Google SEO for Dummies

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  1. Hey DB, thanks for such an enlightening video. I am working on your tip. I would like to get one thing straight though, do I need a paid domain name or can I stick with the sub domain to make this work?

  2. clickable links inside videos…. what are you using? forgot…the one where you can link back to your website integrated with this channel??????

  3. Thank you for the video! Great tips! In fact I started doing that and added Blogger too. I also have a question: I am not familiar with Weebly, as I do not use it, but I heard that you cannot rank weebly sites in Google. Is that right, and if it is, how would it work for SEO purposes? And about the affiliate links, I am trying to use a bridge page, and so far it works ok. And what about Google+? I am very much surprised to see that a lot of businesses do not use Google+. I think out of all the Social Networks G+ has the most SEO power (as far as those in our contacts, but between personal page and our business pages, can amount to thousands). Thanks again for the information. Subscribed and Liked!

  4. Dan, do you have a more in-depth video on PBNs and How to leverage them? Do you mean buying domains in your niche and then seed them to point back to your main domain? I am embarrassed to say I am a little fuzzy on that.

  5. Weebly update. It is a bare bones niche site. I have had this site for over 3 years and it pays me a check every month without me doing anything. But 2 weeks ago, I started to build it out. So here is where I was at and where I am now in affiliate sales. All are compared at month to date the 1st through the 25th.
    May: 18 products 1.26% conversion rate
    June: 19 products 1.58% conversion rate
    July: 19 products 1.57% conversion rate
    August: 39 products 1.87% conversion rate.

    So you can see what 2 weeks of work has produced this August.

    I want to thank Dan for his valuable information that I have consumed over the years. I owned the original Deadbeat Superaffiliate program and decided to buy his reloaded program and glad I did. People do not hesitate to look at Dan's program. you won't be disappointed.

  6. Anyway some updates.
    Woohoo! 1 day after buying my site off a Flippa for $65 and having really done nothing at this point other then adding my adsense and a few affiliate links. I made a whopping one penny of adsense. So only $64.99 to go to pay off my investment.

  7. Dan, If you don't mind. I am going to do some updates of my progress once in a while. I am far from being a super affiliate. But because I also, make good money on Amazon and Ebay selling physical products plus I work a full time job that I love plus at night I build my wife's business you can see I have to do my niche sites whenever I can squeeze the time. My first goal is to have a steady income for my wife, she stays at home. I am the Webmaster SEO guru for her. I knew my other pursuits will follow soon. This is her website, and no shameless plug. I do have adsense and some clickbank products on her site but hers is a physical product but also she has downloadable products. Earn while she sleeps. I am now building out a wordpress site for her where it is strictly downloadable and the domain will actually rank better than her current site.

  8. Hey Dan, do you use a software to select and analyze long tail keywords? And if so, which do you recommend?

  9. Hey great video dan I have a ranking tip for all the deadbeats! When you do a post and have done the necessary keyword checks etc post your new post quickly to googleplus. The google plus post gets indexed within 20 seconds and then adds a initial boost to your new post. Combined with other factors this works very well for long tail keywords!

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