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For you YouTube marketers, besides going the SEO organic route, what is the best paid traffic you can buy for a YouTube video marketed around a Clickbank product in a specific niche?

I do well with organic traffic but I am wondering what would be a good paid route to gain more traffic and more sales?
#traffic #youtube
  • Profile picture of the author franamico
    There a few out there but none of them has ever helped me increased my conversion and/or sales. I now use fiverr to find people who can run do that for very little money
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  • Profile picture of the author eClicker
    Check to see if there are any longtail keywords or if there are any related keywords you could also rank for the product. You may also try solo ads to a squeeze featuring the video on the thank you page. Forum marketing in the niche just my .02
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    • Profile picture of the author jorgesil
      Firstly, make sure you've got some decent keywords in your title.

      Then get some fiverr gigs, namely views (paid) and backlinks.

      The paid fiverr views won't get you any money, but they will create a lot of social proof.

      if you've got your tags loaded to the gills, your video will appear alongside plenty of others. If you've got 10K plus views, a LOT more people will click on it than if you've only got a few hundred views.

      That's not exactly what you asked, but it may help.
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      • Profile picture of the author humbledmarket
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        Originally Posted by jorgesil View Post

        Firstly, make sure you've got some decent keywords in your title.

        Then get some fiverr gigs, namely views (paid) and backlinks.

        The paid fiverr views won't get you any money, but they will create a lot of social proof.

        if you've got your tags loaded to the gills, your video will appear alongside plenty of others. If you've got 10K plus views, a LOT more people will click on it than if you've only got a few hundred views.

        That's not exactly what you asked, but it may help.
        Paid fiverr views mostly come from bots (which can hurt instead of help) or from video exchange sites. Indeed these are good for social proof (and also good to get the ball rolling; generally a video with more views will also be picking on more REAL reviews from related videos for some reason)

        Although as OP asked for paid sources, you might want to consider traditional PPC or PPV. Perhaps use youtube video ads? (People there are already interested and primed to watch videos)

        or
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    • Profile picture of the author pintara3
      Get a gig on fiver for someone to promote your youtube videos using
      traffic geyser. Give them 3 or 4 longtail keyword phrases and you will end up with around 500 links bak to your youtube video which obvioulsy has a link back to your main page in the resource box. There a re some good gigs there for this and you get fairly good quality links.
      Cheers
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  • Profile picture of the author humbledmarket
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    other video sites like daily motion. You want to be able to target via niche interest but also find the right audience which is why these video sites would be ideal
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  • Profile picture of the author kkll78
    What I can say to you is. Figure out what clickbank product you are going after first. Then go find sites that are in your niche to advertise with. There is a lot of cheap advertising, you just have to do some searching. Also, I have seen people have some success with facebook advertising depending on which niche you are in.
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  • Profile picture of the author guyd
    Hi guys

    One of my niche channels has around 1.5 Million views and after pickling apart and figuring out which videos were the most popular and why and where all the traffic is coming from the answer was pretty blatant.

    Most of the videos get a SHED load of traffic from 'Related Videos' on Youtube. Yea it aint paid for but free is better hey!

    So I rinsed and repeat and et voila - keeps happening across all my channels now.

    It aint hard either if you look at your stats you can figure out how to improve the chances of showing up on other popular videos. Its pretty simple when you spot it

    Good luck
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    • Profile picture of the author gohicks
      Originally Posted by guyd View Post

      Hi guys

      One of my niche channels has around 1.5 Million views and after pickling apart and figuring out which videos were the most popular and why and where all the traffic is coming from the answer was pretty blatant.

      Most of the videos get a SHED load of traffic from 'Related Videos' on Youtube. Yea it aint paid for but free is better hey!

      So I rinsed and repeat and et voila - keeps happening across all my channels now.

      It aint hard either if you look at your stats you can figure out how to improve the chances of showing up on other popular videos. Its pretty simple when you spot it

      Good luck
      Thanks for the YouTube tip, already starting to try this and will see how I get on.
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