In episode 205 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked when the team will release the citation lessons in Local Lease Pro.
The exact question was:
when you'll add citations lessons in LLP?
In episode 205 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked when the team will release the citation lessons in Local Lease Pro.
The exact question was:
when you'll add citations lessons in LLP?
In episode 205 of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked about the changes one should expect to the IFTTT method once Google Plus shuts down.
The exact question was:
Hey, what kind of changes will happen to the IFTTT method once G+ shuts down?
Can you guys make a video update?
The exact question was:
Can we connect DFY IFTTT to GMB RSS following the LLP posting system?
In episode 205 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked if one should put a summary for the full-text option within the RSS feed output of a self-hosted WordPress website.
The exact question was:
Hey I have one question that's very important to me within the RSS feed output of a WordPress self-hosted website should we out put a summary for the full-text option??
1 additional question, should the original content sit on the original Source site for any amount of time before it is syndicated out??
In Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts episode 204, one viewer asked how the team would handle the addresses of multiple GMBs across multiple niches for Local Lease Pro.
The exact question was:
Hi Guys – Over the next month we will be creating multiple gmbs across multiple niches each for local lease purposes ( not in USA ) and wondering how do you handle the addresses of them all ? Can we have the same address for many multiple businesses that are all in unrelated niches with different suite numbers ( eg 10a, 10b, 10c xyz street etc ) or will that cause a red flag? Also would you place each one into their own separate google acct and use something like browseo for logging into each one for separation? Or could I use one main master acct to house all GMB's? How would you set this type of business up from the start so we stay under the radar?
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Adam: All right, we are live. It is the special pre-Thanksgiving Humpday Hangout. Today is the 21st of November 2018. We're going to go real quick and say hello to everybody. I'm Adam and I'm doing good. I could feel that people are asking me how I'm doing, so I'm doing well, but let's start on the left and work our way down. Chris, how are you doing today?
Chris: Doing good here. Happy that I survived the lettuce epidemic in the States.
Adam: I didn’t even hear about that.
Chris: [inaudible 00:00:32].
Adam: What's going on? Somehow, I must have not been reading the news.
Chris: From what I've heard, there's some E. coli infection on many kind of lettuces here and pretty much removing them all and like you're in danger if you eat it pretty much.
Adam: All right, so I’ll [inaudible 00:00:53].
Chris: Somebody has died already.
Adam: Turkey and mashed potatoes I guess for the next couple of days.
Bradley: Moral of the story is don’t eat rabbit food.
Chris: Yeah, exactly.
Adam: Hernan, how are you doing today man?
Chris: I'm doing great. I am at a café, which should have Internet, but I didn't want to miss today's episode. I'm here, I'm good and I'm excited to be here.
Adam: [inaudible 00:01:14]. Marco, how about yourself?
Marco: Great, I spent the morning at the charity, getting things together for 2019. I mean we have to gear up, right? We have to get the ball rolling. We'll talk about it in a little bit, but that's where I spent my morning. It's really enjoyable.
Adam: Nice. Bradley, how about yourself?
Bradley: I'm well, especially because I get to wear my turkey hat.
Adam: That's awesome. I just saw the little picture of you when we logged on, I was like, “What is on his head? That’s amazing.”
Bradley: [inaudible 00:01:43]. I only get to wear this once a year and I love it. I figured the best way to start Humpday Hangout today was to make a fool of myself, so there you have it.
Syndication networks, I shouldn't have talked too much about those guys, like Marco said if his dog sticks around too long or sits too long enough, it gets a syndication network. Same thing for all of your projects. We got the RYS Stacks as well, press releases and then, a really special deal on Local Lease Pro. Okay, so for those of you who don't know what Local Lease Pro that launched with the Side Hustle Toolbox, if you missed out on that opportunity, it was a hell of a deal, but we got a half-off deal going on over the weekend here. Then, along with the Syndication Networks, the RYS Stacks are all half off. Then, the press releases is a 30% off, which is super awesome and that's all done for you press releases. It's written for you, it's all taken care of.
Marco: No keyword research?
Adam: There might be something coming later, so stay tuned. We got a couple things coming, so make sure you just check out the emails. We know that not all of these products or maybe you're using them all right now, but check out the emails we're sending out over time. We might have some specials coming up that you want to take advantage of that are of limited time. Now, it's time and with these, you can go. Marco, correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe all of these, you can go and purchase them and then, if you want to fill out the information, like you can do it in a week or two, right?
Marco: Yeah, we don't mind. We try to give you as much support as possible. We try to make it as easy as possible. Of course, you can't wait six months because we don't know what's going to happen six months from now. Go in, buy it, take advantage of it and then, when you have all the information together, you come back and you submit it, we don't mind.
Adam: Speaking of this, you guys with the holidays coming up and we're going to be doing some more special stuff with Marco and his charity, especially over Christmas, but Marco, I know you were just talking about it. You kind of want to kick that into gear. I think you had a few things you want to say about that, right?
Marco: Yeah, well, it's supplies, uniforms, books and shoes for kids. Guys, if you're not familiar with my charity that's what we do. We try to provide a venue, so the children who wouldn't otherwise be able to go to school have the way to do it. The way to do it is we pay for everything. It costs us $200 per child per year for them to go to school, but they don't just get uniforms and books. They get sent on their merry way. Throughout the year, what they get is they get support. We go every Saturday into the community and we give them tutorials. We tutor them in whatever it is that they're having trouble with. We help them with their homework.
We help them prepare for exams, so that they can be successful. I mean I know from experience that education is what's going to get them out of poverty. Guys, I was one of these kids, okay? One of these kids that came from absolutely nothing. When I say nothing, I mean just not having anything to eat. When was the last time that you saw that kind of poverty where you literally had nothing to eat? This is what we're talking about. This is why we go in there. This is why we're so busy at this time of year because we the school year in Costa Rica starts in February, so we have to gear up now, so that we can get everything ready for when they start school. That's what we do.
I was looking at numbers we have, literally tens of thousands of people, who are either members or follow us or know us or check into our hangouts, we get hundreds of views. If everyone were to contribute five bucks, we could send so many kids to school for a year and give them the support and the tutoring. Most of it is done through volunteers guys. We don't touch a penny of what you donate for administrative or anything else. We give the money to the kids. It all goes to support them and to everything that they need. Not only that if they're successful through high school, they even have a grant waiting for them, so that they can go to technical school because there's a high demand for people with technical skills.
