Digital Marketing Q&A – Hump Day Hangouts – Episode 268

By | January 7, 2020

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going live right now. All right, and we are welcome everybody to Hump Day Hangouts. This
is Episode 268. And today is the second of January 2020. This is the first Hump Day hangout
to 2020. We shifted it a day. So if you’re watching this and wondering why we’re doing
on Thursdays, we figured that just like us, a lot of people are probably gonna be taking
the first off. And so we’re here on the second day of January, and going to kick things off.
So if you’re watching one, thank you for watching, to go ahead and type your questions in we
knew we weren’t going to get a lot of questions because we shifted it by a day. But we just
got a handful of questions. And we’ve got some from the Facebook group that we’re going
to answer. And then if we kind of wrap things up, we wrap things up. So if you do have a
question like said, just go ahead and get it on there. So before we dive into stuff,
we got some announcements. I want to say hi to the guys. First time we’ve, I guess, talked
in 2020. So Bradley, how you doing in the new year and decade. Unknown Speaker 0:55
Oh, man, happy to be here. It’s, I’m excited about this year. I think it’s gonna be a good
year. Unknown Speaker 1:01
So, you know, everybody tries to have new year’s resolutions, I try not to really set
new year’s resolutions, I’d set more targets or goals, you know, and I’ve got a lot of
goals that I’m trying to hit over the next couple of months with my real estate business
especially so I’m really looking forward to the holiday season and being over now and
I can get back to work. Unknown Speaker 1:24
Nice. Hernando about yourself. Good, man. All good. Now have fun with family during
the New Year’s etc. for this year, for this decade, actually, last year was amazing. It
was really, really good. So I’m expecting 2020 to be even better and keep on helping
a lot of people that we are used to do every week and every day pretty much and Semantic
Mastery. So sad to be here. Awesome. All right, Chris. How about you man? How was New Year
for you and how you doing? Yeah, super good here. Unknown Speaker 1:54
weather is getting colder and it’s actually getting foggy and stuff. So yeah, other than Unknown Speaker 2:00
That’s 2020 like I already kicked it off like pretty crazy. I’m getting flooded with new
leads and I barely can keep up I guess everybody wants to get rid of the tax bills and lower
them for 2020 Unknown Speaker 2:14
but yeah, good problem to have. So how about you I’m doing pretty good I just I was traveling
visiting some friends for Christmas and so we flew back on New Year’s Eve and so took
a real easy had just a relaxed time and then now just getting back in the swing of things
and like you guys starting to get back in and getting the routine back and going so
for me that’s been good especially after I don’t know about you guys, man, my friends
and family just go crazy with like baking and making food and I don’t I don’t have a
hard time putting down the cookies and all that stuff. So I’m looking forward to getting
back into not only a work routine but just get back. already been running and hitting
the gym and it’s going to take a little while to cut the pounds and put off Unknown Speaker 2:59
here that Unknown Speaker 3:00
Man, Marco, how about you, man? How you doing? I’m doing good man. The Unknown Speaker 3:07
holidays are crazy when you have three little kids. Mine are, you know, my daughter’s the
youngest one is 14 months. And I have a seven year old son and an eight year old son, an
11 year old daughter. So they keep you feeling free and busy during the holidays because
it’s this and that. And let’s do this. And let’s do that and to keep you just running
around. So even though I worked less, I was busier than I usually Unknown Speaker 3:36
work and they they will drive you crazy. So anyway, it’s just I’m like Brad, I’m glad
to be able to get back to work. Yeah. Unknown Speaker 3:45
Fair enough. Well, speaking of the holidays, Marco we were you know, you were doing a little
bit of a say we all of us, yourself, other people as well. We’re hoping with your charity.
How did things go with that? We’re doing really well. That Unknown Speaker 4:00
that’s ongoing. Actually, it’s not it doesn’t end, what we do is we do an end of the year
and in January, a big drive to try to get as many kids into school as possible. We try
to give them opportunities, right, a chance to go to school with everything paid everything
that they need it we also we talked to the families try to help the families, we tutor,
we just do a whole lot to try to keep this kids these kids in school and when in fact,
if they make it through the school program, which is, of course, a great school and a
junior high in high school, or then we get them into technical training, and they do
have a job waiting for them. Once that’s all done so it says it’s not as if they’re just
going and getting an education for just just for the sake of getting an education which
isn’t a bad thing. Right going studying learning about the world about things is not bad in
and of itself. But they it This has a purpose and that there are companies in Costa Rica
that are that where these jobs aren’t Unknown Speaker 5:00
high demand, and we’re meeting that high demand with with what we do. So it’s really interesting.
It’s really good that the charity has done well. It can never be enough. Yeah. Right.
This because the more money that we have available, the more that that we give away, of course.
But yeah, we’re doing really good. I still have two more charity webinars that are that
I am going to do. So they’re not finished. And I might do a third one. Because I think
I think that it’s it’s needed people I want people to clearly understand what it is that’s
going on. What we’ve been preaching literally for for four or five years about entities
where this is headed because where it where it’s going, and how Google is going to do
away with with it. Yes, I’m going out and saying Google will get rid of links. And the
way that they’re that they’re doing is through quantum Unknown Speaker 5:52
computing. I went once they go quantum the they can get chips communicate with Unknown Speaker 6:00
It linking to each other. I mean, that’s that’s already taking place, I’m not saying is going
to happen tomorrow or in five years, although I do expect that within the next five years.
For that to be able to happen, they will have to retweet their algorithm so that they can
now ignore the link spamming and we can start some new fun type of spamming because you
can always spam whatever they do. Unknown Speaker 6:23
Were there and and we’re going to totally manipulate whatever it is that they do. We
have the math, they can avoid it. But I mean, it’s coming. And just like we told you, way
back when we started high was all about entities. It was it was the Semantic Web. We talked
about it a whole lot. It was moving from web to dial. It’s not as if with the web, web
two dot O. And now the Semantic Web is that the Semantic Web didn’t do away with everything
else. We still have pillars upon which everything is founded. And in order to change the way
that it’s founded the way that Google sees thing they have to do Unknown Speaker 7:00
Go and change their algorithm. And so that that that’s, that’s the next big thing and
the one that I’m planning for and what we’re working towards is it’s meeting them at the
again at the past when that happens just like we did Unknown Speaker 7:15
a few months ago when they finally came came clean with what we’re doing with with Bert,
and neural matching. And at this, it’s all about entities. That’s all about branding.
