7 Marketing Lessons Learned From a Google Employee

By | November 2, 2019


– Who do you think knows
more about marketing than me? Or even more about marketing
than other marketers? Sure, people like me and other marketers, we know a lot of information,
but there’s someone who has a lot of inside information. Hey everyone, I’m Neil Patel,
and today, I’m going to share seven marketing lessons I
learned from a Google employee. (upbeat music) Before we get started,
make sure you subscribe to this channel and if you’re on YouTube, click the alert notification,
that way when I go live, you’ll get notified. The first lesson I learned
was to research new markets. I always created content
in the English market until a Google employee told
me that I should create content in German, French, Portuguese,
Hindi, these are all regions where they lack content. Sure, in English, it’s
a competitive space, but I see in a lot of
these regions, even though they’re still competitive
markets, they’re nowhere near as hard as to rank in the English markets. So look at your customer
base, look at where they are, consider translating and
transcribing your content. That was the first lesson I learned. In other words, expand globally. You can get so much more search traffic just from that one thing. The second lesson I learned
is expanding globally doesn’t guarantee traffic. I used to, when I first did
this, I would just translate all my content. I quickly learned from this
employee that I needed to transcribe my content,
adjust it to that market. You need to do keyword
research, that’s why tools like Ubersuggest, we have keyword advice for every single country
in different languages because it’s different
in every single region. So use it to understand
what people are looking for and then adjust your content, translate, and transcribe it from there. What I’ve found is if you
create bad translated content and you place it out, and when
you do this, it can actually hurt your rankings for
all your whole site, all your languages because
if you’re using metrics, like your click-through
rates, your bounce rates, are terrible, what’ll
happen is, your English site will start ranking
lower and lower as well. Hence, you need to transcribe your content and make it super relevant or else your whole site gets hurt. The third lesson that I
learned, payment plans are a great way to make money. Now in most English markets,
we look at payment plans as, hey, people are paying us money and there’s a good chance
you’re not going to do all six payments, 12
payments, whatever the number you’re charging them,
there’s a lot of drop-off, you lose cash. What they ended up telling
me, and I learned this from them, this is really
wise, in some regions, the credit card companies and
banks offer payment plans. So, in Brazil, for example,
when you do a 12-pay, the credit card companies
may charge you 6%, but they guarantee that you’re
going to get all 12 payments and they even give you the money up front and they collect it from their end users each and every single month. If they don’t pay, you still
get your money up front, you don’t have to give anything back to the credit card companies. So in certain regions, you can do things like payments plans. Sure, in the United States, payment plans aren’t as lucrative,
but in other countries, payment plans are amazing
because when someone subscribes to a payment plan, they
actually have to continue with every single payment. Just like if you bought a
car in the United States, you need to make your monthly payments or the car’s going to get repossessed. So look at the different payment plans that different companies offer, and that’ll give you
ideas on which regions you can make the maximum
amount of money for because by reducing the upfront costs and having payment
plans, you should be able to drive in many more sales. The fourth lesson that I
learned is by being omnichannel your CPAs go down. A lot of us use things
like SEO, pay-per-click, and we stop there. You may even use Facebook
ads, you may even use radio ads, television ads, billboard ads. But what I found is when you leverage them all at the same time, your CPAs go down. A good example of this is, when
I was working with Expedia, they ended up showcasing
how when they were using multiple channels for
advertising and marketing, in other words, omnichannel,
their CPAs across the board went down, their advertising
became much more affordable. Everyone’s already familiar
with the brand Expedia and they did this, when their
brand was already established. It was a little, simple thing, but that made a huge difference. So with your marketing,
consider going omnichannel because even if some
of these other channels don’t produce as good
results, by leveraging them all at the same time, your overall cost for each of the channels should go down. The fifth lesson I learned
from the Google employee, old is new. We all try to keep creating new content. I used to do that where I
used to create one blog post a day, but now, I just
write one blog post a week, but I update 90 blog posts a month. I have a team of three people, all they do is update my old content. Lesson I learned from this
employee, Google loves fresh content more than
old, outdated content. Hence, a lot of times
you’ll see new content getting pushed out there and
you rank higher at Google in the short-run and then it
goes down, which is normal. And there could be a wide
variety of reasons for why, but in general, when you update
your old, outdated content, create a better user experience,
expand upon the content, make it way better for
them, remove the dead links. All that stuff sends
signals to Google that hey, we should rank this old
content higher and higher. If you don’t do that, what
you’ll find in many cases, your old content keeps dwindling down and your rankings go lower and lower. The sixth tip, branding is everything. Eric Schmidt once had
a quote and he talked about how brands are the solution. And what Eric Schmidt
was saying is, hey, look, when you’re trying to figure
out what sites are good versus bad, look for the
brands, it’s a indicator. You already know that Nike
is Nike, or CNN is CNN, or BBC is BBC, you can trust those brands. Big brands are very
unlikely to do anything that can jeopardize their
brand for a quick buck. Small companies are more
likely to do something to jeopardize their brand
to make a quick buck because hey, let’s face
it, they don’t really have a brand. So the bigger the brand you
build, the higher your rankings. And Google’s looking for things
like how many brand queries are you getting on a monthly basis? The more you get, the better off you are. So how do you improve your brand queries? Well, it’s a rule of seven. When someone sees your
brand and interacts with it seven times, they’re much more likely to keep coming back and
remembering your brand. So a simple way, collect emails
and send out email blasts every time you have
updates or new blog posts, make sure you go out there and leverage push notifications, there’s
tools like Subscribers.com where people come to your
site, they can subscribe, you can keep pushing them
to get them to come back every time you have a
update or a new post. And then the third way I love doing it is using messenger bots,
Facebook Messenger bots, to be specific. So things like MobileMonkey, ManyChat, every time that you have
a new blog post or update, you can send out a blast,
the open rates are insane, the click rates are insane,
it’ll keep getting people to come back time and time again. And the last tip, and this
one, I experienced first hand, make sure you have feet on the ground. Even Google, a digital
company, did you know they do grassroots marketing campaigns? Like they had a bus go all
around the United States helping businesses create their website, that’s the example of a
grassroots, offline campaign. The reason that’s important
is people need to interact with you, your brand, your company. And if you just do online
campaigns, they’re not going to really get that interaction. If people at Google, which
is a digital company, have tested out and tried
things like pop-up shops, they do things like
have a bus go all around the United States and help
small businesses, that tells you that traditional, offline
marketing still works. Don’t forget to leverage
it, it’s powerful. Things like sending postcards in the mail. Yeah, back in the day,
it was really popular, nowadays, people are
like, that can’t do well, well, it’s still effective. Hence, you’ve still
got all that junk mail. If it wasn’t effective,
people wouldn’t keep sending that stuff to you time and time again. Now if you need help growing your traffic, your revenue, check out my ad
agency, Neil Patel Digital. Thank you for watching,
make sure you subscribe to this channel, like the video, share it, tell other people about it. Again, thank you.

