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• Thursday, June 04th, 2009

Are you struggling to rank well in a competitive industry?

I know,  I know. Who isn’t?  Video can help.

I’ll assume you have completed an SEO site audit looking for ways to improve your on-site optimization and are seeking out quality back-links to improve your off-site presence.  If not, well, video can still help – but you REALLY need to make sure you do these steps too.
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Video has long been known to rank well in the search engines, and thanks to universal search its done even better in the last year or so.  If you are not familiar with universal search, in a nutshell it means that Google (or the other top engines) search all of their indexes for possible results to your query and return the top entries for web, news, video, images and local on one page.  Getting your content returned by more than one of these indexes GREATLY increases the likelihood of your link(s) being clicked. Web video is one of the easiest to create and get indexed.

How do I get my web video ranked? more…

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• Wednesday, October 08th, 2008

Everyone has heard that Internet video can be a powerful tool for creating sticky web sites. Until recently though, video has been out of reach to the average “webmaster.”  With the increased availability of high-speed Internet access, and the rapidly decreasing costs of equipment and technology, that has changed.  Really good video is now being created not just by professional videographers, but by everyone from soccer moms (and players) to CEOs. They all know that video is one of the best ways to improve the engagement level (A.K.A. “stickiness”) of their web site. Regardless of whether you are selling homes, cars or blenders on your Web site video tours and product demonstrations attract and retain visitors.

Stop over to agentgenious.com to read my article about the best way to ensure your videos get found, and remembered after being watched.