Guys, I'm reaching out to you. If you can, I'm going to post the donation page, please five bucks. I mean a cup of coffee at Starbucks. That's all it takes for you to help out and help us send as many kids as we can to school. We're trying to send 300 this year, so that's a whole lot of money at 200 per.
Adam: That’s awesome man.
Adam: That's a lot of kids.
Adam: Cool. All right, well like you said, Marco is going to put it on the page. If you guys have any questions about it, feel free to reach out. Of course, we want to get the ball rolling on that, so we can hit the target like Marco said. If you're just joining us, first of all, thanks for watching. Obviously, we are Semantic Mastery. We want to point you in the right direction. You're in the right place already. If you're watching and you got questions, whether it's general digital marketing, it's SEO, it's about our done for you services, it's about building a team, whatever it is, let us know and on this page and it's updated every week. You can always go to semanticmastery.com/hdquestions. If we can't answer it, we'll certainly point you in the right direction. If you're wondering where to get started with us, it's the Battle Plan. You can go to battleplan.semanticmastery.com and that is the recommended starting place. We tell everyone to go, even people who are joining the Mastermind, but speaking of, if you're looking to take things up a few notch, you want to either start your own agency, you want to grow, you want to expand then that's the place you want to be is in the Mastermind.
Speaking of Bradley, do you want to share a little bit of what's been going on there? I think we got some stuff coming up too, right?
Bradley: Yeah, well, if you can take me seriously while I'm wearing my hat. Yeah, we just had another Mastermind webinar last week. We've covered pretty far in depth or in much detail about the new, like some of the things that I've been learning as I'm scaling out the GMB asset building, lead gen asset building campaign. You know what, doing it at scale, you start identifying things that you wouldn't see if you were just building them one at a time or a couple at a time. For example, like GMB manager accounts, there are some potential footprint issues if you connect all of your GMB assets to one manager account. I found that out kind of a hard way, but I wanted to talk a lot about that and kind of how we're mitigating that risk now, reducing our overall exposure. We also talked about some of the new changes as far as and also kind of strategy for how to group and manage multiple GMB assets, which is going to be … It becomes more difficult obviously the more you scale the business.
Our target goal for the POFU Live attendees, which was to reach 50 GMB assets, fully optimized and ready to be monetized by the end of 12 weeks or 90 days. We're in week 3 now, so we've still got a lot of time to go. What's interesting is at the end of that 12-week period, all of the knowledge and everything that we've learned, not just from what I'm developing, but from what the other members are, I think there's about 9 or 10 other members in the group that are also building. Several of them are sharing stuff like Grant is one of our members. He's been just adding a lot of value to the group because he's been adding additional information about how to streamline some of the research process. That's great. That's fabulous because I can't do it all like the stuff that I've been developing and sharing with everybody and the Mastermind is getting bits and pieces of it now.
What I was going to say was at the end of the 12-week period, we will have a much better, much more polished and refined process that then we're going to reveal entirely to the Mastermind members, so that our Mastermind members can go out and start building their lead gen business at scale as opposed to this hit or miss or this very like slow, linear type of growth. We're talking about exponential or geometric growth because when you get the hell out of your own way and stop being the bottleneck in your business that's when you'll really experience growth. That's what this is all about is about scaling it and putting people in place and training them to do the entire build-out for you, even the research part of it really.
I'm really looking forward to that. There's just a ton of stuff that we've got going on in that group and we're sharing. As it becomes a bit more polished and refined and I find stuff that's new that's when I share it with the Mastermind like we did just last week, so a lot of good stuff going on there guys. As I've said this before, I think there's the more opportunity right now in local marketing and lead generation than there ever has been, at least since I've been in the digital marketing space. I think right now is the opportunity or the best opportunity to take advantage of it. That's basically what we've been covering in the Mastermind a lot.
Bradley: Okay, I'm going to grab the screen, I mean do that now. We've got a lot of chatting going on in that Slack group, so I got distracted. Let's get into it. First things first, David Jackson says, “To dominate Google Maps, do you need to have a website or can you dominate with just a GMB site?” No, you don't need a website, not from your Google Maps, you don't. In fact, all the assets that I'm building right now, I'm not building a website at all, other than the GMB website, which is free and it's available inside the GMB dashboard. It's a Google property. What I recommend that you do is if you're not planning on building a self-hosted website, which you don't need for maps guys, then I recommend that you still use the GMB website, which is part of the Google My Business, the tools that are available to you in the GMB Dashboard, so use that. Optimize it well. Add posts and photos and things like that. Put your NAP and the text body of the GMB website. List your products and/or services. Try to make it relevant, put a well optimized article in there. All of that helps a lot and then, publish the website and then, assign that as your primary website for your GMB listing. Okay that's the best thing that you can do.
Bradley: A lot of people have self-hosted websites and you could use those. I'm just telling you, I'm not building them. Why go through all that hassle of setting up WordPress and theming it and all that kind of crap if you don't need to? Honestly, for my lead gen business right now, I'm not building a single WordPress site.
Marco: To dominate in Google Maps, all you need is a verified Google My Business listing, which you can get from mgyb.co.
Bradley: Mohammad’s up. What's up Mohammad? He says, “Hey guys, hope you're having a great Thanksgiving.” Thank you Mohammad. He says, “I'm inches away from getting the big client I've been chasing. I can just hear the Mastermind webinars in the distance.” He's trying to come back again. “I've made a good impression so far and it looks like I'm in the clear. However, this particular client puts a big emphasis on monthly work. He went years paying SEOs, who didn't report or nothing. After the first month or so, how can I show results or more specifically, what am I doing to get results? Okay, I know GMB posts are one thing and a blog a week. Are rank trackers even useful anymore? What else is there that would make sense to him? A press release a month is another one. The previous people sent an analytics report every month, keeping him in the dark and now, he's open again mostly because I educated him, but in return, he wants to be able to see progress and why I do what I do?”
That's a great question Mohammed. Okay, so what I would recommend that you do rank trackers, no, I don't think they're valid anymore. I mean they can give you an indication, depending on the rank tracker. The whole mobile-first algorithm thing really threw rank trackers off. I don't think they're all that valuable anymore. I still do use them for some keywords, but it's more or less just to get an idea of what kind of where the sites or the or the pages for the keywords that I'm looking at or I'm trying to optimize for our tracking, I don't expect them to be real accurate. Again, I still do use rank trackers, but I don't send those reports anymore as the primary metric for showing progress or lack of progress or whatever, showing the status of a marketing campaign. I don't use rank trackers as the primary metric anymore. It might still be included, but again what I'm stressing now is analytics and search console and GMB Insights. Those are the three things that I stress and the reason why is because like for example in GMB Insights, if you're adding content, you're publishing regularly, you should see month over month an increase in overall impressions as well as overall actions or engagements. Even on months, where the actions and engagements haven't increased, you should still see overall a rise in impressions if what you're doing is helping.
