Here's What's New From Bill Vannot
Dear Future Video Marketers,
- Do you have a product that needs traffic – specifically traffic and visitors who want to take action or buy your products?
- Do you have an affiliate product that you want to promote using videos, and reach out to the market that needs that specific solution?
- Or do you want to position yourself as an expert, and reach out to people and have potential students that want to hear your advice?
Well, there are tons and tons of different marketing strategies out there online, but if you want to know how to get targeted video traffic - then video marketing is one of the easiest ways to get set up fast.
Video marketing is also one of the easiest ways to get highly targeted traffic, but you have to do it right. If you do it wrong and simply upload a video to YouTube, in the hopes that it will get ranked on YouTube and on Google, then you won’t be as effective.
Want to know how? Pay close attention to the sales letter as you will learn a thing or two…
Google.com owns YouTube.com, so one of the keys here is; if you can get your video ranked on YouTube, then that will likely help you improve your ranking on Google as well.
So, moving on to some more tips...
Before you create your video you might want to watch this video series, to understand how to properly embed the keyword phrases that will help your video rank better on the search engines, by better optimizing it.
I mean think about it - in order for a search engine, or in other words a robot to understand what your video is really about, it has to look at the words that are used, and compare them to its database, to figure out what your video is actually all about.
And that's Google. They don't have human beings that take a look at your video to figure out what it's all about; instead, they have super smart software that does it all itself.
So that brings us to keyword research as well as LSI keyword research.
How do you find the right keywords?
Or more specifically, how do you find keywords that people are actually typing into Google?
Well the biggest mistake that you could make is to jump on a keyword that you think will work. However, in reality that specific keyword may not be getting traffic, or worse, it might be getting traffic but the people that are typing that in are looking for free stuff, so they're not really looking to take action or buy a product.
Tip number two: After you've created your video and done the proper keyword research, then how do you get it uploaded to YouTube, and begin increasing the rank against the other keyword phrases?
Truth be told, you're not the only one out there who is trying to rank on a specific keyword phrase - there are other competitors.
That brings us to social signals. If you're not aware of what social signals are, they are basically a measure that Google and YouTube look at to see how many social backlinks you have. Or in other words, how many people are talking about you.
So the more targeted social backlinks you have that are real, the better.
And that's just the tip of the iceberg.
How would you like to learn how to do everything above and more?