Tila Tequila Crazy: New ‘Energy Balls’ Video Puts Amanda Bynes On Notice

I am not particularly great at being in front of the camera (video camera, to be more precise). I am Russian, so I have an obvious accent. I am terrible at memorization or improvisation.

The moral of the sad story is this: Do not be surprised if YouTube does not register every single person that stops by your video’s page. There are so many different web browsers, user types, incoming link types, mobile phones, computers, etc., that there’s no way to register every single one. This is why having a subscriber base of YouTube followers will increase the amount of views your new videos will register. Those people all have youtube views accounts and are more likely to register views, where people viewing on an optimized page might not.

This all sounds good, but what about keywords. Keywords are important, but what’s more important is to understand why. In the case of a local plumber they might want to perform well in the search engines as a local plumber. If a Plumber creates high quality content talking about the plumbing jobs done in the local area, or creates a post on the company blog about the services they can do in the local area, guess what, keyword targeting done.

Be aware of numbers behind marketing via video. YouTube sees 2 million videos uploaded everyday, 4 million videos auto-played everyday, but for the last 14 months, the house page of YouTube.com has been out of stock.

So how do we get to be like Siobhan? How can we overcome the stereotype that is reinforced when we go to a doctor’s office, when we go to the mall, or when we shop at the grocery store? I suggest you expose yourself to natural birth. Watch home birth videos on buy youtube views. Watch some of the excellent movies that have come out recently like “Business of Being Born,” “Pregnant in America” and “Orgasmic Birth.” These visual images will help recreate your own image of birth.

Last year, a Virginia judge ruled the opposite in a case where Deputy Sheriff Daniel Ray Carter of Hampton, Virginia “liked” the page of “Jim Adams for Hampton Sheriff.” Carter’s boss, Sheriff B.J. Roberts, saw this, and then when Roberts won the election against Adams, Carter was fired. Carter claimed it was the Facebook “like” that led to his termination. He sued, but the judge determined that a “like” is not protected free speech.

There you go, every one of these reasons should convince you of the importance of optimizing any social network marketing funnels you are building right now as quickly as possible. And all of them should have you rushing towards setting up and beefing up your stake in the social network marketing game.