About 10 years ago, I heard from a trusted source that PPI Claims were going to be massive, so I promptly bought ppiclaims.co.uk with a plan to enter that market.
Lon story short, I gave the domain away as part of another deal and kind of forgot about it. I really didn’t think people would still be claiming PPI a decade later, and many many millions have been made getting money back from the banks, including many of my friends.
Now I hear the same is going to happen for the outrageous payday loans market, which I have long despised. So, starting in this market we produced this video using Content Samurai:
Positioning went straight to no. 1 in YouTube, although it has dropped a couple of places in the past 24 hours, being outranked by its own channel!
So, over the next few weeks we’ll be repeating the process for all long tail keywords and then measuring the phone calls we get. As we get paid per call, we’ll reinvest on a continous basis with more content until we totally dominate the market. Fun times!
2. These leads are sold 5-6 times i.e. they are not exclusive.
3. This means that if it costs a builder in Florida $100 to get a lead from homeadvisor to fit a basement out, you can easily sell a lead to them for $150 as an exclusive lead.
4. Pick a niche. I’m going to use demolition – Bloomington – Indiana – as an example.
5. Go to your YT channel and set a LIVE event up for the keyword (in this case, I’m going for “Demolition company bloomington indiana” P.S. Don’t forget to go to advanced settings, choose the location, then move the map pin a little bit so you get a grid reference. YT loves that shit).
6. See if you can rank near the top of YT by checking the KW after a couple of mins. Took me 30 seconds to get to no.1.
Even ranked 1 for “demolition company bloomington”
7. If you do, then go an get a virtual US number and make a video to actually broadcast during the live event.
9. Contact all the demolition companies in Bloomington (insert your own niche) with a pic of your video at the top of YT (and hopefully also on Google) and make them the offer, first come, first served.
This question always makes me laugh. I’ve been hearing people proclaim SEO is dead since 2001.
The best way for me to answer this question is to take a look at one of our clients search data. For confidentiality reasons I can’t tell you what they sell. I can tell you that Google banned their Adwords account last year, because of their draconian policies about advertising natural remedies (because Big Pharma controls Google as well as the rest of the media) and I can tell you their CPC (cost per click) before they got banned (after spending £88,000) was about £1.
So, we got to work on their SEO, which included:
– On page optimisation
– sitemap optimisation
– image optimisation
– image syndication
– off page optimisation
I can tell you that we’re 6 months into the work and have yet to complete any of the above and we’re only just about to start on their Video SEO and syndication.
Despite that, this is what has happened to the natural organic traffic:
This shows an increase from an average 5,000 unique visitors in Sept – Jan, to over 20,000 in Feburary 2016.
That’s a 400% increase in traffic.
To put the value of this in terms a monkey could understand, that’s £252,000 worth of traffic (if they’d bought it from Google) over the next 12 months, without taking any further increases into account.
I can tell you clearly that what they are paying us is to achieve this is less than 30% of that.
MOZ only goes back so far, so I thought I’d take a look inside Google Analytics to compare this February with last February, which is before we started working with them:
Anne Pettifor helped wipe out $100 billions of debt for 35 of the poorest countries in Africa with the programme she helped found, Jubilee 2000. She was also director of Policy Research in Macroeconomics, PRIME and fellow at New Economics Foundation. She was one of the few people to publicly predict the 2007 financial crisis in 2003. When she speaks, we should listen.
Part of being a Sovereign Entrepreneur is getting wise to what’s really happening in the world of finance, not what the mainstream media is telling us what’s happening (they lie, would you believe?).
It is a mathematical certainty that the financial crash coming is going to be bigger than anything we’ve ever seen before. It’s our future at stake here. We hand over the reigns of control of our hard-earned cash to companies that are controlled by a very few people who’ve been conning us for centuries. Read The Creature from Jeckyll Island for some historical context.
Because we’re born into this system, we can’t see how fundamentally flawed it is. It is, as Anne says in the video, a blind spot for most people.
This is mainly due to ignorance. Our ignorance.
The key to surviving, and thriving through all this is education. You taking the decision to really educating yourself on how the system really works.
This excellent, and brief, interview with Anne from Renegade Inc’s Ross Ashcroft, is essential viewing if you’re on the journey to financial enlightenment (which I hope you are):
You may already have seen Renegade Inc.’s Four Horsemen documentary film. If not, check it out here.
You can follow Renegade Inc on Twitter here and I urge you to take a look at their Kickstarter campaign here because unless we, the people, start supporting people like this who want to get real information out into the world to educate the rest of us, the massive con-trick that is the current global economy will continue to tank and spank all of us.
Considering the banking system has already claimed the lives of 100s of millions of people by funding all sides on all of the wars in our recent history and taken most of our basic human rights away, I think we should stand up and start being counted.
We are many, they are few – and that’s what they are afraid of.