There are no quality requirements, but if you're using YouTube for business, you want to represent your company well. There are many types of videos you can make for your business on your own using equipment you may already have. Be creative and plan your video production well, and you should get great results.
You can take your videos off of YouTube and embed them in your business blog.
When you embed, do it in style by customizing the YouTube player. Make sure to turn off "related videos" so your competitors' videos don't show up in your blog.
Interact on YouTubeTo best promote your business on YouTube, you should develop a strong network of subscribers and friends. Reach out to other YouTubers, subscribe to interesting channels and comment on videos. These interactions will bring more people to your YouTube channel, and to your business.
If you're using YouTube for business, you're probably using other media like Facebok and Twitter as well. It's simple to connect all your social media accounts and automatically let friends and followers know when you upload or favorite a video. Just go into the "Activity Sharing" section of your YouTube account, and select what and where you want to share.
YouTube Insight is a handy tool for learning about who is watching your videos. This information about your audience can help you evaluate the effectiveness of your videos, and can give you ideas for new videos.