Struggling to rank your sites in 2018?
In this training, I cover the important components of ranking, the easiest path to ranking & how to piece it all together.
- 01:20 – The Importance Of Keyword Research
- 05:10 – Analysing Keyword Competition
- 06:57 – The Importance Of OnPage SEO
- 17:01 – Are backlinks the most important ranking factor?
- 21:56 – Traffic Generation Strategies
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Daryl Rosser: Hey, what’s going, it’s Daryl Rosser here and in this video, I want to talk about how I’m ranking sites today in 2018. And I want to also mention a few changes that have happened over the past few years or so that some people want to see. None of these is like brand new like “Oh my God, you need to know this, if you did not watch this video right now, you’re going to lose all your rankings.” Like, everyone seems to talk about an SEO. They have this brand new amazing thing every single week. Honestly, nothing’s really changed that much. Okay? If I’m honest. But there are a few things that a lot of SEOs I see are still screwing up. So I thought I better create a video to show you guys what’s going on today, here’s what I’m doing today to rank sites and I can show you guys what’s happening, what I’m doing, and also bring some of you guys up to date because some people are still doing super outdated strategies.
Daryl Rosser: Okay? So to start off, let’s just start. I don’t know why I always find a pen when I do a video. I don’t know why, but nonetheless, so to start off I got my little fancy pencil whiteboard thing here, I want to talk about what I believe is the most important thing when it comes to SEO, that most people seem to completely skip past. Okay? So most people say “What’s the most important thing in SEO?” They going to say PBNs right? Links, it’s all about links, it’s all about power and sure links are a big deal, but what is more important than links? What is the most important thing in that campaign?
Daryl Rosser: Keywords, guys, your keyword research or just the keyword are. Keyword research is the most important thing in the whole campaign. If you pick the wrong keywords, you’re going to spend 6+ months ranking for the wrong term, that’s too competitive, where’s no money in it, right? If you pick the right ones, I shoot an example, um, I’m doing a training today, separate from this. Sorry guys, I’m doing a training today where I show one of my sites or the strategy behind it at least and I show the stats and everything like that. And it’s making almost a dollar per visitor, right? I actually have sites that make multiple dollars per visitor, right? Just pet visitor, one visited a site, you have to click an affiliate link, you don’t have to do anything else. So they get on my site from Google. So click from Google to my site, I get paid a dollar. And in some cases they get paid $3 or $4 or more, right?
Daryl Rosser: That’s insane compared to some niches. And that’s because I had my keyword research down. Not only that, I also have a good offer, but it’s mostly about the keyword research. Okay? So this is an extremely important thing, guys. If you want to make money, get your keyword research down, focus on that and focus on finding an epic offer. And I’m just to put an o for that offer, right? Maybe I put O, F, there, we got OF, get an epic offer, and do good keyword research, and you’re going to make epic money. Okay? Now how I’m doing this today, if I just clear this quickly and go to, ah here we go, I’m just going to Google right now. So how I’m doing this today is I mostly do PPL. Okay. So most of you guys know what I’m doing is Pay-Per-Lead, right? So I go out there and rank for something. So the obvious bigger city example is like “plumbers London”, “plumbers city”, right? But that’s competitive, right? So I don’t even do that. So rather than going after “plumbers London”, I go “plumbers north London”, and that’s slightly less competitive. Okay. And then I’ll go even deeper right. So I’ll set up a site that’s “plumbers north London”, right. Then I’m going to go ahead and rank for like “plumbers Highgate”, right? And then I’m going to rank for “boiler repair highgate” and all these terms like this and that’s just an area of north London if I’m right. I think so. Um, and I’m just going to go rank for a bunch of stuff like this, right?
Daryl Rosser: This site is optimized for the title, this one is, this one is, but a bunch of them are just directories, right? Like what the fuck is Aquitec, that’s a terrible domain. CheckATrade is a directory type site, so I’ll just get to go out there and rank for a ton of terms like this. It’s super easy to rank super low competition, right? Which is also important for keyword research. And if someone searches for “boiler repair Highgate”, they want their boiler repaired in Highgate, right? So there’s very buyer intent type for my type of business that I’m doing and I’m just generating all these local leads, sending them over to the companies that are doing it for an affiliate network and getting paid I don’t know, 20, 30, 50, $100 plus per call or per lead and it’s just the easiest way I know of today to make money from SEO.
Daryl Rosser: And the most profitable per visitor to your websites. So that’s basically what I’m doing. Okay. So it’s super easy. How’d you come up with keywords? You just find all the local areas in the city you’re targeting. So within London or within north London, just search “areas of north London”. Right? And then, bam, you got like all these different ones, Hackney etc, I didn’t even see the one I was just typing. So maybe that’s not in the right area. I don’t know. I’m not from London, but you get the point, right? Um, we just do something like that right now. That’s for local stuff. Then aside from that, what you do is find a list of services that fall within plumbing. Right? So you just go on a plumbing site and just search “plumbers in London”, you have a look on their site, and that would be Pimlico Plumbers.