Now, obviously you can reach a certain level, where you're pretty much maxed out or you're not going to see much growth. In other words, if you start optimizing and I'm talking about specifically just GMB Insights right now, I'll talk about Search Console here in just a moment. With GMB Insights, I've noticed that if you're starting out with a new listing or you're optimizing a previously poorly optimized listening that you should see significant increase in metrics or impressions and/or engagements and actions during the first few months or a couple months or whatever, the first few months of actually optimizing that profile, again whether it was a new profile or an older profile that just wasn't optimized or very active. When you start adding engagement and activity, you'll see in a significant increase in impressions and ultimately, you should see an increase in engagements as well, actions and engagements.
Then, eventually what happens is even if you continue to improve and stay active, what I've seen over time now is that a lot of listings or businesses, clients that I have, they'll stop seeing like massive growth on a month-to-month basis because you kind of reach a level, where it's almost diminishing returns, but you'll continue to see the engagement staying consistent and though very plus or minus a certain percentage every month, just depending on the month and also depending on what product or service it is that [inaudible 00:18:47] some stuff, seasonal and all that kind of stuff. That's Insights. That's one metric that I or one report that I use to show.
One thing you can do Mohammad is just take a screenshot like at the start of the campaign of the GMB Insights and mark your calendar to remind you, like set a calendar reminder in Google Calendar or whatever to remind you every 30 days to go in and take another screenshot of GMB Insights. Then, save all of those files into a folder, so that then you can put them side by side and say, “Month one, month two.” In month three, you can even add month three to it or you could just go month two to month three or you could have month one, month two, month three. You see what I'm saying? You could put the screenshots together side by side to make like one image and you can show the growth of the metrics, like impressions, number of calls, number of clicks to website, number of driving directions if it's a point-of-sale business, so those are all things you can do.
The same thing goes for Search Console. Search Console, especially the new dashboard, like the newer-
Marco: Hey Bradley.
Bradley: Go ahead.
Marco: Before you move to Search Console, let me just finish up on the GMB Insights because what you could do is you make this activity based. You're going to see that the Insights shoot up and then, they might level off. What you have to make the client understand is it's your work that's doing this. It's your post, it's your images, it's your videos. It's your optimization, it's all of the activity that's taking place in the GMB that's making this happen and you also have to make it clear that if this stops, in order to maintain, once you reach that whatever saturation level is, in order to maintain it, in order to keep that coming, you have to keep posting. You have to keep up the activity because we've seen it time and again that if you stop the activity, then all of a sudden everything just goes dead in the water man. You'll see this a drop. It's incredible the way that the activity just simply drops and it becomes almost nothing. You have to warn the client.
Bradley: Yeah and so for Search Console, the same thing, especially in the new dashboard or the new interface. The first thing you see is when you click into the search analytics portion is you're going to see impressions and in clicks. The same thing, take a screenshot of when you start the project and the same, it's just like you did with GMB Insights, so you do this all the same day, whatever. Then 30 days later, you can take another screenshot and what you should see is the impressions significantly go up because if you're content marketing, so essentially blogging from their website, you'll start seeing the impressions will continue to climb up and up and up. It's because the site will start being discovered or being given impressions by Google for additional keywords. If you're blogging and your content marketing from the site because that's what Search Console is connected to, right, the money site, the self-hosted site. Your blogging, what will happen is you'll see that as you're content marketing, you'll see month over month, the impression level continue to increase, going up. That's because you'll start getting more impressions for more keywords.
Now, something to keep in mind though is if you click that box to show the average rank value or rank position, average position, as your impressions rise, you should actually see your average rank position for the most part. A lot of the times, get worse. The reason why is because although your site is being discovered and Google is showing it for more keywords, a lot of the keywords that are giving the site impressions now aren't necessarily optimized well, like there's not necessarily pages optimized well for that particular keyword that Google is giving an impression. When it records where the position was, it's likely going to be a much lower position. The only reason why I'm telling you that is because I've had clients ask me when I sent because I send Search Console reports every month. That's part of my client reporting process and I've had clients say, “Well, I can see the impressions going up.” I've explained that that means your site is being discovered for more and more keywords, but they've said, “But, I see the average rank position is going down, like it's getting worse, why is that?” I've had to explain that. I just kind of wanted to point that out to you because it's likely a question you're going to get. I've had that question come up multiple times. You just explain that.
The idea is with Search Console especially, you can find really good keyword opportunities there for stuff … Sometimes, you'll find new keywords that you hadn't even been targeting before or you'll find opportunities just by looking at what the average position is for keywords that would be good keywords for conversions for your client. Those would be keywords that now you can start optimizing for and it'll show you right in Search Console, like which pages or which keywords and what the position was that it ranked. You can identify opportunities there to go in and optimize. Again, those are just two. Analytics is the same thing. Analytics, you just take screenshot every month and you can show month to month, like the overall increase in traffic. You can also show, for example, like more traffic coming from social media, if you're doing content amplification, syndication and amplification, although I typically don't really stress the social media metrics much. I always push the search metrics and PPC or paid advertising metrics, if you're doing that too.
Again, those three things are primarily the most. Again, I still send a rank report. I use BrightLocal as my rank reporting for all my local clients. I still send that but I've made my clients very aware as to why I don't rely on those anymore and those really aren't the best KPIs or key performance indicators anymore as the rank trackers. That was a great question Mohammed. If we were going to be giving away stuff for winning best question, I think that was a great question.
Greg's up, he says, “Do you have experience with Marketers Center Press Release distribution service, it's only 30 bucks or knows if it has any sites that do not purge?” I do not know Greg. Honestly, I'm sorry, I don't know. It's only 30 bucks, I would just suggest going and trying it. I can't speak about it, I don't know.
Marketers Center also has a Social Shotgun service that sends social signals from Facebook, Google+, Twitter plus ten others, would that be good to send to a PR or money site? Thanks, happy Thanksgiving guys. Yes, happy Thanksgiving to you as well Greg. As far as social signals, I think they're useless. I'm not saying anything about Marketers Center. I know it's a good service. Andrew is his name. He's good dude, I know that. There's nothing wrong with that. I'm just saying, I don't think social signals spam, social signals guys are worth a shit to be honest with you. I've tested that in the past years ago, many years ago, now like three or four years ago and I never saw any increase. I mean I did extensive testing over about 12 weeks with different social signal services.
