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Hernan: Hey, everybody, welcome to Hump Day hangouts episode hold on episode 232 My name is Adam Moody. I'm reading the script that has just said and it's pretty cool to have you guys here. Today's the 17th of April and this is looking good. So I'm just going to go and you know in honor to or beloved Adam and Secretary which will be going to be missing on this episode. I'm going to be saying hi to everyone on the list as I see them. What's up, Marco?
Marco: Oh, I'm first Holy fuck the Latinos first today.
Hernan: Yeah, man.
Marco: We always end up in the back of the bus, but here I am, man. I got a little bit of a cold but I'm still enjoying the beautiful weather. So that's life. You know, life sucks sometimes. Yeah.
Hernan: How about you Bradley? How's everything man?
Bradley: I'm happy man I'm happy to be here. Things are good. So yeah, we got a very few questions on the new chat app guys we really apologize about that piece of shit Facebook app that we had on here for two weeks and it got every everybody that commented last week apparently got their Facebook account locked. It was nuts. And anyway, I apologize for that we had no idea was going to be like that I got my I got locked out of my account, or non did Marco did. Several of our mastermind members. It was Wow. Anyways, we apologize, we had no idea something like that was going to happen. That's why we got this new one on there that looks kind of funky. But it's kind of cool because it I mean, we're going to find out if it's cool or not. It looks old school as hell but it does give us the ability to post gifts and you can sign in and create an account so that you can actually put your image there which I recommend you guys do so that we know who we're talking to. But if you want to stay anonymous that just use the use it without logging and that's up to you. But anyway, so moving on. Hopefully, this will be satisfactory. We'll see.
Hernan: Yeah, yeah, it sounds good man. So we have some people putting Jeff's or gifts already. That's pretty cool. So a couple of things that we usually do. If you're new to semantic mastery, welcome, good to have you here. Don't forget to subscribe to the YouTube channel. If you want to know more about how we do things, you can go to semantic mastery calm for a slash hump day to be notified every time we go live. And you can come and ask your questions. This is free 100% free. We've been doing this for the past seven or five years. And it's been awesome. So thank you for being here. And if you're not new to semantic mastery, thank you, thank you for the support. This is awesome. Don't forget to if you want to step by step repeatable system to you know, rank your websites whatever those are local websites, new websites, age websites, go to Battle Plan out semantic mastery calm and get the battle plan and if you're ready to join a group of people that are growing their local marketing agencies and whatnot, come to the mastermind which is mastermind.semanticmastery.com. And for all of your done for you premium done for you with SEO services with the stamp of approval of semantic mastery don't accept second options go to em gee, Why be the SEO and you will have everything that you will ever need for your you know, delivering needs because you shouldn't be doing the link building you should be growing your agency that makes sense. So those are the announcements I think I nailed it. I might have something I'm going to paste Now I need to copy and paste some stuff on the thing so so yeah, there was we got I guess,
Bradley: Let me tease what you're doing tomorrow or non so that you don't have to toot your own horn. We got, we've been doing kind of a series in the mastermind. We're probably going to end up launching a product around it anyways, but it's Pay Per Click marketing for local and how to get results. We had a course that I produced about two, maybe two and a half years ago now called Local Kingpin. And it was specifically for using Google AdWords obviously, it's now Google ads, but formerly Google AdWords for setting up lead gen assets and dry and using, you know, producing leads for local businesses, either on a client basis or even on a lead gen basis where you're selling leads. And that worked really well. But the Google Ads dash dashboard, the whole platform has evolved a lot in the last two and a half years, considerably. And, you know, Google Ads themselves for search ads, excuse me, so search ads are rather expensive, you can still be profitable with that. There's no question but it's fucking expensive. So I've actually gotten away from using search ads and get more into using display ads and YouTube ads and remarketing obviously, and it works really well because the display ads are the display ad platform is so much better than it used to be. And you know, years ago when I had developed the local kingpin training
It was in that method that I was using display ads. Suck it, they might have worked, but it sucked setting them up because you had to go out in the order or design your own banner ads and you had designed them and all the various sizes that you wanted to display them in. So the leaderboard, and you know, this 350 by 250 rectangles, you know, all these different sizes. And so it was a pain in the ass, I would hire a graphic designer to develop a set of banner ads, and that would be one set of banner ads, and it might cost me 50 or 60 bucks. If you wanted to split test, you'd have to pay for another set of ads, right. And so it was just it was you'd have to wait for you know, several days to get them back from the designer. And it's a real pain in the ass. And so it wasn't very efficient. And it wasn't very effective unless you really split test a lot and then found a winning combination of ads. But now what you can do on the Display Network when you're setting up display ads is you actually just import photos, it photos and images and let your logo as well and
It's a square version and rectangular version for each. And then you get to add up to five short headlines, one long headline and then up to five descriptions. So and there's, you know, character limits for each. But then what Google does is Google will create responsive display ads out of just the images that you upload it to just regular photos will work or graphics, either one and then will automatically start rotating through your various headlines and descriptions to find out which gets the highest click through as an engagement. And then it will start to auto-optimize the campaign and start serving the ads that are the combinations that performed the best more and more often. And so it's so much easier to set up a campaign now. And although obviously, display ads don't convert nearly as well as like search ads do, it's a fraction of the cost guys, and with the audience targeting that Google Display Network has now or Google has period. They have what they call in market audiences and life event audiences and you can even create custom intent audiences.