43 thoughts on “7 Marketing Lessons Learned From a Google Employee

  1. Yassine EL RHALBI Post author

    hahahahh, first comment Neil!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
    you are really very helpful

    Reply
  2. Sujeet Gour Post author

    Hello Sir I want to learn about digital marketing with you

    Reply
  3. Aruba Web Tech Post author

    Good morning – I sent you an email two times but no reply yet. October 19, 2019 and October 21, 2019. Thank you.

    Reply
  4. md fayaz Post author

    Hey neil,
    I've started a fresh website, and it is not a blogging one, and no backlinks that means a very noob person to start website and i have a very little experience in seo. I cant get contact with my opponent backlink blogger too. * I need it a suggestion please *
    Watch all your videos, a big fan of you

    Reply
  5. psl 3 official live matches Post author

    Neil patel why are you not monitize your channel??

    Reply
  6. SEO Tools TV Post author

    Wow, Neil is the best coach. I have no idea where he gets a lot of good advice. I have no idea how he can create a lot of high-quality content in scale. However, I always like his solutions.

    I have a Russian agency. I think that I need to translate some ranking content from Russian to English. I don't think it's a good idea for blog posts because of the English level of competition. However, some free tools I'll provide in closed time. ))
    I like omnichannel efforts as well. When you start from scratch I need to forget about organic traffic at the beginning. It's better to build some authority in other places and get non-organic traffic. Then continue growing in different directions.