The only time I ever saw a measurable improvement from social signals when it came to SEO was when they were tiered social signals. In other words, if there … There was one service that did that well and that was actually Dan Anton service. I don't even know if he still has it, but if you have tiered social signals, in other words, like for example, you have a blog post. Let's say that you got three Facebook shares from there, like likes is typically not worth a shit for SEO, but the Facebook shares can actually help with SEO. If they're random accounts that just don't have a lot of friends and things like that and it's a share, Google understands that that share is basically a spam share, it's a spam share because that profile doesn't have any connections. It's not a real profile. Who on Facebook shares a shit-ton of content and doesn't have any friends? Just spammers and SEOers, right? It's useless.
Now, if their second tiers, in other words, if the first tier share, then gets liked a whole lot and engaged with, if there's engagement on that share, so in other words, the profile that shared the content, the link to your blog post, if now that person's or that profile that persona’s Facebook share gets engagement by way of likes and comments and additional shares, then I saw measurable movement in SEO. That's the only time. In other words, if you have social signals alone were useless. Social shares were useless, but social shares that then were backed up with social signals, those had a measurable impact. Does that make sense? It's very difficult to find a service that will do that. Most services will just signal your content or the URL that you tell them to signal.
What I mean by signal is plus one-ing it, liking it that kind of stuff. A share would be a share or a retweet or grabbing the link and posting it somewhere else, but even shares alone were basically useless because most of the profiles that they were shared to were spam profiles. It was clear. It was only when there was engagement on the shares that it would actually make anything that it could be identified as movement. That's a good question, but again I would recommend just … Unless Social Shotgun service does two tiers, which I don't know because I don't know about what included with the service, but unless it does two tiers, I would say it's probably not going to help.
Dan says, “I'm using your RSS feed plug-in to get full text feeds or for syndication networks. I'm using the Avada Theme. The feed shows Avada Builder shortcut at the beginning and the end of the post.” Yeah, I've seen that with some, does the same thing with Thrive Themes too by the way. If you're using the page builder from Thrive Themes when you're creating blog posts, it'll do the same thing. It'll syndicate the little piece of code at the top and the bottom of the post. It's kind of ugly, but it is what it is. “Any insights on how to fix that?” No, honestly, I don't know Dan, other than just using the standard, the native WordPress editor, I don't know how to stop that honestly, but you could always contact Avada and ask them. There might be something that they can do. It's their theme, so I don't know what to say about that. That’s what I'm-
Adam: Yeah, [inaudible 00:30:39]. The reality is that people are using it left and right with different themes and different [inaudible 00:30:44] conflict with some themes and some plugins, so that's something that you need to have in Dan. Just contact Avada and see what they say.
Bradley: What I'm saying is with the Thrive Themes, I've seen it do that even not using our RSS plug, but using the Yoast attribution or the RSS attribution part, even using that it would still do it. Yeah, it's the theme itself that's injecting it, it's not the plug-in. He says, “I found this video from 2015 as a shortcode exclusion feature and yeah and for some reason, it didn't post the URL, the full URL. Anyways, the version of this plug-in I have doesn't have several of the features you talked about in this video. Is it possible to send a link to the latest version of your RSS plugin?” It's probably Dan, I don't know this to be true because I can't see what video that is, but there's a lot of additional features in the plug-in that's available to the Mastermind members.
The free version doesn't have a lot of those other features, so I'm assuming that's probably what you're talking about. You're probably, again, I can't see which video you're talking about, but if it was showing the features of the RSS plugin for Mastermind members, which is the premium version, it's free to mastermind members, but you can't buy it outside of the Mastermind is what I'm saying. I'm sorry we can't give it to you. You got to join the Mastermind, but other than that like I said, I would just contact the theme developers and find out if there’s something that you can do.
Next one, “Related to syndication networks, I realize this is all automated, but I have a lot of sites that don't pull in the feeds very cleanly, a lot of jumbled mess on most. Is this part of it or are there ways to improve the looks of it?” No, it's very difficult. That's part of the reason why I don't like to use multi-tiered networks for blog syndication because you do have to find related content feeds to minimize your footprint. You cannot eliminate your footprint with blog syndication. Look, there is no footprint …
Well, there is a footprint when your syndicating to your own branded network, but it's an okay footprint. It's perfectly acceptable. It's actually expected because all most or most companies when they publish content, they've republished it on all of their branded properties. They link to it. They share it, so it's absolutely normal to do that. What's not normal is when you have second tier and even third tier networks or even other first tier networks that are also re-syndicating the content because that's unnatural and that's clearly being done to manipulate search positioning. That leaves a footprint. Google doesn't like that. It's fine to do that with YouTube guys, but it's not fine to do that with your blog. There is a way to minimize, to reduce your footprint and that's by injecting related content feeds into the other syndication networks, primarily the second and third tier. I don't recommend having other first tier networks anyways.
My point is that's part of the reason I don't like using them. One, it's complicated to set up. Two, a lot of things can break down because you're relying on RSS feeds from outside or third-party sources and you don't have any control over maintaining those feeds or the formatting of those feeds. You have very little control over that. There are some tools out there that can help you to format them better and splice feeds together like RSS Masher, which is by Damon Nelson. That's a good tool for prettying up feeds and splicing feeds and all that kind of stuff. Again, like I said, I don't recommend it because it's a pain in the ass. Using a third party feeds guys, there's a lot of things that can occur. You don't have any control over the formatting. You don't have any control over the frequency that they publish.
You don't have any control over the content that they publish. You are just assuming that everything that they're going to be publishing is going to be relevant. Unless you're using a feed splicing tool or application kind of like RSS Masher, where you can set filters, you can set some of the formatting options and things like that you really are limited. At least if you're just syndicating to your own branded network, you have control over that because you're syndicating from your blog that you have control over the formatting, the styling and all of that. You can control that or at least some level of control, but when you're using third-party feeds from other sites for adding additional content, there's not much you can do about it.
Okay, all right, another one, he says, “I ordered a network management package …” When you're talking about network management, you must be talking about SerpSpace Dan. You're going to have to contact SerpSpace support. We're no longer associated with SerpSpace. Just contact their support and they will answer whatever questions you have about the network management. I'm sure they didn't direct you to Humpday Hangouts for that but just go contact them and ask them, they'll be able to square that away.“Sorry guys, tried asking support for all these questions, they said for syndication networks, what is the point of posting to these? Are these profile links indexed or indexable?”
