Your Mark To Victory From New Video Marketing Here are the straight goods: Video marketing, the promoting of a business on sites like YouTube, is hard – really hard. Not only is there a lot of competition, but you'll have to work really hard to get the video views for your content and you'll have to do it fast. Why would you want to put yourself through that? Because without a strong online presence in as many areas as possible, your business will always be lagging behind the competition. YouTube videos get more than a billion views every day and if you're not cutting yourself in on a slice of that action you are always going to be operating at just shy of your full earning potential. But there's the good news: There is some help out there for you. Social media marketing company uSocial.net has created a way to turn the video marketing scene on its ear, to stack the odds way in your favour. They've recently added a new video marketing service to their already-successful lineup of social network marketing services. The latest addition is designed to help businesses like yours make money with video marketing more easily than ever before. Usocial.net has figured out a way to help you get the video views your content needs, by buying them. “After we launched our other social marketing services, we saw video as the next obvious means for expansion,” says uSocial.net CEO Leon Hill. “Once we found a way to quickly generate loads of quality views to videos, we knew we were onto something that people would go crazy for.” The company can drive video views to your content either from within YouTube or via other social sites such as blogs. According to Hill, what makes the company different is that they “can guarantee fast, targeted traffic to videos, instead of relying on traditional means like hoping for viral use, or pay-per-click advertising,” explains Hill. To get more details about this new service, head over to: http://usocial.net/facebook_marketing or simply contact uSocial about their video marketing services via the form on their website.