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Quicks Steps Towards Success In Motor Club of America (MCA) Network Marketing

Network marketing has its fair share of critics out there. In fact, there may be more critics of network marketing than any other type of marketing on the planet. That is because not everyone understands how to become a successful marketer. Read these tips, and ignore the critics out there.

When trying to successfully network market, it is important that provide the original people with substantial award and praise in order for them to spread your name to their friends and coworkers. Such prizes could be "in the now" electronics, money, gift cards etc. If the original person does not get rewarded for references, they are much less likely to help you.

One network marketing tip that everyone should implement in their business is to posture correctly. Understand that you are in control and in charge. You do not want to come off as weak to your prospects so make sure you are posturing correctly, and you will achieve more success in your business.

When you're working as a network marketer, you definitely need to be accountable. If someone thinks the product you sold them is bogus, or if it is bogus, you need to be accountable. Ignoring your responsibility might cause word to spread, resulting in a shrinking network and no profits.

Always follow-up online introductions with a phone call or personal meeting when possible. If you have a prospect you connect with online, they see you as a name in an email or hyperlink on a webpage. An actual conversation personalizes your relationship and humanizes you to them. They're far more likely to do business with someone they view as real.

Once you do understand what it takes to become successful in network marketing, you will instantly realize that all the naysayers out there are just uninformed cynics whose own failed efforts have made them embittered with marketing as a whole. Implement these tips to be successful and start your marketing career. 

One of the things we always try to do in my company is "get them paid". It's a very simple business and so getting people paid within the first 2 weeks is very doable and gives them confidence as well.

I think one of the biggest problems with people's mind set in network marketing is that they think of it like their old job. They put in x amount of time and effort and they will see some money. Instead they need to understand the mindset of treating it like a business and not like a job. If one opens a bakery or a pet grooming shop or whatever, it takes advertising and word of mouth and much more effort to get the customer base and be successful than if one just goes to work at that place and puts in the time and gets a check. People need to understand that network marketing is very much the same. It's more work than a job, but the outcome is much more rewarding (in my opinion) than owning and operating a brick and mortar store.

To your success,
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Surefire Ways to Get More Youtube Views on Your Personal & MCA Motor Club of America Videos

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Early Warning

Before I get started on this let me make one thing perfectly clear, I am not here to show you how to make a high quality video that will get millions of views. If you do not have the ability or personality to create a Youtube video that the audience will respond to positively I can't help you (unless you're willing to pay for the extra years of college and millions of dollars in funding it would take for me to research how to change your genetic structure).
What I am going to do, however, is show you the technical side of Youtube and show you how to get your already good video noticed by the public.

So What Is Under the Hood of Youtube?

A lot. No seriously, A LOT. Under this organized database of videos and social networking lies mountains of cogs and gears. Youtube is not something to be taken lightly or half assed, to master the technical side of it and make it work in your favor you need to master the art of patience and serenity...or at least be patient enough to wait more than five minutes at a time.

The Basic Flow of the Youtube Search Engine

So as we all know Youtube has that little search bar at the top of the page that people use to find the videos they want or at least the category of videos they want. So when someone pops in and types "Music" into the search bar what does it do? Well it pops up a bunch of videos about music obviously, but what happens under the hood?
First thing that Youtube does in this situation is filter, it takes a look at all the video categories in its database and filters out anything that isn't in the Music category. So even if your video has the tag "Music" it won't do anything if your video isn't in that category.
Next thing that Youtube does is...filter again. It takes all videos with the word Music in the title, tags, and description in the music category and pulls them out...then ditches the other videos. So now you're left with videos in the music category with the word music in the title, tag, or description, if your video didn't have this...bye bye.
Third thing that Youtube does is process the video's rankings. "One of these videos has over 10 million views and hundreds of thousands of likes and favorites? Hot damn that's going in slot number 1. Oh these two are tied on views, but this other video has more favorites and likes, well that's going in slot number 2, guess the other one can take number 3. Ah here's another pair of tied videos, but I like this one better cause the word "music" is in the file name and it's in the description a lot, guess I'll give it number 4...". You're probably thinking what the hell I was doing there, well what you just read was the search engine's thinking process put into words. That's what's going through the search engine's mind whilst sorting through all these videos.
Finally, Youtube provides a list after nitpicking through these videos. It probably ditched at least a thousand, no maybe even a hundred thousand, videos that were relevant to the searcher, but since those videos weren't submitted to the right category or didn't have the proper data, they didn't even get a chance. What's worse is that the ones that did have a chance were overshadowed by views, likes, favorites, description, and file name.
With this kind of flow you can see that it's very hard for videos to reach the first page in Youtube's Search Engine, unless you're searching for some sorta obscure niche like "how to raise farm animals in a purple sink" which will probably pull up some very disturbing videos, even with good content. However, hope isn't lost as there are ways for newcomers to break the ice, even if only a little. Youtube hasn't abandoned new users just yet (give it eleven minutes).

