You have probably heard that if you want more business and traffic to your website you need a Youtube channel with a lot of videos. Once you have a channel and videos you must also configure the video in Youtube to maximize the information about your firm and/or practice area, but this requires that you know this fact and that you know what you have to do. The article “Create A YouTube Traffic Jam With These 4 Simple Optimization Tips” solves both of these problems.
I did create a Youtube channel for my law firm, KEYTLaw. As of the date of this post, April 23, 2012, our channel is 11 months old and has had 3,678 views of our 19 videos. Below is a sample video from our series called “Ask the KEYTLaw Girl.” It is typical of the videos, but longer than most because it explains the steps needed from A to Z to form an Arizona limited liability company.
All of the videos on my Youtube channel were made by a talented young man I hired.
Compare the above video (very professional in my humble opinion) to the amature video below I made in one hour of filming in a conference room with my Flip camera in 2009. It’s the KEYTLaw girl ad libbing text that I told her to say. We had many takes and I just edited the final and put it up on Youtube without realizing I should have created a KEYTLaw account and uploaded the video to that account. Nevertheless, this homemade video has had 13,210 views since it went up on October 7, 2009, and given me a lot of LLC formation business.
I do get a lot of people who hire me to form their Arizona LLC who make a comment about the KEYTLaw Girl. My favorite is “whoever hired the KEYTLaw Girl should get a raise.” I hired her and I’d like a raise. She is my daughter who has worked form me as my LLC legal assistant since she was a senior at Arizona State University in 2006.