Hello and welcome to my new post all about using YouTube for affiliate marketing. And the good news is that you don’t need to do any filming and you don’t need to have any subscribers. Mind you, if you have subscribers, that won’t hurt, but you don’t need them. So, here’s how to make $147 a day using YouTube Marketing with no filming or subscribers required.
Using YouTube Marketing with No Filming
Okay, this is going to be a step-by-step type of article. It’s not complicated what I’m going to tell you. If you follow the steps, you will succeed. You don’t need to make this any more than it is. So, just follow the steps.
Step 1: Finding Videos
The first step is to find videos we can use. This is a simple step but it does have an important ingredient that you mustn’t skip or you could get into real trouble.
First search for whatever you want to promote. So, if you’re promoting ClickBank, search ‘make money with ClickBank’. If you want to promote something like Instagram, do a similar search. Don’t think too much about this. Remember, this ain’t rocket surgery.
Now, here’s the important step. If you look at the image above, you will see some search results for ClickBank. Notice, that there is a filter at the top, just above the first video. Click on that and you see lots of options. The only one we’re interested in is ‘Creative Commons’.
Creative Commons is a way to, how can I put this, ‘steal’ other people’s videos. Of course, it’s not stealing because Creative Commons allows us to use these videos. Now, remember, you must click this option because if a video is not Creative Commons and you use it, then that really is stealing.
Step 2: Downloading Videos
Downloading YouTube videos used to be easy but when Google bought YouTube, that gave them the power to stop people using extensions to download YouTube videos. But don’t worry, it’s not hard to find the software you need, especially as I’m going to give you the link to 4K Video Downloader.
If you have a look at the image above, you can see the dashboard of 4K Video Downloader. All you need to do is copy the YouTube link and click on the button circled in red. That should automatically bring up the download box and you can decide on the quality of the video and where to put it.
Step 3: Using Tags
The next thing you need to do is grab the tags for the video so make sure you don’t close the page of the video you downloaded. To get the tags, you’ll need an extension called VidIQ. If you already have it, great. If you don’t, follow this link. There’s a free and paid version; you only need the free one at the moment.
Look at the image above and you can see my VidIQ in action. The little paperclip that is circled in red (I like red) is what you need to click to save all the tags. Open up a notepad file and save the tags. You’ll need to copy and paste them in a few different places.
Step 4: Altering the Video File
Right, we’re now going to play with the video a bit. Don’t panic if you’re a bit new to this; it’s not that difficult. First, right-click on the file, click properties and click on the ‘details’ tab. Now put in the new name of the video. You can’t use the original name obviously. Put the same name in the subtitle.
Now, click the 5 stars. To be honest, I’m not sure if that makes any difference but what the hell. Click the 5 stars anyway.
Below the 5 stars, there are two more boxes – tags and comments. Put the tags you saved in the notepad in the tags box and put the same tags in the comment box. Again, not sure if that makes any difference, but for one second of work, why not do it?
Step 5: Video Description
As you know, there is a description box on YouTube which you need to fill up with information. There are two ways you cand go about this; one is time-consuming and one is easy, neither is difficult.
Write Your Own Description
This is the time-consuming one. Listen to the YouTube video and makes some notes on what’s being said. Write a summary of your notes. You will paste these into the description box later. Don’t spend too much time on this; you’re not writing a new Harry Potter book.
Copy Someone Else’s Work
Head over to Quora and put something relevant in the search box: ‘How to make money from ClickBank’, for example. Spend a minute or two looking for something that reads quite well. Now, copy the text and paste it in a notepad file. We’ll use this later as well. If this method bothers you, which it might, then use the one above.
Step 6: Uploading the Video
Right, we are finally ready to put it this YouTube Marketing with No Filming together. Head over to YouTube and click on the little video camera in the top right. When the next page comes up, select ‘unlisted’ (see below) for your video and then upload it.
While it’s processing, you can concentrate on the description box. Here’s how to do this:
1. Title of video
2. Link to product
4. Link to product
5. Link to blog
Follow that for each video you do. Again, don’t think too much about this. You don’t want to spend a lot of time on this.
Step 7: Other Stuff
We have done all the important stuff but you need to remember to do a couple of things. Paste the tags into the ‘Tag Box’, create a playlist, and double-check that the video will be unlisted. This is because you don’t want to put a video on YouTube with no views. Finally, share your video wherever you can.
Wrapping It All Up
And there we have it. YouTube Marketing with No Filming is not complicated. Just follow the instructions above and do it on a regular basis. This isn’t a get-rich-quick scheme. You may need to spend a month or two to see results. Just keep doing it and you should see success.
If you enjoyed this YouTube Marketing with No Filming training, leave a comment. And if you think I’ve left anything out, please feel free to add that below too. Thanks and speak again soon.