The Basic Tools of Youtube Videos

There are a few basic tools that all Youtube channel owners should know by heart. These tools help Youtube uploaders maximize their views, as long as their content is good. These valuable tools are as follows:
  • File Name
  • Group
  • Title
  • Tags
  • Description
If you know how to use these tools efficiently already then you've already set yourself up to have at least 2-3 thousand views on your video. How do I know this?
Please turn your attention to the seemingly irrelevant and rather poor content video to your right. This is one of my videos that has been optimized for Youtube. As you can see, even with very low quality content this video has managed to acquire over 3,000 views. I know that these tools work because I've tested them thoroughly. Unfortunately there are exceptions to these rules (such as if you're working on a series in which case you need the above information to be similar to the last video of the series) or all of my videos would be as successful.

How To Optimize These Tools

So now you know all about the tools, time to make those gears turn in your favor my readers!
The first thing to consider is the video's "file name" or the name it has on your computer (usually saved as video1.avi or vid.wmv). Now you "can" upload it to Youtube as video1.avi and change the title to what you want, but you'd be missing out on a few extra drops of juice. You're competing with millions of videos here, an extra drop of Youtube Search Engine Juice is probably worth giving up your arm for.
Name your file based on what keywords you want the video to be known for. If your video is a review on the video game, Katherine, then name it something like "Katherine-Video-Game-Review.avi" remembering to replace the spaces in your video file name with dashes (search engines love it). Now your video will be ranked better for the terms "Katherine", "Video Game", and "Review", which is exactly what you want.
Next you should focus on your video's "Group". This can be less clear than the other tools but Youtube has various groups that you can submit your video to such as "Gaming", "People & Blogs", and "Society".
When choosing which category or "Group" your video is put in, think carefully what your audience will be searching for. Taking the Katherine example again will your audience be searching for people named Katherine or a blog/vlog about a girl (or very creepy boy) named Katherine? No! They want to know about the game, Katherine. So make sure that your video is submitted to the Gaming category. Otherwise you'll have a very frustrated audience if you have one at all.
Third thing to consider would be the Video's "Title". This is fairly easy to find as it's right there when you upload the video but it's an important aspect nonetheless, but you already know that if you remember how the search engine thinks. Unlike the file name, the Title adds a lot more to your video than just a bit of extra juice. The search engine will always look at your video's title FIRST when considering where on the results page you should go. If your title is relevant or nearly an exact match to the search terms it's almost guaranteed to make the first page (unless there are hundreds out there with the same title).
When giving your video a title you have to consider a lot of things. What will the search engine think and what will your audience think. Just because the search engine is in love with your title doesn't mean that the audience will care, they want to see something eye catching before they click. The best possible thing would be to make your video eye candy for both Youtube Search and Youtube Audience, but since you can probably only have one at a time in love with your video I recommend trying to find a middle ground. Make the title eye catching but also relevant, better to be accepted by both than loved by one.
Fourth thing you should focus on are the "Tags". Now these seem pretty obvious and straight forward (and fairly easy to find, right under the description)...but don't be fooled. Tags are the hidden dagger of Youtube. If your video has hundreds of tags about many different things or have tags of a sexual nature (you know XXX, Porn, Pron, etc.) then you're stabbing yourself up the butt with a large, spiked object that I won't go into detail about so that this hub doesn't get removed. Moral of the graphic analogy: a dozen or so relevant tags are worth more than a hundred or so random ones.
When filling out your tags there are a few things you should include. Make sure that every word of your video's file name and title are in your tags, as it makes the search engine read over your video and note that the tags are relevant to the video. Also make sure that you have spinoff words in your tags. For example, you have the words "Video" and "Games" in your tags...well don't forget to also put "Video Games" in there (in quotes so youtube will treat it as a single tag). Remember to include words in your tags that are similar to your video as well, if you have Xbox in your tags make sure you include Microsoft (or for a better analogy if you have Politicians in your tags make sure you include Dishonest as well). Finally make sure that your first three tags are your most relevant, you'll learn why in a few seconds.
The final thing to consider as far as these basic tools go is the video's "Description". This is supposed to be a summary or main idea of your video where you discuss things, make amendments to parts of it, post links to websites outside of Youtube, etc. Under the hood, however, it's a vital part of your video's rank. When deciding what rank your video is, the cogs and gears of Youtube Search will normally take the first 3-5 tags of your video and compare them to your video's description. If you have a lot of tags then they'll compare more of them to the description. The formula used is very simple, "number of times a certain tag is used divided by the number of total words in the description" in other words the percent of your description that has each of those keywords (otherwise known as Keyword Density). A good number to aim for is about 5% or a maximum of 8%.
So what should you write for your description? Well I'd say you should outline the purpose of your video or what your video is about. Post any special thanks or credits here as well as updates about your video or a short message to your audience if you want. Don't make your description too long or you'll have to spam your tags to keep up a good keyword density. On the other hand don't make it too short or you won't have enough room to fit in your keywords and be able to say what you need to. 400 or 500 words is probably at the maximum you want for your description while 200 words is probably at the lower end of what you want. There are exceptions such as if you're doing a video tutorial and want to put the steps in, but this will take some work to make it count so before you start doing video tutorials make sure you already know how to manage a good density.