    Reply
  7. Insurance Expert - SA Post author

    thanks for the insight info from the google employee

    Reply
  8. RISHABH MUDGAL Post author

    Hie Neil,
    Mind-blowing work again. I have 2 basic questions.
    1. Do Google penalize if we put same content, multiple times in different languages?
    2. If I have a content in 2 languages, then do I need to create back-links separately for both of those languages or it will work for both?

    If you reply, it will make my day..
    Cheers!

    Reply
  9. Maulik Shah Post author

    Hi Neil, I'm a podcaster from India. Been following your channel since a few months, there's so much I'm learning. Cheers!

    Reply
  10. Mohsin Rehman Post author

    Neil Help Me Please I Change My Title And Meta Description By Using Yoast But The Google Not Show Correct My Title Or Meta Description I am Totally Now Demotivated Now Two Days Complete But No Buddy Help Me 🙁

    Reply
  11. nahid shikder Post author

    Hey Neil sir, why don't you translate your blogs into Bengali?

    Reply
  12. Tomash Koxanie Post author

    Neil, thank you for great advices and tool!

    When can we expect to really have every single country in Ubersuggest?

    Reply
  13. Let's Learn Post author

    Hey Neil, how can I rank for a Amazon dominated keyword with my affiliate e-commerce store?

    Reply
  14. Muhammed Sahabuddin Post author

    Can you tell how do you translate your website for other languages?

    Tips and tactics???

    Reply
  15. Jaya Vishwakarma Post author

    Neil,
    Any video about how tiktok can help to market a website or its product or like a blog to get traffic from

    Reply
  16. Pablo Gutierrez Post author

    Hey Neil. Great advice. Any multiple-language WordPress plugin recommendation?

    Thanks.

    Reply
  17. Skydust Post author

    For renew an old post, in better to rewrite it all or just add some paragraph?

    Reply
  18. S.D. fan of guruji Post author

    Brother, only the images of my site are getting ranked by google, rather the posts and articles should be ranked. so tell me some solutions…

    Reply
  19. Awkward Media Post author

    Thanks Neil for the awesome perspective + insight! Always helps to see what goes on behind-the-scenes of a corporation.

    Reply
  20. James Scott Post author

    Thanks for sharing Neil 👍 What else did he tell you ? Spill the beans 😀

    Reply
  21. tapp3r Post author

    Have you considered switching up your video structure? These would be much more interesting if you combine it with some keynote slides or images, illustrations, videos or other easily digestible content. It kinda feels like you're doing the same thing every video. Still great content, but maybe it's time to spice it up to keep people interested?

    Reply
  22. Just Frugal Me Post author

    Thanks for pumping out great content and tips! This channel serves as an inspiration to my channel!

    Reply
  23. Trishna Das Post author

    Recently, I’ve migrated my blog from blogger to wordpress, my rankings did increase but my traffic went down and the bounce rate went up. Can you suggest how I can get back my traffic or do all migrated blog loses traffic? I did get the migration done professionally.

    Reply
  24. Harinderpreet singh Post author

    Tell me video where neil patel does not promote ubersuggest

    Reply
  25. Nicholas Kirchner Post author

    Branding is a such a key subject here. I often think that it's very neglected and brands don't invest in having a cohesive message across all platforms. Everything from their website, to video content, social, digital, etc.

    Reply
  26. Taylor Wade Decorating Post author

    Hi Neil, I love your channel! Do you only work with big companies or do you work with with smaller businesses? I would like to speak to you about a Shopify site I have. All the best. Kris

    Reply
  27. Niche Site Ideas Post author

    Problem with going global is GDPR headaches. I disagree with the Eric on the brand theory. The only reason he pushed that was to get money from big brands and squash the competition. Google needs human support for everyone not just Neil Patel.. nothing more frustrating than having a Google issue and having to talk to AI instead of a real person. With Bing I had an issue and it was resolved by a real human that worked at Bing. Bing is the future 😎

    Reply
  28. Muhammad Sibtain Post author

    Hey Patel…!
    I have a question for u?
    If my all traffic coming from nigeria rather than US, or UK , Is it effect on income, kindly guide me completely please.Thank U so much.😀

    Reply
  29. Ross Street Roasting Co. Post author

    Great quick tips – Thanks for sharing these!

