Your video is created, optimized for VSEO, and all ready to go, so what do you do now? The next step is to distribute your video online for the masses to watch. YouTube is the primary video hosting website online, but there are other video hosting options for you. This guarantees your video working as your online sales agent all the time. Here are some tips to follow for distributing your video for VSEO.
Distributing your video means uploading your video to multiple video hosting sites starting at YouTube and exploring other options after that. YouTube gets the most video traffic and since it’s owned by Google, it’s a helpful site to boost your VSEO for your website as well.
When your video is posted on various hosting sites you get the advantage of having your video be in multiple places at once and establishing a strong internet presence with it. If a possible customer continuously sees your video content on many video hosting sites they will be more likely to consider your product.
Location and Volume
Before distributing your video, you should remember back to when you did your keyword research and look into where your customers are looking for your products and services. Make sure you get your videos working in the locations where your customers frequent the most.
By following these techniques, you can increase the volume of your videos on the web, but you can also get your videos to be found by customers easily through search engines. There’s always a chance that your customers may be searching for a slightly different keyword string than you initially thought for your video. Through the evaluation stage, this can allow you to fine tune the keywords for the video you’ve released so that it shows up in more searches. This will help boost your VSEO and increase your search engine ranking. This helps you avoid creating a new video for a similar set of keywords.
Deploying for VSEO
By following the leads you get from various video content posted online, you can make subtle changes per video deployment to get the target audience that you want. If you’re able to monitor your videos’ click-throughs closely, you can have different landing pages to your site so you can track the number of visits from each video.
If there’s a chance that a video’s keywords are way off the mark, you can re-submit the video with a new set of keywords. You can do this if you’re having trouble focusing your keywords. This multiple deployment method can allow you to fine-tune your keywords but you have to use optimization text that relates to the content of your video. “Fishing” tactics (using multiple keywords to try and illicit a response) is considered spamming and may cause your videos to be taken down and your account to disappear permanently.
If you follow these methods for VSEO distribution of your videos then you will have no problem generating traffic for your website and increasing exposure of your products and services.