YouTube Video Marketing Secrets Revealed Book Launch
06/29/2013

Good news! There’s a new book coming out that will help you get more views and subscribers, build traffic and make money online.

Online PR News – 29-June-2013 – Alpharetta/Georgia – Good news! There’s a new book coming out that will help you get more views and subscribers, build traffic and make money online.

Montina Portis is an entrepreneur that specializes in all aspects of online marketing and passive income streaming. Her skills and conferences have helped many achieve goals and dreams previously thought unobtainable, and now she has written a book.

“After many years, I have decided to put some, not all, of my secrets into a book. It is now ready to share with the world,” sad Portis.

Her book, YouTube Video Marketing Secrets Revealed: The #1 Mistake People Make and How You Can Use it to Your Advantage so that You Can Get More Views & Subscribers, Build Traffic and Make Money Online, will be available exclusively at Amazon.com on July 24, 2013.

The book helps anyone who wants to use YouTube to get their message or a product or service into markets. Best of all, the tips and techniques cost nothing.

“Too many spend their hard earned money on false views and subscribers. This is a waste of money and completely unnecessary,” said Portis.

Many successful channels on YouTube are corporately owned or have a business partnership. Portis’ book reveals secrets that will teach you how to build a marketing funnel and begin turning a profit using YouTube video marketing.

Portis’ book did not come without significant research.

“At the time this book was written, there were less than fifty books on Amazon.com about YouTube marketing and of that, four were authored or co-authored by women,” said Portis.

Starting from the back and moving forward, Portis helps readers on their video marketing journey build credibility, increasing self-confidence and transforming visitors into loyal clients and friends.

“Use the tools, tips and strategies. I guarantee more subscribers and traffic to websites,” said Portis.