Marco: Yep, Bradley, before you answer that Dan, the reason why you're directed here is because the VAs in mgyb.co have a directive from me that they are not to answer any SEO or marketing related questions because they're not experts in the matter. They're VAs who are taught to follow instructions to the letter. That's what they do. It's not that you're being put off or sent off or passing the buck. It's just that we don't want them answering questions that maybe they're not qualified to answer that they could answer wrong that they could cause maybe harm if they were to answer. That's why you brought here because we're supposed to be the experts. Although, sometimes I don't know what the fuck I'm doing, but we try.
Bradley: Then, the last question was, “What is the point of posting to these? Are these profiles, links indexed, indexable?” He says, “Bitly, Gravatar, Evernote, OneNote, Pocket, appreciate it.”? All right, guys stop with worrying about and Dan, I'm not picking on you, I promise, but stop with worrying about whether links get indexed or not, who cares guys? Look, I'm telling you Google can recognize links, whether it decides to index them or not. Trust me, Google's crawling those links. As long as the link is there, the target URL, what it's linked to is going to pull some authority from that site. There's some PageRank passing. There's some metric there, link equity that is passing through that that you are siphoning from that site so to speak. Trust me, whether it's indexed or not, I know there's another question about press right above it from Kay Dee about press releases being indexed. Guys, again stop worrying so much about links being indexed.
What I'm saying is even if they're not in the index, Google is showing you in search console that it's aware that those links are there, pointing to your site. We have done tests, where we have proved with no indexed PBNs, PBNs that we set to no index, so private blog network sites set to no index have moved sites that when we've linked from no index PBNs to pages, web pages, we've experienced movement. We know for a fact that Google is still crawling those links, whether it chooses to display them in index or not has no bearing. Now, don't get me wrong, I believe an indexed link might carry a bit more weight, but that doesn't mean a non-indexed link doesn't carry any weight. Does that make sense? Does anybody else want to comment on that because maybe explaining it from a different angle would help.
Marco: No dude. That was perfect. Sorry Hernan, I'll give you the floor in a second. No index, do follow, all that matters is the fact that that link is a follow and the link equity will flow, so that when you link build to all of these properties, which you should be doing, keep it clean. Keep the links that you build to it nice and clean, nice and powerful. Our guy [inaudible 00:39:37], he's awesome at link building. He knows exactly what to do, but what you want is the link equity flowing from these domains, picking up as Bradley said some of that authority and trust. I'm not talking about third party. I'm not talking about domain authority. I'm talking about strictly going after Google's PageRank and ranking score algorithms. That's what I'm talking about. That's what we're after. If you do that then you're good to go. It doesn't matter if it's indexed or not because the link building and if you get activity in there, the art of art, which I'm always talking about that's what's going to matter. Go ahead Hernan.
Bradley: The same applies to you KD for your question, which is, “Hey guys, just a quick question regarding Press Advantage. What's the ideal time frame to resubmit PR links for indexing?” Well, I'm going to tell you right now, I don't submit any of the links for indexing at all, not even one time, not even the first time when I get the report back. The reason why is because it's unnecessary. Most of the PR sites, the media sites that the press releases get published to are crawled regularly by Google anyways because they're constantly publishing and because they're media sites. The Google bots live on those sites. They're constantly being crawled. There's really no need for you to submit. It's just additional step, it's basically you're putting additional effort into something that's really not going to make any difference because Google is going to be crawling those sites anyways. They're going to see your links and part of the reason why a lot of those press releases don't get indexed is because they are duplicate. Don't let me throw you guys off when I say they are duplicate, it's not a duplicate content penalty guys, but if Google sees …
Remember, Google will put things into what it calls the Supplemental Index. The Supplemental index doesn't mean it's bad. Just because something's in the Supplemental Index, doesn't mean it's bad. It just means it's very similar to other indexed results. If you publish a press release, it's the same exact press release republished 350 times or however many. With Press Advantage, I think right now it's around 250-ish or so distribution sites, so that's 250 pieces of content, of identical content out there on the web. Google doesn't need to index all, but trust me, Google crawled the site, is aware that it's there, whether it indexes it in the public index or the supplemental index really is beside the point. It's not important.
There are certainly some versions of the press releases that you hope and would like and want to be indexed, like Digital Journal is one of them. That's a good site for that. Also, the Press Advantage, the press release published on Press Advantage itself that gets indexed. Those are great press releases guys to push, build additional links to, uses like landing pages because they look good. They're very nicely laid out and they don't get purged. Again, there are certain ones that you can do additional things to and I highly recommend that. Don't worry about all the press releases, whether they're indexed or not because again Google is aware that they're there and if you have links pointing from them or NAP mentions, name, address, phone number mentions, another thing is called co-citation, all of those things occur because Google is aware that it's out there. Whether or not it's indexed or not shouldn't make a difference is my point.
Save yourself the time and the energy and the expense of your indexing service by just not even doing it. I'm telling you guys, I don't ever submit my press release reports to indexers ever period. We don't need to.
Marco: Having said that our [inaudible 00:44:46], we have a [inaudible 00:44:48] offers an indexing service, where he's getting 60 to 70% indexing rate. If you're a stickler for indexing, you can get your stuff indexed. Another way is taught in Local PR Pro actually by you Bradley. You send a traffic gig and I'm not going to say how or what because that's in the training and I'm not going to give away anything for free that's in the training, but there's a way that you can get traffic into your PRs and into your URLs that makes them all that much more effective because that's when Google really starts paying attention. Remember the art of art is getting activity, relevance, trust and authority into your link streams. There's just so much power when that happens. Again that's in Local PR Pro.
Marco: I'm not saying that they’ll index or that [inaudible 00:46:42] index. What I'm saying is that the activity at that tier, whether it's two or three will bring it in closer and then that helps push into the algorithm, push all of the goodness that we're looking for into the algorithm, which is activity, relevance, trust and authority because what we're looking to push is the target URL. We're not looking to get anything going really into these press release URLs, these link building URLs or whatever, but just the fact that you're getting activity in there is what activates everything.
