I'm working on a deal with a local biz. I'm having trouble figuring out how to set a realistic expectation for traffic. I don't want to over promise and under deliver, but don't want to aim too low and perhaps lose the deal either.
The business is in a large city but inside of a small suburb. I told him that the best thing is to set up multiple sites (on subdomains) for each of the smaller suburbs and then go after the big city term. I know that Keyword Planner is not an organic SEO tool but my fear is that the suburbs (using the geo modifier) get next to no searches while the big city (using the geo modifer) gets over 300 per month according to the KWP.
When I was going over this with biz owner I told him that if we rank the sites for the smaller suburbs, if people in those suburbs are searching without the geo modifier that his site would show up because google shows what is nearest to the searcher if all they do is type in the service or if they're searching from their phone. That sounds good, but is that correct? I basically pulled that out of you know where.
Should I go this route or should I just go after the big city term right out the gate? My fear is wasting time and resources ranking the smaller suburbs and not getting any traffic. This is only my second client so I'm still a bit nervous when it comes to setting expectations.
Hey guys – have a 2 tier IFTTT network purchased from you guys which is triggered by a YouTube channel. My plan is to add an additional 2-4… 2 tier IFTTT networks to it. My question is… does the Tier 1 network of any additional IFTTT networks added to the original also need to be branded like the Tier 1 in the original IFTTT network was or can all the additional Tier 1 networks just be persona based?
Adam: Hey, everybody. Welcome to Hump Day Hangouts with Semantic Mastery. Of course, it is episode 52. We've made it a year. Luckily, nothing horrible happened in the last week so we were able to make it here today. Today is the 28th of October and of course we've got everybody here for this episode. How's it going, Chris?
Chris: Hello, Adam. How is everybody doing?
Adam: Good, good. Hernan, how are you doing?
Bradley: Hernan is muted.
Adam: Oh, right.
Hernan: Hey, [inaudible 00:00:26] everyone.
Adam: I'm sorry. Marco, what's up?
Marco: Hey, everybody. Happy to be here.
Adam: Bradley, how's it going, man.
Bradley: Excited to be here at 52 weeks in a row, guys. That's unheard of. I'm really proud of us for being able to do that without missing a single week. We'll probably be bragging about this for months to come.
Adam: Every Wednesday you'll get to hear.
Bradley: There's no more Hump Day Hangouts after today. No. We're going to keep it going. We've got one scheduled week off next month but beyond that, as far as I know we're just going to keep on rolling. We enjoy doing this. This is our way of giving back to our students as well. This business has been good to us and we all enjoy that. I know we do.
Thanks for everybody being here for this special episode. I know Adam's got a couple of more announcements and then we'll get right into questions because there's already a ton of them. Go ahead, Adam.
Adam: Yeah, hopefully everybody heard about the contest we had. We sent out the emails over the past few days. We posted in the groups so hopefully you guys got in there and got a chance to sign up. We just drew the winners so going to just go down the list here. We've got a six-month master class worth lots of money. It says on the page but the winner of that is RK. It is [email protected] You will be getting an email with that. We'll be contacting you shortly.
The second prize was one month of Video Powerhouse. This is our video embed network that we've been talking about that we had a limited release to our MasterMIND members. This isn't even available publicly right now. The lucky winner there is Lawrence Heraldo, [email protected] We'll be contacting you shortly and last but not least [crosstalk 00:02:13]. What's up?
I am using a local theme for my site and it has structured data built into theme but after adding my own JSON i now see Organization Data, Local Business Data, Website data, and my custom JSON Financial Service Business data in the google markup tester. Is it ok that there is an Organization, local business, and website structured data being found in my markup or should it only be finding my custom Financial Service Data? I created the Financial myself but not sure how the other categories got there, if they should be showing, or if by them showing it is affecting my rankings?
In the Episode 52 of the weekly Hump Day Hangouts, someone asked us about the best ways in improving the page authority (PA) of web 2.0s in IFTTT networks. Moreover, the viewer would also like to know if it's okay to use paid images for privacy/terms pages in these websites.
The exact question asked during the webinar was:
My IFTTT 2.0 blogs have very low page authority. What is the easiest way to boost this? Do you include terms of service / privacy pages on these blogs and do you use paid images?
During the Episode 52nd of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, someone has asked about the connection between page authority (PA) and domain authority (DA) to a site's ranking in search engine results page.
The exact question that is being asked during the hangout was:
My site is currently at a DA of 6 and PA 1 for all my pages, but I have been trying some domain authority stacking stuff and DA boosting, slip streaming SAPE links through 2x 301, building links, etc but I am not seeing a whole lot of movement after I did my first PBN link. I guess what I am asking is after MOZ updates PA & DA and google sees what should be a much higher DA & PA for my site will my pages dramatically increase in ranking as right now they are all stuck on page 3 -7 with DA6 PA1?
Adam: Hey everybody. Welcome to Hump Day Hangouts. Today is the 21st of October. This is episode 51, so we're one away. Let's go down the line, like we always do, and say hello. How's it going Hernan?
Hernan: Hey everyone. It's good to be here.
Adam: Hey Marco, what's up?
Marco: Hey everybody. What's happening?
Adam: Bradley, how's it going?
Bradley: What's up everyone.
Adam: All right, well we just got a few announcements to run through today before we get started. Today, the first one, hopefully everyone, that's on right now, is going to be here next week because next week will be episode 52. That's going to be one year of Hump Day Hangouts. We're pretty happy about that and I'll let Bradley say some more happy things about that in a minute.
I just wanted to tell everybody we are going to be doing another contest. We did one a few weeks back. We're going to be giving away six months of Masterclass, one month, free, of the video, Power House, all right, which wasn't even been released yet, but we going to hook somebody up with that. Then, we're going to give away an IFTTT Network. That's all going to be done through our campaign, like we did last time, we're you can send a link, share it, you know, ans get chances to win that way.
Then, someone, attending live, is going to win three months free of Mastermind. All right, so, keep that in mind. Hopefully that's some good incentive for you to be hanging out with us next week live.
Bradley: The more times you share the share link, the better your changes are, so share the hell out of it.
Adam: Yep. Yeah definitely. We'll be sending out some more information about that. Obviously, we'll give you the link and all that, so you can get going on that, and have a good chance to win.
Also, just wanted to say that we're going to be doing a meet up in Costa Rica. Our Mastermind members are going to get the first chance to do this. This is going to involve some kind of higher level training as well as some networking opportunities. That's going to be in February 2016. We'll be telling them more about that, and then, if there are some spots left over, which we doubt, but there may be a chance for some other people to go.