is now based on keywords which are really cool. I just started playing with that actually. And so if you go and find the you know in the in the in the in-market audience targeting settings if you can go in and find an end market audience for the businesses that you're generating leads for then those tend to be very good and like for me for contractors typically a the average cost per click runs between anywhere between about 85 cents to $1 50. So somewhere in that range depending on what type of contractor it is that I'm generating leads for. And so that's a fraction of the cost it just for it's just quickly for some perspective here, for roofing leads, for example, it could in some of the areas that I do SEO work and generate leads for roofers of roofing. A click for search ads for roofing type keywords can cost 35 to $40 per click. And you know, typically an average conversion rate is somewhere anywhere between 32
40% right, so you're talking about three clicks to get one lead at $35 per click, that's $105 per lead. That, to me is incredibly expensive. But with those, if you can there in the market audience targeting, you can actually see that there are a roofing odd Roofing Services in the market audience, and you can use that for display ads. And maybe this says you pay $1 per click will just use a nice round number. And it might be a 10% conversion rate as opposed to 30 or even a 5% conversion rate, which means you need 20 clicks to get one lead, but 20 clicks at $1 to get one lead guy think about that as 20 bucks per lead as opposed to 100 bucks per lead when you're using search ads. So keep that in mind and that's for cold traffic. But also for remarketing purposes. Like honestly, if you're not using remarketing in you're doing Client Services, you're nuts because it's just an inexpensive way to get additional traffic back to
The site and even if that traffic doesn't convert a lot, a lot of it will, but doesn't convert into leads. It's a great branding tool to help that business to gain brand recognition so that people will think of them and go search for their brand name when it's time for them to need their product or service because they're constantly reminded of that business. So, long story short,
we're going to work we've been doing a series of training inside the mastermind about using Google ads for Local Lead Generation, not search ads, but display ads and YouTube ads and remarketing ads. And tomorrow Hernan being the Facebook marketing expert that he is, he's coming into the mastermind to do a full training on how to use Facebook ads for Local Lead Generation. And then we're actually going to probably be packaging all that up over the next 60 to 90 days at some point and then launching that as a separate product as kind of an update to local kingpin, but we're going to rebrand it because it's really going to be a whole new course. Did you guys lose me?
Bradley: I got a frozen screen. Okay, yeah, there you go. Okay, so anyways, just kind of wanted to teach you guys a little bit on what's going on in the mastermind tomorrow. Those of you that are the mastermind a lot there's been a discussion thread by the way or not, did you see the discussion thread in the Facebook group, but are saying that we're going to rope you into actually contributing more than just the mastermind because they want a full soup to nuts type train. Yeah. So yeah, well, yeah, if there's a need for it, you know, the mastermind has the privilege that you know, if you guys there's a real need about, you know, a specific type of training that you guys want to go after, then we can make a series there's no problem about that. We're all about, you know, serving our members as much as we possibly can. So that if that, you know, we have a good response tomorrow, that's potentially going to happen, at least initially within the mastermind, and then we'll go from there. But yeah, my idea is to cover as much terrain as possible tomorrow specifically, and then if we need to do another iteration of the, of the training or you know, walk you guys through a couple of case studies. So for instance, I was going through one of the clients that I manage, and we, so he's a chiropractor. He's a local chiropractor, and he has four clinics in Dallas. And over the past, I would say over the past six months, we have spent around $160,000 in advertising, and we have generated almost 4000 confirm appointments to those four offices. Now that is rough. So he is charging $49 per appointment, right? It's an intra massage offer. So he's charging $49 per appointment. We're getting him we're getting those appointments for around 39 to $40. So he's, you know, making money on the front end, but that's not even the best thing. The best thing is that each customer forth to him on average $300 you know because they show up to his office and they buy a bunch of stuff and they buy additional massages and they buy so that's
Average and that's on the low side. So there's, there's effectively we have been moving the needle real hard. He's super happy Of course because he's growing. He's expanding locations and whatnot, and some of the stuff that we were able to implement for him. We will be talking about tomorrow on the mastermind, so it's going to be pretty cool. Yeah, awesome. Yeah. Alright, so the last thing we're going to tease before we get into questions, which we were kind of just hoping that more questions would fill in this chat box anyways, uh, we've got video lead gen system
to Dotto really is launching next week, next Tuesday. As a matter of fact, we're going to talk about it well, the first part of next week's webinar, Hump Day hangouts is going to be where we're going to, you know, kind of get into some detail about what it's about and all that because I completely updated it so that still the old training is there, the old method, which I did for years, but over the last several months, I've been really redeveloping that method to make it more streamlined and efficient, something that a lot of it can be outsourced, but also just to make it to where, even if you were doing this yourself like, you know, managing the all of the video lead gen or video email campaigns on your own, I don't recommend that. But if a lot of people still going to do it on their own anyway, it's a lot more efficient now to where what used to take roughly 20 to 30 minutes per video email to send out. Now what will take you just two to three minutes No kidding, there's there will be a setup period on the front end where you can't get into the method here, there'll be a setup period where it might take you an hour to get everything set up. But then from there for every prospect you want to mail to, it's literally two to three minutes. And that's it. And so it's a hell of a lot more efficient. And I've tested a lot of different follow-up methods from that as well to once you are notified of engagement and I talked about all of this in the training and found several different methods that work really well to the kind of get the conversation going and stuff and so I go into great detail. It's basically a whole new course but you're still going to get the original version, as well as the Everything's under
The same membership site now. So there's the original version, which still works, but it's a bit more time-consuming. And then there's the newer version that can be applied to pretty much any sort of marketing service I use specifically one, were really two types of methods for monetizing it. In the examples and in the training, I talked about how to use it for monetizing lead gen assets. And then I also talked about for client services, if you're just doing outreach for clients instead of lead generation service providers. Then, you know, there's a method I talked about specifically optimizing GMB stuff, but it can be modified or an applied to pretty much any sort of service that you offer. So if you're a digital marketer does Facebook ads like her non for example, you could still use the video lead gen system, you just obviously are going to talk about how you can get results with Facebook as opposed to how you can get results with Google My Business. So any of you guys one of the things that we do is we surveyed you guys on a consistent basis to find out what what-what our audience needs, and something that comes up all the time is client getting right? securing clients and that kind of stuff. And so that's really what this was all about. It's so that you guys can go out and least get the conversation started. It's not sales training. I'm not real good at sales unless I got a referral, like been referral but as far as getting the conversation going for prospecting, it's an outstanding way to do it's very unique, you'll get a lot of responses that way. And then it's really going to be up to you to present your offer in such a way that you close the client, you know what I mean? Or the prospect at that point. So anyways, be on the lookout for that guys. Next week, we're going to do like we typically have done in the past, which is a limited offer on the front end for 24 hours and then the price will go up. And that's typically how we do that. So be on the lookout for that next week.
