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You Tube - Are You Making The Most Of It?
|Date: 22nd May 2012||Location: Gosport Business Centre, Frater Lane, PO13 0FQ||Time: 10am - 1pm|
YouTube - 7 billion views a day world wide, 30 million people in the UK go there every month and it’s a site owned by Google
As a business owner, are you taking advantage of YouTube?
If you are not, you are missing out because YouTube is powerful for TWO reasons.
First, it is a resource which is used by people to search for answers. Yes, you can see many videos of cute cats and fireworks where they shouldn’t be however it is also a resource to find stuff. In fact so many people search on it, that it is often described as the second biggest search engine.
However, this is not the main reason why you should consider YouTube. The real reason why YouTube is so important is because of “who” owns it: Google.
This means that if you do your research properly and ‘announce’ your video in the right way, you can dominate a search term and be on the first page of Google within hours.
What would getting to the top of Google do for your business?
To discover how you can achieve these results with video come along to the “DIY Video Marketing” half day workshop sponsored by Southern Entrepreneurs:
In this workshop you will be shown
- What to look for when buying a video camera
- The basics of lighting, audio and acoustics to make your DIY Video look good
- The research you need to do before creating your video
- How to formulate and script your video
- Uploading it to YouTube
- How to best announce your video to Google
Training is available to Gosport businesses at the low price of £35 plus vat per head unless stated otherwise. Gosport Borough Council have sponsored these events to support their local businesses.
SPECIAL OFFER - recommend someone to come on a training course and when they book YOU receive a voucher allowing you a FREE place on the next training course you book with us.
Where applicable course costs will be invoiced. Fee waivered on cancellation provided at least 7 days notice has been received prior to the date of training.