Bradley: There you go. All right, so Will's up. Hey, I'm going to actually do a demonstration for this Will because I understand that the way apparently, if you were in the new dashboard of YouTube, like there, ability to select the playlist embed code, it's not that it's not the same as it used to be. It looks like things have changed because of YouTube, but it's a very simple fix. I'm going to show you. Essentially guys, his question was in the Facebook group or one of the Facebook groups anyways that he was watching YouTube Silo Academy training. I talked about how you should theme mirror, if you've got a siloed website, you should theme mirror your YouTube channel for that brand or that same company that same brand, whatever. In other words, if you have a website and it's siloed, you can create and you're using videos also, so you can silo your YouTube channel using playlists, the same way that you siloed your website. The top video would be your top level keyword and then, you would have all your supporting keywords as the prime keyword or the title of the videos supporting that and you would put them in a playlist, all linking up to the top video.
If you've got YouTube Silo Academy, there are several different silo structures that you can apply, a mono silo. Anyways, my point is you can play around to see which gives you the best effect. One of the things that you should do is instead of just taking the video, like a way that can help to add additional power to both your website and to your YouTube channel is to not only theme mirror, which is basically mirror the silos on your YouTube channel that you have on your website, but also to create from those siloed playlists is to embed the corresponding video that it's targeting the same keyword as the supporting post or the corresponding post on the website. Embed that video in that post, but embed the playlist instead of just the individual URL because now once again, now you're embedding a YouTube silo into a money site silo. Guys, again, it's iframe stacking. It's the same thing. Instead of just iframing in the individual video, now you're iframing the whole entire silo into that specific post with the video that targets that same keyword that that post is optimized for.
Let's say you've got five supporting articles in a silo. You've got your top-level silo page and you've got five supporting articles, so total six pieces of content. Your YouTube silo should be the same. The playlist should have the top-level video, targeting top-level keyword and five supporting videos. Then, what you do is take the playlist embed code, like let's say on supporting article number two, you embed the supporting video number two in the playlist, so the entire playlist is embedded, but it's starting at video number two. Hopefully, you guys understand what I'm getting at here. Very simple, let me show you. I've got this opened up here. Let me just show you what I've done here. We're going to back-
Adam: What a nice picture.
Bradley: Okay, so I just went and searched Semantic Mastery’s channel. Okay, I'm going to click into the channel. I'm going to go to playlist. I'm going to go to the Humpday Hangout playlist, which has got 206 Humpday Hangouts in it. I'm not sure why there's only 206, but anyways I'm going to click into that to play all. Now, I'm just going to pause this real quick because it used to be, like I said that you could just go to share and click embed and it would give you the option to grab the embed code for the entire playlist. It would say, “Start the video in the embed player at video number one,” top of the playlist essentially or at the current video. It would give you the option. Well, that option doesn't appear here anymore apparently. What you do is you could copy this embed code right here, so I just copied it to my clipboard. I've got this notepad file right here. I'm going to increase the font size guys, so you can see it a little bit better. The embed code is right here, so this is an embed code for just the single video.
To demonstrate, I've got this open. Let's go to edit page. Sorry, it's being a little slow. I'm just going to paste that embed code that I just copied. I'm going to click update. I'm going to go view the page. Now, you'll see that if I click play, all it is is that single video, Humpday Hangout number 206. There is no playlist. There's nothing else right. When we started playing the playlist, we copied it from that. Unfortunately, it did not give us the option. Here's what we do, go back over to here and if you take a look up in the URL structure, you'll see where it says, “At the end of the video play, the normal … “ I know it's small text guys, but at the end of the normal YouTube URL, there's an ampersand and a list equals and that is the playlist ID right there.
I'll post this in the comment section guys and I'll also post it in the Facebook, where the original comment was, but you can see that all you do is take that list equals, so you add the question mark list equals and in the playlist ID, so watch. I'm going to take this, copy that. I'm going to put it right at the end, so at the end of that YouTube URL before the end or the closing quotation, I'm just going to paste that in. Now, I'm going to copy this code again, go back to my page, replace the code, click update. Now when I refresh this page, you see over here guys, right there is my playlist, right there. You see that? It just changed that entire embed code now to the full playlist embed code. You can see that I've got, if I close this down, which video did this play, curious.”
Adam: Hello and welcome to episode [inaudible 00:54:31]-
Bradley: Hey, it's Adam.
Adam: … of Humpday Hangouts.
Bradley: Hold on a minute, I want to see, I can't see what the fucking title is. Pardon me for a minute, let me check it out.
Adam: [inaudible 00:54:41] and we are going to say-
Bradley: Okay, so that was 210, so if we want to, we could come back over here and let's say we wanted to go to 199, all we would do is switch out the YouTube watch part of it, so same thing. I could just grab the share, go to embed, copy the code, go back over here, paste it in and then, grab that question mark list equals ID. I'm going to copy that and put that right at the end of the URL in the embed, click update. If we come back at what video was that I think that was 207, no 199. If we go back and refresh this page, it should be at 199. Let's just find out [inaudible 00:55:35] 199, see that? That's how you do it. Again, it just took me a minute to figure it out under the new interface or essentially they got rid of that option, but it's real simple. You just grab this part right here and I'm going to copy that and put that on the page for you. Wow, we still have a lot of questions to get through guys. I can stay 10 minutes later tonight, but that's it.
[inaudible 00:56:05], I'll tag you in the Facebook page Will, but this is the YouTube silo embed. There you go. There's a demonstration today. I don't usually do this on Humpday Hangouts, but there we go. A lot of [inaudible 00:56:24] just quick comments, oh cool. Dan says, “So having gone through Local Lease Pro, is there a next step or path for optimizing or using services to add more power and longevity for ranking locally?” Okay, yeah Dan, in about two weeks, I'm going to do an update webinar for Local Lease Pro. In fact guys, it's going to be a public webinar. I'm going to do the update webinar publicly. We're going to talk about a lot that I've discovered since we launched it because we're building GMB assets at scale like I said, like we're building dozens of them, now dozens and dozens of them. I've discovered a lot over the last month or so since we launched the product. Yeah, I'm going to be doing an update webinar in about two weeks.
As a quick answer, Local GMB Pro that's the advance that's the upgrade and essentially Local Lease Pro is how to get started and how to start setting up assets and very basic optimization that does tends to get results if you're doing your location research correctly. that's one of the big updates by the way that I'm going to be covering in the update webinar in about two weeks is going to be location research. I've completely kind of refined that process now and it's opened up a hell of a lot more opportunity guys. I'm going to be revealing that on that webinar. Again, we're going to make the update webinar public, so everybody will have the opportunity to join that. I would highly recommend that you … We're not going to leave it public for long. It will only be public probably for 24 to 48 hours and then, you got to be in Local Lease Pro to watch it.
