Linked Tube Method - $50-$200 Sure Income!

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I would like to share a method that I used and made some money from clickbank. Actually the method is very simple, I picked a niche that pays me $20-$30 per sale. I searched a suitable video to the niche; I took 2 videos which got more than 100000 views.

I did some keyword analysis in http://ads.youtube.com/keyword_tool I collected the best keywords, and made a blogger's blog in the name of keyword. Added title tag and meta tag etc.

Then I head over to linked tube and configure my affiliate link with the selected youtube video. I copied the embedded coding, then went to blog and pasted the codes in the blog posting option; I gave a suitable heading which is taken from selected keyword list.So the blog post link would be blogname/heading.html, I copied and did some social book marks with digg, mixx, delicious etc. I repeated the process for 3-5 products; I could expect at least 2 sales a day with this method. I hope you would be enjoyed with this method.

Try it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Raygun
    Thanks for posting this, although I am not exactly sure about everything you are doing here. I think you might be on to something though, it sounds like you are basically finding a way to capitalize on someone else's video traffic. Props to you for being able to make 2 sales/day.
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    • Profile picture of the author celente
      Originally Posted by Raygun View Post

      Thanks for posting this, although I am not exactly sure about everything you are doing here. I think you might be on to something though, it sounds like you are basically finding a way to capitalize on someone else's video traffic. Props to you for being able to make 2 sales/day.
      No harm in testing this. I am sure it would work well for some niches and not others.....infact, I think it is worth testing just for the heck of it. You might crack onto something that makes you more than 2 sales a day. But again, its all about testing the waters. All this IM stuff is about testing and tweaking.
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  • Profile picture of the author YseUp
    Originally Posted by netbank4all View Post



    Then I head over to linked tube and configure my affiliate link with the selected youtube video. I copied the embedded coding, then went to blog and pasted the codes in the blog posting option;

    Try it.
    Could you explain this part in a different way because I don't quite get it.

    What does 'configure my affiliate link with the selected youtube video' mean?
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  • Profile picture of the author Damz
    Thanks for the heads up..I always love to find methods to dominate Clickbank..
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  • Profile picture of the author sboudr
    For this method, wouldn't you have to get the video owners permission to use their video and link to your own site?
    I remember a similar method someone had posted a while back that had many comments about getting the owners permission first.
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    • Profile picture of the author andi_gt2005
      Originally Posted by sboudr View Post

      For this method, wouldn't you have to get the video owners permission to use their video and link to your own site?
      I remember a similar method someone had posted a while back that had many comments about getting the owners permission first.
      Be sure to submit the rss feed of the page where the video resides to the major rss directories. You could even end up on Google's first page for your keyword.
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    • Profile picture of the author netbank4all
      Normally when we choose a video relating a niche in clickbank, we need not to worry about the owners permission, because we are not going to edit his video and re upload with our affiliate link water mark, in that case we will meet copy right issue, where as we use only his video due to the same product, more over his traffic won't help us.

      Instead of using text ads(adwords destination url) here we use video destination url, that's it. When we promote this video his water mark site name also be promoted. So they won't make issues regarding this. Ok
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      • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
        This LinkedTube looks like a nice tool, but...

        I'm one of those people who believes in looking a gift horse in the mouth. I may still accept the gift horse, but I like to know exactly what I'm getting.

        What does LinkedTube get out of all this? Unless they're just showing off, they must be getting something out of providing a free tool besides a bill for bandwidth...
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        • Profile picture of the author mojojuju
          Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

          What does LinkedTube get out of all this?
          They probably get ad revenue for starters. Notice the Adsense ads on the page. Also they, not unlike Google, are probably collecting a heap of usage statistics from all of the pages that have embedded linked tube videos. YouTube, as you'd imagine benefit the same way.

          Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

          Unless they're just showing off, they must be getting something out of providing a free tool besides a bill for bandwidth...
          I doubt their bandwidth costs are all that outrageous. They're not actually streaming the videos. YouTube is doing that. All LinkedTube is doing is putting their SWF overlay over the video object, leaving most of the bandwidth costs to YouTube. In other words, LinkedTube is not streaming any video.
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            Ty avenue
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    • Profile picture of the author remotedb
      Originally Posted by sboudr View Post

      For this method, wouldn't you have to get the video owners permission to use their video and link to your own site?
      I remember a similar method someone had posted a while back that had many comments about getting the owners permission first.
      No, once you post something on Youtube, you no longer have any rights to it. It becomes Youtube's property. Assuming linktube is in the up and up with youtube it should never be a problem.
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      • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
        Originally Posted by remotedb View Post

        No, once you post something on Youtube, you no longer have any rights to it. It becomes Youtube's property. Assuming linktube is in the up and up with youtube it should never be a problem.
        This is just plain wrong, inaccurate, false. Pick a word, it's bad information.

        Had you actually read YouTube.com's TOS (YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.), you would have seen the following in Section 6, Item C...

        For clarity, you retain all of your ownership rights in your User Submissions. However, by submitting User Submissions to YouTube, you hereby grant YouTube a worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free, sublicenseable and transferable license to use, reproduce, distribute, prepare derivative works of, display, and perform the User Submissions in connection with the YouTube Website and YouTube's (and its successors' and affiliates') business, including without limitation for promoting and redistributing part or all of the YouTube Website (and derivative works thereof) in any media formats and through any media channels. You also hereby grant each user of the YouTube Website a non-exclusive license to access your User Submissions through the Website, and to use, reproduce, distribute, display and perform such User Submissions as permitted through the functionality of the Website and under these Terms of Service. The above licenses granted by you in User Videos terminate within a commercially reasonable time after you remove or delete your User Videos from the YouTube Website. You understand and agree, however, that YouTube may retain, but not display, distribute, or perform, server copies of User Submissions that have been removed or deleted. The above licenses granted by you in User Comments are perpetual and irrevocable.
        Boiled down into plain English, you are granting YouTube broad but very specific rights which you can rescind by removing your videos from the site.

        You also grant specific rights to YouTube users, namely the right to use and display your videos using the mechanism provided by YouTube.

        At no time do you give up ownership of your videos. You are simply granting YouTube, and by extension their users, a license to use the videos as laid out in the TOS...
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        • Profile picture of the author YseUp
          I found this in the TOS:

          you agree not to access User Videos (as defined below) for any reason other than your personal, non-commercial use solely as intended through and permitted by the normal functionality of the Services, and solely for Streaming. "Streaming" means a contemporaneous digital transmission of the material by YouTube via the Internet to a user operated Internet enabled device in such a manner that the data is intended for real-time viewing and not intended to be downloaded (either permanently or temporarily), copied, stored, or redistributed by the user.
          So I guess attaching an affiliate link counts as commercial use.

          to each user of the Website, a worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free, licence to access your User Submissions through the Website, and to use, reproduce, distribute, prepare derivative works of, display and perform such User Submissions to the extent permitted by the functionality of the Website and under these Terms.
          Or would it fall under a derivative work?
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          • Profile picture of the author JustVisiting
            Originally Posted by YseUp View Post

            So I guess attaching an affiliate link counts as commercial use.
            Come on now guys. We all know ONLY GOOGLE can commercialize other peoples content without their explicit permission.
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        • Profile picture of the author remotedb
          Semantics, as long as it's on Youtube, you have no rights to stop it's redistribution. It's the same thing in the end. Yes you can delete it at any time and recover your rights, but it explicitly states that youtube and downloaders have rights to use it. You can do NOTHING to stop them and they certainly don't have to ask for permission. If you look at the original question, it was about whether one has to obtain the original owner's permission to use the Youtube material. Clearly you do not have to.


          Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

          This is just plain wrong, inaccurate, false. Pick a word, it's bad information.

