I was crestfallen when I came to know that I cannot find spare parts:

Every once in a few decades, there are car models that were fiercely popular once upon a time and the manufacturer decided to either stop new production in line or slowly but gently phases the model out. as a result, the ancillary market of spare products also suffers and the dealers who had stocked up the spare parts of the phased out model either sell off the spare parts back to the company or they are sent t the recycling to be remodeled into newer things.

The information skipped my notice:

This happened about a decade ago. There was news in the papers, so my dealer here says and also tells me that he has evidence to corroborate but this news that this particular car that I own and the one that I wear as a pride on my sleeve has been phased out. The problem is not that it is phased out, no!

The problem is that it needs service and couple of spare parts that are peculiar only to its model!

I was almost traumatized when I heard that the chances of any spare part were very dim and I only prayed that there was someone out there who had the good sense to have had the stock of what my car so badly needed.

But online market to my rescue:

I was casually browsing one evening when my eyes fell on an advertisement by an Indian manufacturing company based out of Bombay that claimed that it could make spare parts of an automobile, even the phased out ones. I knew my prayers were answered. I dropped them an email and sure enough, they diligently replied in a couple of hours. They agreed to ship it to me.

I really cannot believe my luck. My Peugeot broke down and I get replacement parts here all the way from India. Online markets are the way to go. As I type this, I am grinning ear to ear sitting and enjoying my ride in my favorite Peugeot!

I’ve worked with so many clients that come to me with the same problem. It normally goes something like this; “Tony, I’ve got great instagram following, my videos get shared on facebook and my twitter feed is popping off. But for some reason, I can’t figure out youtube”

It’s easy to understand why people have this issue. Youtube feels more pragmatic, more dynamic and for these reasons and more, it’s harder to impregnant with your youtube baby that you want to see to blossom into a beautiful youtube creature of spring.

Well, if you fit into this category that so many other people do, have no fear, good old Tony has your back.

Here below, I’ve listed the three top ways that I think can really help you Youtube following.Lets begin:

  • Social media integration

Many of my clients wonder why they can’t get the same level of views on their YouTube accounts as they can on their other Social platforms. When I see that they’re accounts aren’t hooked up together I almost facepalm. There are more complex ways, but the easiest way is just to have links to each profile in all the different bios across all platforms. Instagram and facebook have good cross network support because they’re both owned by facebook.

  • Buying Views

This can be a little risky if you don’t know what you’re doing. I always advise individuals who are novice to avoid this option because it could end up biting them in the ass. But a word of advice for those more deeply involved in the black hat world, you don’t need to look further than themarkethaven, as far as I know, they are the only company offering legit views as far as I know.

  • Collaboration
    If somebody you know already has a great youtube following, get on board with them. See if you can appear in their video or share content between each other. Maybe even a shout out would work!