Rank higher in search results with this guide to SEO and content building supremacy.
Google is not only the number one search engine in the world, it is also the number one website in the world. Only five percent of site visitors search past the first page of Google, so if you're not in those top 10 results, you are essentially invisible. Winning the Game of Googleopoly is the ultimate roadmap to page one domination (POD). The POD strategy is what gets you on that super-critical first page by increasing your page views. You'll learn how to shape your online presence for Search Engine Optimization (SEO), effectively speaking Google's language to become one of the top results returned for relevant queries. This invaluable resource provides a plan that is universal to any business in any industry, and provides expert guidance on tailoring the strategy to best suit your organization. Coverage includes an explanation of the mechanics of a search, and how to tie your website, paid ads, online reputation, social media, content, images, and video into a winning SEO strategy.
This book is a clear, straightforward guide that will knock down the silos of the Internet and teach you how to integrate all aspects of content creation into a synergistic, SEO strategy.
Understand how search engines return results
Design an effective, all-encompassing SEO strategy
Create the content that gets page views and improves rank
Optimize social media and video as part of an overall SEO plan
The rules of SEO are always changing, and following outdated rules can actually work against you, burying you at the bottom of the pile. This book will spark a paradigm shift in how you think about SEO and gives you the tools you need to craft a strategy tailored to your specific market. To be successful, you need to be on page one of Google, and Winning the Game of Googleopoly can show you how to get there.
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Tons of Great Info For Any Business
Lots of Fluff
There was a lot of fluff to the book and not much substance. The first 2 chapters is Sean giving all his buddies a high five and bragging how great he is. He even throws in a story on how his wife willing gave up being a superstar singer to stay at home with the kids. No very likely. There is about 2 chapters of actual material that is worth anything. But it is hard to wait for the good material between his plugs for his buddy's businesses and his monologuing on how great he is.
Yes. Sean talks a lot about how he was a superstar car salesman and he narrates the book like a car salesman. The book has the feel of a big info commercial. He even says "if you act now" at one point.
Boredom, I wish there was a cliff notes version of this book.
There is a good section on video SEO and little bit on reputation. But, you can just search in Google for video SEO and the value of good reviews to get the same material.