Okay, anything else?
I think we're good.
Alright, cool. Let's get into questions. Alright, so with our 1989 looking chat box, which kind of cool though. Let's get into it will start at the top
What Are Your Thoughts On Keyword Research Ninja?
KT says what are your thoughts on keyword research ninja? I have no thoughts on it whatsoever I've never used it I really don't use any keyword research tools anymore other than Power Suggest Pro, Google AdWords you know, the Google Ads keyword planner for because I still do PPC stuff. And then we have our own in-house keyword research product that is like anytime you need keywords, that's, you know, our go-to source now is MGYB? We have the keyword research done over there because it takes hours to compile a good list of keywords. Really, you can spend hours doing that and organizing the keywords into silos and you know, proper themes and that kind of stuff. And that's what our, you know, our product on keyword research is specifically it's you know, our assistant or employee that does all of that have access to multiple tools, SEM Rush, Power Suggest Pro, you know, all different kinds of tools that she uses to actually develop these reports and puts them into silos and all that kind of stuff. So different type of intent keywords, commercial intent, informational queries, that kind of stuff. So it just makes it super easy. So honestly, I can't give you an opinion on any of those keyword tools because I just don't use them. It just requires too much time in my opinion. And I'd rather outsource that or use a simple tool when I'm going to do it myself such as Power Suggest Pro. Marco or anybody else wants to comment on any of those.
Marco: I agree that that's all I use. I use our keyword research. I mean, I taught them how to do it for a reason it's based on the way that you do it. And the way that I do it, which is Google Trends and power suggest Pro with Google ads, right the Keyword Planner Tool, and but the basis is right there. Then we go into everything else and we drill down as much as we can get as much information as possible go to Answer the Public. We just use just a ton of different tools that we can get all of the keywords. I mean, you get thousands sometimes I see our report come back, and it's 7, 8, 9 thousand keywords strong. And I'm thinking, this is like the best way to take down a market. Let me if you really need to start and understand your market and the words involved in your market. There's nothing better. I mean, I don't know I can't speak on keyword research Ninja, it might be fabulous. But I can't say anything other than the way that we have it set up works perfectly well for what we do. Yeah.
Bradley: Yeah. And again, it's the amount of time that goes into that, you know, I got away from doing it myself because it just takes too much time. Especially to Oregon. Like it's easy to spit out a bunch of keywords with a tool but to organize them in proper themes, you know, and basically silos and that kind of stuff and intent type people words like that's yet I mean, as far as I know, that's manual. I don't know tools that actually do that maybe keyword research and into does that. I don't know, I don't even look at tools like that anymore. So, unfortunately, I can't give you a good answer to that.
Does Using Subdomains Produce Better SEO Juice Than Using Pages For Multi-City Local Lead Gen Site?
Gordon's up he says thank you very much again for the help you provide on hump days. You're welcome. He says he when setting up a multi-city local lead gen site you have advised in the past few subdomains of the main domain for each city instead of using a page under the main domain. When using pages, I know that the SEO juice can be spread among all the city pages, but when using subdomains is the SEO just spread among all the subdomains to help each other one rank met each one rank better, or does each subdomain stand on its own for SEO purposes? Well, it's a little of both Gordon because, again, a subdomain is treated as a separate entity by Google right. But there is the parent domain being the root domain. So you can the way I always looked at it was subdomains and other subdomains of the same root domain are called siblings, sibling domains, right and the parent domain being the root.
And so what happens is each one of the subdomains or sibling domains are their own standalone sites, which is good for protection purposes. And that's what we've talked about. That's the reason why I've always done that. Now, it's funny because I really don't do anything spammy anymore, at least not to the actual money sites. So I can probably get away with just doing the inner pages, but it's still allowed. You're still a, you know, and that it doesn't mean that what we do right now, doesn't couldn't be considered spammy tomorrow, because we don't work for Google. Right. And so even though I've never really had, at least for several years now, I haven't had any issues with getting sites deindexed or penalize. I've always kept using subdomains specifically to minimize risk, right to reduce exposure, so to speak. Because as I've said before, if you put all of your location pages on the root, so their inner pages, right, and if you catch a penalty against any one of those pages, it could pull the whole site down and all of your other location pages.
Although again, as I said, the methods that we teach, haven't knock on wood, they haven't created any penalties that I'm aware of, for any of my own stuff, as well as any of our students, okay, that I'm aware of. And so you could probably get away with doing it on inner pages for management purposes, that would be much easier for there's no doubt because you'd all you'd have just one site to manage. That said, though, just keep in mind that that's putting all of your eggs in one basket. So if Google decides to take that basket, or destroy one of the eggs in that basket, it could very well hurt all the others as well. So back to the original question, a subdomain is kind of a standalone site in that if a subdomain was to catch a penalty, for some reason or another, it would only affect that subdomain, the route would be left intact would remain healthy and all of the other sibling domains or subdomains would also remain healthy, untouched, essentially, from that penalty that's been levied against that one subdomain. So it's isolates any potential penalty problems. However, if you were to catch a penalty against the root domain, it would automatically apply to all of the child domains or subdomains. Does that make sense? So that's why we all I've done that in the past was to always protect the root against all odds, right? Protect the root. And then if I was going to do anything spammy, it would be on a subdomain level. And that was specifically for that reason.
