How To Build Sick Server Crashing Traffic In No Time With YouTube

First let me assure you that the method I am about to show you will never get saturated. The reason why is because 72 hours of video get uploaded to YouTube every minute. I’ve learned this strategy from another internet marketer, Paul Lynch. I also added my own twist to it as a result of my own experiences.

On that note let me show you exactly how this method works. First thing you need to do is to go on YouTube and type in the search box keywords for any niche you prefer.

For the purpose of this demonstration let’s just type in the keyword “weight loss”. At this moment there are 1,430,000 results showing videos in the weight loss niche.

What you need to do next is search through all the videos and look for those that don’t have any links in their description. Once you find a video with no links in the description, you should check out the view count and the statistics of that video.

Every video shows you how many times it has been viewed. To check out the statistics of that video look for the “Statistics” link below the video. Click on the link and see if the number of views is rising or descending. We want to focus on those videos where the number of views is rising.

Also in order to make this method work, the number of view count should be at least in the hundred thousand’s if not millions. We want to focus on videos that get a good amount of daily traffic but have no links in the description.

Once we find a video that matches our criteria we try to contact the owner of that video. To do that we click on the video owner’s user name and then from his user name drop down box we select “Send Message”.

Next we write a short private message to the owner of that YouTube channel. Now there are 2 types of messages you can send to video owners.

1. Send them a message asking them to add a link in their description in return for some cash. Here’s a simple message template you can send:

Subject line 1: Important
Subject line 2: Business proposal

Body:
“Hello [person’s name],
I really enjoyed your video ““. It was really entertaining/thought provoking/funny/educational.

My name is [your name here] and I’m an Internet Marketer.
I noticed that you don’t have a link in the description of your video and I was wondering if you would place a link in there to one of my sites in return for some cash?

This is literally 30 seconds work for you and I will send you the money instantly via Paypal once done. Look forward to hearing from you.

[Your Name]”

If the video owner replies showing interest then you negotiate with him how much money will you pay to have him add your link to his video description. I never tried this method but I heard a guy paid a video owner only $20 to have his link in the description for a whole year. And that video was very popular, with millions of views.

Now it’s up to you where do you want to send the visitors who click on the link in the description. If you have your own products in that niche, then you can send them to your products.

If not you can send them to your affiliate offers, CPA offers, etc. There are tons of ways to monetize the traffic. You should always try to pick offers that have a high conversion rate.

If the results you get are awesome you can always try to buy the whole video channel from the owner.

2. The second way of using this method is my own twist to the first one. Send them a message where you’re asking them to promote your product as an affiliate. This can work only for those who have a product and an affiliate program for that product in place.

I think this way is equally fair to the parties involved. You as a product owner get more customers and the video owner gets his fair share of revenue. He worked hard to get the video ranked and he’s entitled to get proper rewards for his awesome skills. And if your product converts well, the video owner will be more likely tempted to add your link to other current videos and any other videos he might create in the future.

Here’s the message you should send for this scenario:

Subject line: JV proposal

Body:
“Hello [person’s name]
I really enjoyed your video ““. It was really entertaining/thought provoking/funny/educational.

My name is [your name here] and I’m an Internet Marketer.

I noticed that you don’t have a link in the description of your video and I was wondering if you would place a link in there to one of my products in return for [this much] commission for each sale generated through this link?

All you have to do is sign up to my affiliate program and I will approve you and pay you [this much] commission instantly for each sale generated through your affiliate link.

This is literally 30 seconds work for you and the commissions will be sent to your Paypal instantly (here it will vary depending on how you set up your commission payments).

Look forward to hearing from you.

[Your Name].”

I actually applied this method trying to recruit affiliates for my traffic generation WSO. The results are encouraging so far. After sending about 5 private messages to video owners, one of them replied, signed up to my affiliate program and added his affiliate link to his video description the very same day I sent him the message.

On top of that, he added the link to 10 more other videos that target the audience interested in traffic generation. I also showed him how to add an annotation to his videos urging people to check out the description for more traffic generation tips.

These methods could drive you lots of traffic to your offers if you’re willing to put in the work. If you have a little bit of money I suggest you to outsource the whole process to test it out. I will keep on trying to recruit more affiliates to my courses using this method.

If you want to learn more ways of driving traffic to your sites please check out my WSO:

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