One of the things where I'm going to be talking about is location research. However, if you're doing the location research, then if you just follow what's in Local Lease Pro that should be enough for your assets to start generating leads. If you need additional, if you find … Not all of them are going to be slam dunks guys. Some of them, you're going to find are more competitive than others and sometimes, there's no rhyme or reason to that either. There's just going to be some that are harder to get results from, so that's where Local GMB Pro comes in. Local PR Pro if you just want it to rank, like Local PR Pro is great for pushing into the three pack, but Local GMB Pro is about getting leads and getting results regardless or independent of rankings. That's where Local GMB Pro comes in. It's more or less the advanced training for Google My Business for those assets that need the additional push.
It's a good question, but pay attention Dan, be on the lookout. We'll give plenty of notice when we have the webinar and not only that since you're a Local Lease Pro member, you'll have access to the replay even if you don't see the live webinar.
All right, what's up guys? Lots of people commenting on the sales. Dan says, “Hey Adam, really sorry about missing my appoint with you, I got stuck with a customer. When I sat down, it was seven and I told him missed it.” Dan's awesome, thanks for letting him know.
Adam: Real quick, Donald, if you're not on our Facebook group, go join it, check out the post yesterday. We've got a template for local proposal, so maybe that's what you're looking for.
Bradley: Perfect, there you go. Yeah, I just saw that [inaudible 00:59:42].
Chris: Oh and it's free.
Adam: Yeah, it's a nice post too man. I like that post.
Bradley: Okay, let’s see.
Chris: Thank you. It's a 100% true by the way. Yeah, the first time I closed a client, I didn’t have anything to send to the guy, so I had to repurpose that thing that you guys are going to get. I had to repurpose it. I think it was from a CPA or something. [inaudible 01:00:07] I had to hack and slash a lot of stuff, but yeah now, we have it. I send it to you guys. You guys get, made an amazing job, so it's pretty cool.
Bradley: John asks suggestion for call service, so I can show customer actual sales calls and possibly sell leads until I have a client. I'm not sure what you mean by call service John unless I talked about pay per call exchange networks such as like RingPartner for example that's one way you can monetize assets until you find a service provided that wants to lease the asset or purchase on a pay per lead basis. However, as I said very, very clearly in the training that pay per call exchange networks, you're going to have really, really shitty conversion rates. It'll be terrible. I don't recommend it, except for something very interim, like if you've got assets that are producing calls, you don't have the service provider in place, then I would suggest using a pay per call exchange network as a kind of a temporary thing, so that you can help to monetize those assets.
Typically, what I do is and it just depends on how many calls I've got coming in, but I'll just send them to a voicemail. Sometimes, people actually leave messages for like tree services or whatever, but for the most part, I'm just showing the call data when I'm looking for a service provider. In other words, like I don't have to show sales volume because that's not up to me to sell. My job is to generate the lead or the phone call primarily, not to sell. It's the service provider’s job to sell and it's not mine. My job is just to produce the phone call, preferably a qualified phone call, but it's not my job to sell, so I don't try to show any sales data. I do like to show call volume data and I can show call metrics if I have them. For example, like calls where they came from, so obviously if you're getting a ton of outside area codes and stuff, then they're likely solicitation calls or spam calls, but if you're getting a lot of local phone number calls, it's because those are probably bonafide leads.
Again that's typically what I do, I just send people to voicemail, unless I've got … If I've got a GMB asset or a cluster of assets that are producing a significant amount of calls and I don't have [inaudible 01:02:34] … Well, usually it doesn't. If you're producing a significant amount of calls, you should be able to find a service provider very quickly because you've got something very valuable. If for whatever reason, you're still struggling with that you could use something like a pay per call exchange network, but just keep in mind that again your conversion rates are going to suck and so trying to use that data to show to a prospect, “Hey look, these are how many calls I generated, I generated 60 calls in the last 30 days, but only had three conversions,” that would be data you don't want to show them. You know what I mean?
Again, don't worry about sales data John. Just show the call volume and preferably if you can show that they were qualified in some manner.
Marco: If I may, I may be jumping the gun.
Bradley: That's why I didn't mention it. I know [inaudible 01:03:27].
Marco: Yeah, we'll be working on something along those lines John. We're going to improve let's say the actual sales conversion. We're working on something, I mean it's really wicked and it's going to be really good. It's still a few months away, which is why we can't give you details because we're putting it all together as we speak. Once it comes out, John you're in the Mastermind and always remember that membership has its privileges. You'll be one of the first people to whom this is made available.
Bradley: There you go. David says, “With the GMB listings you create, to be safe and keep everything separate, should we be setting up a portable Firefox and use a consistent IP address?” It's not necessary what's … David, we've been talking about this every single week for weeks now. We'll repeat it again though. What's important is that whatever IP you use and again, it's not the IP guys. It's not the IP. It's the device. It's the browsing session. You want to keep that live. The IP can change that makes no difference anymore. Honest to God, it makes zero bit of difference if the IP changes. What makes a difference is if you end the browsing session, if you close the … Like logout, like if you log out of Google for example and then, change the IP and try to log back in, it can cause re-verification or trigger a text message or whatever. It can lock your account, but as long as you're logged in, you can change IP as many times as you want and it's not going to trigger re-verification or signing in again.
The idea here guys is not to assign a specific IP and always log in from that IP because what you're doing there is you're just logging into the same IP, but you're always ending the browsing session. What's important is to keep the browsing session live or intact, open all the time, which is how most … That's how real people engage guys. Do any of you on your home computer when you're not doing SEO stuff, do you ever log out, clear cookies and log back in and all that? I mean no you don't because you only do that if you're spamming and you're doing SEO work.
What layman, civilian out there, a non-SEO ever logs out, clears their cache and cookies and then logs back in? Nobody, especially if they've got a Google account, they've got an Android phone, their devices are all logged in at all times and they never logout. Google is creating an avatar of that person and all their browsing history and the content that they like and that they engage with and the type of searches that they search for, the products that they visit, the entertainment, the videos that they watch, like all of that creates a profile and a history. That's what you want to do with your profiles that you're creating for spamming purposes guys. You want to create profiles that the browsing session remains open at all times and then, it starts to develop a history, cookies and cache accruing, not cleaning. You don't want to clean that stuff. You want it to accrue because that makes that look like a more natural, real profile, which is going to be a hell of a lot less likely to gets terminated than if you just assign a specific IP through a proxy and always clear cache and cookies and logout and log back in because you're using the same browser.