However, what you can do is in this is something I've actually been testing recently, but I don't have enough time passed to see in fact, I just talked about this on the last mastermind webinar, so 13 days ago, actually, about how to use subdomains and the root domain in conjunction to kind of power it up. And I can't give away the the the method here because it can't do that because it's kind of an extension of something that we teach in our paid courses. But there is a way to still use somebody domains and use the root domain to kind of help power up the subdomains, with inner pages without doing anything that could catch it catch up a penalty to your route. But again, you know, as far as does the subdomains benefit each other, yes, it may not be quite as a quick effect or, or might not be as effective as inner pages. But here's the thing, every one of those subdomains are still attached to the root, right. So again, the root domain being the parent domain is going to benefit now, you guys know we don't talk. We don't care much about metrics. We stopped caring about proprietary third-party metrics several years ago, but let's just use one as an example because a lot of you guys will understand it this way. Let's just use domain authority Moz's metric and page authority is an example okay?
When you have a domain authority that sitewide including subdomains, right, so for example, if you have a domain authority of 20 five on the root, then your subdomains, when you create a new subdomain, it won't automatically be 25. I don't think so. But it will become it will benefit from the domain authority of the parent domain. And so what I have found over the years now that I've been developing these multi-location sites using subdomains is that at first, when you start developing, like, let's say you start off with two locations, so you've got the root domain, and then to subdomains at, you know, each subdomain being four different location. And then you add, so you start optimizing, you know, doing what you do to get results. And then you add a third location. Well, that third location tech, you know, typically, according to my experience, will, will often start to get results faster than the first two dead, because it's actually benefiting from some of the authority that has been accrued or you know, accumulated from the previous two subdomains and the route altogether, right. So as a whole, it's now that that new subdomain is actually benefiting from the authority that has accrued from the previous two and the route itself if that makes sense. So then you add a fourth subdomain and you know, fourth location, and a fifth and a six. And what happens is I start to see each new location that I add, tends to respond quicker get results faster than the previous one, because it's actually benefiting from the authority of the, you know, cluster essentially, that's it's the root domain, as well as its additional its other siblings. So, again, if you're doing just inner pages, you'll probably be going to get a faster effect from that. But I found that you know, as you continue to build out additional subdomains, they helped to, they kind of benefit or receive benefit from all of the previous subdomains as well. So they're at their birth point, right. The moment that you create that subdomain, it really already has some inherent authority because of it being a subdomain of a root domain that has built authority or crude authority if that makes sense.
So, anyway, I can't get into any more further of that, honestly, because I will be giving away too much. Come join the mastermind and will tell you all about it. So, Marco, do you want to comment on that at all or Hernan?
Marco: Now, just to validate a little bit what you're talking about on domains, we see that domain subdomain. We see that when we do drive stacks, and we add additional folders and files, right? The more you add the more power that as you say, a cruise and I call it power. I don't give a shit about domain authority or trust flow. I don't give a crap about any of that its power. And so the more that you do have whatever it is that you're doing inside the drive stack, the more power that you pushing through, and the more power that ends up wherever it is that you got that drives tech game. That's why they work so well. Yeah. And so the more work that you do inside, the more keywords that you target, whether it's keyword plus location or service, whatever it is that you're doing.
You do more of it inside your drive stack. And before you know it, I mean, it's just pushing tons of power wherever it is that you want to go. And we've seen people live from case studies that they even get an empty folder to rank before anything else rank. So it's crazy the amount of power that you can do in this method, whether you're doing it at the TL D and subdomain level or at the drive stack and G site level. Right?
Twitter Embed Code Not Displaying Properly In GSite
So if it says it says good day Semantic Mastery team thanks for this form to ask questions and get real answers. When optimizing the site, I framed Twitter the area stays blank with no message saying it won't connect. Is that still okay? All right. I don't do much Twitter stuff. But I know that if you just take a Twitter URL, tweet URL, a Twitter profile, URL, whatever and try to use an iframe create generator that it won't show you have to go into Twitter developers and actually generate an embed code for it which you can do with like your timeline, tweets and stuff. So for example, you can take a Twitter profile and go to
The developers, I think it's developers.twitter.com or something like that just do a Google search, you'll see what I mean. And you can ask you, or even just go to Google and search, how do you create or embed a Twitter feed? And that's what you would? Again, I don't do much Twitter stuff. But if I was going to try, and I haven't, so I haven't tested it with G sites, guys, but you could probably it's probably you're using the wrong type of embed code. And that's why it's not displaying is what I'm saying. If you go generate the correct proper embed code from the Twitter developers site, or whatever, whatever it is, again, I don't do much Twitter stuff, just like you can, you know, I recently I built Believe it or not, I built some PB ends recently because I was testing. I don't use PB ends. Often guys, I very rarely use them. But I did build a few that I was testing and somebody product actually. And one of the things that they required was that you had made the site look, you know, very real. So one of the things that asked for was embedding a Twitter feed, so I had some persona profiles from some older since networks that I had built that had Twitter profiles with, you know, updates. And so I just had I had, that's how I learned to go build this little embed code. And that's a Twitter feed in bed, that you have to go to the developers console and sign into that account. And then you create it that way. And it gives you the specific embed code for that Twitter feed. So it's probably that you're using the wrong one. Now, I could be wrong guys. Because like said, I don't do much of that stuff with Twitter at all. But I'm pretty sure if you're trying to use just an iframe generator with a Twitter profile or something like that, it's going to be blank, it's going to not work.
Can You iFrame A Facebook Business Page?
Now, the next part of that question is, can you iframe in a Facebook business page? As far as I know, no, I Facebook has iframe breakers that won't allow you to embed them anywhere using any sort of tool. If anybody has a different answer please speak up.
Hernan: I think you're right Bradley on that on that and I haven't personally tried to iframe Facebook but I know that you know, Facebook is kind of against that other than Facebook videos, you know that what you can allow and but you can embed that an iframe that but other than that, I wouldn't know? Yeah.
