There are several factors that determine the prices at which people interested in YouTube views buy them. These are, in other words, factors that determine the prices for YouTube views charged by the social media marketing firms that sell such YouTube views.
The first factor that determines the prices at which people interested in YouTube views buy them is the number of YouTube views ordered for. If, for instance, a given person just wants, say, 1,000 YouTube views, it is naturally likely that he or she would be charged less than another person who wants 10,000 YouTube views. That is because, on the part of the social media marketing firm doing the actual work, creating the 10,000 YouTube views in the latter case is more difficult than creating 1,000 YouTube views. But these matters do tend to get a little bit more complicated when we introduce other metrics into the picture. An example of such an alternate metric is the ‘per unit’ price metric. The ‘per unit’ price, in this case, is obtained by dividing the total number of YouTube views bought with the total price paid for them. Under this scheme of things, analysis tends to reveal that the people buying YouTube views in bigger numbers are actually paying substantially lower per unit prices. True, the total figures of money they have to pay are bigger, but the unit prices per YouTube view tend to be much lower. This is in keeping with a phenomenon that is commonly referred to as the ‘economies of scale’ – which are only tapped into by the people who buy the YouTube views in bigger numbers.
The second factor that determines the prices at which people interested in YouTube views buy them is the method used, at a technical level, in creating the YouTube views. You come to realize that it is possible to get YouTube views using cleverly created software, which automates the task of creating the views. Then it is possible to get the YouTube views manually: by having human workers go around liking the YouTube videos in question. Needless to say, the latter approach to acquisition of YouTube views is more energy-sapping and more time-consuming. And needless to say, YouTube views created through the latter approach tend to be costlier, in a rather substantial way, than YouTube views created using the software programs, which are also known as bots. But it is further appreciated that the YouTube views created manually tend to be authentic and ‘more natural’ than those created using bots. And therein lies the incentive to pay more for the YouTube views acquired manually.
The third factor that determines the prices at which people interested in YouTube views buy them is the approach used in procuring the YouTube views. If, for instance, you invite the social media marketing firms selling YouTube views to bid against each other, you are likely to pay less than someone who opts to approach a social media marketing firm directly. In other words, the more competitive the mechanism used in procuring the YouTube views, the lower the price that is likely to be paid for them.