Why buy YouTube views?
Why buy YouTube views in the first place?
It’s a good point, you certainly don’t have to.
In fact in many cases you don’t even need to!
Whatever the case may be, the reality is paid YouTube views are here to stay, so let’s discuss the pros and cons of buying YouTube views, who buys them and why they do so …
Buying YouTube views is here to stay
There is no way to stop people from exposing their video to large social media audiences who are interested in videos and new experiences.
It is also fair to argue that paid YouTube views are no different from TV or radio advertising – you pay for exposure, you get exposure, more people become aware of your message, material or mission.
Hey presto, you’re out there!
Moreover, people deserve the right to broadcast themselves and their passions or endeavours to a wider audience without paying exorbitant prices like those charged by mainstream media.
The only way that paid YouTube views will cease to exist is if social media ceases to exist, and if social media ceases to exist then YouTube won’t exist either!
Why do people want to buy YouTube views?
So why buy YouTube views?
1. Perceived popularity
It’s a (sad) fact that in some industries, projecting an image of success is a large ingredient that makes up success itself.
Artists especially, can often find themselves caught in a “catch-22” situation; you need to be popular to get lots of views, but the only way to get popular is by getting lots of views!
It’s logical if you have made a good quality video of strong creative standing, then boosting the audience size and the view count of that video will inspire more people to watch it who normally wouldn’t click on it at all.
In a number of different industries, appearing more popular is one of the main things that makes you more popular.
Take an honest look at most TV stars … if you had the choice of never seeing them ever again you would probably switch them off!
It’s only because they are broadcast to you regularly that you keep watching them, grow to like them, and in time really come to know and appreciate them.
Certainly they need to be at least somewhat relevant and entertaining, but in reality they’re not necessarily the “best of the best”, they’re just the “most seen of the seen”.
You need to get in people’s faces so they can process what you’re trying to say.
Enough views and celebrity effects like the ‘mere exposure effect’ and the ‘recency principle’ will kick in – people generally like what they see most often.
2. Search engine optmisation
The algorithms (robot calculators) that Google and YouTube are controlled by, will promote a popular video high up in the search results based on the number of views, the number of different devices the video is viewed on from different locations around the world, and the average amount of time each viewer has continued watching the video.
Once the algorithms detect that a video is being viewed by lots of people, it categorises that video in line with the keywords in its Title, Description, Video Tags and even the Audio Script, and lists that video in comparison to other reasonably popular videos in the same category.
So, as you can see, if you don’t optimise your video with some strong/relevant keywords then the algorithms won’t be able to decide on what it is.
And if you make the video too long, too boring or too difficult to understand, then the viewers will close the video too early and the algorithms will decide that it’s not a video worth watching.
3. Set targets or KPIs
Your organisation, or you personally, may have a target for how many people your video should or must be exposed to.
Key Performance Indicators need to be met, and for good reason. If the production is not viewed by enough people then as a general rule it cannot succeed to do its job.
The fact is, in the vast ocean of YouTube videos, sometimes a video will get lost in the mix, unfairly denied the exposure to a wider audience because of a number of factors out of your control.
So many videos are entertaining, interesting, and do nothing wrong at all whatsoever, and they don’t get views.
Boosting a video with some paid seeding forces it in front of an audience, allows a target metric to be achieved, then the additional views that come naturally can be assessed – the video has its chance to shine.
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Share your reasons for buying YouTube views, or your reasons for not buying YouTube views, and what your thoughts are on it all, we welcome any and all respectful discussion …
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When it comes to buying YouTube views, sometimes you need to just fake it til you make it especially with music. You do need that boost, however, at the same time make an effort to get organic views first. If it is not coming quick enough which is very likely unless you have a huge network to begin with, then you will need some help.
You’ve got it Miriam.
We liken it to the quiet old lady in the corner at the school fete who’s trying to sell her award-winning lemonade.
If she gets the word out there by initially paying for an announcement over the loudspeaker it will be well worth it once enough people are aware that her lemonade stand exists!
As they say time waits for no one, and with 100 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every minute there’s too much competition out there for us to sit around wondering! 🙂
The worst thing you can do is buy views right after releasing a video on YouTube. Go organic first. If it needs a spike then that is the time to do it. So don’t buy views unless you must.
Hey I just got 100K views as well as 300+ likes! Thanks as you are the real deal.
I buy youtube views because it helps to boost the ranking of a video. Actually buying youtube views are good starter to make your video more visible from the public by then, you’ll get authentic views and get high percentage of conversion. I have a friend who run a site where he sells cheap youtube views http://hipviews.com
Buying YouTube views IS recommended as long as you know that the seller is the real deal, and delivers high quality and genuine views for your videos. It is absolutely essential for helping your videos rank high in search engines.
It is crucial to read up on reviews about sellers who sell YouTube video views. If there is anything hinting that the seller sells fake clicks, run.
I agree what has been said already. Only buy authentic views if you really must. Make an effort to get views organically first, and then getting the boost is ok. But when you are ready for buying some, just know that these guys rock!
Meh.. going out and buying YouTube views right away is taking the easy way out. Go and put your effort in first, then get some good quality views after to help it along.
Buy YT views if you’re a noob.
I am glad there are legit sellers who sell real YouTube views because unless you are a star, it is impossible to get tonnes of views at first anyway. No one has the time to do it organically except for a company that provides that service.
this also is great way to increase your online reputation …
views are like poos, nobody looks at them much, too many at once really stinks, and they just don’t matter in the grand scheme of things.
Brilliant Tracy brilliant! 🙂
Just ordered for the first time,,,,, here goes! will be back here real soon slating u guys if it doesnt work!
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