SOURCE: Search dot com
A simple video designed to showcase the power of internet marketing tools has been watched more than 40,000 times on YouTube.
London, UK (PRWEB) December 07, 2012
The latest video from Intrnet Marketing Tools has been watched more than 44,000 times in just 4 days. The video was uploaded to YouTube on the first of December and has been averaging more than 10,000 unique hits per day. The video was created to show how even a simple video that can be made quickly and cheaply can be a huge help to internet marketers struggling to get traffic to their websites.
YouTube is one of the most popular sites on the web and receives more than 800 million unique users each month. With an estimated 72 hours of video being uploaded to the site every minute competition for viewers is tough and most newly uploaded videos are lucky to get viewer figures that go beyond triple digits. So how did a relatively simple video such as the one created by Intrnet Marketing Tools manage to get 40,000+ in just 4 days? After all the video is just a series of images and a slightly cheesy tune.
The answer is simple and comes down to the power of just about anything to go viral on the net. Even a short and simple video such as this one that can be made for peanuts has the potential to create a huge buzz and get people talking about the company behind it. Making content that is easy to share and that has the potential to be a viral hit on sites such as YouTube is one of the key concepts that internet marketers need to grasp. While SEO isn’t dead it isn’t the be all and end all that it used to be.
About Intrnet Marketing Tools
Intrnet Marketing Tools is a dedicated YouTube channel created to give internet marketers the tools they need to succeed. It offers unique and powerful internet marketing tools for generating traffic and building links such as Meme Crusher, squeeze page builders, Social Backlink Empire Suite and the Spin Rewriter article spinning software.
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