Last month, in a post titled, “Revealed: Which Video Platforms Get Results in Universal SERPs” we shared the first half of our video SEO study. In it we detailed findings as regard the video sources that comprise Google and Bing Universal organic SERPs. We promised to release the second half of the study today, in […]
You may think that YouTube is the only game in town, but it is not. Google, and to a greater extent Bing, source hundreds of channels to populate organic universal SERPs. This post shares data from our study to reveal the extent that platforms (YouTube, MetaCafe, DailyMotion, etc…) comprise unversal SERPs. The second installment […]
Most reasonable marketers probably pine to see their YouTube videos rank, in Google and Bing’s organic Universal SERPs, for important keyword searches. While the exact ranking algorithms are super secret hot sauce, follow YouTube tagging best-practices to get videos ranked in Google, Bing & YouTube itself.
Greetings #PubCon attendees. Our own Marty Weintraub is speaking today at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Salon C, in the “SEO for Multimedia and Rich Media” at 2:55PM PT. Because Marty wants to spend his time sharing cool YouTube keyword research tactics we employ at aimClear, he asked that the team back in Duluth put […]
In continuing aimClear coverage of #SESCHI, the morning of Day 2 found us in the info-packed Video Search Optimization session. Rich presentations by Greg Jarboe of SEO-PR, Grant Crowell of ReelSEO.com, and Paul Carff of Google were moderated by Anne F. Kennedy, SES Advisory Board, International Search Strategist, Beyond Ink USA. Whether you were video SEO savvy or […]
To begin, this post is not a black hat tutorial teaching how to build spam-scraper-copyright-infringing websites. Rather we’ll highlight simple white hat techniques to successfully republish and rank “duplicate” content, all the while creating new value for users. Please don’t use these methods for evil.