Subscribers Explained

So a lot of people will advertise Sub4Sub groups and brag about how many subscribers they have. Many people will rush and set their goal at 20,000 subscribers instead of 200,000 views. So subscribers must be a wonderful thing right? Well...not really.
All it means when you have a lot of subscribers is that a lot of people are able to open youtube and on their home page they'll see your videos in a little update frame. Sometimes they won't even see your videos. Sometimes they subscribed to a dozen or more people and their homepage is flooded with "those" videos, not yours. All having a subscriber means is that your video has a slightly greater chance of being viewed when it first comes out. Not bad but not the best.
This is why sub4sub groups are worthless. If you subscribe to a dietary regimen channel and you run a video game channel are you really going to click on any of their videos? Whether it's on your homepage or not you'll ignore it! All sub4sub does is make it look like you have a few people watching you and even then not as much as you'd think (youtube's new channel records your actual total video views now too). Don't get mixed up in this sub4sub crap. However, if you're able to work it so that you have subscribers but aren't subscribing, "then" it'll look a whole lot better. Not much...but it's better than having 20,000 subs and subscribing to 50,000 people.

The Newcomer's Aide

Yeah it has no official name and a lot of people don't even know that it exists, but it's there. The Newcomer's Aide, or more accurately Youtube's way of letting new videos get a chance at the limelight.
For the first week of your video's upload, Youtube will look very very very very closely at your ranking. Any positive things that occur on your video such as favorites, likes, views, and comments will net your video a huge boost. One view will be worth 4 or 5, a favorite may be worth 2, likes could be worth ten, comments worth 3, etc. etc. etc. But what's even better is that these are permanent. So if your video gets 10 likes in the first week of its upload but never gets another like again, (all other things remaining the same) it will be worth more than another video that got 10 likes after the newcomer's aide period was up. Well this is ignoring a lot of other factors but you get the general idea.
So what should you do? Take advantage of it of course! Make sure that Youtube knows your video's there and is watching it. Within the first week try and have it so that every one of your friends both online and in real life have seen and liked your video (and commented). Have your parents and family watch them as well. Every person counts.

Getting A Cannonball Boost

So now that you've optimized your basic tools let's get into ways to really take advantage of all your resources. Youtube's Under the Hood framework has given you a 7 day window of opportunity to make your video rank incredibly high. So let's take that little boost and turn it into a video cannon. If 1 view will be worth 10, what would 1,000 views be worth?

Social Networking

Okay this one seems obvious but a lot of people don't bother using it. Well USE SOCIAL NETWORKING. You have a facebook, twitter, myspace, foursquared, linkedin, "and" a Blog? What the heck are you waiting for, post it there on the first day of the upload! These things are great to get some initial views and they only get better the more active you are with it. Here are some basic social networking sites to share your video to:
  • Facebook
  • Myspace (it's vintage but it's social)
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • Badoo
  • Friendster (more popular in Asia now)
  • Google+ (meh)
  • QZone (China only)
  • ReverbNation (if you upload music)
  • Windows Live Spaces
  • Blogger
  • Wordpress
Even if you don't have tons of followers, friends, or whatever, there are still people who randomly browse profiles and posts. If you have your youtube channel link in your profile and some of your youtube videos in your post these people may see it. These browsers will often share the videos they like with their own friends, and from then on it's trickle down.