Bradley: Yeah, I know. There are some like plugins and stuff that will allow you to embed a or you know, display a Facebook page. But it actually Yes, you have to connect it via API and all that kind of stuff like, so there are WordPress plugins that will do that. But as far as just an embed code from Facebook, I don't think that's possible. Once again, I don't do much Facebook stuff. So I couldn't tell you with all certainty, but I can I know that, like, if you try to just take a Facebook URL, and iframe it, it won't it all, it will never display anywhere. I've never seen that ever work. So you have to use stuff that connects via API or authorize or what are they called Facebook apps or whatever. We actually create all that shit in order just to get even a Facebook page to show in like a widget area on a website.
Hernan: Um, so yeah, and they're even more like they're, they're even more like restrictive with all of the privacy stuff that they're going through. So that you may want to consider so.
Bradley: yeah, and then you try to iframe or when you try to embed a Facebook comments app you see what happens the previous couple on the Hangouts that and I get it I guess that's because people can act that shit so right cool we're going to keep moving. This chat is already thousand better than anything before devices that is cool thanks to Vaughn I'm glad you guys liked it for a bus the new battle call right revert I think that's one of the guests says get repeatable oh that's you that was you that's maybe a farm setting up by a cat gotcha well mines Bradley hmm feisty forehead motherfucker in charge just in case you guys wondered what that was all about.
Do Semantic Mastery RYS Stacks Add More Value To An Existing Syndication Network & GMB Page?
Bradley: The humanoid says Marco I have an RYS Drive stack order pending and creating an RYS stack I have my syndication network complete in my see when creating a try so that I have my syndication network completed my GMB URL done. would it add more value when I have you build my RYS stacks. Thank you will thank you will
I know that was directed to Marco I'm gonna put my two cents in first before Marco answers. And if you already have your syndication network all your profile URLs to become target URLs as well. guys remember it's just kind of about it's just like internal linking right with your syndication network. It's there's no reason why you shouldn't be powering up your tier one assets as well. So if you have all of that I would actually absolutely include those but Marco, that's more question for you.
Marco: Yeah, I'm thinking that he wants to know if he should have the team, put them into the bill, by all means, that that's your tier one branded, it should be included and then So when did he get the spreadsheet to hit with link building. That's what's going to get hit your tier one branded your GMB and everything that's inside that drive stack. So yes, by all means, have at it, and you're going to see some really good results. I've been getting a bunch of testimony.
By the way of about people having to build links to their dry stacks and then the drive stacks just going crazy. Yeah once they get some the link building done so yes have added the same thing with the ad ID page. I've done some testing with that and just and that's what I loved about it. It's one of the easiest methods because all you gotta do is go submit link building gig order to you know, I wouldn't say to just anybody but Daddy has got it down to a science and just taking like the ad ID the iframe loop stuff that we've talked about and again our paid courses and almost all of them it's available that that just works really well and again, that's just what that magic of I frames and when you combine that with Dr. stacks or even dr stacks alone, but that's part of it because of you know, iframe in that gets done in the site, everything else so it's just incredibly powerful. And just hitting those that's the beautiful thing about it guys is you know, the daddy has link building pack service which is in MYB, right? They're still spam links, but he's good at what he does. He's a pro, he's a professional, there's no doubt and because of that, he knows how to make it really effective. And then when you use something like Google assets as the target or Amazon domain as the primary target, then it can take that kind of abuse like you can hammer away at it, and it can take it and filter it like a champ. In fact, it just kind of powers it up. Now, it's not something that I would ever direct to the money site, but you can do you know what I mean, but you can do it two very powerful tier one assets, which is why we developed the way that we do so that's why we don't even use VPN, who needs a pbn? When we can use Google and Amazon assets to create the same effect and then you spam links as opposed to and I call them spam and everybody who want to do spam. But guys, I mean, that's what link building tools do they create spam links, you can call them whatever you want. That's really what they are. Right and so pbn links are technically spammed links to you might be buying links from you know, a domain that has good metrics, but unless it's super well themed and all that they're typically spam links anyways, you know what I mean? So it's just it's about how you use them and what you point them at. And so we recommend doing it the way that you know, at least our method we use our method for specifically for a reason. It's efficient, and it works well. Right.
All right old school, like daddy says, will it be set up like this tomorrow? Hernan? What's tomorrow?
Hernan: The webinar? webinar or mastermind? Yeah, now it's gonna be on a mastermind. Yeah. It'll be in the regular mastermind.
Bradley: Jim, think that's when? Yeah, just the regular master the live mastermind webinar page, just like we've always been doing over there. I we haven't had any problems with that over there. Now it's in the bond site. Yeah, right. The membership site, right.
So as far as I know, we've never had any problems not one complaint with it over there. We had a problem with the Disqus chat app. on these pages for some reason I think it's a Click Funnels issue like it just didn't jive well but on the traditional mastermind webinars inside the membership site we haven't ever had a complaint on that so if I'm wrong and you guys got some complaints about it to make them known to make them known over there in the Facebook group not here.
How Would You Strategize Sending Out An Email Campaign For Over A Year?
I blue panda whoever that is, is hey guys hope this Jeff Oh, what the hell? That's the same as what we had before. Maybe not okay. Hey, guys hope this chat function works better than this. That piece of shit Facebook jet cheese. Yeah. Or Geez, you're right. That was terrible. Okay, onto my question. I have a list for my niche that is big enough to send 1000 emails per day for over a year. Wow. This is simply a law of big numbers campaign for my client. These will be a one time blast. Either they respond or they don't and the next class goes out the next day what would be the best way to approach a list of this size style of sending? I don't know I've never spammed at that level before. Spam demon.
And that's exactly what you're doing. So the best person to answer that question is unfortunately not here. That's Chris, our partner, Chris, he, he's been doing that kind of work for four years. He can give you the best advice on that. But he's not here. I'm sorry, he's traveling. Yeah, the only thing I would know to say is that make sure that you have plenty of sending from domain email account. So in other words, making sure that you've got several many, many, many different email account setup, you know, that you can send from because you're probably going to burn every single account that you send from like, almost every day.
