It is wondered at this time whether any concrete explanation is necessary in explaining the phenomenal concept of social media ‘likes’. Because at this point in time, most readers here already have at least one preferred social media account on the go. A majority of readers have, up to now, been using their social media accounts for mainly social purposes. You keep in touch with your distant family and you network with friends you have never even met before.
Because it’s quite hard to make the friends the conventional way these days. Everybody is just so busy. They have to work long and hard hours just to make ends meet. Some folks have become so desperate, that they’ve even been prepared to buy friends, conventionally and online. They do this by saying or displaying naughty or outrageous things. They become the centre of attraction, and everyone, looking for a bit of humor or amusement in their lives, seems to like that. And then they ‘like’ your silly post.
But when you’re promoting your startup online for the first time, it’s an entirely different ball game. No jokes, or fun and games, if you please. About the closest you will come to fun and games is purely through promotional strategies. It is pleasing to see so many new online visitors on YouTube trying their hand at business. But it’s a little disheartening to read how so many YouTube users are still struggling. We feel this pain because commercial promotion online is a harsh mistress indeed.
There are a number of reasons for this. We will be skipping these because we want you to get started with your new business. We want to start reading comments about how well things went with your first clients. We wish to skin the cat in a few YouTube ways. We’re staying with the YouTube platform because this really is one of the best online media spaces to promote your business. Things only really start to happen when you too skin the cat. No less than four different but related ways.
You’ve already got your YouTube video up and running, that’s number one. Next on your list, it’s now a shopping list, is buying YouTube views. After you’ve done that, you go right on and buy YouTube likes. You’re starting to feel good about this because you’re thinking people are going to like your video presentation. Aye that they are. And wouldn’t it be great if you could start reading what they have to say about your business or selling proposal. Wouldn’t it be nice if new visitors can start reading all those rave reviews on how well you serviced your first clients?
To answer this question, you’ll need to buy YouTube comments as well. All the comments recorded under your YouTube video will inherently be positive. You already know how the ‘likes’ tool works, so we’ll not be explaining this further.