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“Video Marketing Blueprint�

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The Blogging Institute My name is Alexis Kenne and I’m the owner of TheBloggingInstitute.com . Over the last few months I’ve gone from being a LOSER affiliate to finally starting on the path of becoming a SUPER AFFILIATE and Expert Blogger! I shared some of my experiences on my blog I quickly realized how important was a mailing list in an online business. I then did everything to learn in the shortest time possible to send a ton of free targeted traffic to my main site at HomeBusinessFirePower.com and to my blog plus by making some small split tweaks to my conversions (opt-in rates) I’ve also managed to capitalize on the amount of traffic I do get. More Traffic = More Opt-ins = More Sales If you are struggling to get traffic to your site and /or struggling to make money online then I can help. Check out my site for access to my free affiliate marketing success kit, or visit my blog for some of the hottest affiliate marketing and traffic driving tips.

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Table of Contents An Introduction To Video Marketing

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Quick-Start Guide To Video Marketing

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How To Quickly & Easily Create Videos That Will Get Watched

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5 Tactics For Generating Traffic From Viral Videos

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Video Submission Services Compared

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3 Tips For Optimizing Your Videos

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How To Drive Traffic To Your Videos

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Will Your Video Appear On Page 1 Of Google?

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How To Get Your Video Ranked In The Search Engines

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3 Steps To Make Your Video Dominate A Keyword Phrase

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Recommended Resources

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The Blogging Institute An Introduction To Video Marketing Video marketing is basically the process of using video to promote your products, services, websites, or whatever else you want to direct your audience's attention to. Sites like YouTube and Vimeo make it easy to share your videos, and because they have such large audiences, it gives you a chance to get it in front of a huge number of people. Don't get hung up on the idea of creating videos though. You don't need to have your own production studio and create Superbowl-quality commercials to market yourself with video. In fact, sometimes a "low budget" video is going to have much better results than a highly polished one. There are lots of ways to create video, but the easiest (and lowest cost) for anyone who's new to it is screen capture. Software like Camstudio and Camtasia on Windows, or Screenflow on the Mac lets you record whatever's on your screen, as well as you narrating it. You can use these videos to record a walkthrough of a product that you're selling, a demonstration of a software tool that you're promoting as an affiliate or even just a simple presentation explaining the topic. The Benefits There are several benefits of using video in your marketing plan. First, because video is a huge part of the internet now - and getting bigger every day - people are beginning to expect it. Download Your $97 Gift >>>> Here


The Blogging Institute And a lot of people would prefer to watch a short video rather than read a long article about whatever topic you're covering. The search engines are also giving more weight to videos in their results. And those videos generate a pretty high clickthrough rate because it has a higher perceived value, plus they're probably already familiar with the site it's on (like YouTube). That means that even if your own website ranks in the number one spot on Google, if there's a video displayed right below it, chances are you're losing a lot of traffic to that video. Why not try to own both spots - number one AND that video? You're going to get a heck of a lot more traffic that way. Another big factor is using video to market your products and websites is social media. People on sites like Facebook and Twitter are always looking to be entertained. If you drop in with a link to some promotion on your website, or an affiliate link of some sort, you're going to be fighting an uphill battle to get people to click on it. But if you can post an interesting or funny video, it's going to have a lot better chance of being watched. And once people are watching it, they're more open to the information you're sharing. Which means including the URL to your website or some other call-to-action in the video will result in a much better response rate in most cases. Video marketing is definitely here to stay. Even if it makes you uncomfortable, dip your toe in the water and start making

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Quick-Start Guide To Video Marketing Video marketing is a great way to generate more traffic to your website, and it's becoming bigger every day. Video is really the next "big thing" on the internet, so you need to make sure you're hitched to that wagon. A lot of people think video is complicated and hard to create, but it doesn't have to be. Sure, if you want to create a greenscreen studio and do live videos of yourself it's going to take some skills (and money) to set up. But that's not the best option for most people anyway. You need to have a pretty good feel for how your audience will react to your video to make these types successfully. A much more effective way to create video for most marketers is screen capture. Using software like Camstudio, Camtasia or Screenflow (for the Mac) you can record what's showing on your computer screen. You can do live demos of your products, walkthrough tours of websites, or even record yourself going through a presentation about your topic. This can work whether you're selling your own products or promoting other people's stuff as an affiliate. Leveraging Your Videos

