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Note: This training is based on the Syndicator as an example, but the principles stay the same.
IMPORTANT: DURING THE VIDEO SUBMISSION PUT JUST A LINK TO YOUR VIDEO AND / OR TO YOUR CHANNEL OR/AND to your WEBSITE. DO NOT POST ANY TEXT NOR ARTICLES, BECAUSE IT MAY LOWER YOUR RANKINGS. You can transform your submission to a full article after 7 hours from the submission.
Sometimes results appear overnight, but sometimes you need to wait weeks. When you go through this whole training you will know how to speed your rankings up.
The best practice is to submit a video right after you upload a video to YouTube and watch it.
You can access it also by clicking the white "+ New" icon located at the blue top bar.
DON'Ts of the Syndicator (VERY IMPORTANT)
1. During your initial submission DO NOT post anything but the video embed code, video link and sometimes your YT channel link or your website (use naked URL as the anchor text to avoid over-optimization).
Adding anything more can just trigger the duplicate content alert and you're screwed.
As the addition to this point is the next one:
2. No affiliate links in your initial submission, because:
- read point nr 1
- it lowers the quality of the blog post and of the whole network (I'll be banning people for that - no jokes, no refunds)
- the tool will not post your stuff when it detects some an affiliate link
- these blogs are just for SEO - not to get you sales from web 2.0s. By posting affiliate links you lose your chances to get any traffic from these blogs
- If you hit the embeds with mass link building, you just dilute your link juice by giving it away to the affiliate network = no rankings for you = no sales
3. Keywords in the title must be COMMA separated, so
DO NOT USE ANY SPINTAX FORMAT NOR ANYTHING ELSE
4. Use a maximum of three keywords in a title
Using more kws may create just too long titles for web 2.0 properties and your video may not be syndicated.
5. The Syndicator is a membership site built on some membership components. DO NOT tick some "Protect your content" etc. elements that have not been mentioned in the training, because your content will not be visible to anybody but other Syndicator users, who obviously are not your target.
WARNING: If you do any of the DON'TS then your money back guarantee will be gone.
All of the links mentioned in the video along with my additional info you will find in THIS ARTICLE.
1. You can do it with any website (not only a local one), page or post, which I highly recommend.
My friend Tony Hayes did that to boost his SEO post and outranked Backlinko (high authority SEO blog) for an SEO term, being right after Search Engine Land (another high-authority SEO blog).
2. At the same time, the video should be embedded on the page (to which you link from the video), and there should be the video link added as well, to get the maximum link juice.
This way no matter if you, later on, boost your website or you boost the video - both of these properties are being boosted automatically.
3. If during the Syndicator video submission you used just a video, then after the 7 hours I suggest you come back to your post, and:
- edit it to a full article,
- add a link to your website or page / blog (where your video is already placed on) - now you can choose your desired anchor text
- add a relevant picture. To do that go to Google, type your desired keyword, go to pictures tab, choose one of the top ones, copy its URL and use it to insert to the post (do not download and upload it to the Syndicator).
Why? Because you need to make this post as much relevant and as much authoritative as possible, so it makes perfect sense to add a picture (or pictures) that has been already chosen by Google.
- add a link to an authority website (to keep the maximum link juice you can make it nofollow).
Long story short just make it a perfect PBN post.
4. Under every Syndicator post you can see the Share buttons.
These buttons are here for a purpose: thank to them you can boost the power of your PBN post in a few minutes, so just do it.
YouTube placed similar sharing bar under the videos, which means YouTube recommends sharing and you want to do exactly what YouTube likes to rank your video, right? I suggest to use them right after you upload a video and watch it to the end.
After that just submit your video to the Syndicator, because it's the best to get a lot of shares right after the video is uploaded. This kind of mimics the situation when a video goes viral, so not only it may rank higher for your desired terms, but it may also appear in the suggested videos more often.
(Pro Tip BTW: YouTube also likes when your video gets views right after it's uploaded, so you can use such traffic source as your list if you have one, Reddit, Twitter etc.)
And my answer was: "Exactly. One thing to remember: the tool recognizes the video and based on that it creates the tier links, so for the initial submission I suggest to use the video to create the tiers. Below the video link you can add any link you want and for example, if you rank local stuff, you can add a map and its' link below the video link. The map embed will be transferred to the Blogger blogs and this way you have additional variety and relevancy.
Also it can be just treated as a self-boosting PBN - again: first you submit the video to build the relevant tiers, and then after the 6-7 hours you just edit your original blog post to the full article with images and all the fancy stuff, and this way you have a PBN blog post from a website with real engaged users, boosted by all the created links.