          Had you actually read YouTube.com's TOS (YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.), you would have seen the following in Section 6, Item C...

          Boiled down into plain English, you are granting YouTube broad but very specific rights which you can rescind by removing your videos from the site.

          You also grant specific rights to YouTube users, namely the right to use and display your videos using the mechanism provided by YouTube.

          At no time do you give up ownership of your videos. You are simply granting YouTube, and by extension their users, a license to use the videos as laid out in the TOS...
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          • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
            Originally Posted by remotedb View Post

            Semantics, as long as it's on Youtube, you have no rights to stop it's redistribution. It's the same thing in the end. Yes you can delete it at any time and recover your rights, but it explicitly states that youtube and downloaders have rights to use it. You can do NOTHING to stop them and they certainly don't have to ask for permission. If you look at the original question, it was about whether one has to obtain the original owner's permission to use the Youtube material. Clearly you do not have to.
            It's not just semantics. And it says nothing about users downloading the videos - in fact, it forbids users from downloading videos. The TOS says users have the right to stream videos from their own sites using the mechanism YouTube provides.

            Anyone who downloads videos and alters or displays them using some other mechanism is violating the license.

            I will grant that as long you leave the video live on YT, legitimate users (i.e., holders of active YouTube accounts) do not have to get your explicit permission to stream the video on their pages. Even if those pages link to an affiliate offer.

            As for stopping the usage, all you have to do is pull the video. At that point, YouTube's license ends, and with it the license of every legitimate user. The only stipulation is:

            You understand and agree, however, that YouTube may retain, but not display, distribute, or perform, server copies of User Submissions that have been removed or deleted.
            Face it, you gave out bum information. Granting a license with broad rights is not even close to giving up ownership, which is what you stated.
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            • Profile picture of the author remotedb
              I should have said viewers rather than downloaders, that is actually what I was talking about although any time you view a youtube video it is automatically downloaded by your browser and stored in a temporary file cache. So technically, anyone using youtube is in fact downloading. Depending on the browser you are using, sometimes you can actually find the downloaded file. But again, it's irrelevant and the original point is semantics.

              As long as your video is on Youtube, you can not control it's use whatsoever. To that end you have indeed surrendered control, and thus by extension your copyright until such time as you reassert it by deleting it from Youtube. The result is the same, you can't control it's use or distribution nor can you require permission as was the original question.

              Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

              It's not just semantics. And it says nothing about users downloading the videos - in fact, it forbids users from downloading videos. The TOS says users have the right to stream videos from their own sites using the mechanism YouTube provides.

              Anyone who downloads videos and alters or displays them using some other mechanism is violating the license.

              I will grant that as long you leave the video live on YT, legitimate users (i.e., holders of active YouTube accounts) do not have to get your explicit permission to stream the video on their pages. Even if those pages link to an affiliate offer.

              As for stopping the usage, all you have to do is pull the video. At that point, YouTube's license ends, and with it the license of every legitimate user. The only stipulation is:



              Face it, you gave out bum information. Granting a license with broad rights is not even close to giving up ownership, which is what you stated.
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              • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
                Originally Posted by remotedb View Post

                I should have said viewers rather than downloaders, that is actually what I was talking about although any time you view a youtube video it is automatically downloaded by your browser and stored in a temporary file cache. So technically, anyone using youtube is in fact downloading. Depending on the browser you are using, sometimes you can actually find the downloaded file. But again, it's irrelevant and the original point is semantics.

                As long as your video is on Youtube, you can not control it's use whatsoever. To that end you have indeed surrendered control, and thus by extension your copyright until such time as you reassert it by deleting it from Youtube. The result is the same, you can't control it's use or distribution nor can you require permission as was the original question.
                Viewers/downloaders (as you used it) is a nit-pick, and not worth worrying over. I was talking about deliberate downloaders who pirate the videos to add their own affiliate links, then upload the modified video under their own accounts. Different animals...

