7 SEO Experiments To SKYROCKET Your Traffic




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  1. Riyan Dreams
    Riyan Dreams says:

    Hey Neil, can u tell me , SEO still works in 2019?, is it still possible to rank on Google 1st paje today? Because I can't do paid ads,I don't have any money 😑😥

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  2. Praful Swami
    Praful Swami says:

    I'm from india rajasthan bikaner my educational blog not growing so I find u as a mentor but I don't understand english as well as hindi and not find auto translate subtitle in hindi.
    Please also add hindi subtitles. Thanks.

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  3. Cover Lê
    Cover Lê says:

    Neil Patel. Thanks for the presentation.

    I liked the idea of answering QUORA's questions with excerpts from the articles and adding the link.

    Can I use the same excerpt to post on all social networks: Blog, Facebook page, Facebook post, Facebook comment, Youtube channel, Youtube vídeo, Youtube comment, Instagram, Tumbler, VK, Medium and Pinterest?

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  4. arvind gupta
    arvind gupta says:

    Excellent video and we always wanted to try the simialr experiments to improve SEO. Thanks for sharing this video and the content , very useful. Neil, I have a question about the ranking. You mentioned in other video that, even if we have good contents, but we still have to marketing them

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  5. Bruno Costa
    Bruno Costa says:

    Olá Neil! Você diz da necessidade de um conteúdo profundo, ok. Mas o meu nicho, por exemplo, é sobre chá. Os sites que estão em primeiro lugar não escreve conteúdos detalhados e profundos. Outra coisa é que quando uma pessoa tem interesse em pesquisar sobre chá ela não tem paciência de ficar lendo um conteúdo muito grande, ela quer informações básicas. Será que essa história de conteúdo detalhado não serve apenas para alguns nichos?

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  6. Dan Tetreault
    Dan Tetreault says:

    Neil. You truly are an expert in online marketing and organic search engine optimization expect. Thank you! I would have paid money for this webinar. Incredible content. I hope Google and YouTube are paying attention. I have learned so much from your content on YouTube. You've given me hope after my blog went from a page rank of 4 to total oblivion after the Penguin update. Thanks.

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  7. Gismo Review
    Gismo Review says:

    Hi Neil, I am a fan of your Ubersuggest. When users search something specific on Google, Does Google prefers to rank long general article (>3500 words), or to rank those that split up into the smaller specific articles (~2000 words)? 

    For example, I have a topic about "10 problems when growing a potato". Should I split it into a few smaller okay-length article? or just go for one longer general article that cover all problems. Let's say one of them is the moulding problem, and people searched for "moulding problem in potato", will I be able to outrank those general articles since I have written that particular problem in more detail?

    My concern is about the length of one whole article versus the length of one particular section. 
    What do you think?
    Thanks in advance.

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  8. Akshay
    Akshay says:

    hi…..i heard in this video that you once deleted all your posts. I also deleted all my posts in WordPress 5 days ago and those posts are still showing in Google search. I removed some of the URLs from webmaster but there are too many URLs including tags of my posts that are still showing in google. Now, how can i remove all those URLs ?

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  9. Ka Sing CHAN
    Ka Sing CHAN says:

    Excellent video and we always wanted to try the simialr experiments to improve SEO. Thanks for sharing this video and the content , very useful. Neil, I have a question about the ranking. You mentioned in other video that, even if we have good contents, but we still have to marketing them . My website have a lot of 'useful' contents (as least we think , and we find the topics according to Google search result , these contents address the long tail keywords ) however, should we trim them(content generated for long tail keywords) out from our site and just focus , market more for the core content i.e. our core products ?

    Btw, we have ranked #1 on Google , but after the Oct updated, we dropped to about #7.

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  10. Nikola Vidovic
    Nikola Vidovic says:

    Hey Neil , I have started my website where everyone can sell used and unused clothing , because I am new web site now I am try to grow users and pageviews and to earn money from adsense. My main traffic is from instagram. Do you have some idea how I can earn more serious money in this fashion nich with my website and socials beacuse ads are so low earning in my country? You are the best , and I have turn on notifications for your videos because I don't want to miss your great content on seo and other topics.

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  11. A Multipotentialite Day
    A Multipotentialite Day says:

    Great info as always Neil. You are still out there, I'm impressed. I heard of you years ago and now I guess your info is even better cause it has proved right over time. The Internet is changing so fast nowadays.. Its just crazy…. The info about urls is awesome info.

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  12. Joe Goodman
    Joe Goodman says:

    Thank you so much for this Neil! I have a quick question, is it better to create big pillars of content first, and make smaller content around that? Or is it better to get some quick wins with smaller, low competition keywords, then move into the longer content for competitive keywords? Thanks so much!

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  13. James Lukas
    James Lukas says:

    Hey Neil

    I once saw a video where you were talking about your website getting penalised because you republished your website's content elsewhere. Maybe for a major magazine. It was Business Insider if I can remember it correctly. But I'm a little confused about all this.
    You posted the content first so why did your site get penalised? And let's just say, I have a website and some other site with a higher authority copies my content, would my site be penalised?

    P.S. I was searching for that video but couldn't find it. Thanks!

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  14. vasile afloarei
    vasile afloarei says:

    I watched 4 times the part with the Green tea/Nutrition/Marketing part, but I still didn't understand it…
    Is better to have more searches for Marketing then the niche topic we choose?

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  15. just dance
    just dance says:

    i am your big fan neil and i want to know how can i sell my idea and how can i know the value of my idea and business model
    please make a video on it if it is possible coz trust me there so many people who want to know some insight on it

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  16. the man the myth
    the man the myth says:

    Great vid… I have blog url like this /2018/11/13/sample-post/….. I never really liked it, and now I wanted to do ads and target the blog visits and I can't, since it's not like, "/blog/sample-post/… Just Extremely nervous about changing the permalinks 🙂 … I do try to keep the post name as short as possible tho….. I usually just use the keyword… Like: /2018/11/13/Keyword/

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  17. Indra KumaR
    Indra KumaR says:

    the video quality is not much good but i'll still ready to listen to u….thanks fo sharing this really very useful video with us…And plz answer me that commenting a lot on other's blog including a link with it then Google will blacklist u and that post will be defamed in front of Google and that consequently will lead to your site numb….then it'll never rank again in the google?? is it true

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