    Reply
  30. The ROCK Post author

    Sir please create a video on how to index backlinks without purchasing any paid indexing tool that will be a big help to me ..
    Thanks

    Reply

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7 Marketing Lessons Learned From a Google Employee

By | November 2, 2019


– Who do you think knows
more about marketing than me? Or even more about marketing
than other marketers? Sure, people like me and other marketers, we know a lot of information,
but there’s someone who has a lot of inside information. Hey everyone, I’m Neil Patel,
and today, I’m going to share seven marketing lessons I
learned from a Google employee. (upbeat music) Before we get started,
make sure you subscribe to this channel and if you’re on YouTube, click the alert notification,
that way when I go live, you’ll get notified. The first lesson I learned
was to research new markets. I always created content
in the English market until a Google employee told
me that I should create content in German, French, Portuguese,
Hindi, these are all regions where they lack content. Sure, in English, it’s
a competitive space, but I see in a lot of
these regions, even though they’re still competitive
markets, they’re nowhere near as hard as to rank in the English markets. So look at your customer
base, look at where they are, consider translating and
transcribing your content. That was the first lesson I learned. In other words, expand globally. You can get so much more search traffic just from that one thing. The second lesson I learned
is expanding globally doesn’t guarantee traffic. I used to, when I first did
this, I would just translate all my content. I quickly learned from this
employee that I needed to transcribe my content,
adjust it to that market. You need to do keyword
research, that’s why tools like Ubersuggest, we have keyword advice for every single country
in different languages because it’s different
in every single region. So use it to understand
what people are looking for and then adjust your content, translate, and transcribe it from there. What I’ve found is if you
create bad translated content and you place it out, and when
you do this, it can actually hurt your rankings for
all your whole site, all your languages because
if you’re using metrics, like your click-through
rates, your bounce rates, are terrible, what’ll
happen is, your English site will start ranking
lower and lower as well. Hence, you need to transcribe your content and make it super relevant or else your whole site gets hurt. The third lesson that I
learned, payment plans are a great way to make money. Now in most English markets,
we look at payment plans as, hey, people are paying us money and there’s a good chance
you’re not going to do all six payments, 12
payments, whatever the number you’re charging them,
there’s a lot of drop-off, you lose cash. What they ended up telling
me, and I learned this from them, this is really
wise, in some regions, the credit card companies and
banks offer payment plans. So, in Brazil, for example,
when you do a 12-pay, the credit card companies
may charge you 6%, but they guarantee that you’re
going to get all 12 payments and they even give you the money up front and they collect it from their end users each and every single month. If they don’t pay, you still
get your money up front, you don’t have to give anything back to the credit card companies. So in certain regions, you can do things like payments plans. Sure, in the United States, payment plans aren’t as lucrative,
but in other countries, payment plans are amazing
because when someone subscribes to a payment plan, they
actually have to continue with every single payment. Just like if you bought a
car in the United States, you need to make your monthly payments or the car’s going to get repossessed. So look at the different payment plans that different companies offer, and that’ll give you
ideas on which regions you can make the maximum
amount of money for because by reducing the upfront costs and having payment
plans, you should be able to drive in many more sales. The fourth lesson that I
learned is by being omnichannel your CPAs go down. A lot of us use things
like SEO, pay-per-click, and we stop there. You may even use Facebook
ads, you may even use radio ads, television ads, billboard ads. But what I found is when you leverage them all at the same time, your CPAs go down. A good example of this is, when
I was working with Expedia, they ended up showcasing
how when they were using multiple channels for
advertising and marketing, in other words, omnichannel,
their CPAs across the board went down, their advertising
became much more affordable. Everyone’s already familiar
with the brand Expedia and they did this, when their
brand was already established. It was a little, simple thing, but that made a huge difference. So with your marketing,
consider going omnichannel because even if some
of these other channels don’t produce as good
results, by leveraging them all at the same time, your overall cost for each of the channels should go down. The fifth lesson I learned
from the Google employee, old is new. We all try to keep creating new content. I used to do that where I
used to create one blog post a day, but now, I just
write one blog post a week, but I update 90 blog posts a month. I have a team of three people, all they do is update my old content. Lesson I learned from this
employee, Google loves fresh content more than
old, outdated content. Hence, a lot of times
you’ll see new content getting pushed out there and
you rank higher at Google in the short-run and then it
goes down, which is normal. And there could be a wide
variety of reasons for why, but in general, when you update
your old, outdated content, create a better user experience,
expand upon the content, make it way better for
them, remove the dead links. All that stuff sends
signals to Google that hey, we should rank this old
content higher and higher. If you don’t do that, what
you’ll find in many cases, your old content keeps dwindling down and your rankings go lower and lower. The sixth tip, branding is everything. Eric Schmidt once had
a quote and he talked about how brands are the solution. And what Eric Schmidt
was saying is, hey, look, when you’re trying to figure
out what sites are good versus bad, look for the
brands, it’s a indicator. You already know that Nike
is Nike, or CNN is CNN, or BBC is BBC, you can trust those brands. Big brands are very
unlikely to do anything that can jeopardize their
brand for a quick buck. Small companies are more
likely to do something to jeopardize their brand
to make a quick buck because hey, let’s face
it, they don’t really have a brand. So the bigger the brand you
build, the higher your rankings. And Google’s looking for things
like how many brand queries are you getting on a monthly basis? The more you get, the better off you are. So how do you improve your brand queries? Well, it’s a rule of seven. When someone sees your
brand and interacts with it seven times, they’re much more likely to keep coming back and
remembering your brand. So a simple way, collect emails
and send out email blasts every time you have
updates or new blog posts, make sure you go out there and leverage push notifications, there’s
tools like Subscribers.com where people come to your
site, they can subscribe, you can keep pushing them
to get them to come back every time you have a
update or a new post. And then the third way I love doing it is using messenger bots,
Facebook Messenger bots, to be specific. So things like MobileMonkey, ManyChat, every time that you have
a new blog post or update, you can send out a blast,
the open rates are insane, the click rates are insane,
it’ll keep getting people to come back time and time again. And the last tip, and this
one, I experienced first hand, make sure you have feet on the ground. Even Google, a digital
company, did you know they do grassroots marketing campaigns? Like they had a bus go all
around the United States helping businesses create their website, that’s the example of a
grassroots, offline campaign. The reason that’s important
is people need to interact with you, your brand, your company. And if you just do online
campaigns, they’re not going to really get that interaction. If people at Google, which
is a digital company, have tested out and tried
things like pop-up shops, they do things like
have a bus go all around the United States and help
small businesses, that tells you that traditional, offline
marketing still works. Don’t forget to leverage
it, it’s powerful. Things like sending postcards in the mail. Yeah, back in the day,
it was really popular, nowadays, people are
like, that can’t do well, well, it’s still effective. Hence, you’ve still
got all that junk mail. If it wasn’t effective,
people wouldn’t keep sending that stuff to you time and time again. Now if you need help growing your traffic, your revenue, check out my ad
agency, Neil Patel Digital. Thank you for watching,
make sure you subscribe to this channel, like the video, share it, tell other people about it. Again, thank you.