Daryl Rosser: I use these guys every single time as an example, but nonetheless. And you’d go, okay, what services do these guys do? Well, they do plumbing, bathrooms appliances and maybe within plumbing there are different things I don’t really know. Um, but there we go. All of these different types of plumbing things. I just go rank for all these different terms. Right? And that’s pretty much it. Keyword research is super freaking simple for this type of site. Aside from that, all you want to do is, I’m just going to give you the low, like super, super freaking easy approach because this is what I am all about. Um, all you’re going to do is go into Google and search for the term you want to rank for, or maybe it’s an Amazon affiliate term, so maybe you want to rank for “best tables” or review, another example I’ve used a few times now or best tables or, I don’t really know.
Daryl Rosser: I don’t know what I searched earlier, I was searching another one earlier but it doesn’t matter, but basically you go grab one of these sites and I must have searched “best table saw”. You grab one of these, I grabbed this one as an example, you throw it into Ahrefs. You go into this organic keywords section here and then here’s all the keywords they rank for “table saw reviews”, “best table saw”, “table saw reviews”, “best table saw”, “best table saws”, “Bosch table saw”, blah, blah blah. You get the point, just go through all of them. Just have a look at these, you can just export this list, right? Export them and go through that. You can even change the volumes and everything to filter that. Do the same thing for other competitors, right? For [site], this site. And this one, [site], for an whatever ones you want, just throw a bunch of these from the first page, preferably similar to the type of site you’ll be building. Have a look at what they’re ranking for and just pull apart all the keywords they going for. And you want to rank for as many keywords as you possibly can. Which brings us kind of to the next thing. So number one most important thing, of course, is to get your keyword research down. Guys if you ranked for the wrong keyword you’re not going to make money. If you try and rank for the wrong keywords that you don’t even have enough money to rank for, then you know you’re not going to rank. So, of course, you can’t make any money. And the point I’m making is, do your freaking keyword research, okay, it’s extremely, extremely important and most people just don’t do it right. Okay?
Daryl Rosser: So that’s the most important thing. Okay? And you can do other things about this, like just checking things like does this have like affiliates ranking for it. Is it all mega authority sites or is actually affiliates ranking for this? Right little things like that. You can talk about keyword research and how to analyze your competitors. So we have a number of videos on that and I’ll cover that later, but that’s the most important thing. Make sure you get your keyword research down. Aside from that, another thing that’s super important guys, OnPage SEO. A lot of people focus on links so heavily that they forget OnPage SEO is actually kind of a big deal. Okay. So I think this is more important than it used to be or definitely is more important than it used to be. I remember when I got started in SEO, I used to be able to just throw up like a couple words on a page and ranked super easy.
Daryl Rosser: And that’s not the case anymore. You actually need a decent amount of content. Okay. So OnPage SEO, what is important? Um, there’s a number of different factors. And let me just pull up a whiteboard thing again. Voila. Okay. A big thing I think is really important that surprisingly a lot of people still don’t understand is using topical pages. TP, toilet paper, no top topical pages. Okay. So topical pages is rather than ranking for, let’s say you did plumbing, right, rather than have one page for “plumbers London”, another page for “emergency plumbers London”, another page for, I don’t know, “24 hour plumbers London” and maybe I’m doing too extreme here, and another one for some other type of plumbing service in London, I don’t know, drainage, I don’t know anything about plumbing guys, but you get the point right. Rather than having like separate pages for all of these things, you just merge them all into this one page.
Daryl Rosser: And you have one page for the topic of plumbing London. Okay. So just one page for plumbing London, that’s all one topic. And you do the same thing in any sort of context, right? So those big affiliate sites, those big Amazon affiliate sites, right? They have one big page about “best table saw reviews”, right? They get spanned into different brands, but it’s not like different sections of the table saw reviews is like different pages or one mega page just for that topic of best table saw reviews. Okay. So it’s very, very important and it’s just a really outdated strategy to try and separate. Okay? Now what you want to do here is you want to analyze your competitors. Okay? So what you basically do, you basically just Google the term, see who’s ranking, what pages they’re ranking with, are they all ranking with the same page or are they ranking with different pages and it’s basically just copy what’s working. Okay?