I don't know for sure, because it depends on how clean your list is. But typically, when you're sending out mass emails like that, from a particular account, especially 1000 per day, you have to have accounts that have developed some sort of reputation for or else when you go to hit send on 1000 emails from an account that's not really seasoned. It will you know, the is the internet search or email service providers will throttle those accounts and not the inbox. You know a bunch of them and also with people will start hitting the spam button which it's likely if they were unsolicited emails, you will get a lot of people hitting the spam button, it will flag that particular domain account for or domain email excuse me for spam and so it will like they'll just stop unboxing her nine you were going to comment? Yeah, yeah,
I agree with you. What I was about to say is that if you want to, you know, reach out to Chris just post in the Facebook group and maybe take him I don't know if blue pen is on the mastermind group. Yeah, if you're in the mastermind, we could get to it. You know, Chris will give you a lot of help out there. Otherwise, you could try it in the free Facebook group and I don't know how much he'll reveal about something like that there. But yeah, that's the only problem like guys I talked about this a few weeks ago, but you know, I got I've unsubscribed from just about every single marketing list that I'm I've ever been on.
Over the last several months, because I decided to get really focused and you know, buying shiny objects and getting pitched new training, you know, methods and stuff like that all the time was really, and I, you know, there's they're kind of happens in cycles. I know a lot of you guys we've I've talked with a lot of our mastermind members over the last several months I do calls now with, you know, one on one calls with mastermind members, as a new member, you get a one on one call with one of us. And then every quarter or so I try to open up the ability to have another 30 minute call with me so I can kind of help you know, find out more about people in our mastermind and what struggles are going through and offer some guidance and and and, you know, 90 days to six months and three to six months, I have another call with them, find out if they made any progress, and they're going to have new issues at that point. So one of the things that I've heard a lot through those calls without calling anybody out is that, you know, constantly being bombarded with different opportunities. And that's because we're all marketers, right? And so we've gone out and been signed up for whatever ours, which puts us on email list or we bought products, which puts us on email lists. And the next thing you know, we get hammered and you guys can all relate I'm sure you get hammered and hammered and hammered all the time with solicitation offers for training or for software or tools or services and all that kind of stuff. And you know,
I found that although they may be interesting and sometimes entertaining to go like watch webinars or to go check out the new sales page of the new tool that or software or WordPress plugin or whatever the hell it is, that typically just distracts from making any progress a real progress in my business and you know, over the years I've gone up and down with that, you know, sometimes a more susceptible to that other times I'm not but over the last many months now I really just started to unsubscribe from you know, ton of people's emails. The reason I started saying that was because my oldest email account that is the account that I use, it's a Yahoo account, Yahoo mail account, that's the one that I used to always sign up for stuff like I don't use my main Gmail accounts for for to sign up for lists or two webinars and things like that, because I knew that I get on a spam list, right and people would start spamming me. I'm still getting a ton of spam over there. But I've never voluntarily or I very, very rarely voluntarily used one of those primary Gmail type email addresses for signing up for that stuff. But I had a Yahoo mail account that was just getting spammed to death. And so over the last several months, I have really, really gotten a much better handle on that too. Because what I've done is I've gone every time I get an email now I just daily maintenance Now, every single day, I go through my Yahoo account probably two maybe three times a day. And if there's an email that came is comes to me that I was unsolicited, which is you know, it's they don't come nearly as often as they used to now, I open up the email, I scroll right to the bottom finance subscribe button, I click it and make sure you know in the page reloads that it's that in the net new tab that I've unsubscribed. Then I close that tab and I go back in and I click the spam button and Yahoo
And I do that every single day. And, you know, I used to get literally dozens, sometimes hundreds of emails per day, as many of you guys can probably relate. And now I swear to God, this is no bullshit over the last, probably five to six weeks now, I might get two or three emails per day and some days I don't get any spam or unsolicited emails anymore. And that's because I've gotten into the habit of doing that. So now it's much more manageable like that, that email counts almost like a clean account. Now I do still get occasional as I said, Sometimes I'll get one. Sometimes I get two or even three spam emails where it's another internet marketer that bought my name off the list somewhere and sends me some bullshit email about the newest WordPress plugin. But I open up the email, I go straight to the unsubscribe button, unsubscribe and then come back and hit the spam button. And so it's really really reduced that now the reason I said that was because if you start emailing people with unsolicited emails, you're likely going to have many of them going to hit that spam button and that's going to tank your deliverability, just like that. So if you're going to be doing that sort of a strategy, you're going to need a ton of email accounts ready, essentially one per day and even that, I don't know that I'd send 1000 per day from one account. I probably split that up across multiple accounts. Okay.
Can You Still A GSite And Empower A Client's Money Site If You Don't Have Access To Their Email Account?
Anyways, it says when working with clients and you don't have access to their email account, can you create a G site for them embed their properties and deliver the power to the money site URL? Well, yeah, I would never ask for access to my clients Google accounts ever never do I asked for that. So that's how we do it right? We create and fits if it's the same fits as I know that we used to be in our mastermind you should know that. And it might not be but ya know, like, for example, we just we create for clients created or even if for you guys that buy stuff from us, we're going to go create a Google account.
To create your assets, the same thing with my clients, I go create a Google account, right or if they're on G sweet, which some of them are, but most of them aren't, then I have them add, you know, create an email or user account for me. And then I will end up, you know, giving me they, and then I asked them to give me permissions for to access the other accounts, like our Google Apps essentially within that account, right? That makes sense. And guys, you know, send a screencast video tutorial video to your users. So for example, I don't ever ask for Google account access, but I do ask for to be added as a Google My Business Manager to their GMB for example. Right. So how do you do that? Well, unless you ask for their login details and go do it set, you know, add yourself as a manager, you know, add yourself as a manager, you got to ask them to do it. So if they don't know how to do it, you got to provide them with instructions. The easiest way to do that, in my opinion, is to just do a quick tutorial video and show them hey, show him another GMB account. say look, login go to business google. com
Left-hand sidebar, you're going to go click users, this little box is going to show you're going to see a little plus icon at the top, click that to add new user at my email address from the drop-down, select, you know, manager, not site or not owner, just add me as a manager and then click you know, invite or send or whatever the button says, and I'll get an invitation and then I'll go be able to access you can do the same thing, if they have, you know, if you wanted it to be hosted on their main Google account, like a G site, which is unnecessary. But if you wanted to, you could give them instructions on a go into sites, google.com and add me as a user or manager, whatever, give me permission to be able to access that app within your Google account. However, it doesn't matter because you can create the new account, build everything under the new account and then add your client Gmail account as a manager and then transfer ownership if you needed to. But again, it's really unnecessary. It doesn't matter who the Google account is. You can push the power the SEO juice anywhere you want. Okay.