It we’ve been telling you forever. It’s about branding. And it’s about making your brand
associated with the keywords in your niche so that you become the keyword for the niche.
That’s it. Now not everybody can do it. It’s impossible. But if you’re not working towards
that, if whatever it is that you’re doing is not working towards that. Then you’re down
a dead end road, it stops you’re going to hit a wall, and that’s it. Brand bland plus
brand plus keyword association is where it is right now. No I’m not I just said I’m out Unknown Speaker 8:00
forth. And I know and it’s really hard to get these complex ideas in place. But that’s
what we do in the webinars. That’s what we try to teach people about the principles of
the web, what’s involved, and how it is that you can approach all these things. With, you
know what I’m calling now worry less SEO, we have the SEO shield in place. We don’t
worry, we don’t worry about Google when a Google worry about us. Unknown Speaker 8:26
So I know you said you’ve got a couple more webinars Marco. And if people aren’t aware
of this, how can they get in on these webinars? Because these aren’t going to be publicly
broadcast? No, they will not. I’ll post the donation page in in the event Unknown Speaker 8:42
and they can go and donate. And I don’t ask for any amount. You know, you know how I say,
your heart will tell you whether you want to donate and your wallet is going to dictate
how much you donate how much is up to you. Your heart is going to tell you whether you’re
going to donate or not. And that’s it. And if you want to post the link, go Unknown Speaker 9:00
Donate, Unknown Speaker 9:01
and then send. I’ll post the email in there to you send proof of donation and we will
invite you to the webinars that simple. Awesome. Good stuff. Yeah. And for everyone who took
advantage of that over the holidays, that was awesome had a lot of people do that at
Semantic slash Christmas or mg Y v dot CEO slash Christmas, a lot of great
deals. People took advantage of that. And you know, it’s a win win people gave to charity,
and then they also got a discount on product services as well as training. So we really
appreciate everyone participating in that and getting some great deals as well. Real
quick before we hop into the questions, I just want to say Hernan, you know, we’re finishing
up some things that you’ve been talking about for a month or two, and we’re getting ready
to do that and the people who took advantage of the Semantic Mastery holiday bundle are
going to get access to I’m going to call it too excited keep things short. But for those
who didn’t get into it with the bundle because they’re going to get it for Unknown Speaker 10:00
Free as part of the bundle. Can you tell people a little bit about what’s coming up here later
in January? Yes. 100% Thank you, Adam. So um, so the idea we we ask a couple questions
to most of our audience, right people that are watching how many hangouts people that
are subscribed to YouTube people are on our list or on our on our different Facebook groups.
And the number one thing that came up was like the question was, what is your challenge
right for 2020? What is your challenge when it comes to growing as a digital marketing
or digital marketer or digital marketing agency owner and whatnot, and the number one thing
that came up was getting new clients, right, getting new clients and charging those clients
more money. So what we decided to do on this was while while powerful live 2019 was happening,
we decided to launch a new program called double your agency, so two x A or to x your
agency, or short and on that, on that program. Unknown Speaker 11:00
We’re going to be doing is to show you how we are not only getting more clients for our
agencies, you know, respectively, each of us have our own clients, our own clientele
that we serve and whatnot, how we are getting those clients, but also how we are charging
those clients more money, right? The main, the Moto behind double your agencies that
you can double the revenue that you’re generating, with your agency with your digital marketing
agency, whether you have like a small team, whether your own like your own, like team,
your own one man band, or you have like 30 vs working doesn’t really matter. You can
double your revenue by working with this program of the next 90 days. So over the next 90 days,
we’re going to be working with Bradley hanahan as to how we prospect how we generate results
for clients and how we scale meaning the processes that we’re putting together to actually get
help that we need so you can make more money while working less so that’s the whole moto
behind double your agency. We’re trying to to cater to Unknown Speaker 12:00
I would say a broader community of digital marketing agency owner. So that’s going to
be local SEO. It’s also going to entice local PPC, Facebook ads branded, you know, and all
of the stuff that you need to actually leverage your your image to actually reach your revenue
goals in 2020. So that’s basically what’s coming. It’s going to be pretty awesome. Unknown Speaker 12:23
Well, there we go. I’m learning how to unmute unmute myself. Again, we don’t do Hump Day
hangouts for a couple weeks, I can’t talk. So I just wanted to say to everyone, I’m putting
the link on the page, but you can go to to x, your agency. com, so to the letter x, and
then your agency calm, and you’ll be notified and get early access, we’ll definitely have
a special deal for people to take advantage of signing up early. So with that said, You
guys don’t want to keep going too long. Let’s hop into the questions. And then it looks
like we’ve got a few more on the page. So yeah, let’s do this. Let’s start rolling. Unknown Speaker 12:55
Okay, cool. I’ll grab the screen. Unknown Speaker 13:05
Alright, you guys should be seeing my screen, correct? Unknown Speaker 13:07
Correct. Okay. Yep. First question is, what is the best way? What is the best to syndicate
blog posts through RSS feed? Unknown Speaker 13:19
Let’s see short excerpt, blog posts content or the entire long form content. Okay, that’s
a good question. I recommend using the long form like so the full post. So that’s an RSS
setting. I think that’s in the reading settings. What was the WordPress settings general or
WordPress settings? Reading i think is where you can edit that to display either the full
text post or just an excerpt. Unknown Speaker 13:46
I always like to use the full post because when you’re syndicating content to the blog
properties in the syndication network, which would be at least the three default blog properties
are blogger, WordPress and Tumblr and Unknown Speaker 14:00
Out of those, I think it looks a lot better if you’re syndicating a whole post, as opposed
to just an excerpt because then that’s it kind of truncates the post on the syndicated
properties. In other words, it’s just a summary with a link back to the post URL, as opposed
to the full body of it. So I prefer to have the full text or the full post displayed. Unknown Speaker 14:22
But it really is up to you. And it also depends on what it is that you’re trying to accomplish.
