Update on One Click Video Ranker

A while back I wrote a post about a new plugin I’m trialling on my Online Sports Betting site. That post was called How To Get Google To Send You More Traffic. That plugin is the One Click Video Ranker plugin. The reason I bought the plugin was because it was supposed to generate all this extra traffic. Apparently I didn’t even have to write any extra posts either. I just had to have videos existing within my posts and the One Click Video Ranker would do the rest.

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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.

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I wrote that post on July 9th so it’s only been about 6 weeks. So far there hasn’t been much of a traffic increase. The One Click Video Ranker has brought a few visits but it certainly hasn’t created any revenue. I didn’t think it would though. Bring any revenue I mean. I always thought that was a silly promise to make because even if it increased the traffic tenfold there’s absolutely no way that would increase your revenue by that amount.

I’m not at all fussed about the revenue side of it though. Like I said I never believed that the statement would prove to be true. I believe I mentioned in that post that even if I didn’t “Make 10 times your investment back within 60 days” I wasn’t going to ask for my money back because I liked what the One Click Video Ranker provided for me. A greater SEO ability to improve my sites ranking. I also discovered something else about the One Click Video Ranker.

We all know how Google dislikes broken links. I think its safe to say that your visitors detest broken links even more because they don’t like being directed to sites that no longer exist. I believe the same to be true when it comes to videos. How many videos do you have on your blog that no longer exist or work? How would you know without physically checking every post that had a video in it?

One Click Video Ranker Finds Broken Video

Yep, and I don’t even think that the developer knows the One Click Video Ranker has that added feature. If he does I don’t think he’s promoting it. I only discovered it today when I was checking the Sports Betting Video Sitemap.

One Click Video Ranker

The above screen capture shows there seems to be a problem with two of my videos. After checking the first video got this error message.

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The second video simply said This video does not exist! Because of the 1-click Video ranker plugin I was able to easily find those nasty ‘broken video’ so I could resolve what could have been an annoying problem for my readers.

 

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  1. Twitter:
    Sounds like a useful plug-in, but yes, the claims do seem unrealistic. That broken video link detector is a great side feature though. Most of the broken links I get are from videos.
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    1. Twitter:
      Hey Debbie,
      it seems that stretching the truth by a mile or two seems to be a standard marketing ploy these days. I’m still keeping the plugin because I like what it does and the price was more than reasonable.
      Peter Pelliccia recently posted…Make Money OnlineMy Profile

  2. You’re right, that’s one hell of an claim for a website plugin. How a plugin will improve SEO and increase traffic I don’t know. But if it has other benefits that you’re happy with then it’s worth the money.


  3. Twitter:
    So at the end of the day do you think it a usefull plugin and worth the cash?


    1. Twitter:
      I think so Troy, especially if your blog has a lot of videos. I love the way it allows me to change the description and title of the video so I can make it more SEO relevant to the post.
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      1. Twitter:
        I am thinking to put more videos in my blog so def something to look into. Thanks


  4. Twitter:
    Great tips, sire, about changing the video description and titles to make them more SEO-relevant.
    It’s strange what positive comes out of a seemingly underwhelming purchase.
    Thanks for sharing your experience.


  5. Twitter:
    Great followup and of course, as always, love the honesty about the plugin. I don’t think I’ll pay for a plugin that’s going to find broken links; I’d rather take my chances, which I do, but I also find a lot of them on my own thank goodness.
    Mitch Mitchell recently posted…Why You Need Articles On Your WebsiteMy Profile


    1. Twitter:
      Hey Mitch, even though the promises are way over the top I still believe that the plugin has SEO merits.

      As for the broken video links. I think that $10 for a single license, I bought the multi-site license, is well worth it considering how much time it saves me. Time is money my man and I’m all for paying for a plugin if it makes the job easier for me.
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