That's why I talk about in the training over and over and over again guys, if you're doing any SEO work now in today's, like today, you should be using a browser keeper application. I don't know if that's the proper name. I just made that up. It's an old joke, I just made up, a browser keeper like Browseo or Ghost Browser and there's probably other ones out there, Firefox, whatever you mentioned. Portable Firefox might allow you to do the same thing, I don't know because I'm not familiar with that. It's a good question David. I'm not picking on you, but like I said just don't worry about the IP guys. It's about the device and the browsing session, keep it open at all times. Using a browser keeper app like Browseo or Ghost Browser will give you that ability. Then, you don't even need to use proxies. You can do it from your home IP and it will be fine.
Marco: The problem with portable Firefox is that when you say profiles, sometimes and for whatever reason, the cookies will be wiped away, which is what we want. We want all of that activity. We want all of that information to be kept-
Marco: … forever and for whatever reason, when you go from profile to profile, sometimes you'll come back and that information that you want in there, the cookies and whatever, it'll be gone. That's the problem that I found with Firefox.
Bradley: There you go. Marcus says, “Setting up …” Marcus Aurelius that's funny. Anyways, “Setting up GMB in a different city, any better options than P.O. box for GMB verification?” Yeah, mgyb.co, just go purchase it from us, save yourself the time and the hassle. We'll give you a 60 day guarantee on it too, so just go to mgyb.co, which stands for Make Google Your Bitch and take a look at the GMB verification options.
Do you have an approximate date from when GMB posting will be live on the MGYB store? Good question, Marco?
Marco: I'm not sure what he means by posting.
Bradley: The GMB posting, done for your posts.
Marco: Oh, the done for you service?
Marco: It's almost available as we speak. I know we've been saying that for a while, but I was just talking to Caesar. I met with him today and that's one of the things that we discussed. We just have to set it up. I mean we're changing the framework that we're using so that all of the things that you can add to it because there’s just so much. We want it to be really simple. We don't want you to purchase one thing and then have to come back and purchase another, purchase another. It just becomes onerous and cumbersome and we want to eliminate that.
Bradley: That's awesome Will. Yeah dude, no problem man. When you said that he couldn't figure it out, I went back and looked at those embed codes and all I did was just take a look at the actual code. Guys that's one of the ways you can figure this stuff out. I mean it's not magic. It's just simple like I just copied the code from one of the blog posts that had the playlist embed, the proper embed code and I just compared it to the embed code that you get now and that's how I identified that question mark list equals and in playlist ID. That's all I did, but just compared those two embed codes and it stuck out like a sore thumb. I mean it's not magic. I'm not super smart. All I did was just compare the two and saw the difference between them and identified what it was and that's it, problem solved.
Ray says, “I've got a four-year client. His rankings are slipping after a site rebuilt. It's not a local business. It's international. I don't want it all to a tank from software footprints that Google doesn't like.” Well, Ray, first of all, yeah when you do like a major structural change on a website, you're going to see dancing. With the very limited information you gave me in the question, I'm not going to assume that you haven't waited past the normal Google dance time. I'm just going to assume that you've done all that but just for everybody else's benefit, pretty much all the time when you significantly change the site, like change the theme and structure, layout, those kind of things, it will dance, the site will dance and that's normal. One of the worst things you can do is during the dancing period is to go in and start trying to change up a bunch of the SEO components of the site because that can really trigger, like it can essentially sandbox your site because it's almost like a mousetrap, like a trap that Google sets.
Now, again, I'm going to assume that you waited out the dancing period and now, you're trying to find ways and it's still continuing to slip and that can happen also. I'm not sure why that would happen, unless like you said there's some sort of footprint issue that Google doesn't like. Again, if it was the same type of content stuff, I don't know why that would happen. However that said, is it okay to post to the site blog and use a plugin like [inaudible 01:12:05] to auto post to Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo and other 20 or so social platforms owned by the website business? Yes, as long as they're branded profiles, there's no problem with that whatsoever.
I would highly recommend that you're syndicating content to your branded profiles. Now, you can have other profiles like share content and such, but I would like essentially share, but wouldn't republish the whole post on other like third-party type or persona-based accounts. Branded accounts, yes. Persona-based accounts can mention and link to content, but I wouldn't republish the content that makes sense. I'm not familiar with how Send Buddy works, but it sounds very similar to what our IFTTT applets would do or any one of those other types of tools that our content syndication type tools, Snap, the social network auto poster plug-in is another one that does that, which is a WordPress plugin. Same thing, just select branded profiles to link or to republish content to. You can link to your content from third-party profiles, but don't republish to third-party profiles. Does that make sense?
Okay, Jim, just contact [inaudible 01:13:30] in one of our groups and whatever group you're in, a Facebook or just post in the group, say, “I'm looking for an indexing service.” We'll make sure [inaudible 01:13:38] gets tagged on it. You can go, just visit him direct. We don't have that service available in MGYB yet, but we're just directing people, like direct to [inaudible 01:13:47] because he's awesome. He'll look you up. [inaudible 01:13:53] Over ray Bartholomew, again he says, “If doing more than one client AdWords campaign, should I get some special status from AdWords? Yes, AdWords manager count. That's what you should set up, absolutely. Ray, just go search Google Ads manager account. It's not AdWords any more, Google Ads manager account and then, sign up for that. You're going to need a new Gmail account. You don't sign up with an existing Gmail account. You got to create a new one, but at least in my experience, they don't make you jump through hoops to create it. It's usually just an easy creation process and then, you'll assign Google Ads accounts to the manager account, so that you'll be able to access from the manager account.
Okay, oh sweet, we're done.
Marco: All right, one last thing before you go, guys subscribe to our YouTube channel, come on. It really helps us out. It really helps us keep this free, keep this venue going with four years and counting. We plan on just going as long as we can. It helps us out when you guys go and subscribe to our channel and the activity in our channel also helps us out. Please, go and donate, donate to the charity. It's Thanksgiving, it's a time to be grateful for everything that you have that you've been given, for all of the blessings, but it's also time to look outward and see how much need there is and to know that simple five bucks, like I said a cup of coffee can make a world of difference to a child.
Bradley: Yeah and definitely, guys try to, if you can even $5 like you said, $5 if everybody that came and watched Humpday Hangouts donated $5, it could make a significant difference in a lot of children's lives. Definitely do it. Besides that guys, everybody have a happy Thanksgiving. We appreciate you all hanging out with us, even though we went late again, so thanks. We'll see everybody next week. Happy Thanksgiving.
Marco: Happy Thanksgiving, bye everyone.
In Hump Day Hangouts episode 204, one participant asked what radius the team would recommend for a nationwide eCommerce site using GMB.
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