Facebook Embed Post
Facebook also gives you an embed code for each post. Really? Yeah, it does. You so you can embed a Facebook post? Yes, that is correct. When did that start? Yeah,
it's always been there. Yeah, it's been rough. But Jay get. So if you get if you create, like, for instance, if you create, I don't know, post with a link or a post with an image bubble, blah, then you can embed that somewhere. So it has to, it has to be on in your timeline. Or it has to be like, like on an open page. It can be like, if it's a closed group, you can't do anything with it. If if it's a member, whatever it if it's hidden or secret or Harvard. I don't know too much about Facebook. I'm just there answering questions. Yeah, but if it's open, right, and if it's public, yes, Google will not Google Facebook will give you an embed code for that post or for whatever it
Is that you're doing an image or video. But in those at one post though, right, correct, I don't I think that you're right that there's an X breaker if you try to embed the like the entire face. Yeah. Yeah. And it has to come from a, from a Facebook page, if that makes sense. Not from a profile. You know, even if the profile is public, there's a lot of, you know, stuff going on with privacy and whatnot. So it needs to come from a Facebook page, which is what your clients are going to be using anyway. Right. So um, so yeah, but that's, that's another caveat that you want to have in mind. Yeah, well, I mean, okay, so that may mean that that's cool. And all but you know, unless you're going to go in and update the iframe, or the embed code on a regular basis on your sites. I don't see how I mean, obviously, if you've got I guess one post that you specifically trying to power up then yeah, and you could embed it and then hammer and you know, the G site or wherever you've got an embedded with links or something like that, but you know, typically I like to set up the iframe that is going to update dynamically. So I publish content and it's on an automatically be in the iframe that I'm trying to power up. Do you know what I mean? So that's cool. I didn't, I wasn't aware that you could embed individual posts, but say, that's cool. I just learned something. Yep. Very cool. Yep.
Is It Better To Create Different Page For Each Keyword Or Use A Single Location To Rank Different Keywords
Okay, so Gordon's up again, it says, Thanks a lot for your previous answer. You're welcome. He says, which brought up this question and used to be okay to use duplicate content for different sites targeting and local niche in different cities, just changing the location info one site for each city. But is that still true? I've never done that. Gordon. Honestly, I've always advocated for using unique content for all those and that's specifically because, at some point, it could be, you know, toxic, it could you could end up catching a penalty because it is all duplicate content and duplicate content, guys, it's supposed to be on the same domain, I get that, but on the same subdomains, you know, I don't I don't like that because it's not as effective.
So what I've always always always suggested Yes, it has worked, you can just swap out location information. So like essentially the city modifier within the content. But it's inexpensive to have a piece of content written and then have it rewritten, it's a lot less expensive to have it rewritten than to have original content written for each, which by the way, when you go to a content farm, none of its original, all they're doing is rewriting other content that they've scraped from the web, just so you're aware of that, guys, when you go buy an article from a content farm. It is a rewritten article from something else on the web that they scraped, that's it, there's nobody there is actually writing an original article. all they're doing is going easy and articles or somewhere else scraping an article and then rewriting it and usually it's rewritten very poorly, by the way, but what I'm saying is you can go out and order an article, habit, you know, Britain for whatever, let's say it's 1000 word article, and it cost you 40 bucks. And then you have article rewrites. So let's say you got six locations six subdomains where you got the URL
So that you paid 40 bucks for that, but then you order five rewrites, it might cost you $8 per rewrite. And now you've got six, original, unique, let's just I'm using air quotes, but six or unique articles that are going to be more effective, in my opinion, long term, then having the same piece of content used across multiple sites where the only thing you change this is the location modifier. So that's how I've done that, guys. I've got lead gen assets out there with subdomains with 20 subdomains, and they each have their own unique content. You know, and that's specifically for that reason.
You know, again, it's your call, I've always wanted to build long term assets that will rank and produce revenue for me for years, and I've got many of them. And so, you know, again, it's all I always think about, it might be a little bit more expensive, a little bit more hassle on the front end. But what's more of a hassle having assets that stopped producing or start performing poorly, because of you took shortcut cuts on the front end. You know if they're producing revenue for you and again guys I don't know if it works or not because I just don't do it. I don't know if it still works or not but other people may be able to comment and say oh it works fine that's fine if you want to build your business that way do it you know, there's it's up to you. So I don't recommend it though. Honestly, I try to do the work up front so that it will produce for me for the long term and I don't have to continually worry about that shit.