Because here’s the thing, if you’re going to be hammering exact match keywords, as anchor
text in your blog posts to link back up to your internal pages on your site, which is
what we teach in syndication Academy, right, which is, use your blog from your money site
to publish posts that have a contextual link that links up to the pages on the site that
you’re trying to rank, especially if you’ve got proper silo structure. So what happens
is if if you are Unknown Speaker 15:00
syndicating the entire post. But you’re constantly hammering away with the same anchor text over
and over and over again to a particular inner page, then you may want to select summary
so that you’re not actually syndicating that internal link. In other words, if it’s not
the full body of the post that’s being published on the syndication network properties, and
it’s just a summary, then the link is going to point back to the post URL. Does that make
sense? As opposed to having all of the links within the page, the post itself actually
being republished also? But if you’re if you’re following our advice, and using one branded
syndication network, so tier one branded syndication network for blog syndication, and as long
as you’re varying your anchor text for your internal links, you shouldn’t have any problems
whatsoever. So again, I prefer doing the full text post. But it really is up to you. And
it also depends on what it is that you’re, you’re you’re doing, like how you blog and
that kind of thing. was a good question. Does anybody else have any comments? Unknown Speaker 16:00
on that. Unknown Speaker 16:02
No, just totally agree. Okay. Unknown Speaker 16:05
Moving on, is there a way to find the Mr. Which is the mercy machine readable entity
ID or something like that? Is there a way to find the Mr. Ed and Google knowledge panel
as I can’t seem to find it? And I sure, and I’m sure I could before or has Google change?
Yeah, I believe there has been a change. So I was actually looking at this because I have
the way that there was one way that I know of that used to be this, this, I don’t know
if you guys can see it in my browser up here, but it says get the MRV ID, this was a bookmarklet
that you could drag up to your bookmarks bar here. And it used to work where if you click
that it would right here where it would say, Unknown Speaker 16:46
Mr. Id, it would it would show you the MRT ID for the entity if it had one. But now it’s
showing is undefined. And so if you just do a quick search for how to find the Mr. Id
and Google you’ll see that this was the bookmark that Unknown Speaker 17:00
was talking about right here, you would drag that up to the, your bookmark bar. And then
you would just click on it when you have a Google search that displays an entity in the
Knowledge Graph. However, that’s not working for some reason. And so and I even just replaced
it by a moment ago while Adam was talking, and it’s still not working. So there must
have been some sort of change. However, let me point out a couple of other things from
that same Google search for how to find Mr. Id. If you click the up and word There’s some pretty good articles here about Mar ID. So if you guys want to
find out more about it, that kind of stuff, you can just click through and read these
two articles. Also, there is the developers. com or excuse me, developers. google. com,
the Knowledge Graph reference rest vi API. So in other words that the Knowledge Graph
Search API, it’s it’s inside the developers console and Google if you go Unknown Speaker 18:00
Over there and type in if you type, you go over there to, or excuse me into in here and
under the query section on the right hand side, you just type in the entity name, right?
Then you’ll see over here it’s going to pull in, this is the result. So let me just refresh
and we’ll start this over so you can see what I’m talking about. Unknown Speaker 18:23
Alright, so over here where it says query, you type your string and and, and so I’m going
to use mine that I was just using, so big bamboo marketing, okay, and then hit execute. Unknown Speaker 18:35
And you’ll see if you scroll down on the side, I know it’s probably small on your end, guys,
but that if if you’re Unknown Speaker 18:42
a brand if the company or whatever it is that you’re searching for has is an actual validated
entity in the Semantic Web. It should show a Knowledge Graph ID which is as far as I
know, and I may be wrong on this is the same as the MRE ID Unknown Speaker 18:59
but it has to have Unknown Speaker 19:00
Have one. In other words, it has to be a recognized entity in order for it to have a knowledge
graph. Unknown Speaker 19:06
ID, which I think again, and again, it could be wrong, but I’m pretty sure that’s the same
as the MRT ID. And if you scroll down, you’ll see it. It’s right here. It’s where it says
add ID, but it says kg colon. And then if I’m going to put this on a notepad file, so
you can you guys can see it a little bit bigger. Unknown Speaker 19:24
This is what it’s showing is the kg ID right there. Okay, so that’s the Knowledge Graph
ID, which again, I believe is the exact same thing as an MRE ID. Alright, so this is the
actual format of how you would add that right there. So all you would do is take this part
of the URL, Copy that. Unknown Speaker 19:44
And you’re going to add your KGM or your kg ID to the end of that, and it right there,
and then that’ll give you the actual format of the URL for your Mar ID right. So just
so you can see what I’m talking about if I come over here Unknown Speaker 20:00
to Unknown Speaker 20:03
Firefox and I searched for Unknown Speaker 20:06
big bamboo marketing, Unknown Speaker 20:09
you’ll see that my knowledge panel, the typical knowledge panel shows up here. But if you
scroll down, because I am a wreck or big bamboo marketing is a recognized entity. Because
a long time ago, I years ago, I was actually able to add the bamboo marketing as an entity
to Freebase before Freebase got shut down to the public. And that was a semantic database
that you could actually enter entity information. And so I was able to do that. And that’s why
big bamboo marketing has it. So if I click on this, this will actually take me to the
entity graph view. In other words, this is not showing that what we call the knowledge
graph, but it this is showing the the entity graph, which is showing that this is an actual
entity inside of the Semantic Web and Google semantic database. And if you take a look,
excuse me, let me click Unknown Speaker 21:00
out of this, you can see up in the, let’s see, let me grab the share URL, Unknown Speaker 21:06
or copy that Unknown Speaker 21:08
will go view that separately. Unknown Speaker 21:11
Once again, you’ll see the kgm ID is right there. So this is right there before the ampersand,
if I copy that it’s the same as what you’re seeing right here. Unknown Speaker 21:22
That it’s the same URL. So if we were to just close this down and go one more time with
that, just that URL. Unknown Speaker 21:31
And I don’t know why didn’t actually pull it all the way through. Unknown Speaker 21:36
Marco, do you know how to get the URL to appear as the Knowledge Graph from the kgm ID? Or
the kg ID? Unknown Speaker 21:44
Yeah, if I go and look at my notes, I have somewhere how to get it. Okay. Unknown Speaker 21:52
I’m like, I’m not gonna go right now. You just did a great job of explaining how to
do it. I’d be careful. I just tell people be careful that that’s your machine. Unknown Speaker 22:00
Reasonable entity ID, you’re fucking wrong with your entity when you when you’re using
that. Be careful what you do with your entity, the way that things are being looked at right
now and seen right now and the way that that the algorithm is looking at your entity. So
if you do anything too ambiguous at your entity, you’re in trouble. That’s all I had to say
was just a word of warning for all you guys that are, you know, you heard about this machine
readable ID hack and this thing, and what you can all of these different things that
you can do, just make sure that you know exactly what it is that you’re doing with that machine
readable entity ID. That’s your entity on the web as far as Google is concerned. Unknown Speaker 22:43
Yeah. Yeah. So this is what I was talking about. I was able to enter in the Freebase
back before they had shut it down to have public editing. I was actually able to add
it not showing the mrd ID is the same as what I was just showing here. Unknown Speaker 23:00
So you can see that that’s what I’ve got right there. Yeah, right. Mm hmm. So anyways, hopefully
that was helpful. Unknown Speaker 23:09
I don’t know what you’re going to do with it. But there you go. Alright, next question. Unknown Speaker 23:15
Happy New Year or the new g sites also sandboxed. What constitutes doing anything doesn’t include
a G drive assets and embedding them into the G site. Thank you. That’s a good question
for you, Marco. Unknown Speaker 23:27
g sites. Also, Sam, I’ve never run into a G site being sandbox. What constitutes what
constitutes anything doesn’t include that in G drive assets. Yes, Brandon, you showed
that you adding them to the G said not only that, but but syndicating them through a syndication
network. Right. It did that. And it still ranking for SEO Virginia today, after all
the updates Well, during the last four sites almost five years, right. This coming May.
Yeah. And so yes, it’s still going strong. So yes, by all means, and not not but not
only do you embed Unknown Speaker 24:00
MTV dot CEO is where Deadia our master link builder master spammer master and better that’s
where he hangs out just go and get a gig from him because he knows exactly what to do with
with the embed URLs. And with the iframe, actually and then how to link build to it
so yeah, by all means Have at it Unknown Speaker 24:23
I think what I think what he’s asking is like with you know, when when it comes to a money
site, if you make changes and it starts doing the Google dance when we’re not supposed to
touch it really for like three weeks while it’s doing the dance, I think that’s kind
of what he’s asking about. Are the new g sites also sandbox meaning when they are doing the
Google dance should we not make any changes to them? I I’ve never taken a look I’ve never
bothered all rules are off. You see a G site get permanently sandbox, please let me know. Unknown Speaker 24:57
Yeah, and I don’t think I I’ve never been Unknown Speaker 25:00
I don’t know about sandbox being the proper term. But I know that g g sites from the drive
stacks typically, at least in my experience, they, Unknown Speaker 25:10
for the first several weeks, they end up they go in and out of the index, or though they
may remain index, but they won’t be in the top 10 pages and then it pops in and then
it pops back out and pops in and pops back out. And it does that dance that significant
dance for the first several weeks, at least for most of projects that I’ve I work on,
I’ve noticed that. Unknown Speaker 25:30
And so I don’t know if that’s technically the sandbox, or if that’s just the dance,
I think that’s more that’s that’s a dance a sandbox is when it’ll hit a position, whatever
it is, a lot of times second or third page, and you start hitting just hitting it with
everything, you know, because you’re trying to get it the first page and it won’t move.
It’s simply no matter what you do. It will not move that that’s a sandbox that’s or it
just won’t wrap that’s different than seeing the ranking and then it goes Unknown Speaker 26:00
off, and then it comes back and then all of a sudden it’s on the first page, then it’ll
be on page 10, then it’ll again, it’ll look like it’s been D indexed. And then it finally
settles in whatever place is going to settle so that you can do whatever you want with
it. We usually know once we’ve done hitting it with with everything, we let it go for
a while, so so that it I don’t know. So I had simmered and cooks up really good. And
then you have other URLs that you can target that you can use for link building while while
that’s going on, is that necessary to continue hitting that g site over and over again, although
I can’t say from from just from experience, they can hit it with literally anything and
it’ll take it like a champ. Yeah. Please, sir, my apps more. Unknown Speaker 26:45
So, all right, that was a good question. Now. Next one is uh, let’s see. Happy New Year.
Hump Day Hangouts. Awesome. He says in a recent Hump Day Hangout, you spoke briefly on long
form content is now performed a preferred over shorter form, content can Unknown Speaker 27:00
You guys speak to that. And what you see with that moving forward, cheers. Okay. Yeah. So
I think what you’re talking about is years ago, the way that silo structure we used to
the best way that silo structure, or when we would build silos out on a website, the
best way to do it years ago was to separate each individual keyword out that you wanted
to, you know, optimize for, and try to rank a separate page or post for each keyword.
So each, each post or page would be optimized primarily for one keyword, right? And so you
might have let’s say that in you know, I don’t know we’ll just use the tree removal as an
example that could be a potential silo right. And so there might be you know, five different
versions or variations of tree removal Tree Removal Tree Removal Service, emergency tree
removal, pine tree removal, dead tree removal, right. Unknown Speaker 28:00
Those could each be individual versions or variations of the tree removal keyword. So
what we used to do is we would have, you know, Tree Removal would be the primary, Unknown Speaker 28:12
you know, the top of the silo. So that would be the, the most the broadest of keywords.
So we would put that at the top the top of the silo. And then for each and every one
of those supporting keywords that I was just talking about longer tail versions of it,
we would have a separate post for each one of those optimize specifically for that, that
phrase, and all of those would obviously link back to the the top of silo. So the silo landing
page, which would be tree removal. However, what happened is a lot because those keyword
themes are so closely related. It kind of created redundancy within the silo, right?
A lot of times the same things would be set set over and over and over again. And it’s
you know, because it was the same theme, right, the same topic, and they were so closely related
that it just did Unknown Speaker 29:00
It used to work really well. But what I found was after, I don’t know, one of the panda
updates, I think it was around 2015 timeframe. Unknown Speaker 29:09
That longer form content seemed to work better. In other words, instead of creating separate
pages or posts for each and every keyword that you want to rank for, you would put all
of your closely related keywords within a particular theme onto one long form page,
which would be the top of silo. So in this case, tree removal, the page, which would
be the top of silo would include all of those other keywords in there. And so the content
itself could be a lot longer it could be you know, we used to do 800 to 1000 words on for
the top of silo, and now it could be 2500 words for the for the top, top of silo page.
And then what happens is, what I recommend is having sections so header headings sections,
within the content where you have, you know, you’re optimizing for each one of those variations.
