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Create Clickable Links In YouTube Videos

by DiTesco

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More Income Opportunity Using Video Marketing

Videos are without any doubt, an excellent form of promotional tool. YouTube, which needs no introduction, is probably one website I visit almost everyday. Whether you create your own, embed other interesting videos inside your post, share them as “Featured Video” on your website, etc., wouldn’t it be nice if you can add links and sharing options to YouTube videos?

With LinkedTube, you can transform any YouTube video into a potential viral marketing tool. Unlike other YouTube players, you can for example, create links directly back to your URL, create video product listings linking directly to your landing pages, create links back to your website or blog, and yes, insert your affiliate links too. In addition to this, when others share your video, they can all link back to your own URL (if you used this option). It is so easy to use and it requires no technical knowledge whatsoever. The possibilities are countless and all you need to have is one good imagination.

Here is a video explaining what LinkedTube is about and how to use it. There is no sound, but I guess it is self explanatory. Note the button that says web hosting on the top right hand side of the video. I have shamelessly inserted an affiliate link of mine in there so you can have an idea of how powerful this tool can be. Hover over it and see what it says. If you are really curious, go ahead and click on it:)

What do you think? Is this tool going to be useful to you? What else do you think that this tool can be useful for? Share your ideas with us.

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+DiTesco is a Business and Inbound Marketing Consultant, and founder of iBlogzone.com. iBlogzone's main objective is to help startups and small business owners achieve success in their online ventures. | More About Me and my Consulting Services.

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Mike Brooks

September 27, 2010 at 9:45 pm

Great advice! I’m going to put this into action right away as I do a lot of videos. Recently made a goal to do 1 video every day for the next two months.

One piece of advice I can share that I see a lot of folks miss is to have a clear call to action in your video and in the video description. Make sure the first line of the video description is full url.

In the video and description, tell them what to do. Tell them ‘What’s in it for them’ when they do click your link.

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