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Actionable Voice Search SEO Recommendations to Optimize for Position V
If you are into SEO, you should know one of hottest topics is Voice Search.
In this MarTech Wiz webinar “Actionable Voice Search SEO Recommendations to Optimize for Position V,” John Morabito of Flying Point Digital walks you through actionable tips to win Voice Search and the enviable “Position V” on Alexa, Siri, and Google Home.
In this webinar you’ll learn:
-Actionable insights for how to rank in “Position V” (voice search)
-How Google indexes/ranks app content for voice assistants, and how to leverage it for brands
-How the landscape on mobile and with home assistants is evolving
-Why doing local listing management is key for brick and mortar voice search success
-How brands can create an effective and affordable voice presence for their customers
SEO Basics – Ranking On Google – WPSyd
Getting your WordPress website to rank on Google can seem like pulling a dead weight up an ever-growing mountain.
Wil Brown will be talking about SEO basic tips and covering some technical SEO topics as well as looking at setting up his favourite SEO plugin SEOPress.
Host: Wil Brown – ZeroPoint Development https://zeropointdevelopment.com
Target Audience: Everyone
Links mentioned in my talk:
ACCC Report: https://www.accc.gov.au/publications/serial-publications/digital-platform-services-inquiry-2020-2025/digital-platform-services-inquiry-september-2021-interim-report
SEO Other Search Engines: https://neilpatel.com/blog/beyond-google-how-to-perform-seo-for-other-search-engines
Ahrefs Backlink Checker: https://ahrefs.com/backlink-checker
Answer The Public: https://answerthepublic.com/
Keyword Intent: https://www.practicalecommerce.com/4-Types-of-Keyword-Intent-That-Impact-Search-Marketing
Yoast SEO: https://wordpress.org/plugins/wordpress-seo/
Rank Math: https://wordpress.org/plugins/seo-by-rank-math/
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YouTube Keyword Research: How to Get More Views Consistently
Learn the YouTube keyword research tips, tools and processes we use to rank our videos in YouTube search (377% increase in 8 months).
Video Marketing Resources
YouTube SEO: How to Rank Your Videos #1 (Start to Finish) ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NY3y0V9UDwM
How to Edit YouTube Videos for High Engagement ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5EOWffq-gk
YouTube keyword research is a fundamental step to improve your YouTube SEO and get more views consistently to your videos. There are a lot of tools out there, but the fact is that a lot of them are providing inaccurate data.
The YouTube keyword tools used and recommended in this video include:
– YouTube search
– Tubebuddy Tags
– VidIQ’s Related queries
– Ahrefs Keywords Explorer
By doing data-driven keyword research, you’ll have a blueprint to optimize your video titles, descriptions and tags so you can focus your attention on increasing video engagement signals.
Here’s what we covered in this tutorial:
1. How to plan your video SEO efforts before you begin doing keyword research.
When you create videos on topics that are too broad, your YouTube audience will likely be too scattered to make an impact on your business.
But if you create videos on topics too narrow, then you’re limiting your reach.
This part of the video shows you how to structure a hierarchy of topics so you don’t get sidetracked.
2. How to generate hundreds (or thousands) of relevant keyword ideas that get searched for in YouTube
This section is the meat of the tutorial. You’ll learn important YouTube tips that go against what other so-called “experts” recommend.
For example, you shouldn’t rely solely on the total view counts as they can be misleading. One of our videos targeting the keyword “SEO audit” has nearly 600,000 views. But 550,000 of those views come from ads.
The same could be true for your competitors’ videos.
Instead, you’ll learn a process to find topics that continually gets searched for in YouTube.
You’ll also learn how to expand your list of keyword ideas from your base list of seed keywords. If you follow along, you should have a huge pool of new ideas you can create content on.
Finally, you’ll learn how to find trending topics and how to get in on them early. This will increase your chances of “riding the trending wave” and potentially to get promoted by YouTube in search, suggested videos, and browse features.
3. How to find topics that rank in Google search AND YouTube.
At Ahrefs, we get a ton of views from Google searchers. You’ll learn a couple tricks we’ve been using to find these topics and how we rank our videos on Google to get thousands of additional views each month.
4. Gauging search intent for a keyword
This section might seem simple, but it’s arguably the most critical component to keyword research.
It’s no secret that YouTube’s ranking factors are mostly centered around engagement. Whether that be likes, shares, dislikes, comments, subscriptions and watch time, they’re all important.
And if you can’t match search intent, then you likely won’t be getting any of that.
You’ll learn a simple 2-step process to gauge search intent so you can maximize engagement and give your videos the best chance to rank.
1:15 Map out a hierarchy of your topics
2:07 Generate keyword ideas and analyze keyword trends
4:09 Generate keyword ideas relevant to your niche
7:30 Analyze search intent for your keywords
8:18 Optimize your videos to be found in Google search
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What is Incognito? Use this for SEO test!
Find out how incognito mode can help you with your content ideas.
In Incognito, none of your browsing history, cookies and site data, or information entered in forms are saved on your device. This means your activity doesn’t show up in your Chrome browser history, so people who also use your device won’t see your activity.
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