So now you’ve got one really like a three Unknown Speaker 30:00
rotative piece of content that includes your, your primary keyword, as well as all of the
supporting keywords, then if you need any additional push for any of your, for that
page in particular or for any one of the supporting keywords, then you can always do a post within
that, that silo within that category that’s optimized for whatever keyword it is that
you need the additional push for. But my point is, instead of having, you know, five or six
articles, top of silo with four or five supporting articles that are all basically saying the
same thing anyways, you put it all into one long form copy, or one long form page that
mentions all of those other keywords, you break it out into logical sections. You can
even put a table of content or jump links at the top of it. If it’s really long, right,
those work really well too so that somebody could click on it and it would jump them down
to that section on the page. Then what happens is you rank that or you know, publish that
page, give it some time. So Unknown Speaker 31:00
Where that settles in, if you need any additional push for any of the keywords that you’re trying
to rank for on that page, then that’s when you can publish blog posts, within that silo
to link back to that page. And remember, if you put a table of contents in with jump links
to each one of the sections, the headings sections on that long form page, if you’re
doing a blog post to push one of those keywords from, you know, one of those supporting keywords,
you can link back directly to that jump link to so now you’re getting you know, links built
to the jump link through through that keyword onto that primary page, if that makes sense.
So, Unknown Speaker 31:37
you know, once once the that kind of shift occurred, and it went from doing everything
where all pages were singularly optimized for one keyword to the longer form stuff.
I’ve had a lot of, you know, over the years I’ve seen I even took sites that started to
perform like didn’t perform as good as they used to, and consolidated content into one
place. Unknown Speaker 32:00
And actually seen ranking boost from that. So that’s what I was saying about going forward.
I think Google doesn’t like thin content pages. You guys should all know that. And so when
you optimize these little these pages or posts for one singular keyword, and it’s kind of
thin on content, you’re better off developing a much more thorough piece of content that
connects all of those dots together, if that makes sense. Any comment on that? Unknown Speaker 32:30
No. Okay. I’m good. Unknown Speaker 32:34
I didn’t know if anybody else wanted to comment on that. Alright, so Austin Zot Don is up.
He says, one of my clients just recently brought on a social media person. today that person
tells me that he doesn’t want me to post blog posts, videos or anything else to any of the
social media platforms. He says blog post should stay on the blog. What’s the best way
for me to respond to this ridiculous demand? Unknown Speaker 32:58
Yeah, that’s Unknown Speaker 33:00
Jordan, if you scroll down real quick or check it out, you can check out Jordans response.
I think that’s pretty good. But Unknown Speaker 33:06
yeah, I agree. I read that earlier, Jordan says go one level higher than him or her and
tell their boss why it’s vital if the social media person won’t listen, why would you write
content? He wouldn’t amplify. And I agree with that. I would say the same thing. As
far as what Jordan says, I would go above them. I mean, you remember that whoever hired
you for doing SEO hired you to do SEO? They didn’t hire the social media person to do
SEO, they hired you to do SEO. And social media plays a part in SEO. So but, you know,
SEO doesn’t typically play a part in social media. In other words, you have to you should
be using social media to amplify to promote the content that you produce, because it helps
with SEO. But, you know, the social media person doesn’t have to really do anything
for SEO. So my point is, you should Unknown Speaker 34:00
You need I agree with what Jordan said is go back to the the person that hired you. Unknown Speaker 34:06
And say that to them. So you know, you hired me to do SEO, this helps with SEO, I understand
your social media person wants to control all the social media, that’s fine. But I,
I would have the content get sent to them and make sure that they’re publishing it,
then at least if nothing else, but again, I would remind the owner, the business owner,
that the reason why they hired you is for your expertise and what kind of results you
can achieve. Yeah, yeah, I agree. I totally, totally agree with what the guys have saying
here. I would say that there, there are a couple things that will impact the reach on
for, for instance, facebook, facebook post. So there are a couple things that you can
do or that social media person could do to actually still get content to the page and
still get you the SEO benefits. For instance, if you’re posting a link on Facebook, you
know how the Open Graph Well, you know, Unknown Speaker 35:00
Facebook will go in and crawl the Open Graph. So we’ll bring the image the title on the
description of the page, right. And if you have like a little bit of body copy, and then
you have the link and whatnot, that gets, let’s say, X amount of reach. But if instead
of doing that you upload an image to Facebook, and you keep everything else the same, you
still put the link in there, it won’t be a link post, it will be an image post, and that
will boost the the reach that those publications have, you still have that link going to that
page from a social media post, but without interfering with their reach. So they’re like
a little bit of common ground. And at the end of the day, if you’re talking about promotion,
and you’re talking about branding, you want to work hand in hand with this person, you
know, because at the end of the day, that person is trying to get buyers leads whatever
sellers on social media while you’re trying to get them on Google and at the end of day,
you know, you need to be working to get them intense. So I think Unknown Speaker 36:01
I would actually be a little more radical Surprise, surprise. Unknown Speaker 36:06
But that to me, this is Unknown Speaker 36:09
awesome. This is Austin. If you’re getting results and you’ve steadily been getting results
through whatever it is that you do, and then comes to social media person brand new, telling
you what to do, then do the Jordan but not not only that, you go to the person that’s
above that or the person who you signed the contract with the person who you deal with,
but I’m getting the results. You want me to continue getting results get this person out
of my way, figure out another way to get this person and as her Nan said Baby, you can cooperate
but never with this person telling you what to do as Brandon said, social media person
does not does not know SEO, they think that they do and they think that they’re God’s
gift to the SEO world but but they’re not. They know how to be social. Your job is to
get results not to really be social though. It’s It is part of the job and you should
have someone Unknown Speaker 37:00
For that, to me, yes, it’s going a step above or to whoever it is that you need to go to.
