How Do You Measure the Required Size When Setting Up an IFTTT Network?

By April

 

During our weekly Hump Day Hangouts episode 74, one participant asked about the ways in measuring the required size of an IFTTT network when ranking a particular site.

The exact question was:

How do you guys determine how extensive/big the IFTTT network probably needs to be when you get started.

For instance I have 2 projects, a local PPL site for a fairly simple local service niche and a CRM SaaS product thats in a fairly competitive market.. I'm going through the training but having trouble grasping on a strategic level how to look at this stuff and go ok to start I should plan on building X?

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Do You Need an Actual Physical Address for a National Brand?

By April


In the 74th episode of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked if it is important to use an actual address when optimizing a national brand at Google My Business page.

The exact question was:

I have a products review site – so it is a national brand, not local. Is an actual address needed or recommended to set up a national brand Google My Business page and additional citations? I could get a PO box street address locally for this if needed or recommended. Thanks.?

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Can You Completely Re-theme an Existing Tumblr Site for a Tier 2 Network?

By April


 

In episode 74 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked about the possibility of changing the existing theme of a Tumblr website to be used in a tier 2 network.

The exact question was:

Hello guys. I have a health related website and want to use some tumblrs and other web 2.0s as tier2 backlinks. I have some that are well themed but not related to my niche or website. One strong tumblr is clean but was from a rock band, another all about books. Can I completely re-theme them to be all about health and use them as a T2 backlink to a guest post? T2 to a citation source? Thanks.?

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To Niche or Not to Niche in IFTTT V2?

By April


 

During the 74th episode of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked about whether or not to use niche with IFTTT Network v2.

The exact question was:

Hi guys, first of all I'd like to congratulate you on V2.0 its one of the best, if not the best online marketing courses available probably ever and I've bought many. Very well done.

But I have a dilemma… to niche or not to niche, that is the question.

I heard you say in a webinar that when starting out online you should of targeted niches or industries that interested you.

I would love to help video production companies with their online marketing because I love the video, especially with your training, but I feel I may be limiting myself and have a strong urge to build loads of random networks and just throw shit at the wall and see what sticks!

I don't mind throwing shit at the wall but its only me right now so would this be the best use of my time and energy or should I go beast mode and keep building networks for the one niche and build extra Tumblr, Weebly etc. all in the same niche? WWBBD : )?

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Why Is it Important to Have Multi-tier Networks for YouTube Syndication?

By April


 

In episode 73 of Semantic Mastery's Hump Day Hangouts, a participant asked about the importance of multi-tiered networks when it comes to creating a YouTube syndication network.

The exact question was:

You keep harping on “multi-tier” networks for YouTube syndication.
Please explain WHY this process works.

So far I get that it gives different times for the posting because it takes a while to cascade through the networks.

Otherwise I don't see WHY not to just have dozens if not hundreds of tier 1 networks for youtube syndication. Is there a LINK built back to TIER 1 bloger tumblr WP on TIER 2 rings?

Is this multiple tier thing for indexing purposes making the links find-able by google?

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Selling Local Optimization Services Using IFTTT Academy Model Networks

By April


 

One of the questions asked during episode 73 of Semantic Mastery's Hump Day Hangouts was about selling local optimization services with the use of IFTTT model networks.

The exact question was:

Is selling optimization services to local businesses, such as building your IFTTT Academy model networks, a viable business model? I have a ‘My City SEO' site that I'm ranking a lot of low to medium comp KWs as my sales leverage, and wondering what your thoughts and any tips you may have on these items.

I look forward to all that this group has to offer, and I'm grateful for all that you share and teach. Thanks so much!
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Is the Rank and Rent SEO Business Model Still a Great Way to Get Free of the 9 to 5?

By April


 

Is the Rank & Rent SEO method something that you're looking at as a way to generate revenue for yourself or your local business?

It's very much a real way to start making money or a way to grow your existing revenue base.

In this video when we answer the viewers question we also go into some great ways that you can go outside the box and more easily use the Rank & Rent method to really start making some good income quickly from rent sites while avoiding the traps that many people fall into.

In the recently posted Hump Day Hangouts episode 73, a viewer asked about rank and rent case studies for SEO. He wanted to know if this is a good online marketing strategy to sell leads to different local businesses.

The exact question was:

Hey my Semantic Mastery brothers and sisters! I hope you're well. Couple questions for you. Is the Rank and Rent business model still a great way to get free of the 9 to 5?

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Weekly SEO A&A – Hump Day Hangouts – Episode 73

By April


Click on the video above to watch Episode 43 of the Semantic Mastery Hump Day Hangouts.

Full timestamps with topics and times can be found at the link above.

The latest upcoming free SEO Q&A Hump Day Hangout can be found at https://semanticmastery.com/humpday.

 

 

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Marco: There we go.

Hernan: Oh yeah. All right, there we go. Hey, everybody. This is Bradley Ben-, oh, I'm not Bradley. Hey, guys. What's up? Hernan Vazquez here from Semantic Mastery. Bradley and Adam are missing today. Unfortunately because they are in San Diego, so we are pretty much taking over. We're going to be talking a lot of SEO-related questions and stuff, so it's going to be fun. Anyways, I have the guys with me today. In order, hey Chris. What's up? How are you doing, man?

Chris: Excellent. How are you doing?

Hernan: Very good. Very good.

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How to Incorporate Links in Local Citation Contents?

By April


In the 73rd episode of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, a participant asked about the best ways in adding links into local citation contents.

The exact question was:

I understand content and anchor text when linking to a website. However, I am brand new to citations and linking to citations.

In a backlink to a Yelp or Yellow pages citation, what content and what anchor text is used? I assume you don't write “hey look at this great Yelp I found.” So what anchor text and inside of what content do you use? I really have no idea what to write as the content. Can you give a few short examples of a few sentences you would actually write as links to a Citation?

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