43 thoughts on “7 Marketing Lessons Learned From a Google Employee

  1. Yassine EL RHALBI Post author

    hahahahh, first comment Neil!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
    you are really very helpful

    Reply
  2. Sujeet Gour Post author

    Hello Sir I want to learn about digital marketing with you

    Reply
  3. Aruba Web Tech Post author

    Good morning – I sent you an email two times but no reply yet. October 19, 2019 and October 21, 2019. Thank you.

    Reply
  4. md fayaz Post author

    Hey neil,
    I've started a fresh website, and it is not a blogging one, and no backlinks that means a very noob person to start website and i have a very little experience in seo. I cant get contact with my opponent backlink blogger too. * I need it a suggestion please *
    Watch all your videos, a big fan of you

    Reply
  5. psl 3 official live matches Post author

    Neil patel why are you not monitize your channel??

    Reply
  6. SEO Tools TV Post author

    Wow, Neil is the best coach. I have no idea where he gets a lot of good advice. I have no idea how he can create a lot of high-quality content in scale. However, I always like his solutions.

    I have a Russian agency. I think that I need to translate some ranking content from Russian to English. I don't think it's a good idea for blog posts because of the English level of competition. However, some free tools I'll provide in closed time. ))
    I like omnichannel efforts as well. When you start from scratch I need to forget about organic traffic at the beginning. It's better to build some authority in other places and get non-organic traffic. Then continue growing in different directions.

