This video is all about the copy to optimize if you want your YouTube videos to perform well in search for their content. So important for an effective presence on this platform.
Thanks to my good friend and smartie in the video content space, Owen Hemsath from The Videospot, for contributing today’s video. I’m taking a break at the pool on this beautiful summer day 😉
If you’ve been searching for a way to get more traffic from search and you have no idea what it takes to increase your rankings with Google, this is the video you need to watch. Owen takes you step by step by step of how you can make your website rank for your key search term.
One of the best things about Twitter is the ability to use search. For those who are geographically restricted to who their potential clientele can be, it’s even better.
In this week’s Social Thursday, I’m doing a short tutorial on how you can take advantage of location-based details so you’re only finding tweets relative to subjects you care about in the areas you want to see most.
Some news this week about Google Plus hashtags this week that they will be available for viewing in Google Search. For Sexy Wednesday, I thought I would share my thoughts on this new feature and how it might apply in the everyday search situation.
Blogging seems to be a digital media consultant’s answer for a lot of things these days and businesses often look to their advisors in confusion. Or at least that’s what happens with me and my clients. Why does she keep suggesting blogging? Why is blogging good for SEO?
There’s a really good reason why blogging is so popular and suggested as a main source for a content marketing strategy and that’s how the medium is considered with your audience and, of course, search engines.
We’re always trying to find ways to get other websites to talk about our website, but what’s more important than that? Actually talking about (and linking to) yourself!
So for Savvy Tuesday I’m going to talk about the strategy of interlinking and why it’s important for you to do within your content marketing strategy.
It’s very important in this day of technology and social media to know what the results of Google or any other search engine are for your name.
People be stalkin’.
Jessica had the same questions. Specifically because there are a lot of other ladies that have her same name, including someone in her own family. She’s concerned of what potential clients will find with a Google background check to confuse them that may lead them away from her business. So I answered her question in today’s Savvy Tuesday to give everyone some ideas of how you can help yourself and your SEO results.
YouTube video is a fantastic way to diversify your content and get in front of a larger audience (we’re seeing many industries pick up this trend in digital marketing.) But the downside is that when your platform isn’t text, it’s hard to have good rank in search unless you take the necessary additional steps to higher SEO for YouTube videos.