                While you may lose some control over where your video appears and who displays it, you never surrender control of your copyright. You always own the material. If you did, in fact, surrender your copyright by posting to YT (or any other site with similar terms), they would have the ability to dictate what you could or could not do with your own videos. As it is, you are giving some pretty broad permissions when you license video to YT, including the right to sub-license, but you never surrender control or ownership of your copyright.

                Now if there were something in those TOS that let YT come back and tell me I couldn't use my video for any purpose I want to as long as it's on their site, we might come closer to agreement.

                For me, the distinction is important.

                The result is the same, you can't control it's use or distribution nor can you require permission as was the original question.
                This I can agree with. When you accept YT's licensing terms, you are sharing the right to control use and distribution of the submitted video for as long as it remains on YT.

                As long as you comply with YT's terms, you do not need the actual owner's permission to use a video submitted to YT.
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      • Profile picture of the author webmaster5
        Originally Posted by remotedb View Post

        No, once you post something on Youtube, you no longer have any rights to it. It becomes Youtube's property. Assuming linktube is in the up and up with youtube it should never be a problem.
        I agree with the first part,


        However there could be exceptions,
        Like they say "Never say Never"

        Especially where trademarks are concerned, since a lot of big brand names are now placing their video ads on you tube.

        Let's say Nike produces a commercial (video) about a person running with their shoes, but only logo they have is on the top.

        I happen to be a small time shoe importer with a not so popular brand and a very small promotional budget. I pick up that video superimpose my link (hiding their logo in the process) and start using that to promote my products.

        Now we are talking about a lawsuit coming.
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    Thanks for this useful tips; especially the links
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  • thanks for the share. seems like something that can be used in a variety of ways.
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    Your tips sound interesting. Thanks a lot.
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  • Profile picture of the author butters
    Ok, may or may not understand this Are you taking other peoples videos and putting your website into them videos, which will then link to your website, using other peoples videos? Am I spot on, a little off or just missed the whole entire thing.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
      Originally Posted by butters View Post

      Ok, may or may not understand this Are you taking other peoples videos and putting your website into them videos, which will then link to your website, using other peoples videos? Am I spot on, a little off or just missed the whole entire thing.
      Yes, you are on.

      If I try to click on that video on his site, normally I would be taken to youtube - but now I am stuck on this guys site.

      I have a feeling this program won't be well received.
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    • Profile picture of the author mojojuju
      Originally Posted by butters View Post

      Ok, may or may not understand this Are you taking other peoples videos and putting your website into them videos, which will then link to your website, using other peoples videos?
      No. The video's are streaming unmodified from YouTube.com. The link overlay happens on the client side, in the web browser.

      Originally Posted by butters View Post

      Am I spot on, a little off or just missed the whole entire thing.
      ... a little off.
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      • Profile picture of the author butters
        Originally Posted by mojojuju View Post

        No. The video's are streaming unmodified from YouTube.com. The link overlay happens on the client side, in the web browser.
        Ok, I understand, kinda sleazy tbh.
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        • Profile picture of the author mojojuju
          Originally Posted by butters View Post

          Ok, I understand, kinda sleazy tbh.
          What do you find sleazy about it?
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          • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
            Originally Posted by mojojuju View Post

            What do you find sleazy about it?
            Here is what is sleezy. I give permission to youtube, and I have permission, but I am not giving you permission to not allow visitors to click on the video and stay on YOUR site.

            You are keeping people from one way they can come to my channel, and you are killing the link to youtube which they are not going to be too happy about.

            Yes, there is my branding and youtubes branding but if someone clicks on the video they should be directed back to youtube who is paying for the streaming.
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            • Profile picture of the author mojojuju
              Originally Posted by avenuegirl View Post

              ...I am not giving you permission...
              ...to not allow visitors to click on the video and stay on YOUR site...
              ...You are keeping people...
              ...you are killing the link...
              Wow. You come across as being a bit accusational in your choice of personal pronouns. Could you tone it down a bit?

