“Are Cheap YouTube Views Better Than Free YouTube Traffic?” Is Covered In Today’s Digital Marketer Newsletter

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The Digital Marketer newsletter today asks and answers the question “Are Cheap YouTube Views Better Than Free YouTube Traffic?”

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Having good quality views, comments, and subscribers can help a video move up and rank higher, so consider cheap YouTube views as part of a video marketing strategy, just investigate the company thoroughly before paying for anything.

The question “Are Cheap YouTube Views Better Than Free YouTube Traffic?” is covered today in the Digital Marketer newsletter, because people are wondering if they can get cheap YouTube views, or if they should just use free YouTube traffic. Free YouTube traffic is obviously best, however, there are ways to get cheap YouTube views, the newsletter adds. Just do a quick Google search for the keywords “cheap YouTube views” to find a multitude of choices to buy traffic for YouTube videos, advises today’s Digital Marketer newsletter.

There are some things to be aware of when deciding to buy some cheap YouTube views to supplement free YouTube traffic, warns the Digital Marketer newsletter today. The first thing people should understand, is that the traffic is very seldom interested in their offer, the newsletter reveals, because typically since it is paid traffic the people are just clicking on the video for some sort of incentive. This will increase YouTube views to videos, but it will probably not bring any conversions or sales, explains the Digital Marketer newsletter today, because cash is king, so if these views are not bringing in any sales, what are they really worth?

Having good quality views, comments, and subscribers can help a video move up and rank higher, so consider cheap YouTube views as part of a video marketing strategy, just investigate the company thoroughly before paying for anything, warns the current Digital Marketer newsletter. Do a Google search with the website name and company name with the words review and scam added to their name, advises today’s Digital Marketer newsletter. For example type “http://www.XXXXX.com scam” and “http://www.XXXXX.com review” into the Google search bar to see what other people have experienced with the company, explains the Digital Marketer newsletter today.

When searching around make sure and receive human traffic, not robot YouTube views, the Digital Marketer newsletter explains, because there is no way a robot will purchase anything. At least if the video is receiving human views there is the possibility of some of them having interest in the offer, or sharing it with their family and friends.

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