So, YouTube is trying to cull out spam videos. One way they’re identifying spam videos is by how new the account is and how quickly videos get uploaded.
As a ClickBank marketer, you absolutely need to be marketing on YouTube, but a lot of ClickBank marketers cull videos from other people, the vendors, or hammer out text based videos with still photos and upload as many of them as they possibly can.
I understand the logic. More is better.
But it’s not. Don’t do it.
If you’re brand new account goes from 0 vids to 376 videos in one month (I’ve personally seen marketers do this) you’re going to find your YouTube channel sandboxed… You are going to get very little traffic.
Upload a video and wait a week. Go for another and so on and so forth. And, it’s never a good idea to use a vendor’s video, even if they provide them on their affiliate tools page. YouTube is going after duplicate video content. Also, don’t take other people’s videos and rebrand. You might end up getting hit with a copyright violation and getting your YouTube account banned. It’s also just bad form.
I’m going to continue to blog about YouTube in the coming weeks and how ClickBank marketers can be more successful. Stay tuned.