How To Get Google To Send You More Traffic

Are you still scratching your head wondering how you can get Google to send you more traffic? After all, traffic is essential for increasing conversion which in turn increases your potential for making money. Well, I’ve just purchased a new plugin, that amongst other things is promising that I will get 10 times more traffic from Google, without writing content or getting more links.

Sound like a pretty good deal doesn’t it. I’m talking about the One Click Video Ranker plugin. I am not using it on this blog but I am using it on my latest blog, EZ eSports Betting blog. I’m hoping this particular niche blog will add to the revenue being made by my lottery blogs. If anything this blog can be my cash cow but for that to happen, I’m sorry to say, I will need Google’s help.

Hitting The Top Of Google Search Engine

The higher up you appear on Google’s search engine the more traffic you’re going to get. You’re going to achieve top position if you meet most of Google’s requirement. This means amongst other things good content, good SEO and a lot of marketing on your part. Even then you may fall short if your competition is out gunning all your hard work. You need to embrace every single bit of ammunition you can get your hands on.

One Click Video Ranker is a great addition to your SEO arsenal! It works on the assumption that Google loves videos. If that wasn’t true Google would not have spent $1.65 billion to buy YouTube!

People have told you that it’s great SEO to place images in your posts right? You do know though that the SEO value is negligible unless you tell Google what the image is all about using the right SEO enriched ‘alt’ tags.

This is the same for video. Have you noticed when using the Google search engine how often a video appears at the top of the page? Well, that’s because Google wants them to be there and has given them preference over plain text sites. I’m hoping One Click Video Ranker will do the same for me. How will it do that? I’m glad you asked.

What the plugin does is it supplies Google with all the information it requires about all the videos on my site. Take images placed in your post as an example. Without the ‘alt’ tags Google is blind to those images. This plugin adds the video version of the ‘alt’ tags so that Google knows exactly what the video represents so it can include it in it’s search results.

Not only that, it also supplies me with a video sitemap that I can add to Google Webmaster’s Tools. That means I now have two sitemaps, one for Google to crawl. One for my regular posts and one for those posts embedded with videos. Check out the latest sitemap!

google traffic

The plugin pulls the information right from YouTube. What you’re seeing in the image above is how I embedded all the information necessary on a video that I’m hosting by using the plugin. This means you can actually change the information supplied by YouTube to make it more SEO friendly for your particular post.

I’m not going to go into everything the plugin can do. Head over to their ver informative sale page to see that. I didn’t even buy it because it provided the following guarentee.

 

Make 10 times your investment back within 60 days, or get a full refund. No questions asked.

Why am I making this offer? Because I know you will LOVE it, and come back for more. You can be downloading the plugin and bonuses in less than 30 seconds from now.

Nope I bought it because I want to increase the traffic to my site. Having that guarantee is just the icing on the cake. As long as the plugin actually increases my traffic I won’t even hold him to the getting 10 times my investment back in 60 days.

Is this something that you would add to your SEO arsenal? Leave me a comment as to your thoughts.

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  1. When I clicked on the One Click Video Ranker, McAfee warned me not to go there. I try Google search.


      1. Twitter:
        I do not use McAfee and the link worked perfect.
        I hope this works out well for you. I have been thinking about video but ugh! one more thing to learn to do.

  2. This was a helpful article. Trying to rise to the top of the local SERPS is not easy, particularly in a crowded market. Interesting information on video.

    One thing that has changed is how local businesses come up on Google search results. Now, it seems to be all about local citations and link building. I will be sure to visit this blog in the future. Thanks for this post.
    John recently posted…Therapists in ChicagoMy Profile

      1. I am with you on this Peter. I look forward to reading more of your practical articles!


  3. Twitter:
    On this one I’m going to wait to see what you report, as in if it helped you out or not. Frankly, I’m starting to question a lot of the apps and plugins that purport to help bring us more traffic or more recognition via its SEO assistance. I mean, how do I know that what I’m doing isn’t getting it done properly, right?

    BTW, look at your 2nd line again. :-)
    Mitch Mitchell recently posted…5 Takeaways From My Video ProjectMy Profile


    1. Twitter:
      Mitch, regardless of whether or not it increased my traffic tenfold I’m going to keep the plugin. I never believed that bit of hype anyway.

      Truth be told I love the plugin. I’m sure the fact that I can change all the SEO attributes of every video I post on that blog will in time have a positive SEO effect. It also helps me to easily keep track of every video posted on the blog. I just had a quick look and noticed that Google terminated the account of one of the video owners which meant that video no longer appeared on the post. That’s the second time that’s happened and because of the video sitemap I was able to quickly replace it.

      Who know how long it would have been before I had noticed those videos were missing if it wasn’t for the sitemap.

      I’m sure in time it will increase traffic, just not 10 times.
      Peter recently posted…Update On Ez eSports BettingMy Profile

  4. Hey Peter,

    This sounds like a promising plugin. So it finds all your videos and add’s the alt for each one? hmmm… I was thinking about making videos, and I may have to come back to this post once I do! Thanks for sharing and hope you’re having a great week!
    Sherman Smith recently posted…How Do Theme Frameworks Optimize Your BlogMy Profile


    1. Twitter:
      Actually Sherman it’s so much better than the alt you get to add to images. Not only does it pull the video from YouTube but also the Video name and the description of the video.

      But it’s even better than that. It allows you to edit the description and title! This way you can add the SEO that you want to boost the SEO of your post. :thumbup_ee:
      Peter recently posted…Update On Ez eSports BettingMy Profile


  5. Twitter:
    Hey Peter,

    I had to laugh because I know we had a talk recently about the number of plugins that you had and you were eager to add anymore. But then I kept reading that you weren’t using it on this blog but your sports blog so I’m hoping that it will pay off for you big time. I can see if you’re trying to get ranked for particular keywords and knowing that video is big and people love it then I really do hope this plugin delivers.

    Eager to hear your results so good luck to you my friend. Sorry I’m so late getting by here. Better late than never right!

    Enjoy your week.

    ~Adrienne


    1. Twitter:
      Don’t apologise Adrienne, I’m sorry it took me so long to reply to your comment. :wallbash_tb:

      As to the plugin, even if it doesn’t do all it promises, something I don’t think it can live up to, I plan to keep it because I see other potential in it.
      Peter Pelliccia recently posted…Funny Jokes For Friday Funnies #127My Profile


  6. Twitter:
    Writing quality content should be our prime priority! Because, it has many advantages. It acts like sugar, to which bees, that is traffic in our case, is attracted! What say? Further, if influencers happen to see an epic, good quality post from our side, then they may end up sharing it even without us asking them to do that!
    Personally, my strategy is to target low competition keywords and write good content based around it. I also do my fair share of social media promotion too.
    Making it easy for readers to share content on social sites is a good strategy. If the content is good enough, users will share it for sure and hopefully trigger a ripple effect! This will bring in some traffic for sure!


    1. Twitter:
      Hey Amrish,

      content really is the most important part of any blog. There’s no point at all getting any traffic if they have nothing decent to read when they get there. Like you said, if the content is good enough they will be more likely to share it which will lead to even more traffic.
      Peter Pelliccia recently posted…Google Front Page How Do You Do ItMy Profile

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