Do you remember that when they first came out with pandas and penguins? What that what Google was asking for rich unique relevant content that's updated on a regular basis how often they repeated that that was when the doofus what's his name was still with with with the spam team gotten Matt Cutts right. When that was so that this is they kept asking them they didn't they keep doing it over and over fresh, unique relevant content updated on a regular basis. But the telling you that for a reason the bot feeds of content
Now I know that people have done tests when and where, you know, they've used Latin. And it ranked, but there were still keywords interspersed with that Latin garbage that made it rank and that's what the bite is feeding off. It's feeding off that information that you're giving it. And if you just keep pushing the same information over and over, we have seen this, again, we always test guys is why we can give you the answers to these questions. We've seen it time and again and local GMB Pro, that if you use different posts, that if you do it regularly, whatever regularly means for your niche because niches a different each unique niche will react differently to the post frequency. But we know that if you use fresh, unique, relevant content, update on a regular basis, fresh images or you make Google think that they're fresh images
Marco: don't even have to be, it's just all about feeding them but the information that the bot is coded to look for. It's looking for these variables, right the keyword in the right places, and in the right amount and then information. And, and it's also looking at how a real person interacts with that content that you're displaying. And whether that person finishes, whatever action they set out to do. All of this is part of it. Now, if you give people the same information over and over and over again until you change this is a little bit eventually that gets stale, and the bodies will be able to tell how people react to that. And the one thing you'd never want to do is you never want to send us a negative signal. We always concentrate on feeding them but the positive signals that's going to get us positive actions and reactions going to get us better placement.
going to give us knowledge panel displays is going to get us calls. And it's going to get us web site visits, and whatever else, right, whatever else that we're looking for. But it all starts with your content. And yes, you can feed garbage. But eventually, what will happen is it'll get the index just like it happened with that test website that was done. But that one was just to show what you could do with the content place in in in the right areas. And in the right amount. Guys, don't trick yourself into thinking I'm going to take the easy way out and just change the location. Give people a reason to think about it. Think like the end user, right? If I'm going in there, and I'm looking to have my problem solved, and I keep seeing the same garbage over and over. I don't want to deal with that. I want someone that that's talking to me as the end user, and someone who's going to help me solve my problem, become problem solvers and you're going to go a long way towards really developing your content in a way that people are really going to enjoy interacting with, and in the long run is going to make your whole lot more money than taking shortcuts. Yeah.
Bradley: All right. We're going to wrap it up here in a minute. But if it says mastermind calls from Bradley are awesome, relevant, timely, and actionable period. Thanks fits. Appreciate that. Yeah, I've enjoyed those calls. I had a couple of this week already. So again, I appreciate that. And then lastly, Gordon had posted one more question. That's fine, Gordon, we appreciate that. He says, since relied on questions, I'll ask something else. And this is a good question.
Is It Better To Create Different Page For Each Keyword Or Use A Single Location To Rank Different Keywords?
He says when creating local Legion 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? Yeah, so that's a great question. Because several years ago, that was the method was to it was and that was the industry, right? The traditional knowledge, right was to go out and create. Each page would be optimized for a singular keyword. Right. That was really how silo structure was started.
be taught was, you go out and you create a silo and then you collect the supporting keywords for that silo and then you start creating posts within the silo that each post is optimized for one keyword. And that can still be applied today. But the thing is, though, you're better off. So let me back up for a minute like with a complex silo, guys, there are categories and subcategories, right? And so what I'm saying is it used to be it was taught for a while the best practices was was to create your top-level keyword would be the top-level page, your top level category. And then for your next tier down of keywords, right, you're supporting keywords, you would create a subcategory for each of those keywords. Right, so that's a child page. And then at your post level, you would go out and take longer tail versions of your second tier keywords and you would create individual posts for each one of those that would link up to your sub-category pages, right. And so that was very granular It was like Uber optimized content. But after panda three or four I don't even remember which one it was but it was sometime around 2014 timeframe we started noticing that that was less effective and now and that's because guys the algorithm has gotten so much better and understanding natural language right it with AI and rank brain and all of that it understands content and its totality now a lot better than it used to, right it's Google's gotten incredibly advanced in that respect. And so now you can actually have longer form content that targets many semantically related keywords that's the key right? So instead of going out and creating multiple pages, which is kind of a bitch anyway, and it's it's really makes as Marco was just talking about, it makes for a shitty user experience to if you go to a site and you have to click to another page to learn more about a very similar keyword anyways or product or service. So it just becomes repetition over and over and over again. And that's less effective. So you're better off creating a long-form piece of content, as it as a page that has a lot of your relevant similarly related keywords within that page, you can even have somewhat broader topics combined on the same page. So provided that they're segregated by correct segments, or headings, and other words, sections within the page. So you know, and I've experimented with even ranking one page websites guys for, you know, multiple types of keywords like that wouldn't even be in the same silo. But because of the way that you organize the content on the page, you can still rank for that. Here's another example, using like Table of Contents or navigation links with hot links that go to those sections on the page. So that's a good way to kind of set to analyze the content within a page to where you can only you can have one page that can rank for multiple keywords or themes that make sense. So to answer your question.
I wouldn't go with optimizing for singular keywords. No, don't get me wrong if you're if you're doing short blog posts, for example, I target, you know, with GMB posts a lot singular keywords, I mean, we still I still sprinkling variations of that single keyword, but there's one primary keyword typically for me, for GMB posts. So you can still do that. But for your pages on your site, right, I'm talking about posts doing that. But for your pages on your site, which are typically what you're trying to rank, you're using posts to support the page, right? So for pages, I would recommend going with longer form content instead. That's why I don't usually recommend using complex silos anymore because you can accomplish it with simple silos, which is just categories and page, top-level categories and pages and then post supporting posts. Because complex structures are exactly what their name implies. They're complex. They're hard to manage. It's hard to map out in the beginning, and it's, it's honestly, I think it's overkill for most stuff, especially for local it's overkill for most local things. All right.
Okay five o'clock I've got to go but I am going to read this comment real quick Jim says FYI everyone I placed an order for keyword research it was actually too good with too many keywords but they do break it down and suggest which keywords you should target which ones are good for silo and for supporting keywords. Don't hesitate to order you won't regret the quality time saved that it takes the guesswork out of it. shipped Marco trains them. Hello. Thanks, Jim. Jim. So, Alright guys, everybody. We appreciate you being here. I'm kind of digging this app even though it looks old school. It's kind of cool. what you guys think. I like it. I mean, it works. Yeah. Works. Nobody's complaining about getting locked out of any account so far. So we'll see. All right, everybody. We'll see you guys tomorrow on the mastermind and everyone else next week. Thanks for being here, man. Later see