How To Join Google Hangouts
– Search Engine Optimization training and strategies that work.

Google Hangouts are a fun and amazing way to network and collaborate online. And they are quite easy to use once you’re setup properly.

In this video I show how easy it is to get setup to join Google Hangouts. There are only a few steps that you need to take to get ready:

1. Google account (Gmail)
2. Install the Hangout plugin
3. Webcam and microphone (headphones)
4. High speed internet connection

Then be sure to give you Gmail address to the person that is initiating the Hangout so they can send you the invitation.

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Changing the Yoast RSS Feed Back to Dofollow
– Search Engine Optimization training and strategies that work.

In this video I show how to quickly and easily change the Yoast SEO RSS Feed settings back so that the attribution links are dofollow links.

In November of 2013, the Yoast developers decided that they were going to hard code the attribution link with the nofollow attribute. And they didn’t give us an option!

Well, if you’re intentionally syndicating your content for SEO purposes and your using your RSS feed to do it, then this has reduced the effectiveness of the inbound links produced by your feed.

So I have found a way to fix this with very little effort. This video will show you how.

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How To SEO: Domain Authority | Semantic Mastery

How To SEO: Domain Authority –
– (855) 248-6633 – Semantic Mastery

1. When you are talking about Domain Authority, what are you really referring to?

Domain Authority is a measure of the strength of a domain. It’s a metric that covers the entire domain including all pages and subdomains.

It takes into account many factors such as referring domains, inbound link count, link quality, and many others. Moz uses over 40 signals to calculate Domain Authority.

Another way to think about it is it’s kind of like a measurement of a domain’s popularity and what it can get away with.

Google sets rules that websites must pass to appear high in the search results. A site with little or no DA, such as with a brand new site, has the strictest set of rules that it must follow.

Conversely, a site with a really high DA generally has much more leeway since a level of trust or authority has already been established.

Consider this, 3 of the most popular sites on the web are, FB, & YouTube. They each have a perfect DA which is a score of 100. That’s why it’s so much easier to rank a blog, a FB page, or a YT video (relative to a new webpage).

We know that you can build links to these types of properties much more aggressively without having to worry too much about getting slapped. We can build way more links, way faster, and be much more targeted with our anchor text and these properties will rank very quickly.

Try that with a new website and you’re almost guaranteed to get punished, if not de-indexed.

So in other words, the higher the DA, the more abuse the property can withstand.

2. How is this different from Page Rank?

Well if you mean Page Rank, that is Google’s proprietary scoring system which has been the Gold Standard for SEO purposes for many years.

PR is an older scoring system, in fact it was Google’s first. It uses similar signals to determine the importance of a web page. PR was a page based metric which is similar to Moz’s Page Authority measurement.

The problem with PR is that it has been historically easy to manipulate, whereas DA isn’t.

3. How does DA influence rankings?

All things being equal, a page on a high DA site will outrank a page on a site with low DA.
Again, we go back to the common knowledge of how simple it is to rank a page or a YT video.

So the trick is to learn how DA effects how a page rnks and how we can utilize this knowledge to our advantage.

4. How can Semantic Mastery help others use use Domain Authority better?

We have some case studies being developed that go into more detail and we will also show how to take advantage of the perfect and near perfect DA sites for our own benefit.

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Gainesville, VA 20156
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How To SEO: YouTube & Hangouts SEO & Silo Structure | Semantic Mastery
– Semantic Mastery

This week in the Semantic Mastery series we take a look at how YouTube fits into and plays its part in the Semantic Web or Web 3.0 as perhaps it’s better known.

Our expert is Semantic Mastery Supremo Bradley Benner who tells me there’s a lot more to YouTube than just videos.

So on that note, we’re going to dig deep into Google Hangouts and ranking them as well as YouTube Silo Structures.

How To SEO: Content Syndication & Automation | Semantic Mastery

Semantic Mastery started life in 2013 in order to pioneer the ‘New SEO’ also known as Web 3.0 or the Semantic Web.

In this Hangout, Semantic Mastery Supremo Bradley Benner talks about Content Syndication and Automation.

If you think automation is dead in the Web 3.0 world of ‘politically correct SEO’ then you’re in for a big surprise.

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How To SEO: Website Silo Architecture | Semantic Mastery
– Semantic Mastery

Quentin: So, Bradley, most of our listeners will have heard of siloing a website, but just to be clear what exactly is siloing?

Bradley: That’s a question we get a lot. Siloing is a way to build a website by stacking keywords into a theme or silo. In other words, it’s a way to organize data into a theme, also known as clustering. It works like this. You take the highest level keyword that you want to rank for, which is usually the most competitive and you make that the silo heading or the landing page or the top of the silo. Then you create content using related keywords, LSI keywords, generally more long tail, less competitive. And you place that content within the corresponding silo. The idea is to categorize the content to reinforce a specific theme which then helps all of the content to rank with the desired terms.

