In episode 274 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked how to make a decent profit from a site with multiple reviews from different niches without a client. The exact question was: Hi guys: 1) Can I have a site as lists with general subjects for multiple reviews from different niches? 2) Say I have press release from site 1 to money site and I want to make another press release from site 2. Can I link to both of the sites (Money site & site 1)? 3) What is the best way and fastest to be ... Read more
In episode 274 of Semantic Mastery’s weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked if the team recommends creating branded domains to get more leads. The exact question was: You recommend branded domains. But how do you do that when you’re targeting multiple cities / towns in the same niche? Do I search for a unique branded domain for each area? I don’t think it’s feasible to use 1 branded domain for all the different areas as I have different clients in different areas. I can’t generate leads for different clients through the same url right? Unless I’m missing something. ... Read more
In episode 274 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked how to generate more leads for a plumbing niche without appearing spammy. The exact question was: I do local lead gen with 95% of clients being plumbers. Leads come through GMB organic rankings, organic website rankings but mostly through Google Ads and the Google Ads location extension. Getting decent results although very competitive in major cities. I find that GMB’s are gold for plumbers but difficult to create a fake gmb and to make it stick. Thoughts on the plumbing niche and advice on higher ticket niches ... Read more
In episode 271 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked what has been the most effective method in getting clients to chase after you. The exact question was: What has been the most effective method in getting clients to chase after you?
In Semantic Mastery’s weekly Hump Day Hangouts episode 268, one viewer asked if you can rank a Google site and GMB while waiting to book a client. The exact question was: Can you rank a Google site without a GMB? (Rank and rent without a client until site is rented?)
“In episode 268 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked what should one look for when assessing a niche for lead gen. The exact question was: I was brought up in SEO hearing that citations of backlinks were the best ways to assess how competitive a niches since that was all you had to do besides a solid site to rank since that is obviously not true. What exactly should I look for when assessing a niche for something like lead gen?
In Hump Day Hangouts episode 264, one participant asked if the Battle Plan provides steps on how to optimize a lead gen site. The exact question was: I just created another brand new lead gen site. Does the battle plan give me steps to optimize the SM way?
In episode 253 of Semantic Mastery’s weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked what DFY SEO service would the team recommend to rank a local real estate lead gen site faster. The exact question was: Which of your DFY services would you recommend for the following scenarios to rank fast? 1. Local Lead Gen for an agent working with a certain radius (Rank for main KW and sub domains for each city)
In episode 244 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked how to brand a lead generation asset in a photography niche. The exact question was: Hey Guys! Thanks for everything. I’m in the process of setting up my first lead generation asset. I’m going after the photography niche. Should I brand the site like any other photographer ex. “”shutterbug photography”” or should i go with something like “” edmontonphotographer.com””. I’m confused how I brand this thing. Especially when it comes to the GMB. Is it a photography company, branded like a regular business or is it something like ... Read more
In Hump Day Hangouts episode 232, one participant asked if it is better to create a different page for each keyword or use a single location to rank different keywords. The exact question was: Thanks (smile) . . . Since we’re light on questions today, I’ll ask something else (smile) . . . When creating local lead gen pages, is it better or easier to create a different page for each keyword or to try to rank a single location page for a bunch of different keywords?