This is going to make for an interesting blog post. Why? As you read by the title, the topic of this post, and the linked article centers around marketing age-restricted videos on YouTube. I won’t even bother telling what sort of videos could be marketed. I’ll leave the possibilities up to your imagination.
But to get on track, the article in questions centers around YouTube referrals (YouTube traffic) through videos that are age restricted. Stephen Croome, founder of Firstconversion, had managed to land himself a special sort of client. This client specialized in helping premature climax. This is all I will say about that. There is no point in getting anymore specific.
Knowing that YouTube is a hotbed of videos and video marketing, this would be a great place to get the word out about what was being promoted. But when it comes to promoting age-restricted videos, you’ve got to be careful. It can be very easy to get a video flagged if it’s deemed to adult, or to sexualized.
According to YouTube’s definition of age-restricted content, they say:
“Some videos don’t violate our policies, but may not be appropriate for all audiences. In these cases, minors or logged out users may not be able to view the content.”
Based on this definition, some content may be ok to keep up on YouTube, such as medical videos that show off images otherwise not suitable for younger audiences.
To read Stephen’s article in full, you can follow the link below:
Insights Into Marketing Age-Restricted videos on YouTube