YouTube Traffic, Amazon Sales (Part 3 of 3)

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YouTube traffic, Amazon sales (Part 3 of 3)

The third step in this system is all about generating free traffic. If you didn’t get the second step, you can find it here.

Generating Free Traffic

There are many ways to get traffic from both Amazon and YouTube
that we’ll cover in detail tomorrow.  We’ll also show you several
automation tools you can use to gain an unfair advantage.

The good news is, you can get a lot of free traffic from them just
by properly optimizing your posting. And once you get an initial
spike in traffic and sales, it creates a snowball effect because
both Amazon and YouTube have algorithms heavily based on popularity.

So here are 3 little-known tips to optimize your YouTube to Amazon
campaign:

1) Include an article with keywords in your video description.
Google places a high priority on ranking YouTube videos and it
adds all the content on your video page to it’s index. By having a
full article with related keywords blended in naturally into the
description, you have a good chance of your video being relevant
for those keywords.

All things equal, a page with 500 words of content should rank
better than a page with 100 words, right?  Same thing applies to
YouTube video pages.

2) Take advantage of the Amazon Kindle Select program.
Amazon books that have a lot of downloads and reviews tend to rank
better in their marketplace than books with no activity.

So one thing you can do to get an initial pop in activity is to
make your ebook available for free for a short period using through
the Kindle Select program. Lots of freebie seekers will download it.

Then you can switch it to a paid listing and you’ll have that
initial activity boosting your rankings in Amazon’s marketplace.

3) Spinning your videos
YouTube’s system checks for duplicate videos by examining the
content, the audio/music, and the video length.  If you can edit
the same video to alter two of those three criteria, you can upload
the same altered video many times for different titles and keywords.

Spinning your video this way gets you more traffic without going
through the trouble of creating additional videos.

Tomorrow we’re going to show you these tips in action and you’ll
discover how to automate the grunt work and boost your results.

This is going to be good. Make sure you’re on live with us – get
your sign-on link at:

http://rondouglas.com/blog/go/azonytworkshop/

Talk soon,

Ron

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