Do You Really Need 100-200 Properties Linked To Our Youtube Account To Get A Real Boost On Videos Syndicated Through IFTTT?

By April

 

In episode 127 of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked if you need to add 100-200 properties linked to your YouTube account to get a real boost on videos that are syndicated through IFTTT.

The exact question was:

I read somewhere that we should have 100-200 properties linked to our Youtube Account to get a real boost on videos syndicated thru IFTTT. I'm beginning on Video SEO now (and loving the speed!) and just got a little confused about it.

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Should Blog Posts With Embedded Youtube Videos Have Different Content So They’re Not Considered Duplicates?

By April

In episode 127 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked whether blog posts with embedded YouTube videos should have different content to avoid duplicate content issues.

The exact question was:

I am syndicating content from both the brand's website and Youtube Channels.
How much would be the minimum to change the blog post from just plain embedding the Youtube video? So would it be enough to add X amount of words extra next to a video – like transcribing or just posting the same content in a blog format? Or should the blog post have different content in order to not be a duplicate?
Thanks

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How Do You Sell An IFTTT Syndication Network?

By April

In episode 126 of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked how to go about selling an IFTTT syndication network to potential clients.

The exact question was:

What's UP, guys! (shit, I can believe I lost Marco's webinar, damn…)
Question about selling Networks: how do you guys approach the selling? You explain the syndication idea and then sell the network, sell links and use a network to it or just sell the results (You'll rank, just post on your blog)?

I see the network selling as a HUUUUGE opportunity to make money while get new clients and learn more about SEO in Semantic-Mastery-style and I want to use it more. THANKS GUYS, THAT SH** IS “”AWESOMER”” EACH DAY!

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How Do You Check Whether An IFTTT Network Has Been Properly Set Up?

By April

In episode 126 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked how one could check whether an IFTTT syndication network was properly set up.

The exact question was:

I paid someone to create an IFTTT network for my youtube channel. Is there a simple way to check to see if it is actually setup and working? Yes, I uploaded a video to my youtube channel and checked one of the many blogs to see if it was sent. I didn't see the video forwarded to the blog. Does it take days or seconds for the IFTTT links to become active?

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How Can You Use An Aged Domain To Help A New Brand Domain?

By April

In episode 126 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked how one can use an aged domain to help optimize a new brand domain, when they are both in the same general niche.

The exact question was:

I have created 2 branded Tier 1 syndication networks. The first one is attached to my main branded domain which is an aged domain.

The second network I created recently doesn't have a website yet.

Now I want to created new website for the second brand.

How can I use my aged domain to help my new Brand domain.

Both are in the same general niche.

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What Is Google Update FRED About?

By April

In the 126th episode of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked about the recent Google update ‘FRED’.

The exact question was:

What’s up with FRED?

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What Are Your Thoughts On Adding Goo.gl Short Link To YouTube Videos And Channel In A Syndication Network?

By April

In episode 126 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked about the team's thoughts on adding a goo.gl short link to Youtube videos and channels.

The exact question was:

Hey Bradley, what are your thoughts on coding the goo. gl short link to our videos and channel into our syndication networks, to pass “”trust”” and send “”activity signals”” back to BIG G?

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