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After you’ve created your video, your work hasn’t quite ended. YouTube is an excellent tool for video distribution, but you still need to guide your audience to the video. It isn’t overly difficult but it does take some forethought, planning, and a bit of experience.Like anything else, the more video promotion you do, the better you become.
You’ll start to see what kinds of titles and tags work best, what types of videos to do, and what interests your audience.
Let’s state the obvious: the world has changed, especially for independent musicians.Music consumers aren’t moving away from the idea of music “ownership” outright (a huge part of the global music market still prefers to buy CDs, after all), but legal alternatives to ownership (ummm… streaming!) have dramatically changed the way listeners engage with music in the first place.
Convenience and cost are a big part of that shift, of course; Spotify gives you access to an enormous catalog of tunes, anywhere you go, for the price of two cups of coffee per month. But sharability is also a huge factor in our changing habits. When you listened to a song on terrestrial radio, or on a listening station at a record store, or even on a CD — it took some effort to share that experience. (Well, you’d at least have to type out a tweet and search around online to find a good link to share that music with your friends).
And that’s where YouTube has really succeeded. Not only is YouTube THE most popular online tool for music discovery, but amongst the younger demographic (18-) it’s also become THE preferred platform for listening to music. I have to assume that the user-friendly social aspect of YouTube (pretty seamless integration with Facebook, Twitter, blogs, etc.) is a big part of that — in addition to convenience (smartphone apps) and cost (free). Oh, and then there’s that whole VIDEO thing, too.
Benefits To Artists :-
As an artist — absolutely — you should have a website, and write good songs, and practice, and play gigs, and do interviews, and run smart PR campaigns, and have worldwide music distribution (w/ CD Baby, if I have any say in the matter). But when you combine a great song with great visuals, you’re greatly magnifying your greatness, which is great for your career. ;-)…
… and THAT’s why YouTube can be the most powerful tool you have to promote your music career. Think of artists like OK Go, Gotye, Walk Off the Earth, Justin Bieber, Karmin, and Pamplemoose. None of these artists’ careers would have gone nearly as far without YouTube.
And the social aspects of YouTube’s functionality (easy sharing and embedding, views counter, comments section, etc.) means that music fans can now play a more active and immediate role in recommending music to other listeners. So YouTube is even taking on some of the responsibilities that traditional print media once played.
Benefits To Businesses :-
YouTube being the world’s largest video sharing website, gives businesses an opportunity to promote their product through video marketing and gain business leads. YouTube has over 1.5 billion users which means that almost ⅓ of all the people on the internet are using YouTube every year.
According to research by HubSpot, 59% of customers prefer watching video instead of reading text about the product or service. Using YouTube marketing services gives your business a great chance to target the huge audience base to market product/services by video marketing.
It is said that products are made in the factory but brands are made in the mind of consumers. Video advertising is the best way to imprint the brand image in the minds of your customers.
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