              I was simply asking for butters' opinion, not to have the actions of LinkedTube or any of it's users attributed to me.

              For the record, the first time I've heard of LinkedTube was 3 hours ago, and I've never used it for that matter.
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              • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
                Originally Posted by mojojuju View Post

                Wow. You come across as being a bit accusational in your choice of personal pronouns. Could you tone it down a bit?

                I was simply asking for butters' opinion, not to have the actions of LinkedTube or any of it's users attributed to me.

                For the record, the first time I've heard of LinkedTube was 3 hours ago, and I've never used it for that matter.
                "You" is general toward anyone - please don't take it personally.

                I don't have children, but sometimes my videos are like my babies. I created them - if they are ugly or not they are mine. So yes, I would get very upset over other people taking "my children" and doing what they want with them.

                Don't take things too personal here. There are a lot of opinions on this forum.
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          • Profile picture of the author butters
            Originally Posted by mojojuju View Post

            What do you find sleazy about it?
            By doing this, you are taking away potential traffic from the people who puts them videos up. You are profiting for something you haven't even done or put any effort in, it is just sleazy.
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            • Profile picture of the author mojojuju
              Originally Posted by butters View Post

              By doing this, you are taking away potential traffic from the people who puts them videos up. You are profiting for something you haven't even done or put any effort in, it is just sleazy.
              OK, but how would you feel about having the video displayed with a link directly above the player where the background behind the link was the same color as the player so that it would blend in with the player's chrome? And what if the site owner displayed your video using the YouTube API in such a way that the video itself was not clickable (except for the YouTube logo)?

              Like this for example which is slightly modified from this barebones chromeless player code example from the YouTube API code playground
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        • Profile picture of the author Gyroballer
          Just wanted to chime in. After I setup a CPA offer with a link to a downloaded YouTube video, I went to Linked Tube and added my affiliate link to the destination url. At first blush it would seem a good idea to have an embedded link in the video, but it's only a small bubble which overlays the video. So if the visitor to my blog clicks on the video to start it, and then clicks the video again, but misses the bubble, then the user misses the link and is directed to YouTube. I did use 'Click Here' on the bubble, which I have on top always (you have the option to display bubble on hover). Interested to see if it helps or doesn't.
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  • Profile picture of the author netbank4all
    I would like to clarify one thing to every one. You have seen the linked tube site only. But it is purely powered by youtube.com, so youtube knows what are all the ways would be taken by the users and making the video right side link is clicable which cannot be done in youtube.

    Why can't you think this is a fecility provided by youtube with linked tube. Anyway you are going to promote your clickbank niche for a sertain period only. Not life long, as soon as the video is removed by the owner or by youtube, your linked tube video also has nothing inside except the clickable link.

    Use it usefully for quick money making. Thanks for all kinds of comments to my post.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jay Rhome
    I had just found about Linkedtube so searched for further info here at the WF.

    There's no doubt it's sleazy... unless you use the merchant's videos to send traffic to his site as an affiliate, or you use your own videos for example on web 2.0 platforms pointing back to your site, or give it out to YOUR Affiliates and say put your link in them.

    Simply taking someone's else video without permission and putting your link on it is sleazy, even though you're "only" doing on your own sites & blogs.
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  • Profile picture of the author Frank Bruno
    One thing I noticed also is that when you watch a video that you create using linkedtube the Youtube adds still dominate the video on the lower third.

    So essentially the lower add distracts from your link being seen at the top of the video.



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  • Profile picture of the author silichip
    Thanks for the info!
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  • Profile picture of the author onlinebisnes
    video marketing still rules..thanks for the little guide.
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    • Profile picture of the author pappyy3
      Some really interesting points raised on both sides.

      The TOS on youtube state that the videos can be displayed on other sites for "non-commercial" purposes.