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The Blogging Institute Once your video is done and uploaded to a sharing site like YouTube (or more effectively, a whole bunch of video sharing sites) it's fun to watch the views increase. But that's not the ultimate goal. Sure, it's great to get more and more views on your videos, but the ultimate goal is to get people from there over to your website, where you can sell them something, get them signed up for your email list, get a click on your Adsense, or whatever else you actually want them to do. By including the URL for your website in the video itself and in the description, you will get a certain percentage of viewers who click through to your site. And the better your call-to-action for the click, the higher that percentage will be. Of course, getting those viewers is the tricky part, so let's look at a few tips for increasing views. Getting Viewers Getting traffic to your videos is similar to any other website. You want to include your keywords in the video title and description, to help get it ranked in the search engines. If your video is shown in the Google results when people search for your keyword, it WILL get good clickthroughs. Video is still new enough that it really grabs people's attention. Promoting your video to your mailing list or on your own website can also help. This will help to increase the views - and hopefully the comments - which will in turn help the video rank higher. It's kind of a snowball effect, and if it snowballs enough, the video might become viral, which is when the views will really take off.

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The Blogging Institute When people start sharing a video with their friends, and those people do the same (and so on, and so on, and so on) you'll have more traffic than you ever imagined possible. Having a video go viral isn't easy, but if you create unique and interesting content, with a "hook" that gets people interested, it will have a much better chance at it.

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The Blogging Institute How To Quickly & Easily Create Videos That Will Get Watched If you spend much time on YouTube or any other video sharing site, you'll see a lot of videos that are almost painful to watch. Poor sound quality, low quality picture and other technical issues are common, but even worse a lot of videos are just plain boring. Let's look at a few things you can do to avoid these problems. The first thing you want to remember is that most of the people who watch your videos have a pretty short attention span. You might think you're sharing a ton of useful information in that 15 minute opus, but the people watching it will never know if they click away after 20 seconds. Short and sweet is always better. If you have a lot of information to share, break it up into multiple videos. People will probably watch more if the first one is interesting and useful, but getting your "foot in the door" with the first one is a lot easier if it's shorter. Breaking your content in to multiple videos has another big advantage as well - it gives you multiple chances to get found by your target audience instead of just one. Another factor in creating good videos is the presentation quality of the video itself. This doesn't mean you have to be an expert in video production, but it does mean you should put a little extra effort into making something watchable.

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The Blogging Institute One of the most valuable things you can do is to create a basic script or outline of what you want to get across in the video, and then stick to it when you record it. You constantly see people who are obviously just "winging it" when they record the video, and it winds up being full of ums and ahs, and it runs twice as long as necessary to get the point across. Branding your videos is also helpful, especially if you're going to be creating them on an ongoing basis for the same market. Sites like iStockphoto.com and Bigstockphoto.com offer stock video clips as well as just images. Using one of these types of clips as an intro to your video will help people recognize you over time, and can also help to improve the overall production value. Another way to improve the viewing experience for your videos, at least when you're embedding them on your own sites, it to use a custom skin. The YouTube controls are pretty basic, and while they work fine and people are familiar with them, using a custom player on your own sites can really improve the experience for the viewer. At least, it can make it seem to be better. The fact is, the video will still be the same, but sometimes it's all about the presentation. The type of video you create will have some bearing on how "watchable" it is too. Not everybody is comfortable in front of a camera, and because you usually don't have a live audience when you're recording, it can be hard to "read" what your viewers think.

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The Blogging Institute If you're not comfortable (or experienced) with live action videos, it's usually best to start with screen capture software like Camtasia or Camstudio until you get more experience under your belt.

5 Tactics For Generating Traffic From Viral Videos Video marketing is a bit of a double-edged sword for a lot of internet marketers - they know it works great, but they get stuck when it comes to creating the video. It doesn't have to be that hard though. With a few easy-to-use tools you can be creating your own videos in no time. Below are 5 strategies for making videos and getting traffic to them to help them go viral - driving a bunch of traffic (and hopefully income!) to your website. Tip #1 - The Subject Of Your Video The first step - before you create anything - is to decide what topic you're going to cover in the video. The more controversial you make it, the more likely it will be to go viral. This doesn't have to be a bunch of hype though. If the video takes a strong opinion on the topic, no matter what side of the fence you're on you'll have people who both agree and disagree with you.

