SEO Training: 3 Steps to Generating 100K Visitors Per Month in Organic Traffic [REAL LIFE EXAMPLE]

On this week’s Q&A Thursday, I’m breaking down the 3 simple steps to getting organic SEO traffic up to 100K visitors per month. ►►Subscribe here to learn more of my secret SEO tips: https://goo.gl/ScRTwc
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Here’s the Summary of This SEO Training (Advice for https://viewership.com )

Before you even think about building organic traffic from SEO….
…the first step that Viewership.com need’s to do is go out there and work with influencers.

Now here’s what I mean by that. I’m not talking about, find people like me or whatever it may be, I’m on YouTube, or any of that, I have a blog.

I’m talking about, find people who aren’t on YouTube who have a big audience.

And funny enough, it’s a huge market.

So if you look at how many going to blogs are out there, right, if you look at Wordpress, there’s so many, but there are not that many people doing video content, and I would start discussing with people who have really high ranked blog posts in industries that you’re interested in helping out, such as fitness.

For example, there’s a guy I know named Jeremy.

He owns a company called Legion Athletics.

They also own a site called Muscle for Life. It’s a blog on fitness, gets over a million unique visitors a month. This is a multimillion-dollar company. It’s an eight-figure plus business.

So with them, they already get a ton of Google traffic.

You already know YouTube and fitness are huge.

They already make over 10 million a year. Why not hit people like that up and be like, “You know what, I wanna create videos for you guys, or you guys go create videos, but I wanna show you how you can get more traffic on video than you can through text, or why not combine both of them?”

You’re already crushing it from content marketing. Why not do videos as well?

Now, going back to your first question of how do you get to 100,000 visitors a month.

SEO TRAINING Step #1
First, I would go and write amazing articles in your space about YouTube marketing.

There’s already other people who have articles on YouTube marketing, but I would do more in-depth guides, and then go reach out to every other person who’s linked to those articles on YouTube marketing, ’cause you can go to Buzzsumo, type in YouTube marketing, YouTube SEO.

You then go take the most popular ones, because they base it off the social shares.

SEO Training Step #2:
You then go to ahrefs.com, put in the URL of those sites.

You’ll start seeing all the people linked to them, hit them up, and beg them for a link. If you’re content’s more thorough, they’ll do it.

You’ll just be like, “Hey, I’m Adam. Check out my site called https://Viewership.com; I got amazing content; I cover x, y, and z, and a, b, and c that they don’t.”

It is that simple, and everyone’s like, “No, no, that doesn’t work.” It’s a grind, but it works. If you send out 100 of those emails, you’ll get five links.

And everyone’s like, “Oh, that’s too much work.” But if you do it, because no one else is willing to, you’ll get links. You get the links; you’ll start ranking higher on search engines.

Yeah, so my systematic process is, I do the outreach for link building, which I showed you.

I do the outreach for social shares using Buzzsumo.

SEO Training Step #3:
I link out to people naturally.
And then I hit up them even if they’re my competition and be like, “Hey, you have amazing content.

I loved it so much; I even linked out to you. Feel free and share my article if you like it.”

And a lot of your competitors will share your content, even if you’re unknown.

It works so well.

So once I do those three strategies, and you test these templates, then I just go to Upwork, and I find someone in India or in places like this, where they’re smart and the labor’s much more cost-effective, and I have them do my outreach for me.

And I just scale it up, and I’ll hire a few people.

And that’s how you scale it; you do it in mass quantity and boom, you’ll notice if you do this, in the first three months, you’ll start noticing some traction. In your Google search console, you’ll get impressions but not that much traffic.

First six months, you’ll get some. The 10 to 12-month mark, that’s when your traffic picks up, and you have a good shot at hitting 100,000, but you have to have mainstream keywords, so use Google keyword planner, and make sure the traffic per keyword is higher.

That’s exactly how you can get to 100,000 visitors per month. Just follow this SEO training and you’ll get there before you know it.

