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February 19, 2012

YouTube: 17 Useful Marketing Channels That You Should Bookmark – A SPN Exclusive Article

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If you enjoy learning new marketing strategies via video, the following are 17 useful marketing channels that you should definitely bookmark:

1. Web Marketing Today’s Channel

Web Marketing Today’s®, Dr. Ralph Wilson is considered by many to be the “grandfather of Internet Marketing” and is widely recognized as one of the world’s leading authorities on web marketing and e-commerce. Web Marketing Today’s® channel features outstanding video tutorials, as well as interviews with industry experts.

2. Fabienne Fredrickson’s Channel

Fabienne Fredrickson, founder of ClientAttraction.com. Channel is geared toward women
entrepreneurs who are interested in growing their small business and attracting more high-paying clients. But be forewarned ladies… This is “where women entrepreneurs play a bigger game!”

3. Joel Comm’s Channel

Online for over 20 years, Joel Comm has been teaching people how to make money in the digital age. The recognized authority on Google AdSense, Joel teaches people how to multiply their AdSense income. On Joel’s channel, you’ll find all kinds of videos. The Joel Comm Show, his media appearances, product reviews, iPhone apps, it’s all there.

4. Jack Humphrey’s Channel

Jack Humphrey is a self-described Internet marketing consultant, blogger, podcaster, entrepreneur, and social media freak. He’s also the author of the most widely-downloaded and respected book on link building called “Power Linking.” So he clearly knows his stuff.

5. SEO Copywriting’s Channel

Heather Lloyd-Martin, founder of SuccessWorks is considered the pioneer of SEO copywriting. She’s also one of the world’s foremost SEO copywriting teachers, and that’s exactly what her channel does better than anything else… teach you about SEO copywriting.

6. 2 Create A Website’s Channel

Lisa Irby, founder of 2CreateAWebsite.com’s channel is for beginner webmasters and bloggers who need help with basic Photoshop tasks, WordPress, using various web tools and programs (FTP, etc.), writing HTML and CSS code, web design, etc.

7. Social Marketing TV’s Channel

Video marketing experts Pam & Steve Brossman’s channel takes the mystery out of social marketing and serves it up in easy to understand bite-sized nuggets.

8. Pinterest’s Channel

While not technically a marketing channel per se, Pinterest does have strong retail and social marketing potential if used the right way. In case you aren’t familiar with Pinterest, it’s a virtual bulletin board that allows you to organize and share beautiful things you find on the web. For example, people use the virtual bulletin boards to plan their weddings, decorate their homes, and organize their favorite recipes. You can also browse bulletin boards created by other people. Currently, Pinterest is only open to invited users. You can request an invite at Pinterest.com.

9. Junta 42’s Channel

Joe Pulizzi’s Junta42 is a content marketing and custom publishing resource center and social bookmarking site. Junta 42’s Channel teaches you how to attract and grow customers through the use of content.

10. SEOBooks’s Channel

Aaron Wall’s SEOBook‘ is the number 1 SEO training program on the planet. SEOBook’s techniques & strategies are not based on abstract theory, but rather, years of hard work & education. SEOBook’s channel features a wealth of valuable information not found anywhere else on the Internet.

11. Four Blogger’s Channel

Fourblogger’s channel is the best place to find Thesis customization tutorials. They feature two premium Thesis resources. One is a free Thesis theme guide which has many PHP & CSS codes directly to apply in your blog and tweak it. The second one is a Thesis Designer Guide to learn Thesis Theme fast and become a Thesis design expert. Or you can easily design your site using Thesis Skins.

12. Mashable’s Channel

If you’re familiar with Mashable’s extremely popular blog, you know that it features a variety of high-quality information in the industries of technology, social media, entertainment and business. Mashable’s channel is an outstanding video extension of its blog – including interviews of well-known techies.

13. Affiliate Starting Line’s Channel

AffiliateStartingLine’s Claude Pelanne channel specializes in affiliate marketing for beginners. The channel has lots of basic information to help you get you started, including Search engine optimization, WordPress, YouTube marketing as well as affiliate marketing tools.

14. The Google Channel

If you’re going to promote your products and/or services on the planet’s top search engine, you’d better damn well understand how it works. The more you can learn about how to use Google and all of its innovative products to your advantage, the greater advantage you will have over your competitors.

15. ReelSEO’s Channel

ReelSEO.com describes itself as “The Online Video Marketing Guide — The world’s go-to destination for the growing interactive video community and the leading resource for news, research, analysis, tips and trends for the online video and internet marketing industries.” I think that sums up what REELSEO is all about nicely.

16. Top Rank Result’s Channel

TopRank Online Marketing, Lee Odden’s Internet Marketing channel is dedicated to interviews conducted by TopRank Online Marketing with digital marketing professionals on topics ranging from Content Marketing to SEO to Social Media to Online Public Relations.

17. Stacia Hopkin’s Channel

Stacia Hopkin’s Video Marketing For Beginners channel provides the most cutting-edge video tips and tricks that will allow you to take your business to the next level, including video tutorials on how to best utilize video on YouTube, WordPress and Google.

Conclusion

There are, of course, many, many more outstanding YouTube Marketing Channels that I could list, but the one’s listed above are the one’s I consider the most useful to my readers at this particular point and time. I’ve tried to include something for everyone’s taste and interest. Hopefully, I’ve succeeded in that regard.

That being said, as you know, things change quickly on the Internet. So as I discover more interesting and useful new marketing channels, I’ll add them to my favorites file and write a sequel to this article with a brand new list.

Stay tuned.


David Jackson is a marketing consultant and the owner of Free-Marketing-Tips-Blog.com – Powerful, free marketing tips to help grow your business! free-marketing-tips-blog.com

10 Responses to “YouTube: 17 Useful Marketing Channels That You Should Bookmark – A SPN Exclusive Article

    avatar Rob Osborne says:

    Looking forward to browsing these channels – sounds like there are lots of useful things for me to learn there.

    A lot of good stuff. I’ve tried to include something for everyone.

    avatar Andy says:

    A great resource – and (as far as I know) the first of its kind. Great Info – thanks. It really puts YouTube in the Marketing framework. Thanks again.
    Andy.

    avatar emily says:

    This is great! Can’t wait to check some of these sites out. :)

    Andy, you’re quite welcome. Emily, I had a lot of fun compiling this list of amazing marketing resources. :)

    avatar Jes says:

    David, thanks a lot for this great information from which we can all learn more about internet marketing.

    David,

    Thank you so much for including the SEO Copywriting channel in your roundup! I appreciate the shout-out! :)

    Heather, it was my pleasure. Thank you for providing such a useful resource. Jes, I’m glad you found the information useful.

    Thank you for your valuable feedback everyone! :)

    Thanks David so much for mentioning us and I’m glad you find our stuff of value ;-) I subscribed to the other channels so thanks for bringing those to my attention as well.

    avatar Felipe Bazon says:

    I wasn’t aware that many of these channels existed. Now I know what I’ll be doing during the Easter Break.

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