What if ranking on the first page of Google was as simple as creating 10 videos and posting them on YouTube?
I’m here to tell you it is.
In this post you will learn:
- the Proven Strategy to Ranking First Page on Google within hours
- the 5 Step System to Dominating Your Industry on YouTube
- the Untold Blueprint to Generating Leads in a Local Market
Watch this Video because it explains it all.
Create ten to twenty videos based on the common questions that get asked all the time in your industry and the questions people should ask before working with someone in your industry.
These videos do not have to be long, just provide the answers to the common questions. However long it takes, is how long the video needs to be.
The crucial part to this strategy is optimizing your YouTube videos for search. Since, Google owns YouTube, if your videos are optimized correctly, the rank very quickly within Google Search Engine.
THE HUGE PROBLEM
Many people think creating videos take too much time.
Fine! Have fun paying for traffic each month.
The other problem is people are afraid to give the information away. They think if they tell them, then why do they need to call?
Here’s the truth…we live in a day and age where information flows like water. If you don’t give the answer, someone else will and that’s who the customer will end up liking, trusting and giving their money to.
If you’re a service provider, the people who want to do it themselves will. They were never going to pay you anyway.
The other people who will pay you and are too busy, they just want to find someone they can trust.
Use video to establish your credibility and authority.
THE KEY TO RANKING YOUR VIDEOS ON THE FIRST PAGE OF GOOGLE
First, create 10 to twenty videos based on the frequently asked questions in your industry and the should ask questions. People don’t know what they don’t know.
Secondly, create a good looking custom thumbnail.
Thirdly, identify your keyword.
You can use the Google Keyword Planner to find your keyword to make sure it has enough search volume.
Once you’ve identified your keyword, use it in the video’s title. The secret is to use your keyword first and then your title.
Fourth, optimize your video’s description. You do this by first, adding in your website’s url. Make sure you use http:/// at the beginning of your url.
Otherwise your link will not be clickable.Then add your keyword after the url and then your description.
Here’s an example:
Car Air Conditioning Las Vegas -What the average cost of a car air conditioning system repair is
http://www.carairconditioningvegas.com Car Air Conditioning Las Vegas – AAA Ford AC and Heating is helping people with their car air conditioning in Las Vegas. In this video, Wade Richardson teaches you what the average cost of a car air conditioning repair should be. You know those free offers most shops offer… It has nothing to do with your car air conditioning system. Ford AC and Heating has over 13 years of experience and works on Ford, Mercury and Lincoln vehicles. If you need car air conditioning repair work done and you are located in Las Vegas or Henderson. Give them at call at 442.1167.
Lastly add your videos tags.
You want to use your keyword as the first tag and then go to Google.com and type your keyword into the search bar.
Once you have the results, scroll down to the bottom of the page and find the related search terms. Select four to five of the related search terms to use as tags.
YouTube is the second largest search engine. Notice I did not say social platform. I said SEARCH ENGINE.
People go to YouTube to find solutions. This is a HUGE opportunity for those who are willing to embrace a solid video marketing approach.
I have to meet a single individual who has invested in doing a solid video marketing strategy and NOT seen a return.
I’m sure they exist. I’m just saying, I have yet to meet them.
Understand this…video marketing is not a short term marketing strategy. It will provide you leads long term.
What do you think? Are you willing to hope into the current “blue ocean” and embrace video? If so, I’d love to hear what you are committed to creating.
Tell me about it in the comments below.