Do you want an effective way to generate leads that’s not from Facebook ads, Instagram or cold outreach?

Why not YouTube?

It has over 1.8 billion monthly users — that’s within spitting distance of Facebook’s 2 billion monthly users.

And Chili’s Grill and Bar used YouTube form ads to raise awareness for its 3 for $10 deal while generating 7,800 leads in the process.

Not bad, right?

YouTube form ads are like Facebook lead ads, allowing people to submit their name and email right below the ad (without leaving the platform or needing a landing page).

 

Whenever I see a result like this, I think about how we can use this strategy to help our clients or even boost our own marketing campaigns for WireBuzz

So if you want to hear more about how Chili’s pulled this off, plus the latest news in digital marketing, then tune into this episode of Video Marketing Mastery!

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Todd Hartley is the founder and CEO of WireBuzz. Before he got started in video marketing, Todd ran digital marketing for 7 of the largest national talk shows. Today, Todd is a respected expert in the digital marketing industry and is frequently invited to speak about video at marketing and technology conferences.