If you want me to keep getting results, I need this person out of my way. And if you
don’t, then I just walk away because I can’t work like this. Yeah, this is not how I work
this. This is not when you and I talked, this was not part of the deal part of the day,
and and if this is going to include me having to go with this person that teaches person
SEO, that I’m gonna have to charge a whole lot more money for a consultation, because
that’s not in the work description. I’m sorry. Unknown Speaker 37:32
Yeah, yeah, I agree. I mean, I would say if if the social media person doesn’t want your
posts being automatically published to the social media channels, that’s fine. You know,
there can be a compromise. The compromise should be in that case that the content still
gets published to social media channels, but it gets done manually. So he the social media
person can dress it up, pretty it up, do whatever they want to do to it, but it should still
be posted. is the point. Unknown Speaker 38:00
Right. So I agree with what Marco said, you know, you’d have to say, look, this wasn’t
part of the arrangement when we set the terms of our agreement. And now you’ve thrown this
into the mix. So we’re going to have to, you know, either rework the agreement, or we’re
going to have to bring it back to the what was originally agreed to. Unknown Speaker 38:17
I agree with what Marco says. Unknown Speaker 38:19
Okay, so the next question is, I signed up for the SEO shield or for a new project that
will be going live in a couple of weeks. Is there a list of deliverables that I need to
provide for your VA to build it out? Unknown Speaker 38:34
whatever’s in the order sheet. I mean, you place the order, but then when you go to place,
submit the details for the order, it’s whatever’s in there, do we have a pre populated list
of deliver of list of requirements for these things, guys? Yeah, the best way is what you
said Bradley, maybe we’re working on getting a little bit better information for you. So
you see that before but yeah, the process there is to just make Unknown Speaker 39:00
It streamlines your order. And then once you go to your dashboard at MTV dot CEO, you can
go in and it’ll have everything listed out that you need to provide. So I did see who
or who asked that. But yeah, that’s the process if you then have questions, you know, feel
free to reach out to support and and, you know, point to the right direction. But yeah,
I’m thinking we should maybe at some point, put on the sales page, like a link to a PDF
that shows what’s needed or something, you know what I mean? Um, yeah, it’s in the works
it’s probably going to be in the next 3060 days, we’re going to be video so they can
be updated because you know, things go along, you know, maybe we change something the way
something’s done, but yeah, we’ll have that setup. Okay, cool. They can just write to
support at MTV dot CEO, since this is what support is for, right, these questions. This
this is this doesn’t involve SEO, or any SEO advice. It’s okay. So how does the order work?
How does how does the ordering process work? What do I need to provide? That’s perfect
because Bruce Bruce, Bruce Hale is awesome. Unknown Speaker 40:00
answering those types of questions, and if she has questions that she’ll come to either
Rob or me and ask us for input on how she should answer. So by all means, right to support
resale is great. She’s doing a fantastic job and and I just wanted to make it public that
are and as a matter of fact, let me give a shout out new year to Chris green how, who
has been with Semantic Mastery support for like, seems like forever. And we don’t ever
run into support issues because he can usually just deal with everything and he knows how
to contact us and get everything done. I mean, we I think we have a really smooth system
and we have some great people with great people skills. So shout out to our support board,
both at Semantic Mastery and MTV. Unknown Speaker 40:48
Yeah, God bless Chris for being that guy because the support guy. Unknown Speaker 40:53
I’ve attempted to do it like once or twice in my career, and I don’t know how anybody
can be a support person. Unknown Speaker 40:59
So Unknown Speaker 41:00
He’s worth his weight in gold. Unknown Speaker 41:02
Alright, the next question is from Nathan. He says when siloing GMB posts, how many do
you typically use for each silo? As many as it takes? Nathan? Do you try to limit silence
to five to 10 posts? Now? I mean it there’s, there’s no reason to limit it. Unknown Speaker 41:17
There’s no there’s no, there’s no reason to limit a number of posts within a silo that
I’m aware of. Okay. So there’s no there’s no, Unknown Speaker 41:29
no, like, hard limit as to number of posts. It’s just as many as you as many as you need,
really. And that would be the same for the next question, when siloing website posts
or pages do you try to limit those to certain number of pages or posts? Or do you continue
siling until you run out of content related to to the top level keyword? Well, I mean,
yeah, there’s no limit to that either. And here’s the thing, you know, again, I always
do what it’s necessary to get results. Sometimes you’ll be able to get results with just a
couple of, you know, maybe two or sometimes you don’t need any supporting posts at all. Unknown Speaker 42:00
But within a proper silo, it would have supporting posts. And sometimes I’ll get results with
two or three posts. And other times it might take 20. You know, it just depends. And it’s
not, you know, you could run out of keywords. But that doesn’t mean that you couldn’t publish
additional blog posts with the same keywords, right? Just you say things in a different
way. That’s why I like curated content so well, because you’re not curating content,
you’re using other people’s content to create a to publish a post, right? Where you’re highlighting,
or you’re highlighting other people’s opinions or content about a particular topic or subject.
And so that’s why I like curating because if, like, let’s say that you’ve got six keywords
in a silo, right? Then if you had a blog post published for each one of those keywords,
so your top level keyword in five supporting posts, and then you run out of content, you
wouldn’t you know, if you just did one piece of content per keyword, then you’d be you’d
be out after Unknown Speaker 43:00
But if you didn’t get the results that you needed, you should continue publishing posts
within that silo. So that’s why, you know, again, curated content works so well, because
each time you’re publishing a post, you’re you’re pulling in other people’s content.
So you don’t really have to come up with original content is my point. All you got to do is
come up with an idea for a post and then go find content to support or to, either to support
your opinion or to object to the opinion that you’re in sometimes those make really good
posts to like, argumentative posts, right, where you show Unknown Speaker 43:32
a differing opinion, right? So you show both sides of it, but that’s what I like about
that because with a good VA, VA, a good a good VA doesn’t even doesn’t have to be a
subject matter expert. All they have to do is be able to locate good content about a
particular topic. And then, Unknown Speaker 43:51
you know, put it put it together in a blog post with some commentary injected in between
each piece of curated content and that’s all that’s needed. Unknown Speaker 44:00
Alright, so you can produce content very quickly. It’s much better because it’s usually you’re
citing right you’re you’re you’re citing other subject matter experts instead of trying to
be a subject matter expert all you’re doing is locating content written or developed by
subject matter experts and it using that in a post where you’re injecting some commentary
and that’s about it. Okay, so again, it’s not a number of is not any certain number
of it. I always like to do as many as it takes to get results. Period. Unknown Speaker 44:33
All right. Unknown Speaker 44:35
Wayne Social Buzz me that’s what he says so, so true. What’s up lane, Happy New Year, by
the way, he says social media people do not know how to get traffic. If you believe that
then you believe everyone on Instagram is rich, skinny and pretty. Unknown Speaker 44:47
And social. Wayne also says plumbers cannot do the work of a contractor social media people
are the plumbers. Unknown Speaker 44:54
They can get your ship moving, but they can’t build a rebuild. Okay. Unknown Speaker 44:59
All right. Unknown Speaker 45:00
I think we had a couple of other questions that Adam pointed out from the Facebook group
earlier. So let’s go ahead and slack if you want to open them or I can I’ve got them here.