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The Blogging Institute Those are the people who are most likely to respond and share the video - the ones who either feel the same way, or disagree strongly. Tip #2 - Creating The Video You don't need to make an Oscar-worthy film to get a lot of traffic. A simple screen capture video, showing how to do something, demoing a product you're promoting or walking the viewer through a Powerpoint presentation are all effective techniques. If you're on a budget, start with a free program like Camstudio or download the 30 day trial of Camtasia. Either of them will get you up and running at no cost. Camstudio - http://camstudio.org Camtasia - http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia Fire up the video software and hit record, then simply record yourself going through the subject you're covering. And remember to keep it short and sweet. People are much more likely to sit through a 2 minute video than a 10 minute opus! Tip #3 - Posting The Video YouTube is the "800 pound gorilla" of video sharing sites, so you definitely want to post your video there. But there are lots of other sites that also have a pretty good sized following, so it's worth taking the time to submit to several of the larger sites, such as: - Vimeo Download Your $97 Gift >>>> Here


The Blogging Institute - Google Video - Metacafe - Revver - Stickam Tip #4 - Promoting Your Video The next step is to get the word out about your video. There are several ways to do this, including: - Facebook - Twitter - Your email list - Your blog Basically, anywhere you have a group of people following your updates, send them a link to your video. Ask them to comment on it, click the "Like" button and subscribe to your channel. These actions all help the video go viral quicker, because it will end up being shared with all your friends' friends. And hopefully those people do the same, reaching more and more people all the time. This is exactly how a video reaches "critical mass." Tip #5 - Rinse & Repeat Let's be honest - not every video you post is going to be a big hit. So the real "secret" to reaching that point is to keep at it. Post new videos. Interact with people who are commenting on your existing ones. Keep promoting the older ones along with your newer ones.

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The Blogging Institute If you follow this process on a consistent basis, your videos will get views, comments and likes and some will reach that tipping point. Which will wind up driving more traffic to your websites and ultimately help you make more money from them!

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The Blogging Institute Video Submission Services Compared If you're doing much video marketing, it won't take long until you reach the point where you just don't have time to get them submitted to all the different sites out there. Which leaves you with a couple of options - reduce the number of video sharing sites you submit to or automate the process somehow to reduce the time required. Reducing the number of sites you submit to probably isn't the best choice. Sure, YouTube is the 800 pound gorilla of video sites, but there are still plenty of others that get pretty good traffic. Why would you want to leave that extra traffic on the table? Besides, it's not only viewers for your videos - there's the search engine side of things as well. Having your videos on more sites gives you more opportunities to have them displayed in the search results, right? Automating the process to reduce the time required is a much better option. This lets you scale up your video marketing without the time factor scaling along with it. Let's look at a few of the most popular options for video submission services. TubeMogul Tube Mogul is one of the most widely used, in part because they offer a free membership option. http://www.tubemogul.com Download Your $97 Gift >>>> Here


The Blogging Institute It will submit your video to a dozen or more sites automatically. You only need to upload it once - to Tube Mogul. They handle everything from there. And on top of the submission service, they also offer analytics for your videos so you can see how they're performing once they hit the video sites. Tube Mogul also offers paid plans that add extra features, one of which we should point out here. The free version of Tube Mogul limits the video content to non-commercial only - to distribute commercial content you need to be on one of the paid plans. Exactly what is considered "commercial" varies, but if you're doing any kind of selling in your video, chances are that would fall under the commercial status. So make sure you're working within their terms of service if you don't want your account to get shut down! Desktop Submission Tools There are several applications that run on your computer and automate the submissions process to multiple video sites. The most widely used is probably Video Post Robot, but they are currently closed to new members. If you want to get on their notification list to find out when they re-open to the public, you can do that here: http://www.videopostrobot.com Video Upload Pro is another option. It's currently prices at $95 a one-time fee with no monthly membership cost after you've purchased it.