Social Bookmarking

Similar to social networking in dozens of ways, Social Bookmarking is pretty easy to understand. You like a link, you bookmark it, and that link is posted on your profile in said social bookmarking site. Other people also like your link, they also bookmark it, said link is saved to their profile as well. The trickle down effect, you gotta love it. Well here are some good social bookmarking sites to use:
  • Digg
  • Del.icious
  • Reddit
  • Stumbleupon
  • Hi5
  • Pinterest
  • Xanga
  • Faves
  • BonzoBox
Of course the downsides of Social Bookmarking are that if you don't have a lot of followers or friends on these sites nobody will see your link. A good way around this is to get a popular member of the site to view your link and save it on the site. If you don't know anyone then I recommend you read this article:
Getting More Backlinks With Social Monkee
This article will discuss a free tool you can use to get social bookmarking backlinks. Just please make sure you only use the free services. As you probably already know if you read my other hub on building high quality backlinks, I hate paid backlinking websites...


A simple title but an effective one. What kind of impact do comments have on a Youtube video? Well not as much as in normal SEO.
In normal SEO, comments are usually free content updates that you don't have to put time in to get. Comments add new material for the search crawlers to see the next time they take a look at your site, without you having to update or edit your post one tiny bit.
In Youtube SEO the reality is that comments attract attention. They do have some impact on how well you show up in the searches but for the most part what you're trying to get with comments is a lot of attention directed at your video. You see, commentators have subscribers themselves (sometimes). When someone comments on a video their subscribers see it on their home page (sometimes). Yes I know that's a lot of (sometimes) but it's not a bad deal. Comments won't ensure you getting more views from those commentator's subscribers, but it'll raise the chances that a few of them will see your video, drop a comment themselves, and possibly attract more attention.
Also there's a section of Youtube for the "most discussed" videos of the day. If your video gets a lot of comments it could end up there, which equals quite a number of easy views.

Comment Chains

This is a nifty little trick that takes a while to organize and even longer to get right. Here's an example:
  1. You post a video about how hard college exams are
  2. One of your friends comments agreeing with you that college exams are hard
  3. Another friend replies to the friend in step 2, disagreeing with them
  4. Those two argue for a bit
  5. A third friend comes in and joins the argument
  6. This keeps going depending on how many friends you have
  7. Eventually 3rd parties not in your chain will start replying allowing your friends to slowly step out of the loop
What this 7 step process does is generate interest to your video. If people are commenting then their friends and subscribers will see it on their feed. That equals some views. If people feel they're losing an argument on your video then they will try and get their friends to join in, more views. If people feel they're winning an argument on your video they will share it and brag to their friends, more views. So no matter who wins, you win.

The Infamous Black Hat

The techniques I've mentioned above are the ones that are accepted by Youtube, the community, and me. However that doesn't mean other, more cutthroat techniques don't exist. Just like there's something called Black Hat SEO there are also Black Hat Youtube Techniques. These include buying views. In an attempt to prevent you from doing this I'll share with you a few techniques you can use that are borderline but still follow the TOS.

Borderline Techniques

So what are borderline techniques? Well to be completely honest that's actually a misnomer I've given these tricks. There are "view 4 view" websites that advertise your youtube channel or videos in trade for you watching other people's youtube videos or subscribing to their channel. All of these websites do follow the Youtube TOS but to me it still feels like cheating sometimes. For the full review of these sites please go here:
Websites to Get More Youtube Views
Some of these websites are blocked by hubpages so I had to create an external article. I don't like directing people to Google to find websites. Especially not when I'm creating a tutorial. This Squidoo lens outlines and reviews each website I've found and used to get Youtube views as well as the various techniques you can use to make sure you come out on top with them.

A Slightly Helpful Content Tip

No I'm not going to teach you how to make excellent content. I already told you that's impossible! However I will teach you what types of videos are "evergreen", constantly popular and always returned to.
  • Tutorial Videos
  • Music
  • Animated Series (custom or commercial)
  • Comedy Routines
  • Any combination of these
These types of videos are always popular with the Youtube Community. No matter what season it is, what events are occuring, and what wars are going on, people will still want to learn, listen to music, laugh, and watch animations. Oh and they'll want to watch people humiliate themselves, that too...always.

Do You Know of a "View or Subscriber Gain" Website?

If you know of a website that is supposed to help you get free views, subscribers, or comments please post it up. I will test it out and if it's good for anything you'll see it here. If it turns out to be a flop I'll make sure to notify you in the comments.

To your success,
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