Here’s The Secret To Getting More YouTube Views And Traffic For Free

I took this “YouTube Views” training video straight from my Tube Traffic Secrets (TTS) private membership site and training program.

It’ll show you how to avoid the single biggest mistake I see when it comes to getting more YouTube views for free.

Here’s a hint:

YouTube’s algorithm actually depends on you using more keywords in your video description. The more secondary keyword phrases you use the better.

And I’m not just talking about getting free traffic and views from YouTube’s search engine.

Another major source of free views for your YouTube videos can come from their “Related and Recommended Videos” feature, and that is also heavily influenced by the number of keywords you use in your description as well.

I also reveal the best place to put your “Call To Action” links in your YouTube description to help increase both your “watch time”, and help build your list.

So if you are looking for way to increase your youtube views plus get more free traffic from both YouTube and Google then you really should watch this video.

 Learn More About My Tube Traffic Secrets Private Membership Site And Training Program – Click Here

Download the PDF slides from the video – Right Click Here



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18 Responses to “Here’s The Secret To Getting More YouTube Views And Traffic For Free”

  1. carolm 11. Feb, 2013 at 9:52 pm #

    Hi Jeff! I just watched this video and I’m impressed.

    Today, my research/learning curve is to study other people’s email campaigns, and your email promoting this video popped up in my Inbox.

    I made notes about this video as I watched it:

    Length: 21mins.

    Tells life story? No = good
    Endorsements? No = good
    Chatty? No = good
    Slow? No = good

    Content rich? Yes
    Full of fluff? No
    Gets on with it? Yes
    Useful info? Yes – excellent
    Good slides? Yes – excellent
    Clear communication? Yes
    Delivery style? Business like and yet friendly = good
    Sales pitches? No = good
    Flogging something? No = good
    Only the last 30 secs was his own branding.

    Conclusion? This guy is GOOD!

    And….lots of people will find this information extremely helpful. Nice!

    5 Stars!

    • Jeff Johnson 11. Feb, 2013 at 11:25 pm #

      Thanks, glad you enjoyed it 🙂

  2. Matt 12. Feb, 2013 at 12:26 am #

    Thanks for the great video.Just uploaded a video yesterday and am #2 on page 1 Google.I will have to go back and check all my keywords,description,ect.

    Where are the cheat sheets mentioned in the video.I see the download link for the slides under the video.
    Keep up the great information.

    • Jeff Johnson 12. Feb, 2013 at 8:21 am #

      There’s a link to the cheat sheets inside the slides PDF below. Enjoy!

  3. Roland 12. Feb, 2013 at 4:00 am #

    Hi Jeff. Carolm is right. there are a lot of good ideas for the video. What the presentation concerns i agree also. the only point is – i am swiss and i maybe be a bit fast talking but otherwise just good.

    also 5 stars

  4. Howard 12. Feb, 2013 at 4:56 pm #

    Hi Jeffrey, Thanks for the great tips & advice!

    Do you have any special membership offers to join the under training lab?

    Also, off- topic but, how did you stop the embedded YT player showing other random videos when the video ended?

    Big Luvs

    • Jeff Johnson 12. Feb, 2013 at 5:26 pm #

      Currently non of my training programs are accepting new students but I’ll be sure to send out a notice when one of them reopens. Thanks for your interest!

      As for stopping the related videos from playing at the end of a vide…. Youtube gives you that option when you generate the embed code.

  5. Chuck 13. Feb, 2013 at 9:10 pm #

    I just found you through Ryan Diess. I am extremely impressed. You present “The Necessary” very effectively.

    If I have a set of 5-10 videos all revolving around the same topic of
    MLM, Network marketers and affiliate marketers using internet lead
    generation techniques – can I copy the same Description into each
    video??? If not recommended, how much change do I have to make?


    • Jeff Johnson 15. Feb, 2013 at 10:05 am #

      Thanks! I would change them completely with one exception, your primary call to action can be the same if that CTA is only a small percentage of your overall description.

      So if your CTA is 2 sentences long and the rest of your description is 20 or 30 sentences you should be fine.

  6. Catherine Pooler 16. Feb, 2013 at 10:10 am #

    I purchased this program in December, and Jeff, it kicks serious bootie! WOW. Jam packed with fabulous content…and way more content than I ever thought would be in the class.
    Very impressed.
    I got derailed with the holidays, then travel and sickness. I’ve been working through finishing up the class over the past couple of weeks and it’s like drinking from a fire hose.
    How long do I have access to the class?

    • Jeff Johnson 16. Feb, 2013 at 9:15 pm #

      Thanks for the feedback, glad you are enjoying the tube traffic secrets so much 🙂

      If you contact our help desk they should be able to tell you when your membership ends. But don’t forget… you have the ability to download the entire course so you’ll have a copy to review whenever you’d like.

  7. John 16. Feb, 2013 at 1:22 pm #


    Thank you so much for the rich free content you provide. You are a wonderful example of how to build ongoing relationships of trust and credibility.

    Anyone watching your videos walks away confident in the depth of your knowledge, your ability to offer easy to understand / implement training, and the generosity / value of your offerings. I can’t wait to dive into your full product offerings.

    You are THE BEST source of information I have found on the subject of traffic generation and list building and are now officially my ‘go to guy’ for all related training and efforts.