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The Blogging Institute http://www.videouploadpro.com A third, and less costly, option is Incansoft's VideoBot which is prices at $29.95. Incansoft makes a number of "bots" for submitting to RSS aggregators, directories, press release sites and more. Their applications all include lifetime upgrades, so this is one of the most cost-effective desktop tools. http://www.incansoft.com/IS0032.php Outsourcing The final option for "automating" your video submissions is to outsource the work to a virtual assistant, or even on a case-bycase basis through sites like Fiverr.com or Elance.com. Because submitting videos is a fairly straightforward process, and doesn't require any kind of writing or editing, language barriers and other such things don't really factor into it. So you can find people from countries like the Philippines and India who will do this work for what seems like a pittance, to us in North America at least. By automating or outsourcing your video submissions, you'll free up your time to do more of the important work - creating more videos and marketing your websites and products.

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The Blogging Institute 3 Tips For Optimizing Your Videos A lot of the stuff you read about video marketing makes it sound like something out of the movie Field of Dreams - "build it and they will come." Internet video is definitely growing by leaps and bounds but that doesn't mean it's a magical solution to getting traffic to your sites. In fact, it's almost the opposite - there are so many new videos being uploaded every day that it's getting harder and harder to get views. Unless you know how to optimize your videos properly, that is. Let's look at three things you can do to increase the views for your videos, and in turn the traffic that winds up coming to your own website. 1. Keyword Optimization It might seem a little strange to talk about keyword optimization when you're dealing with video. After all, the search engines aren't able to pick out the words you're saying in the video itself (yet!) But think about how most video sharing sites like YouTube and Vimeo set up the video pages. There's a title, a description and a filename for your video sound a lot like the things you would optimize on a typical textbased website, doesn't it? If you want to get your video ranked in the search engines, to generate more views and ultimately more click-throughs to your own website, make sure you use targeted keywords in these three places: Download Your $97 Gift >>>> Here


The Blogging Institute - The title of your video - The description of your video (use it early in the description, and possibly a couple of times, depending on the length) - The filename of your video as it's saved on your computer Most people who upload videos don't do any kind of optimization, so doing this will instantly propel you past a huge chunk of your competition. 2. Tags Tags are another place where you can use related keywords to help optimize your videos. This gives you an opportunity to add more related keywords without making your title or description sound awkward. After all, you want them to be readable by real people, not just a bunch of keywords for the search engines to spider. One of the most effective ways to use tags to optimize your videos is to look at some of the most popular videos that are related to yours, and see what tags they're using. If you can use some of the same ones on yours, it will help increase the chances that your video will be shown in the "related videos" that most sites show after one finishes. Fortunately this kind of competitive research is easy to do, since the video sites show all the tags right below every video. 3. Build Backlinks Building backlinks to your videos is the third tip. Again, it sounds a lot like what you would do to optimize any page on your own website, doesn't it?

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The Blogging Institute You can use all the same techniques to generate backlinks to your videos that you would to generate backlinks to any other page - article marketing, social bookmarking, etc. Use anchor text links just like any other page, and vary them a bit so there isn't an obvious "SEO" footprint to the search engines. Optimizing your videos isn't really all that much different than optimizing any other page. You probably already know a lot of the techniques, it's just a matter of getting out there and implementing them!

How To Drive Traffic To Your Videos Driving traffic to your videos is really not that much different from driving traffic to any other page. There are a couple of methods that are unique to video, but the good news is that you probably know how to do 90% of this stuff already. The thing to remember about videos is that the search engines are not able to index the content of the videos themselves, at least not yet. That means that you have a fairly limited number of things that you can do to increase their search rank - and those things are all fundamental to optimizing any web page. You want to target keywords with decent search volume and relatively low competition to get the fastest natural search traffic. Use your keyword phrase in the title of the video, the description and in the filename of the video you upload to sites like YouTube. These are really the only parts of the video page you have control over, so make the most of them. Build backlinks to your videos the same as you would to any other page, using your keywords for the anchor text. This will Download Your $97 Gift >>>> Here