All right, I’ve got them here. Alright, so the first one was Patrick Smith. He says I
was brought up in SEO hearing that citations of backlinks were the best ways to assess
how come how competitive a niches since that was all you had to do besides a solid site
to rank since that is obviously not true. What exactly should I look for when assessing
a niche for something like lead? Gen? Unknown Speaker 45:36
That’s a good question. You know, Unknown Speaker 45:39
obviously, backlinks and citations play a role. But when you’re talking about local
stuff to especially when you’re talking about GMB stuff Now, remember, proximity is a big
issue which is specifically what local lease pro was all about. was finding a way to Unknown Speaker 45:56
await a kind of a way to to Unknown Speaker 46:00
To get GMB assets verified for exact locations that you wanted to get leads from right so
that we were basically playing with the proximity issue as opposed to fighting it right, by
just getting more GM bees. But that’s not really I mean, although I do understand that
it’s apparently the Google wrath may be over when it comes to suspending GM bees. At least
that’s what I’m hearing. I don’t I’m not going to confirm that. But that’s what I’m hearing.
So it may be that we’re going to be able to start doing that again soon. But yeah, there’s
a lot of things I think Marco would be better just explaining this, which is what he started
to do in the thread anyways, but there’s a lot of things that you can look at, I don’t
look at third party metrics that much anymore, they can certainly play a role. But you know,
looking at the number of citations or the or the number of backlinks or the quality
of backlinks isn’t necessarily going to mean that you you know going to determine your
competitive competitive level because if you have Unknown Speaker 47:00
Your entity, correct, which is what we’ve been teaching, right? And Marco can talk more
about this, but if you have your entity correct, and you’re on page type, you can outrank many
different competitors that might have a shit ton of backlinks, but they don’t have their
entity right or they have an ambiguous rated entity. In other words, there’s some sort
of Unknown Speaker 47:23
there’s some sort of vagueness about the entity so you can come in with a fraction of any
off page work and outrank it and again, like Marco points out in his thread, if you look
at what Jeffrey Smith has been able to do with strictly on page and developing the entities
correctly, he can outrank massive authority sites with no backlinks and it’s all because
he’s he knows how to do that. So Mark, what would you say about that? Unknown Speaker 47:47
I would say exactly that and like okay, so we could add semantic mastery teach and and
on page SEO course, and siloing and interlinking, and everything else but we Unknown Speaker 48:00
Jeffrey Smith, and I like I hate reinventing the wheel. And what I would do is go and try
to copy what he did because he to me, he’s the master at this. Why would I go and try
to outdo the master unless I could, in which case, I’d go and tell him Hey Jeffrey, which
we often to try this and see how that does with with whatever it is that you’re doing
and then get back to, or just whatever we can think of. But in these terms, it’s, you
know, the Whelan’s already invented and nobody has come up with anything better. There’s
nothing better than SEO ultimate boot camp as far as doing your market research. You’re
right the top level categories I had to determine top level categories, how to find them, and
then the supporting and then everything else that you need to do in order to coat to do
what what what it is that Jeffrey does, which is as you said, outrank others with just the
way that he sets up His his websites, and it’s just Unknown Speaker 49:00
Of course, the training of it, it is a lesson intensive and you know, there is a learning
curve. And you know, he goes into some terms that you really have to think about. But having
said that, dude, nothing nothing beats what what Jeffrey has done I wouldn’t even try
I don’t care to try because most of the stuff that I do is off page anyway. So this is a
perfect complement to what we do off page. Unknown Speaker 49:27
Yeah, I would agree that what Jeffrey has been able to or his his course on his on page
course, SEO bootcamp it’s fabulous guys it is it is it’s incredible. You know, that’s
why we didn’t end up ever creating an on page course because there was no reason to try
to compete with what Jeffrey put together it’s it’s fabulous. So we just from promoting
his ever since I’ve seen ever since we saw it. So I would highly recommend you do that
because again, you know, if you have your on page right and your entity information
correct you can you can now Unknown Speaker 50:00
rank with with a fraction of the off page stuff. You can outrank, you know, even fierce
competitors. And so that’s the important thing. And then if you’re using the, you know, the
entity, the SEO shield, which is like your entity loop, right, so all of that stuff,
surround, you create this entity and you have all of your tier one branded entity assets,
and you use those as your SEO shield, then you can just hammer that stuff with with our
link building packages from from an mg y B. And even though your money site won’t show
backlinks like your competitors do, because you’re not building directly to your money
site, you’ll still outrank them. Does that make sense? And that’s why looking at those
third party tools for a number of citations and for backlinks, backlink analysis don’t
doesn’t necessarily mean anything, because you can end up out ranking them without with
only, you know, a mere fraction of what those numbers are showing, because you’re doing
all of your external SEO to your SEO shield as opposed directly to your money site. Unknown Speaker 51:00
That makes sense. I talked about what Deadia shared in the mastermind. And in our ys Academy,
I think he shared it there to where he’s doing a case study. On a it’s something in e commerce,
I can’t say the niche, right, you know how people are. And this is a client of his. But
I mean, we do up for a fraction of the money that these big players in the industry are
paying for marketing. He’s able to go in there and just take clients so we take money away
from these people who are spending hundreds of thousands a month maybe millions a month
for this niche. So you were talking about the Amazon, Lowe’s, Walmart, you name it,
they’re in the space and he’s in he’s in there, fighting it out and eventually he’ll he’ll
be able to practically own the niche which is incredible for 1200 bucks when you can
do it for 1200 bucks, go in there and compete. Unknown Speaker 52:00
For you top level category, I don’t know anything else that you could do to match that add to
that the entity that like the branding course that branded did but what you do a paid ads
and you send traffic targeted traffic that’s a niche specific and hyper targeted to whatever
it is that you’re doing, whether it’s local, or whether it’s it’s for your brand, and that’s
money. It’s it’s money in the bank you’re in. I think Patrick is in the mastermind,
isn’t he? No, no, he said he said he planted city, but you should be in the mastermind
because all of these things are available in the mastermind, how it’s done the How is
in the mastermind? Unknown Speaker 52:39
Yeah. Unknown Speaker 52:41
Okay, we’re almost out of time. This one is from Patrick, he says heard that local lease
Pro is no longer offered as a standalone course. in part due to the way Google’s GMB policies
have changed recently and I was directed to local GMB Pro is the replacement question
is about why local lease pro method Unknown Speaker 53:00
is no longer recommended. And that’s that’s precisely why Patrick is what I was just talking
about earlier was the fact that Unknown Speaker 53:08
because what we’re doing is getting spammed GMB listings like in other words, GMB listings,
that didn’t actually exist. There wasn’t enough physical location for that business essentially
in. The problem was that when it started, it became a lot harder to get them and also,
or once you would get them they would get suspended easily. And that was because Google
has been on a rampage for several months about just cracking down on GMB spam. So we got
away from doing that because it was getting too hard. Like we don’t want to teach people
how to do stuff that is going to, you know, like rework, right? Unknown Speaker 53:46
Go out and build GM bees or buy GM bees, and then you start building them out and they
get suspended. Now you’ve wasted time and you’ve wasted money, right? And so I don’t
like to. We don’t like to teach stuff that it’s going to require, like turning Unknown Speaker 54:00
Burn strategy, that’s nothing. It’s not anything I’ve ever liked to do. I don’t like to build
my business on stuff that potentially I could lose you know what I mean? I like to do work
once and have it pay for pay pay me over and over and over again. So that’s part of the
reason we got away from suggesting it was because of it was getting too hard to get
spam GM bees or if you were able to get them they were too easily suspended. Right. So
we kind of switch back to going to what we had originally been teaching which was the
local GMB pro method which is how to get the best results from a GMB and and even overcome
the proximity issue. Although that is a lot stricter now than it was when we first developed
it. I know you can still get over the proximity issue. Unknown Speaker 54:44
There’s no doubt you can overpower that but it does require more than it used to to to
overcome that because the proximity is you know, the proximity filter for GMB is a lot
tighter now than it used to be. It’s a lot stricter. Okay. Unknown Speaker 55:00
He says if I got the local GMB pro would I still be able to accomplish the same kind
of business model which is quick map quick map ranking without sight and simple flat
fee rental using the local GMB process. I really like to be able to outsource almost
all of the GMB ranking process to mg y B and follow a repeatable process to stack success.
