YouTube offers a free and convenient video platform, for anyone to use. What a great opportunity for the frugal online marketer, right?
There are certain uses for YouTube, but it also comes with substantial risk. In fact, there are some kinds of videos that absolutely don’t belong on YouTube, under any circumstances and if you run an online business, you need to know about this.
Read on to learn about the risks of using YouTube and discover exactly what kinds of videos do and don’t belong on YouTube.
Once again, it’s time to spread some link-love! I haven’t been browsing the Internets quite as often as usual, lately (sorry, I’m really letting the brotherhood of procrastinators down…), so I there haven’t been any LLFs for a while. But today, I can once again present you with a nice collection of really awesome marketing stuff.
Here are today’s links:
Well, by now it’s clear that LLF won’t be a weekly feature. I simply don’t find enough “worthy” posts and/or don’t spend enough time browsing the online marketing related Interwebs, to come up with enough material.
Be that as it may, I will still gather useful posts and resources and post them up on a Friday once I’ve found several.
Without further ado, here’s today’s collection:
Ok, I actually wanted to do a link-roundup every Friday, but I’ve not been terribly consistent with this. Sometimes I just don’t find enough interesting stuff during the week to warrant a post, but more often, I’m just too caught up in a ton of other stuff and kind of forget about the LLF…
But I haven’t given up yet, so here’s another installment of Link Love Friday:
Every Friday, I list all of the best sites, articles, and cool stuff I found online about online marketing. The emphasis here is on quality over quantity, so you might not find a ton of links, but their all worth following.
See this weeks selection after the break.
Okay, this video is mostly for your amusement. After having stated in one of my videos, that “robots are stupid” and suggesting you should stay away from automatic spinning software, I thought I should back this up with an example.
I found a free trial of an automatic spinner and entered two example sentences:
Article spinning robots can really screw up your texts.
I suggest you always do article spinning manually or at least supervise the automatic spinning process.
See the video below to find out what the (word-replacing) tool made of these sentences:
So, the spun text ended up being:
Article moving bots can truly propeller up your texts. My persuasion is to e’er do article spinning manually or at littlest observe the semiautomatic moving touch.I particularly like the “e’er”. Very contemporary. Remember that this was a completely random variation, by the way. I didn’t try several times to find the silliest version, or anything like that. I don’t mean to bash article spinners in general. I haven’t tested any of the paid ones extensively and I can’t judge whether they are all useless. As I said: This video is partially for amusement purposes. If you want real, valuable information, check out my videos on article spinning. There’s also an overview of all my videos here.