    This weekend, we are in ‘lock down mode’ – creating websites and driving traffic to them (starting from just about ‘scratch!’). We need to produce another $5,000 (minimum!) before the end of the month to meet project needs and keep the family happy. We also want to lay the groundwork for the support of an important and cause.

    The primary area of focus is a heartwarming but odd project I have been drawn to: The Merrilltown Cemetery.

    Picture a church struggling to take care of an historic cemetery from 1850 and suffering membership and fiscal challenges. The cemetery was a burden and drain on volunteer time. The church also had no related expertise and was deeply concerned about potentially breaking some rule or another.

    In looking at things a little differently, I have discovered ‘The Answer is in the Cemetery’ (a phrase that literally ‘came to me’ as I looked out at the place in the moonlight. There is over $1 million in revenue available in the grounds as they stand, adjacent land for growth, incredible stories to be told AND a brand to be built – a powerful ‘Message from Merrilltown’ (another phrase ‘delivered’ while on the grounds).

    After decades of business building experience, I have already assembled an expert team and have come to believe that we are developing an exciting model of Stewardship that will serve communities, faith based organizations (many of whom are challenged), and the families of historic cemeteries (many going to waste and ruin) across the country – All this at a time when more and more well intended cemeteries are going to be needed since we have an aging population and an industry that includes commercial interests that may have moved away from the heart of their service.

    Our list readers, list members, subscribers will be treated to a growing array of information about one of the most important life events impacting their family – information that is true, honest, and from the heart. They will get the insiders perspective of an industry that does not always treat families well at a very vulnerable time. We will pull back the shroud (curtain), and talk about death and dying in new ways – enabling people to be better prepared, to celebrate the lives of those they love AND better able to LIVE their own life.

    We have formed the Merrilltown Cemetery Association and scheduled our first annual heritage day (we have FREE access to a meeting facility that seats 500 and a growing team of expert support). This weekend we are planning to:
    – Establish a simple but compelling web presence (including a website, some social media, video content, and a crowd funding page) that will allow us to promote our event, allow people to donate to the cause, and begin the promotion of information related to the ‘Message from Merrilltown’ (the cemetery is the remnant of a once proud town built by a Texas Ranger – one of the first guardians of the city of Austin).
    – Use Jeff Johnson tools and information to begin the flow of traffic to these sites.

    This coming week, we will keep tweaking / building the websites AND dive into Jeff Johnson traffic tools!

    Our near term need is an urgent little challenge (positive pressure), our passion is strong, the impact we can have on the quality of people’s lives is great!

    NOW the challenge this weekend is FOCUS – on the simple steps needed to make this all work (always a bit of a challenge to newbies looking to learn AND do at the same time).

    Any thoughts or suggestions you or your team may have to keep us on track (most effective starting points?!) and moving efficiently / effectively through the weekend would be GREATLY appreciated.

    Thanks again for all you do. Through you and your tools we feel we have found the missing element (it is great to build wonderful projects BUT they mean little without a flow of qualified TRAFFIC!)

    Best Regards,

    AHA! – Jeff I was just hit with an odd thought: We do not have much $$ (just yet) but are very willing to share. If you have a potential team member or friend that might be right for us to get the ball rolling FAST, we would LOVE to work with them. (we punch out content and prepare events, they drive the traffic! We ‘build it’. They help ’em’ come.

    Partnering is GOOD!

    • Jeff Johnson 17. Feb, 2013 at 8:24 am #

      Thanks for the great feedback and the generous offer but we have more great opportunities right now then we can handle so I’ll have to pass on the partnership offer.

      as far as the focus goes.. every single end result you look to achieve can be broken down into a logical series of steps, and there are some that absolutely must happen before you move on to the next. Others can happen any time but have higher priorities than others.

      So map out a process, create workflow charts and process maps, decide who is responsible for what, and set them up as part of a project in your project management system. We have tried quite a few but for info-products, website development, traffic generation, etc we like basecamp the best.

      Good luck!

      • John 18. Feb, 2013 at 12:00 am #


        Thanks for taking the time to respond. We went until until we crashed and will be back at it again in the morning (after the night shift I work now to give the family benefits while between paying ‘gigs’).

        We will get more efficient / more effective as we go but have made good progress already (most importantly, we are already feeling like we have a ‘handle’ on things).

        THANK YOU for the basecamp idea. We do not want to get ‘lost’ in planning. However, it is clear this creative team (self included) needs a bit of focus AND discipline (better to be ‘lost’ planning for one evening than ‘lost in the woods’ for ???.

        With a little planning AND your information, we are feeling increasingly confident our efforts will bare fruit this week (and we will be picking up your Tube Traffic Secrets to help (thanks for making that powerful information affordable!).

        We will not rest until we are providing substantive value and reaping rewards as a natural result.

        Thanks for all you do.


        • Jeff Johnson 20. Feb, 2013 at 6:09 pm #

          you are welcome and good luck 🙂

  8. James Dailey 16. Feb, 2013 at 2:26 pm #

    WOW!!! Awesome post! Thanks for such an informative and helpful video.

  9. Vitaly 30. Apr, 2013 at 5:31 pm #

    Jeff please explain how Brandon Burchard gets 10,000+ hits and he does non of what you teach on his videos.

    • Jeff Johnson 06. May, 2013 at 5:18 pm #

      Actually, Brendon does do a lot of what I teach, including driving traffic to his videos via email plus a few other things that may or may not be in this one particular video.

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