    Reply
  7. Insurance Expert - SA Post author

    thanks for the insight info from the google employee

    Reply
  8. RISHABH MUDGAL Post author

    Hie Neil,
    Mind-blowing work again. I have 2 basic questions.
    1. Do Google penalize if we put same content, multiple times in different languages?
    2. If I have a content in 2 languages, then do I need to create back-links separately for both of those languages or it will work for both?

    If you reply, it will make my day..
    Cheers!

    Reply
  9. Maulik Shah Post author

    Hi Neil, I'm a podcaster from India. Been following your channel since a few months, there's so much I'm learning. Cheers!

    Reply
  10. Mohsin Rehman Post author

    Neil Help Me Please I Change My Title And Meta Description By Using Yoast But The Google Not Show Correct My Title Or Meta Description I am Totally Now Demotivated Now Two Days Complete But No Buddy Help Me 🙁

    Reply
  11. nahid shikder Post author

    Hey Neil sir, why don't you translate your blogs into Bengali?

    Reply
  12. Tomash Koxanie Post author

    Neil, thank you for great advices and tool!

    When can we expect to really have every single country in Ubersuggest?

    Reply
  13. Let's Learn Post author

    Hey Neil, how can I rank for a Amazon dominated keyword with my affiliate e-commerce store?

    Reply
  14. Muhammed Sahabuddin Post author

    Can you tell how do you translate your website for other languages?

    Tips and tactics???

    Reply
  15. Jaya Vishwakarma Post author

    Neil,
    Any video about how tiktok can help to market a website or its product or like a blog to get traffic from

    Reply
  16. Pablo Gutierrez Post author

    Hey Neil. Great advice. Any multiple-language WordPress plugin recommendation?

    Thanks.

    Reply
  17. Skydust Post author

    For renew an old post, in better to rewrite it all or just add some paragraph?

    Reply
  18. S.D. fan of guruji Post author

    Brother, only the images of my site are getting ranked by google, rather the posts and articles should be ranked. so tell me some solutions…

    Reply
  19. Awkward Media Post author

    Thanks Neil for the awesome perspective + insight! Always helps to see what goes on behind-the-scenes of a corporation.

    Reply
  20. James Scott Post author

    Thanks for sharing Neil 👍 What else did he tell you ? Spill the beans 😀

    Reply
  21. tapp3r Post author

    Have you considered switching up your video structure? These would be much more interesting if you combine it with some keynote slides or images, illustrations, videos or other easily digestible content. It kinda feels like you're doing the same thing every video. Still great content, but maybe it's time to spice it up to keep people interested?

    Reply
  22. Just Frugal Me Post author

    Thanks for pumping out great content and tips! This channel serves as an inspiration to my channel!

    Reply
  23. Trishna Das Post author

    Recently, I’ve migrated my blog from blogger to wordpress, my rankings did increase but my traffic went down and the bounce rate went up. Can you suggest how I can get back my traffic or do all migrated blog loses traffic? I did get the migration done professionally.

    Reply
  24. Harinderpreet singh Post author

    Tell me video where neil patel does not promote ubersuggest

    Reply
  25. Nicholas Kirchner Post author

    Branding is a such a key subject here. I often think that it's very neglected and brands don't invest in having a cohesive message across all platforms. Everything from their website, to video content, social, digital, etc.

    Reply
  26. Taylor Wade Decorating Post author

    Hi Neil, I love your channel! Do you only work with big companies or do you work with with smaller businesses? I would like to speak to you about a Shopify site I have. All the best. Kris

    Reply
  27. Niche Site Ideas Post author

    Problem with going global is GDPR headaches. I disagree with the Eric on the brand theory. The only reason he pushed that was to get money from big brands and squash the competition. Google needs human support for everyone not just Neil Patel.. nothing more frustrating than having a Google issue and having to talk to AI instead of a real person. With Bing I had an issue and it was resolved by a real human that worked at Bing. Bing is the future 😎

    Reply
  28. Muhammad Sibtain Post author

    Hey Patel…!
    I have a question for u?
    If my all traffic coming from nigeria rather than US, or UK , Is it effect on income, kindly guide me completely please.Thank U so much.😀

    Reply
  29. Ross Street Roasting Co. Post author

    Great quick tips – Thanks for sharing these!

    Reply
  30. The ROCK Post author

    Sir please create a video on how to index backlinks without purchasing any paid indexing tool that will be a big help to me ..
    Thanks

    Reply

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