YouTube SEO

Have you ever asked yourself, “Why are all those other YouTube videos outranking my YouTube videos?”

Using the power of video social media is a great way to boost traffic to your website and to create a loyal tribe of fans as one of our past students  “The Internet Electrician” can tell you, “There are hundreds of thousands of people each day typing in How to Install a Three Way Switch, How to Install a Ceiling Fan or another electrical type question into Google each day and because our website and YouTube videos rank so well we have several thousands of visitors each day visiting our website.” – Terry Peterman –

However as Terry has discovered on his journey to his online success, the optimization of videos for YouTube are very different then optimizing a website.

In this Free SEO 37 minute video minute training seminar, exclusive only to our members, YouTube optimization guru Chris Lang shares several of his 7 Secrets on how you too can get your videos listed to the top of Google’s organic search.

If you are not a member of our exclusive SEO Video training community and you would like to watch our presentation, please click here to sign up here now.



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