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How to Rank #1 on Google for the World’s Most Competitive Keywords | Ranking First Page for “SEO”

Try it, google “SEO” and you’ll see that NeilPatel.com is ranked on Google’s first page. How’d I do it? Watch this video: ►►Subscribe here to learn more of my secret SEO tips: https://goo.gl/ScRTwc
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I’m going to let you in on a little secret, but you have to make a promise to me.

You can’t use this against me.

I rank for the most competitive term on Google, on page one.

You know what that term is?

SEO, I’m competing with other marketers who know what they’re doing. That’s harder than just competing with other companies.

I’m competing with companies with money that know what they’re doing. And I’m on page one for the term SEO.

And I’m going to show you the exact steps I took to rank there, but again, you have to promise not to use this for that term so that you would outrank me.

#1: Your content needs to be super-detailed and thorough

If it’s not thorough, like pillar content.

What I mean by pillar content is, that one piece of content that pretty much explains everything out there under the sun for that one topic. You know what the number-one result for SEO is?

It’s Moz; it’s The Beginner’s Guide to SEO.

It’s long, and it discusses everything about SEO, from how to do it, what it’s about, how it got started, every little thing and every tactic or formula that Google’s looking at to rank a site.

Now, my content doesn’t rank us high, but if you notice, the content on Neil Patel isn’t as thorough.

And you don’t have to be as thorough, but it just shows, the more detailed you are, the better off you’re going to be in rankings.

#2: Your content needs to be beautiful
The better-designed and the more beautiful it is, the better-off you are. People don’t like looking at ugly stuff.
I don’t like looking at ugly web pages.
No one else does either. Make sure your stuff is really pretty.

#3: It has to load fast.
If it doesn’t load fast, it’s not gonna work for most people, especially on their mobile phones.

They’re pulling out their mobile phone, they’re like, oh, this is taking forever to load.

More than 50% of the people using Google are on their mobile phone or mobile device.

So make sure your site loads fast, and especially that webpage that you’re trying to rank.

#4: After you do that, cross-link that post or that pillar page on every other page on your website.

If you go to Neil Patel and you go to any single blog post, you’ll notice that I link to my SEO article.

It’s providing more juice; it’s telling Google, hey, I’m linking to this article on every single page for a reason.

It’s important; I find it important, I want users to know it’s important.

They’re clicking on it; you should rank it high up as well.

#5
The next thing you need to do is use Ahrefs.
Go, type in your competitor URLs, and see who links to them. Hit up all of those people and ask them for a link.

For example, you can send them a short email saying,

“Hey John, I noticed you’re linking to X, Y, and Z site. I have a similar article that came out, but mine covers one, two, and three that their article didn’t. Feel free to check it out here, and if you like it, link to it. Cheers, Neil.”

And leaving an email like that to other people leave to your competitors will cause more links back to you. If you send 100 of those, you should get roughly five people linking back to you.

If you don’t get five linking back to you, that means the email you’re sending is too irrelevant people that shouldn’t be linking to you in the first place.

#6
The next thing you’ll want to do is, be patient. You’re not going to rank right away. That page, after it was put up, it took a year and a half before it popped onto the first page.

You have to be patient and continually update it, provide more value, make it prettier design.

But as long as you’re keeping everything up-to-date and you’re patient, eventually you’ll notice that your rankings will climb.

Mine went from being in the top thousand to top hundred to page five, to page four, to three, to two, and eventually page one.

It was a slow, gradual build.

#7
And here’s the last tip for you, and this is what most people don’t tell you when it comes to ranking.

If you have two sites, General Motors and BMW, they both have a lot of links, they both have billions of dollars to spend on SEO and marketing. So how does Google know which one to rank higher for car-related terms?

It’s brand-related.

If Google noticed that more people are searching for BMW over General Motors, what are they going to do?

They’re going to start ranking BMW higher because they have a bigger brand.

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