I love learning! There I said it – it’s no secret. I have attended 7 institutions of higher learning and I’m looking to attend another as soon as I can! But while I love the institutions of higher learning not every single class provides knowledge that you can apply right away. To gain practical knowledge – especially in a somewhat new field I rely on workshops, articles and meetups. Thanks to my friend Phil Buckley who organizes the local SEO Meetup I have been able to learn from experts in the field of Video SEO – people who have had great successes for themselves, like Gregory Ng or for their clients, like Bob Walton. So I’ve been using all the tips that they’ve provided – some of which are included on our 27-point checklist that we use for every client who requests video SEO help.
So as you might have gathered, I’m a bit of a geek. I don’t get to see immediate results for the operations work that I do so when I get positive results for my efforts I’m thrilled to share them.
The screenshot above is a sample of excellent Video SEO. All but one of the recommended videos are produced by Blueforest Studios so if the viewer has time and wants to check out more videos, I am not sending them to my competition – I am sending them to see more videos by our team.
This is not the most important part of Video SEO but controlling the message – including what comes up after your message or video can be very important. Depending on your viewers YouTube knowledge they may assume that the ‘recommended’ videos are related to you anyway so don’t you want those videos – or at least the thumbnails to reflect positively on your company?
Stay posted to learn more about Video SEO or reach out to our team to see how we can help you!