Quentin: Okay, well, I talked at the start about the fact that there are two basic types. These are called physical and virtual silos, but what’s that mean exactly?

Bradley: The difference between a physical and a virtual silo is really in the URL structure. A physical silo can be seen in the actual structure to the URL fort to the page in the post on the site. You’ll see the link set up as parent and child pages or it can also be done with categories if you’re using posts instead of pages. So the supporting articles would be the child pages of the parent or the silo heading. A virtual silo is accomplished using internal links, but not within the actual physical URL structure. For example, from the silo heading you would link to the supporting articles and then from within the content of the supporting articles you would link back up to the silo heading. And if it makes sense, you can also link to other supporting articles within that silo. You just wouldn’t see that in the silo structure in the actual URL to the content itself.

Quentin: Pretty good stuff, eh? So we know that Semantic mastery is all about testing real concepts, not theory and then seeing what happens. Can you let us know what you’ve discovered, especially how non siloed sites compared to siloed sites? And more importantly which types of silo actually win?

Bradley: What we have discovered is that siloed tend to rank much faster and easier than a non siloed. But it’s more than that, it’s also more visitor friendly. When you stack concepts or themes together in a very fluid manner, it makes it easier to understand for both human, or visitors, and machines, which would be search engines. Siloed sites when done correctly rank with only a fraction of inbound links than a non siloed site would require. What I’ve seen through my own testing of both physical and virtual siloed sites, tend to rank equally as well. I think for machine purposes, it a little bit stronger to have a physical silo method, but as far as for ranking purposed alone, I’ve seen both of them rank equally as well.

Quentin: Yes, yes. I mean information like this is priceless. So how exactly is Semantic Mastery going to deliver results like this to the world? And how are you going to demonstrate the things that we really need to know? The step by step processes involved in creating stuff like this?

Bradley: One of our major case studies of the year is going to be this exact topic here. Where we’re going to basically create a case study using three different websites that we’re going to start from scratch. All things being equal, we’re going to try to keep all things equal as far as using a kind of a brand-able type domain name so that it’s not an exact match to a name, not a keyword registered name. We are going to pick a specific niche and we’re going to target that one niche. And we’re going to build three sites around it. One which will be a traditional or old school type site, a non siloed site. And then we’re going to have two siloed sites. One being a physical silo method and one being a virtual silo method. And we’re going to try to keep all of the inbound links the same, relatively close anyways in social signals. All of the on page factors will be the same other than the silo structure itself. And we’re going to track the results. And throughout the entire process from setting up the sites to the link building that we do and social signals and all that. We are going to record it all, document it via video and share our results.

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How To SEO: Training & Case Studies | Semantic Mastery

Semantic Mastery started life in 2013 in order to pioneer the ‘New SEO’ also known as Web 3.0 or the Semantic Web.

In this Hangout, co-founder and Semantic Mastery visionary Bradley Benner talks about the organisation and how it came together.

In the past, common questions such as ‘how to SEO’ were fairly simple to answer and Online SEO training was easy to find (although often very misleading).

This hangout explores what has changed and why SEO practices must change now. Sticking with the ‘same old same old’ no longer works and those who do not change face a bleak future.

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Heating Repair Johns Island – (843) 834-0607 – Passion Heating and Air

Heating Repair Johns Island –
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Best SEO in Gainesville VA | (540) 216-0670 | Bradley Benner

Best SEO in Gainesville VA | (540) 216-0670 | Bradley Benner

As an owner of a online marketing and SEO company, I spend a lot of time consulting with Gainesville, Virginia business owners about how to effectively market themselves using search engine optimization. As such, I have developed a knack for teaching and coaching SEO as well.

I have since started an SEO mastermind group and I provide private coaching to some of the members. In fact, little video is just a demonstration of some of the things that are possible when you understand how to leverage the tools that Google provides us with.

So in summary, if you’re looking for the best SEO in Gainesville VA, just shoot me a call and I’d be happy to setup a brief consultation to assess your current Gainesville SEO needs and then design a custom plan that will take you to where you want to be.

Bradley Benner
Best SEO in Gainesville VA
(540) 216-0670

Asheville Marketing Solutions | (828) 484-1760 | Marketing Asheville NC

Asheville Marketing Solutions –

Dawn Chitwood of Asheville Marketing Solutions describes her business, what she feels are the most effective strategies, and why Asheville area businesses should choose her for their online marketing needs.

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Asheville Marketing Solutions
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