The Blogging Institute help the video get ranked in the search engines, which is one of the ways you'll get traffic to it. Another important part of driving traffic is to promote the video to your own network as much as possible. That means you might send a link to the video in one of the emails you send to your list, you could share it on sites like Facebook and Twitter and maybe embed it on your own blog. This is sending traffic that you already "own" to some degree, but it will help to increase your video's view and (hopefully) comments, which in turn helps it to rank higher in the search results on the video site itself. Over time, this has a bit of a snowball effect, with more views and comments increasing the rank and in turn generating more views. Once this process reaches a tipping point, the video can go viral, at which point the traffic will really take off. Another traffic method that's kind of unique to video marketing is using "video responses" to get more traffic. Many of the video sharing sites let you post a video as a response to another video that's already on the site. These responses get displayed under the existing video, where a lot of people will see it when they watch the original one. The key to making this process work is to post responses to popular videos. If you respond to a video that only has a handful of views, it's not going to get a heck of a lot of exposure. But if you respond to a video that gets hundreds or thousands of views a day, you will get a pretty good amount of traffic clicking through on yours.

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The Blogging Institute The bottom line is that simply posting a video isn't enough. You need to do some promotion for it if you want to drive traffic, at least until it takes on a life of its own.

Will Your Video Appear On Page 1 Of Google? After all that keyword research you've done, then finding out the competition, you're ready to start creating videos optimized for each keyword phrase. Surely they are going to easily rank, in Google -- right? Unfortunately not all of them are. Expecting these kind of results will only lead to frustration. There needs to be one extra step in the keyword research phase. You need to KNOW that it's possible to rank an optimized video for one particular keyword phrase, before you start putting in the effort of creating the video.

How to tell? In order to tell if it's going to be possible to rank your video for a particular phrase, you need to check manually. Copy and paste one of your researched keyword phrases into Google. Any video listings in the search results? If there aren't, you should forget trying to rank a video for that phrase, it may never happen. For example. At the time of writing this article, there were no videos for the phrase: "tea tree oil uses". Even though there were hundreds of videos listed in Google (check by using the "Videos" tab), Google chose not to rank any of them in the first page of the search results. Download Your $97 Gift >>>> Here


The Blogging Institute Now, from this point, you could either dismiss this phrase and try another from your list, or "play around" with the phrase a little. Add or take away words to the keyword phrase to see if any videos appear.

Understanding why Google ranks some videos, but not others... Try to understand things from Google's viewpoint. They only want to display a video in the search results if it is going to be useful to the searcher. To continue the above example, after adding the word "directions" to the phrase, (so it would be: "tea tree oil uses directions") videos appeared in the search results. If the competition was a little easier, it would be a good idea to go ahead and make a video, and optimize it for that phrase.

Optimizing for your keyword phrase Continuing this, sometimes the videos themselves give a hint on other keyword phrases that could possibly be ranked for. After typing in "tea tree oil uses directions", videos appeared at the bottom of the page in Google. The title of the videos that appeared was "Soap Making Instructions - Tea Tree Oil Soap", so they were not much related to the phrase I typed in. Going a step further, I pasted in "tea tree oil soap instructions". Much better - videos were ranking at position number 2 instead of the bottom of the page. This would be the best keyword phrase to now optimize the video for. If you are concentrating on gaining search engine traffic from video marketing, using the above technique will be a very

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The Blogging Institute useful factor in determining whether it would be worthwhile in creating a video. It may add an extra step to your keyword research, but the initial efforts will pay off in the long run, and avoid frustration.

How To Get Your Video Ranked In The Search Engines If you're using video to market your website, chances are part of your strategy is to get the videos themselves ranking well. When a video shows up in the search results, whether on Google or any other search engine, it catches the searcher's eye and will often get more clicks than even the first result. Let's look at some ways to get those videos ranked well. The first tip is to spread your videos out over as many sites as possible. Instead of just submitting to one or two of the biggest video sites - usually YouTube - submit to as many as you can. You can do this manually, or you can use a submission service like TubeMogul or software like Video Upload Pro. The more places your video is uploaded, the more chances it has of being found and ranked in the search engines. When you submit to multiple sites, you can optimize your videos in a couple of ways. You can target the same keywords on every site, and hope that one (or sometimes more than one) will get ranked. Or you can submit the same video to multiple sites, but optimize each one for different keywords, hoping to get the same video ranked for different search terms from each site. Download Your $97 Gift >>>> Here


