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Stealing Traffic From The Giants V1 Mrr Ebook

Stealing Traffic From The Giants V1 Mrr Ebook
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No matter what your goal is on YouTube – whether you just want to use it as a way to pass the time on a boring work day or if you want to turn the popular video sharing website into a gold mine of potential links, you will have to learn how to use focused keywords at some time or another.

While everyone has used the search feature at some time or another while browsing around on YouTube, Google, or Yahoo, very few people know what it means to master the art of focused keywords. If you want your YouTube experience to run smoothly, then you need to become such a master.

As a simple user of YouTube, you have a much easier time learning how to master the art of focused keywords because your business’s success is not dependant on your skill at utilizing keywords. You should start off by simply searching for words that match something you are interested in.

Gradually you should begin to narrow that search down by using keywords that are more and more specific until you have narrowed your search down to only videos that you know are exactly what you want. This is how to use focused keywords as a YouTube viewer.

If you want to be a content submitter for YouTube though, you must be able to master keyword focusing for your own articles if you want to make a name for yourself on the video sharing site. You have to be able to choose three or four keywords that can describe your video to the masses without narrowing the focus to the point that your video will never be discovered.

For this reason you need to think long and hard about what keywords you choose and ultimately you should decide on two highly focused keywords, one less focused keyword and a totally general keyword for your submission in order to garner the most traffic.