      If you are adding an affiliate link - then your intent is clearly to use the videos (Which you don't own or have any rights to) for commercial purposes.

      Unless you receive permission from the owner of the video (including proof of the owners permission) -- You are playing with fire and will be subject to potential legal action.

      If you were using my videos, for this purpose without my permission, I would pursue you to the fullest extent of the law - period

      2 clickbank sales a day are not going to cover your legal costs I'm afraid.

      Whilst this concept really appealing - it is fraught with danger

      IMO - Its quite simple: Get written permission from the owner, or buy / create your own videos ....
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      • Profile picture of the author mprg4433
        Sounds interesting I'll keep it in mind.
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      • Profile picture of the author D37
        Originally Posted by pappyy3 View Post

        Some really interesting points raised on both sides.

        The TOS on youtube state that the videos can be displayed on other sites for "non-commercial" purposes.

        If you are adding an affiliate link - then your intent is clearly to use the videos (Which you don't own or have any rights to) for commercial purposes.

        Unless you receive permission from the owner of the video (including proof of the owners permission) -- You are playing with fire and will be subject to potential legal action.

        If you were using my videos, for this purpose without my permission, I would pursue you to the fullest extent of the law - period

        2 clickbank sales a day are not going to cover your legal costs I'm afraid.

        Whilst this concept really appealing - it is fraught with danger

        IMO - Its quite simple: Get written permission from the owner, or buy / create your own videos ....
        But what if he was using your videos to promote your products, but with his affiliate link? I don't think I would go after someone who is doing that.
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  • Profile picture of the author LadyJuna
    Originally Posted by netbank4all View Post

    I would like to share a method that I used and made some money from clickbank. Actually the method is very simple, I picked a niche that pays me $20-$30 per sale. I searched a suitable video to the niche; I took 2 videos which got more than 100000 views.

    I did some keyword analysis in [ads youtube com/keyword_tool I collected the best keywords, and made a blogger’s blog in the name of keyword. Added title tag and meta tag etc.

    Then I head over to linked tube and configure my affiliate link with the selected youtube video. I copied the embedded coding, then went to blog and pasted the codes in the blog posting option; I gave a suitable heading which is taken from selected keyword list.So the blog post link would be blogname/heading.html, I copied and did some social book marks with digg, mixx, delicious etc. I repeated the process for 3-5 products; I could expect at least 2 sales a day with this method. I hope you would be enjoyed with this method.

    Try it.

    sad, ads-youtube is only available for US users.
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  • Profile picture of the author herrador
    Originally Posted by netbank4all View Post

    I would like to share a method that I used and made some money from clickbank.
    Thanks a lot for sharing this.

    I came across LinkedTube only recently but I don't think I would have thought of this method by myself.

    Like others in this thread I had ethical and legal questions so I checked it out.

    If you go into your YouTube Account Settings/Manage Accounts you have the choice to turn off the ability for people to use this method. Otherwise anyone's video is fair game except for the part about commercial use. At the end of the day, whether you choose to use this method or not is up to the individual.

    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    FROM YOUTUBE Account Settings/Manage Accounts

    Captions and Subtitles
    Allow viewers to automatically generate captions
    x
    In addition to standard user-uploaded caption tracks, users may also request the automatic generation of captions. Changing the default above will change the settings for all your videos. You can also make individual caption tracks public or private on each video’s page.
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    For my part I think I will stick to my own videos to be on the safe side and possibly at a push any videos provided by merchants that I am affiliated to.

    Again, thanks for the information and provoking some debate.
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  • Profile picture of the author marco005
    Hi,

    Im new in video marketing.
    @netbank4all; these destination url you put in youtube, is that a link who is go from a youtube video or your own youtube video to your money site-where yor promote affilliate products????

    What is the ctr of that and conversion rate? Many says these will not work only list building does work well with youtube videos.

    marco005
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