How To Do YouTube Camgirl Marketing

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Webcam Model Marketing On YouTube

YouTube is the second most searched website, right below Google. Because YouTube is a Google product, their videos are also more likely to appear within the search results and on the video results. Even though YouTube doesn’t allow for nudity and adult content, that doesn’t mean it can’t be used for marketing. Go to YouTube and search “striptease” or “camgirl” and you’ll see videos with a couple hundred-thousand views. That’s great publicity, and by linking to your web properties you can make money off the traffic.

 

How Sexual Can YouTube Videos Be Without Getting Banned?

Google does have guidelines and restrictions on their content. As long as there is no nudity, you’re fine, but be sure to “age restrict” the content. Here is YouTube’s guidelines on nudity and adult content:

If a video is intended to be sexually provocative, it is less likely to be acceptable for YouTube.

What is and isn’t allowed

Sexually explicit content like pornography is not allowed. Videos containing fetish content will be removed or age-restricted depending on the severity of the act in question. In most cases, violent, graphic, or humiliating fetishes are not allowed to be shown on YouTube.

A video that contains nudity or other sexual content may be allowed if the primary purpose is educational, documentary, scientific, or artistic, and it isn’t gratuitously graphic. For example, a documentary on breast cancer would be appropriate, but posting clips out of context from the same documentary might not be. Remember that providing context in the title and description will help us and your viewers determine the primary purpose of the video.

Age-restricted content

In cases where videos do not cross the line, but still contain sexual content, we may apply an age-restriction so that only viewers over a certain age can view the content.

Videos containing nudity or dramatized sexual conduct may be age-restricted when the context is appropriately educational, documentary, scientific or artistic. Videos featuring individuals in minimal or revealing clothing may also be age-restricted if they’re intended to be sexually provocative, but don’t show explicit content.

 

Non-Nude Stripteases Are Completely Legit

Dress up in something sexy and show off your body without getting naked. You’re still going to have to flag your content as age restriction, but it won’t get banned or removed. Do a sexy dance and show off your body. Be sure to watermark your video content with your website name so people know where to find you.

 

“Camgirl Confessions” Are Fairly Popular On YouTube

You see a lot of models talking about their experiences as camgirls. There are a couple of these videos embedded on this site, under the blog. These videos are fairly popular on YouTube. It seems to be people more curious about webcam model careers than anything else, but it might actually draw traffic and customers. Since it’s “non-sexual” content, YouTube will be a little bit more accepting of it.

 

Create A Channel Under Your Adult Alias

Remember, this is all about branding, and you’re trying to brand yourself as an adult entertainer. After you’ve created your adult alias, that’s the name all your channels, social medias and everything else should be under. Eventually you’ll want people Googling your name and looking for you personally. Make sure to include links to your Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, website and other social networks on your profile. Upload a sexy cover image and profile avatar.

 

YouTube SEO – How To Get Your Content Ranked Higher

There’s no use in uploading videos if they don’t get watched and they don’t drive traffic and customers. YouTube has a number of signals used to rank videos. Knowing what’s relevant and optimizing your channel and videos will help you rank higher in YouTube and Google Search.

tags – YouTube relies highly on tags. Max out the number of tags on every video. If you can’t think of anymore keywords, use actual search phrases as tags.

Title – The title is very important. Make the title short enough so the words at the end aren’t cut off by “…..”, that just looks tacky. YouTube looks at the keywords in the title to help determine what the video is about. Make the title keyword rich, but also make sure it reads good and is a clickable title.

Description – Make sure to have a good description with plenty of keywords and search phrases. The bigger the description, the better. Make sure it also reads well. Include links to your social networks and website. I wouldn’t link directly to the cam network, but a model website should be legit enough, as long as it doesn’t look like a hardcore porn site. Be careful, as YouTube could remove content for linking to adult content. Just be conservative about it and if they take down a video for it, you know not to link to that web presence anymore.

Instead of linking to your webpage, try verbally telling the viewers “For more, go to my website at www……” or telling them to Google your name. (Why SEO is so important!)

Video Views and Likes – Number of views and likes are used to determine the videos rankings. Not only does the number of views have an impact, but the engagement (how long they viewed the video) is a ranking factor to.

Channel Followers – How many followers you have helps determine how well your videos rank. Over time, as you grow a following, you should naturally get more followers and your videos should start performing better. Followers are also more likely to like and share your content, which is another ranking signal.

Video Shares and Embeds – YouTube looks at the number of shares and places where the video has been embedded as a ranking signal.

Playlists Containing Video – YouTube looks at all the various playlists that contain your video. YouTube will look at the keywords in the playlist title and description. YouTube will also look at the content of the videos in the playlist to help determine what the playlist is about and rank it accordingly as well.

Channel Keywords – YouTube will look at all the content on the channel (uploads, description, ect) to help better determine what the channel is about. This will help the channel rank higher (channels appear in search, too) and will help all the videos rank higher for what the channel is all about.

Regular Publishing – YouTube likes publishers that produce content regularly. More active content producers will naturally rank higher. In addition, steady publishing = more videos, which means more traffic and more recognition.

 

Driving Traffic From YouTube Videos

Having a big following and large number of views is great, but that doesn’t really do you anything if it doesn’t get you any traffic. Here are some tips to get the most out of your YouTube marketing.

Publish Under Stage-Name – I’ve already mentioned this once, but it’s worth mentioning again. This is all about branding. Have the videos under a channel for your adult performer alias. This helps build recognition. Remember, you want people Googling you and searching for you.

Watermark Your Videos – You want to watermark them with your website name. Not your chatroom URL or webcam network. The reason is, you might someday switch networks. By having the traffic go to the website and not the cam network, you can always direct them to your current webcam network. Best of all, you can refer them through your affiliate link and make some extra money.

Verbal Call To Action – Tell the video viewers that they can find more sexy content on your website. Verbal call to actions are great for engaging with the viewers. Let them know you’re a performer so they know they can interact with you on camera.

Links In Description – Be careful with this! YouTube might ban for linking to adult content! For this reason, I’d suggest linking to either your website or other social networks. If a video gets deleted for linking to your website, you know it’s too sexual and not to link there anymore. At least you’ve got the watermark if the links won’t work.

Channel Links – Link to your website and your social media accounts. This will drive traffic and hopefully followers over other social networks.

Tell YouTube Viewers To Subscribe To Your Channel – Annotations, verbal call to actions, call to actions in the description, ect. Get the YouTube viewers to subscribe to your channel for more content. Remember, subscribers are also a video ranking signal and this will help the performance of all your videos.

Interact With Commenters – Be sure to interact with the commenters. These are your potential fans and regulars.

Share On Google+ – YouTube and Google+ are both Google products and highly integrated. Your Google+ share and any comments from Google+ will appear on YouTube, creating more interaction on the YouTube video as well. This will also increase your Google+ following, which is a very effective marketing channel. All your YouTube videos should automatically appear on the Google+ page as well.