Ever since YouTube added the ability to put clickable links in annotations and YT Cards, people have been asking if it is possible to do ‘Click-To-Call’ buttons in YouTube Videos. Well the code has been cracked and Ray Lane with his new Launch for what he has named Tube Caller is ready to share it with the world!
This launch helps people in two areas YouTube and Offline Marketing. Ray has found a way to add clickable links that automatically dial a business Ever since YouTube started allowing external links, people have been asking for the ability to do click to call.
Tube caller is a training program that teaches people how to add click-to-call buttons or cards directly to their videos on YouTube. This means that a viewer watching a video, can click a button in that video, and instantly call that business. If the viewer is on a mobile phone, the phone will instantly call. If the viewer is on a desktop, it will open Skype or Facetime* to make the phone call. This is great news for local marketers and video marketers in general when they need to get people to make a phone call.
The trainings are a full course in video form, along with a PDF that has the ‘magic code’ necessary to make the calls work. Graphics are also provided that can be used as buttons and cards in the videos. The trainings cover everything from setting up the initial YouTube channel all the way through setting up your annotations and then getting the click to call functionality to work.
Tube Communicator as the first One time offer in the sales funnel is where you will find the done for you automation that will make the whole thing easy for you. This provides the customer the ability to add Click-To-Skype, Click-To-Text Message, Click-To-Email and Click-To-Google Maps, right in their videos and does it automatically.
Again, we also provide a PDF with the ‘magic codes’ to accomplish these tasks, and graphics to use as buttons in the videos.
The OTO 2 is a combination of two of Ray`s most popular products, YouTube Interactive and YT Cards. These two courses provide in-depth training on using both clickable annotations and YouTube Cards.
The course is video-based, and teaches not only how to use YouTube, but how to create the buttons in your videos and how to create and edit the graphics needed to make the buttons and cards.
Here is a video which explains the new training in depth.