How do you drive traffic from YouTube back to your website?
Do you have a client with a successful YouTube channel? Do they have lots of subscribers to their channel, but hardly any traffic from it back to their website?
Or maybe you have a successful YouTube channel, but you can’t figure out how get viewers across to your website.
Now, we’ve spoken about optimizing YouTube videos for SEO before. But once you get the traffic flowing to your channel, how do you then nudge them across to your website?
YouTube is difficult to work with. By difficult, I mean it’s like the cantankerous old man in your workplace… he’s a gold mine of valuable knowledge, but sometimes you wonder if the result’s worth the effort.
At first glance, there’s no easy way to drive traffic from YouTube. However, a few tweaks will make a difference.
We’ll take a look at three ways to bridge the gap. Let’s assume it’s your YouTube channel for the purposes of this post.
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