Hours of Content: 2
In this course you will learn to increase sales and conversion rates with video. The course goes over 5 different video formats and explains when to use each of them, when they are most effective, and the pros and cons of each video format.
The second part of the course focuses on getting free and paid promotional strategies for your videos in YouTube. This will help you increase view count.
The combination of scaling view count and high converting video formats will help you generate more revenue, open up new revenue streams for your business, and fuel your business growth.
I am sure you have been hearing all about how video is so effective at sales. Yet when most people try to promote something with video they have a hard time with it because they don't understand the strategies.
This is why you should get familiar with the video formats in this course. So go ahead and sign up for the course, and let's start working on increasing your sales starting today.
What kinds of businesses be promoted with the strategies in this YouTube and video sales course?
With the strategies in this YouTube and video sales course, you can promote a wide variety of businesses. Some of the kinds of businesses you can promote are a restaurant, coffee shop, barbershop, nightclub, local event, business selling t-shirts, most kinds of stores ranging from boutiques to grocery stores to jewelry shops, animal care or grooming, lawn care or landscaping businesses, moving businesses, gym, frozen yogurt or ice cream shop, a deli, liquor store or a sandwich shop, a beauty salon or a hair salon, a spa, a daycare business, a hardware store, commercial cleaning or residential cleaning, car wash, general contractor business, dog walking or pet sitting, martial arts studio, or a dance studio.
Here is a list of potential online businesses you can promote using the strategies in this YouTube and video sales course: blogging, affiliate marketing, elearning, creating a channel on YouTube, becoming an author and selling books on Amazon, or becoming a freelancer.
Who is the target audience?
- Small business owners