How to use Facebook ads to build your Facebook fan base on YouTube.
If you’re a YouTube superstar, this may be your chance to make it big.
You may be thinking, “You’re going to use a paid-for video?
And you’re going after Facebook fans?”
Well, the answer is yes and no.
The video marketing strategy for Facebook fans is much more than a click-through.
You’ll need to build a following on Facebook that can help your channel get noticed.
You need to have a great video that people are clicking on and sharing.
That’s what you want to do with your video ads on YouTube, says Scott Dolan, a YouTube marketing consultant who worked on the YouTube video marketing team.
In this guide, we’ll take you through the steps to build Facebook fans on YouTube and how you can use Facebook’s ad system to help your video.
You can see how your video can earn Facebook Likes and how to track your Facebook fans, which are important to your YouTube channel.
We’ll take a look at the basics of Facebook’s video ad system, how it works, and how much money you’ll need.
You can start your video ad campaign today by creating an account with Facebook.
To do this, click on the video in your YouTube profile.
You’re presented with a few options.
You may need to add a banner image to your video to show it to your Facebook followers, but you can add as many or as few as you like.
The first step is to set your video for Facebook.
That will allow you to upload videos and upload images on YouTube that will be shared with your Facebook community.
You should be able to set up Facebook videos and Facebook photos with your account.
Once you’ve created a Facebook account, you can upload videos to YouTube.
YouTube is a platform where anyone can post videos and share them.
YouTube uses your Facebook account to send you content and videos to your audience.
You have to be able send Facebook messages or upload videos from your account on YouTube to reach the same audience.
If you want your video on YouTube for more than three months, you’ll have to pay $1 a month to Facebook.
But, if you’re creating videos for a longer time, you may not need to pay a monthly fee.
You won’t have to worry about how much your videos will cost YouTube.
You just have to create the video, upload it to YouTube, and use Facebook to reach your audience in your videos.
How much money do you need to spend to reach Facebook fans?
The average video is about $1,000 to reach 10,000 Facebook fans.
But how much do you actually need to reach them?
The answer depends on the length of your video, the length and quality of your videos, and the popularity of your channel.
For example, if your video is 1 minute and 10 seconds long, you could make it as long as 10,500 Facebook fans for a 10,250-minute video.
If your video takes 10 minutes to get from your Facebook page to the audience, you would need a video ad rate of $4.50 per 10,501 Facebook fans (or $1.75 per 10k fans).
If your channel has more than 50,000 fans, you’d need a rate of only $3.50 (or 10% of your viewers).
What you want is a rate that is close to the average video.
For instance, if the average YouTube video is 30 minutes, you should expect to make a YouTube video rate of just over $2.00 per 10 YouTube fans (25% of YouTube fans).
That’s about half of the average rate YouTube has.
In other words, a $1 YouTube video with 5,000 subscribers would likely have a rate around $3 per 10.000 subscribers.
That means that you’d have to spend about $15,000 on YouTube videos.
That may seem like a lot of money, but it is the amount that Facebook will pay for your videos to reach its audience.
So, how much will it cost to reach YouTube fans?
If your videos are at least 30 minutes long and you’ve made a YouTube ad rate for your channel of just under $2 per 10 fans, then you should spend about a month on your videos and you’ll be rewarded with YouTube views.
That can be up to $5 per 10 followers.
You could also get a monthly payout of $1 to YouTube for every 10,001 followers your videos reach.
If your videos take 10 minutes or less, you might want to start paying more for YouTube views, because YouTube will pay more for a more popular video, Dolan says.
You might want an ad rate closer to $3 a month.
If YouTube pays more for your video than you’re earning on YouTube subscribers, it can increase the number of people watching your video in a month, Dola says.
The more people watching, the more you’ll see.
That makes your video more valuable,