If you don't have a video you can use some authority video, so it builds relevant, authority tier backlinks that boost your PBN post.
The Syndicator is living website, which has much more value than just another fake PBN site, because it has real, engaged users like you, and it boosts itself.
Just play with it and if you understand SEO you will know how to take the most out of it.
Normally a single PBN post costs minimum $10, and its' without any other social shares nor additional links.
The Syndicator gives an ability to have one PBN post for whopping 67 cents.
Now we'll take care of more competitive keywords.
Let's say everybody optimizes their video the best possible way. Then everybody shares their video or submits it to the Syndicator. Who's gonna rank higher?
Long story short: the one who does the most extra steps.
There are many different YT ranking factors, but we'll here focus on off-page SEO, which means backlinks, shares, and embeds.
I will lay out the strategy that the Syndicator has been created for as short as possible because there are whole big courses about SEO and YouTube SEO, and this is not a place for this.
The more you do the higher you rank. The social signals and web 2.0 embeds along with PBNs are essential when it comes to YouTube SEO and the Syndicator is the best way to start. Ten years ago you could hit your video directly with hundreds of thousands of links. You could also make your anchor text ratio totally over-optimized, but obviously, Google got the idea and started slapping anything that looked like SEOed.
This is where tier linking comes in. You can hit high-authority properties, like web 2.0s, with thousands of links and they transfer the link juice to your video or/and the website you rank without any damage because Google cannot punish you for the situation when somebody embeds your video on his blog and hit it with thousands of links.
Additionally, high-authority properties get thousands of backlinks anyway, so the links you send to your web 2.0 embeds are just a drop in the sea. Back in the days I was creating the web 2.0 embeds manually, but it's so boring and time-consuming that I have created the Syndicator. It gives a nice amount of tiered high DA properties in around 60 seconds of work, so when I need to boost my video I just hit the embeds with mass link building like this one:
(more in the file listed below). Like I wrote; the more you do the more power you get, so before I go further I suggest creating a few different web 2.0s anyway (e.g Weebly, wordpress.com etc. - for more just type in Google "web 2.0 list"). Also, I suggest having some PBNs (it's another long story, so if you don't know what PBN is, just Google it). The more different IPs aka sources of links the better so hit your web 2.0 posts with as many different links as possible. There many different tools and services you can use for this. My favorite ones I described in a file, which you can check here:
If you don't know what you just read, I suggest reading a lot about SEO in general, because it's one of the most confusing branches of online marketing and I would need to write a book about it here, and probably I wouldn't mention everything. This is why there's so many courses and SEO strategies on the market.
I just laid out the most straightforward concept and strategy, so you could get the idea if you know SEO at least a bit.
The Syndicator has been built for SEOs, and my experience shows that only those who understand search engines and this environment, appreciate it the most.
The rest of the people are mostly "magic button seekers", and despite the fact the Syndicator may push your video to the top with just a few clicks, it not always happens. It's been built to be a part of SEO strategies.
But, if you want the Syndicator to be your magic button, then wisely choose your keywords. This is what I do.
Most people target the same keywords, so it needs a lot more work to rank. When you target hidden keywords, you have less to zero competition, and you just need really not much to rank. Often just good optimization and the Syndicator submission are enough to rank and appear at the top.
There are many hidden, low-competition keywords out there that can bring you a lot of money, but the keyword research is the whole new topic.
Additional resources about it, including a link to a premium keyword research tool, you will find at the bottom of the file I mentioned. Here it is again:
The strategy here is to:
- set up several (let’s say 5 to 10) relevant YouTube channels, ideally set up on separate email addresses
- make sure to optimize the channels so they’re relevant
- upload the same (but slightly changed) videos to these tier channels
- of course, optimize the videos, so YouTube knows they are relevant too
- choose your secondary keywords as titles for the tier videos and try to use words from your main keywords as well
- add your affiliate or landing page link in the description, like you normally do for your main videos. These videos rank as well, so you can get some additional sales
- Link from these tier videos you’ve just uploaded to your main video.
1. Put the link in the description along with your main YouTube channel URL
2. Link to these from the cards. You can also link to a playlist that contains your main video
3. Link to the video or/and to a playlist from the end screens
- Link the tier videos in the chain using the techniques mentioned above, so the relevant link juice flows through them all
- Create YouTube URL variations for those videos
- Hit these URL variations with 20 000 - 100 000 backlinks, using a healthy anchor text ratio, with a lot of LSI
Of course, you can submit those videos to the Syndicator and the Embedator as well. I would do this for half of the tier videos.
You can check it by clicking here: