That’s right, folks, all you budding entrepreneurs out there, your business takes off once you’ve done this important task. It’s really no sweat; it takes just a few minutes of your time. Your business isn’t going anywhere while you process your first request and you buy YouTube views. Actually, let’s rephrase this. Your business won’t be going anywhere if you don’t buy the views. Those of you who have already produced your YouTube video may start to agree. Because in the time you’ve had your video up and running on YouTube, it doesn’t seem like anyone has noticed it.
This is even in spite of the fact that you were led to believe that you had really done your homework this time around. We can only use one business example in the short time and space we have with you. What business shall we talk about then? Okay, how about this then? You’re opening up an online pet shop. You’ve decided to keep nope, that won’t do at all. Too many complications and animal welfare issues to consider when you have to factor in the shipping of your goods. How the heck are you going to get your special breed of budgies from your side of town to the other side of the world?
Will the poor creatures even make it that far? Okay, here’s a better example for you then. You’re an arts and crafts hobby horse. You’ve been making your own embroidery sets for quite some time and you have been selling the odd bits and batches around the neighborhood. You haven’t charged an exorbitant price; you’re just so nice to your neighbors. But now you’re thinking it’s time to get serious about your stay at home business. There’s this talent and potential that you need to showcase on the World Wide Web.
You’ve been clever enough to target your marketing and advertising material to your local search engine, but YouTube is a far broader network. It goes to all corners of the world. This sounds pretty good for expanding your business because there’s no logistical issues regarding the shipping of your non-perishable goods once those orders start coming through. But there’s the thing, they haven’t. Why is this happening, you wonder. You figured this out because even in your neck of the woods, there’s at least another couple of dozen talented embroidery artists displaying their wares.
Even after tweaking the use of your keywords for the purposes of alerting internet users with a special interest in your arts and crafts, you’re still not getting anywhere. And this is where your YouTube views come in. After you have bought the views, your marketing and advertising video is already being viewed. And without any math needed to explain this, the more YouTube views you buy, the more viewers you have. And the more viewers you have, the better the prospects that someone will finally express real interest in your work.