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PayDrill Review – A Smarter-Faster-Better Solution For PayPal Users

PayDrill Review – A Smarter-Faster-Better Solution For PayPal Users
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Going Viral There are naturally viral videos, like some of the music videos you see on YouTube or some of those baby videos. They go viral with the built-in mechanism in paydrill review and that’s why YouTube’s such a great place. But you can also apply some cool strategies to encourage your videos to go viral. One strategy is to run competitions. As part of the entry requirements for the competition, you get people to spread the word about your video. For example, you could say, “I will give you access to this report, that normally sells for $100. But in return, I would like you to share this video with five of your friends.” So each of those five friends, if the process works, will come and watch the video and then share it with five of their friends. So, that’s one thing that you can do to help it go viral. If you want to put it on steroids, you can start doing social media competitions with Facebook, Twitter, and Google + to help spread the word. You can get very creative in helping your videos go viral.
Partnerships At the moment, I don’t do too many collaborations on YouTube. That’s simply because I have a pretty nice following right now. But partnerships played a big role when I was developing a project in the magic niche, selling magic tricks. To kick start the process we started leaving comments on the videos of the key players in the niche on YouTube. Eventually, we asked them for an interview. There’s this one guy who had maybe 10,000 YouTube subscribers. On top of his 10,000 YouTube subscribers, he had 30,000 email subscribers, which is pretty cool. So we thought, “Ok, let’s see if we can interview this guy.” So we asked him for an interview and immediately he replied to us, “I would love to do an interview. You’re the first person to ever ask me.” That person later became one of our key promotion partners for our launch. We just rinsed and repeated that process for a number of other big players on YouTube. Some people didn’t have an email list, but they had 30,000 YouTube subscribers. This one guy we interviewed really loved the interview and he posted it to his own channel. So instantly we got audience with 30,000 of his subscribers. It gave us an instant spike in views and subscribers on YouTube – and hence traffic and leads, because of the way that we set up the system. So, joint venture partnerships are very, very powerful and developing them is probably the most effective strategy that you can apply.
VIDEO SEO It all starts with a bit of keyword research. Try to find keywords that people are already searching for, so that you know there’s demand for that keyword or that keyword phrase. I ask myself the question, “What would people type in naturally to find the kind of content in my video?” So, I would type in whatever comes naturally into the search box on YouTube and see what comes up for the suggestions. That gives me just an idea of what people are already searching for.
Next, I go to the YouTube search keyword tool. It’s different than the Google Keyword search tool, because people search differently on YouTube than they do on Google.
On-Page Optimization Once I have my main keyword phrase decided on, I throw that in at the beginning of my title. I throw it in the description area as well, among other nice, organic content. Then inside your tags, you will have that as your first keyword phrase as well, alongside other keyword phrases. But put your main one right at the beginning. That’s really simple, basic stuff, but a lot of people don’t do it. So, if you do it, you’re going to be the hit of the crowd already.
Off-Page Optimization The key word here is backlinking. Create high quality backlinks to your videos on YouTube for the keyword phrases that you want to rank for. I’ll give you an example. Recently, someone approached me who was running a very, very successful blog who had a page rank of seven. You don’t see that too often. That means the site gets a ton of traffic and is very authoritative. They said, “Gideon, can you create some videos for us we want to throw on our site?” I haven’t gone through that yet, but if they were to embed one of my videos on their 
paydrill review it essentially creates a PR7 backlink to my video. In turn, YouTube and Google will then notice and they will say, “There’s something happening here. There’s this big, authority site that’s giving this video a vote of confidence. So therefore it must be valuable.” I’m not an SEO expert, so I don’t know all the details about that, but I do know that if a high-page ranking website embeds your video, your chance of getting ranked in higher in Google and in YouTube is very good.
Backlinks through Your Own Blog Backlinking comes part and parcel with a strategy that I teach. When you build your own authority video blog and you embed your YouTube video on your video blog, you can create a high-quality backlink to your own video on YouTube.
For example, my own blog right now,, is a page rank five site. Every time I have a new YouTube video, I embed that video on my site. Then, it automatically creates a page rank five back-link back to my YouTube video, which immediately gives YouTube and Google the signal that this video is important.
Optimizing Video Blog Posts Often I have the exact same keyword phrase on my title for my video blog post as the title on YouTube. It seems to help make both your video on your video blog and your video on YouTube (the same video) rank better in Google. So I have cases where I’ll have two video thumbnail results on the first page of Google. Another thing that I do for each video is I have a very small, very brief two or three paragraph little introduction that’s unique content about the video. After the video, I always list the full transcript of the video as well.
Captions The obvious reason to have captions is for people who have a hearing disability, so they can follow along by reading what I’m saying. Also, people who might be at the office and want to turn down the sound can still follow along. Some people just like reading the text in any case while listening to and watching the video as well. It just reinforces the content. So, all those things are pretty cool. But there’s another reason that I use it for on top of all of those reasons, and that’s for search engine optimization.
Automatic Captions YouTube creates captions in any case. They have a voice recognition algorithm that tries to figure out what you’re saying. Now, if you’re American, that’s fine. But if you’re a South-African-Kiwi-Australian like me with a weird accent, the automatic captioning doesn’t really work. It comes up with some really strange suggestions.
Upload Your Own Captions It’s really simple: 
paydrill review gives you that option just to upload a text file of your transcript. They then figure out where the text needs to go and when. It’s pretty clever. But what’s really awesome about uploading your own text file is that the text file that you upload gets indexed by YouTube and Google. So, all of that text becomes searchable by YouTube and Google. So there are some pretty cool SEO benefits, especially for the long term. My gut feeling is that manually created caption files will become more and more important as time goes by, so you might as well do it. Apparently, the automated captions don’t get indexed.Details:
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