Google SEO for Dummies




Google SEO For Dummies, Deadbeats, and Beginners! In this video, I reveal “The Magic 3” web properties you can use to leverage into better search engine rankings in very little time. Google puts special weight to 3 specific web 2.0 properties, and I show you how to leverage them in this video. Learn exactly what you need to know about external search engine optimization here.

Alright so Google SEO in a nutshell is as follows:

1) Create good content. Without this, you might as well forget all your SEO efforts as they will be a complete waste in the end. Now what I define as “quality content” is stuff created specifically with the end user in mind. When you create videos and blog posts that your targeted audience is genuinely interested in, this will increase the time they spend consuming your content. Google LOVES this, and will rank your website accordingly. My general rule of thumb is to create content that I personally would spend my own time consuming.

2) A few backlinks from highly targeted, relevant content outweigh HUNDREDS of low quality backlinks.

3) 3 Web properties that I spent effort into building up are Tumblr, WordPress.com, and Weebly mini-sites.

4) I usually always work my YouTube channel and blog into the equation by mixing up links and video embeds on their respective content on my web 2.0 mini sites.

All in all, this video shows you exactly how to rank in Google even if you’re a complete beginner. Keep things simple. Deliver good stuff, and the results typically follow.

Remember: never try to “game” Google. They are incredibly smart at filtering out tricks. Give them exactly what they want, and they will reward you for years to come.

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30 Replies to “Google SEO for Dummies”

  1. Hey Dan, you are super amazing. I have a question, I see some websites with extremely low DA and PA are ranking higher in search, in fact youtube and huffposts are behind them. How is it possible?!

  2. What's up Deadbeat dude? Let me ask you the super important questions. 1. Will this work in 2018 in Barrow, Alaska? 2. Who is still listening in 2018? BTW, I've subscribed. I smashed the thumbs up and subscribe button but I broke my keyboard in the process.

    BTW – I like this video. Specific info with no course offerings. 🙂

  3. I see this was recorded in 2016 . Is this still up to date with those websites as ranking ? Things are changing fast. Wix has its own Affiliate Amazon Apps now that has SEO and opened up a month ago. Thank you !!!

  4. Great video, very helpful for beginners to learn about SEO. You have astonishingly defined the relationships between Tumblr, WordPress, & Weebly, and how to an individual can leverage into better search engine rankings in short time. Great work!

  5. Hey Dan, nice video I'm new to seo but I have been trying affiliate marketing for awhile without success. I will definitely check out your program. I definitely think that physical products are the way to go.

  6. Hi I have a new amazon affiliate site, which has a few blogs, inter grading weebly, tumblr and you tube to target mult keywords in different blogs to drive traffic to my website, good idea?

  7. The question I have about "long tail keywords" is: if you are ranking for the long tail keyword aren't fewer people going to search for the entire phrase? In other words, aren't you going to get fewer people searching for "affiliate marketing for dummies" rather than just "affiliate marketing" and thus get fewer hits?

  8. Dan, I paid $17, I asked you what tag you use on your page to drive traffic? this is the only question I asked., don't be mean.

  9. These are possibly silly questions but are domains better than subdomains? Do they automatically place better if they are main domains? Can pages made as subdomains be as effective as main domain websites?

  10. I have weebly websites which I like but I really like wix.com better. Do you think wix is a good site? It's so easy to build websites with it and easy to insert html codes in.

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