The Blogging Institute As for optimizing your videos for specific keywords, there are several ways to do this: - The title of the video - The description content - The filename of the video itself Remember that the search engines aren't able to pick out keywords and other content from the video itself, so the text around it is what really counts. Use the keyword phrase you're targeting in the title of the video and the description, just the way you would if you were writing an article or blog post. And the filename of the video isn't displayed on the page, but it is shown in the HTML source code so it can also have some effect on your rankings. Ideally, look for keywords that have less than 50,000 competing pages (video or otherwise) with competition under 20,000 being even better. Another important factor for good ranking is backlinks. In fact, this is probably the most important piece of the puzzle, particularly when it comes to Google. Because there is so little opportunity for you to do "on-page" optimization on video sharing sites, the backlinks pointing to your video are going to play a big part in telling the search engines what it's about. Use all the same methods you would for any other page to build backlinks to your videos: - Article marketing - Social bookmarking - Backlink services / blog networks - etc. Download Your $97 Gift >>>> Here


The Blogging Institute Embedding your videos on your own sites can also help build links back to them, as well as generate more views and comments. Those views and comments can help with your ranking in another important search engine - the video sites themselves. Sites like YouTube have a huge number of searches being done right on the site, so don't overlook the potential here. The more views and comments your video has, the higher it will rank in the search results right on the video sites. More activity = better rankings. Most people just submit the video and forget it, hoping it's going to send traffic to their sites. If you do a little bit of optimization and promotion for your videos, you're going to be way ahead of most of your competition.

3 Steps To Make Your Video Dominate A Keyword Phrase Getting your video to the top of the search engines can really give the traffic to it a boost. Video stands out in the search results, and can get a high clickthrough rate even if it isn't in the number one position. Let's look at three steps you can take to make your video dominate the search results for your keywords. 1. Choose the Right Keywords

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The Blogging Institute The first step is to choose the right keywords to target. You want to find something that has a decent amount of search volume, but not too many competing pages - just like any other web page you create. Another important part of choosing the right keywords is identifying ones that have other videos that are already ranking. This gives you a target to research, to figure out how much work it's going to take to get your video ranking in place of the current one. If you find a video in the results for a potential keyword, do some competitive analysis on it: - See how it is optimized for keywords in the title, description, etc. - How many views and/or comments does it have? - Run a backlink analysis to see how many backlinks it has, and from what type of sites (and what Pagerank those pages have). This can be done with tools such as Backlink Watch or the SEO Quake plugin for Firefox. If you find that the videos that are currently ranking are going to be hard to bump out with your own, move onto the next keyword and keep looking for the low-hanging fruit. 2. Backlinking You don't have much control over the on-page SEO factors for your videos so it's critical that you get backlinks pointing to it, with keyword-focused anchor text, if you want to drive your videos up the rankings. You can use all the same methods you would use to get backlinks to any other page:

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The Blogging Institute - Blog commenting - Article marketing - Social bookmarking - Backlink services / blog networks - etc. One thing that you do have a little more flexibility with for your videos is the number of links you build, and how quickly. Sites like YouTube.com already have so many links pointing to them that another few hundred isn't going to raise any red flags with the search engines the way it might for your own site. This gives you more opportunity to use services like Unique Article Wizard or any other submission service that can generate dozens or even hundreds of links in a short period of time. 3. RSS Submission and Syndication Virtually all of the video sharing sites will automatically generate RSS feeds for your videos. You can take these feeds and submit them to the various RSS aggregators, either manually or with software like RSS Submit or RSSBot. This has two advantages. First, each of those aggregators will wind up with links pointing back to your video, increasing the number of backlinks. And second, your feed may be picked up by other marketers who are using market-related feeds to generate content on their own sites. This will also create more links pointing back to your videos.

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The Blogging Institute Making your video dominate the search results for your keyword phrase is going to take a bit of work, but it's not complicated. And once you see the resulting traffic, you'll be glad you put in that little extra bit of effort.

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