This is a very simple technique that anyone can do. It definitely does work, as I am still getting leads and I haven't made a video in a while. There are a few steps you need to follow to maximize your efforts. Step 1. Record a video. For best results, record your video outside, unless you have quality lighting and equipment. Use a tripod if possible and make sure you have a good distance between you and the camera. Get yourself pumped up to do the video. Run around if you have to and get your blood flowing. Boring videos are... well... boring. Also, be sure to have a call to action such as telling them to check out your website. Step 2. Upload it to YouTube. There are a few key points to this feat. You need an attention grabbing title. Google 'great headlines' for some ideas. Make sure you are putting your link to your website, capture page, or blog as the first thing in your video's description. Then you want to give a quality description, either short or long, whichever works for you. Use the same keyword in your title, description, and for the tags. Remember to tag your own name in case people search for you! Step 3. Promote your video. Every time I make a video, I promote it on Facebook, Twitter, and to my email list. I also recommend promoting it to any friends you have on YouTube. The more people that see the video, the more people that will potentially view your website. I actually had a 65% click through rate on one of my videos, which is ridiculous. Even though I only had about 40 views, I got 26 visitors and 8 leads from that one video. See how powerful that can be? Step 4. Repeat. Make this a habit and you will be sure to generate leads for your business. Like I said before, I am still generating leads from YouTube even though I haven't made a video in a while. Establish yourself on YouTube and you could have better results than I did! There are some advanced steps you can take, but that is for those who fully understand how to market on YouTube already.