Thank you. Yeah, of course mg y B would excuse me out local GMB pro would would still teach
you how to rank any gmv that that you get. So it would be up to you to get the GMAT whether
you’re doing that in a legit manner which means you’re you’re getting an actual address
somewhere where you can verify you know, get a postcard set to so you can verify or if
you can buy GM bees that you know if you can buy GM bees that get verified from somewhere
like you used to be able to from us and you want to and you want to get the best results
from those GM bees local GMB pro absolutely teach you how to do that. A lot of a lot of
the stuff that you’re going to we’re going to tell you to do to rank Unknown Speaker 56:00
GMB is going to be stuff that we sell in Mgi be anyways, right, which is the SEO shield,
essentially your entity loop. All of that should be done. You know, our ys drive stats,
all of those things can all help to rank a GMB. Whether it has a self hosted website
or not. It doesn’t matter. Right, we can get results with just a GMB in the GMB website,
but it still kind of includes all the other stuff that we were talking about. Unknown Speaker 56:27
You know, our SEO shield stuff. That makes sense. Unknown Speaker 56:31
You want to comment on that Marco? Not I was fine. Okay. Unknown Speaker 56:36
So yeah, as far as our you know, outsourcing all that stuff. I mean, again, local GMB pro
was just it was a lot more in depth. It was more for more competitive GMB. So in other
words, if you like local lease pro was all about trying to find and identify the really
easy map ranking opportunities. And then so so you go out and say, you know, you you register
20 GMB, Unknown Speaker 57:00
across a metropolitan area, and out of those, you know, eight out of those 20 might rank
overnight with little to no work at all because of the proximity issue and you were able to
just hit all, you know, check all the boxes Unknown Speaker 57:14
to rank really well because you found low competition not very many other businesses
registered in the same zip code, you know, all that kind of stuff, but with the local
GMB pro method, it’s about whatever GMB is that you have getting the most the best results
even in very, very competitive areas. It’s how to get results from those GM B’s. That
makes sense. Unknown Speaker 57:34
Okay. All right. I think we’re about wrapped up. Unknown Speaker 57:38
The last one, I would say, Daniel, I see that you’ve just recently joined the mastermind.
This is a question he has about some locations, some siloing for a service area business with
both service silos and location silos. And Daniel, I recently had been talking in the
mastermind about how to create site location based Unknown Speaker 58:00
silos using tags. And it’s not the traditional silo method. It’s a it’s a bit. It’s a bit
different than what you’re you would be used to. And I’ve talked about that in mastermind
webinars, multiple mastermind webinars. And in fact, there’s a Unknown Speaker 58:16
there’s a post where I, that I replied to one of the other members in the mastermind
recently, I think it’s Mandy, where I pointed out the lesson URLs where I talked about location
siloing using tags. So just go do a search inside the semantic mastery mastermind Facebook
group, and you’ll you’ll find it Okay. And then just go watch those and you’ll see that
that my opinion is the that’s how I’ve been doing all of my Unknown Speaker 58:42
service area business websites when that whenever I’ve lived patient based silos. I’ve been
using this the tag method for I don’t know about a year and a half now. So go take a
look at those and you’ll see what I’m talking about. We have AI m Bert working inside the
semantic Unknown Speaker 59:00
mastery, video archives, or mastermind, video archives, so he could just go use the search
function and look for whatever it is that that he’s interested in siloing just whatever
it is type it in. It’s it’s one of the modules, it says search 119 I think it is 120 whatever
it is, it’s in there. Just go into type the keyword that you’re looking for, and you’re
going to get everything associated with that keyword. So use it. Unknown Speaker 59:27
Yeah. Unknown Speaker 59:29
Alright, the last question and we’re gonna wrap it up because it’s five o’clock is. He
says, Can you rank a Google site without a GMB rank and rent without a client until the
site is rendered? Sure you can. I mean, you can rank up a Google site. If you’re talking
about sites, Google com. Yes. You can also rank a GMB right. If you go out and create
a, you know, a fake GMB listing with a, you know, a generic company name or whatever,
you can rank that, again, you can rank I mean, you don’t have to have a client to do that.
That’s how I got started in this business. So I would rank Unknown Speaker 1:00:00
stuff, including maps listings, and then I would once they would rank and start generating
leads then I would call who you know what the type of business that it was for and then
try to find somebody that was willing to at the time I just did flat fee rentals, least
on a monthly basis before I switched into pay per lead or equity share. Unknown Speaker 1:00:18
Or revenue share, I should say. So anyways, yeah, you can absolutely do that. That’s it.
You just can’t rank in, in the three pack right? Unknown Speaker 1:00:27
Without a beat yet, right? You need a map? Yeah, you need having you need that. You need
that GMB listing. That’s correct. So, all right, everybody. Well, thanks for being here.
Happy New Year to you all. We will see you guys next week. See everyone. Bye, everyone. Transcribed by

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