A Simple Tactic on How tо Get More YouTube Views
You’ve just posted your recent YouTube video masterpiece. You’re super excited about how this creation you’ve worked so hard to make is now ready for the world, and you wait in anticipation for legions of people to comment telling you how great your video is….
…Except you don’t get more than a few dozen views.
After three days.
You’ve thrown a party, but nobody is showing up.
That’s depressing, I know. But it’s your own fault; you can’t expect people to know where your video is unless you tell them where to find it.
Getting noticed on YouTube іs pretty easy to do, but you need tо take action to let viewers know the video exists. There are the usual places like Facebook and Twitter, but there are also many websites that accept video submissions for different types of content. If your video is featured on some of them, you’ll attract a huge audience.
Whatever your reason іs fоr posting your videos оn YouTube, оn how tо gеt YouTube views tо successfully gеt subscribers and viewers. Тrу submitting your video to this list of sites below and watch your viewership rise sky high.
This list of sites to submit your YouTube videos to is currently over 90 sites long!
Social bookmarking sites
- http://animeshinbun.com/ – Anime related only
- http://n4g.com/ – Gaming related only
- http://filmwatch.com/ – Movie related only
- http://techspy.com/ – Tech related only
- https://news.ycombinator.com/ – tech related only
Blogs You Can Submit Your Videos To
Blogs are the modern newspapers and magazines, and they can drive a ton of traffic to your videos. It is in the interest of a blog to constantly post new content to keep their readers coming back, and submitting your videos can possibly get them featured on these blogs.
- 9gag.tv video submission form
- http://submit.boingboing.net/ or http://boingboing.net/suggest.html
Traditional News Agencies & TV Shows
Want to get your video featured on the evening news? Try submitting your content to these places.
Where to submit Video RSS and MRSS Feeds
Including your YouTube channel RSS feed in these indexes will help your video rank higher in search engine results.
Where to find your YouTube channel RSS feed? It usually looks like this:
Just replace ‘channelusername‘ with your own channel’s user name and the feed should work!
Here are the sites for submitting RSS feeds:
All of the above sites are perfectly valid places to share your videos. I hope you found this list to be helpful, and if you know of any other sites I should include in this list, please let me know.
By the way: if you’re looking for more information on how to be successful on YouTube, considering purchasing my book.
The Lean Channel: YouTube for Entrepreneurs.
You can order the book off Amazon, as a Kindle eBook or the more traditional print version.