Daryl Rosser: There’s s a little bit more to it but that’s just the dumb simple version okay, I just like dumb. Okay, so that’s number one topical pages. Number two, still got the pen. Okay. I believe that most of the way it’s going is long-form content. So LFC. I’m making these acronyms up because I can’t bother typing the entire thing, okay. So this is really freaking basic guys. But basically, you need more content today. Okay. So the guys doing big Amazon sites and whatnot, they’re going like crazy 100,000+ and a minimum as like a starting point to start ranking a big authority site. I don’t do anything that extreme okay, but even with local sites I used to be able to rank with like homepage, about page, contact page and like a couple of pages like that was super, super simple. These days you need a little bit more.
Daryl Rosser: Okay. So actually put a little bit more effort into it, even on local sites, actually add some more pages. Add an F.A.Q. page, add a testimonials page, add different pages with different services they offer at different supporting pages which are the next thing and just things like that because actually bother to put some effort into creating some content that’s actually going to pay off. And the other thing I mentioned already, supporting pages. Okay, guys. So if you don’t know what a supporting page is, let’s say that you’re a local plumbing company again, right? So you’re a plumber in London and then you want to go ahead and you want to target in another area. Okay? This is a fairly competitive area. Okay. So you go out there and create this page and it’s like plumber in I don’t know city. Maybe you go south somewhere. So myself, I don’t know, like don’t ask me maps or geography or anything like that, but there you go like plumber in somewhere in the south somewhere south s, s, okay, so you create this page.
Daryl Rosser: Now what you find is that it’s very difficult to rank this page because you’re not really relevant to the area. You got a lot of relevance in London but you don’t have any relevance in this area. So what you want to do, is you go out there and create like a bunch of different pages and I’m just representing pages here with these random little squares and you’re going to link all of them up and maybe it’s gonna be pages or blog posts, it doesn’t matter. People always ask me this question, it doesn’t matter. Right? And you’d go out there and do this and you link to all of them. And these pages would be something to do with that area. Okay? Now what I like to do on a local site is, I like to make different service pages so specific services, not just plumbing, but specific services about plumbing things you do, I don’t know, and then you link them up to the plumbing service page, plumbing overall page for that area.
Daryl Rosser: Okay. You just create a bunch of them to focus on different plumbing terms and the location, okay? So water drainage, leaking pipes repair in this area, stuff like that. And then you just focus each one on a different service in that location, and then you link them all back up to this page. Okay. So that access supporting page. And what you basically doing there is building up this whole thing. It’s like a topic. This whole section here of the site is like a topic of SS, right? That some southern location or whatever that I don’t know anything about geography so I don’t ask me, um, that’s very embarrassing. But nonetheless, okay. So that’s basically supportive pages and it’s a good way of increasing the relevance of the page and make it easier to rank for. Something that’s slightly different, okay, so slightly different types of keywords to the main keyword on the homepage, on the site.
Daryl Rosser: You don’t need supporting pages if you’re whole site is about plumbers in London, where your whole site is about table saws or whatever else because your whole site is about tables saws. Every single page on the site is about table saws. Okay? So you already got that relevance. Um, just another question I get all the time. Okay. So next up is targeting keywords. Okay? So I just put TK. And basically guys, a lot of people are still making this mistake of thinking they should only target like 5 or 10 keywords on a page. Guys, you want to target hundreds of keywords on a page. Okay, now how many you can actually target is really dependent on your niche. I do a lot of local stuff and I stuff as many keywords as I can into it. And I don’t want to say stuff. I don’t mean like plumbers in London are great because you need a great plumber that could do London work and I don’t know, I’m making it up, but basically it’s like you know when you see a site and it’s so keyword stuff that it doesn’t even make any sense anymore. I don’t do that. Okay. But what you want to do, and this kind of ties into the long form content, okay, so these kinds of help each other out, right? So if you’re going out there and creating the site and it looks really freaking good because this is important actually making a site look good, right? So I’m going to create a local site and it’s not going to be just like a 10,000-word article because it’s just ridiculous. No one has 10,000 words on a local site. Okay? That doesn’t exist. On an Amazon’s site, maybe you have a 10,000 word review, a local site no, okay?
Daryl Rosser: But I’m going to go ahead and try and create maybe a thousand words on this homepage, which is a lot by the way. And what it’s gonna do, it’s going to have images in between, it’s going to have Call-to-Actions, they’re going to look really freaking good and because I got so much content and because it looks so good, then that allows me to go ahead and actually insert keywords more often, so I have different H2 tags and have different images with alt text and stuff like that. And within the paragraphs and stuff, I mention all these different keywords. Now just to give an example that I can get my, if I can type here. Let’s say that your main keyword is plumbers London, okay. Can I move this? Wohoo I can, okay. Doesn’t matter. So your main keyword is plumbers London, right?
Daryl Rosser: So what else do you want to target? And I don’t know this niche, but making this up on the spot, what else would you target? If your keyword is plumbers London, right? So obviously all the variations, everyone knows that. London plumbers, plumbing company, right? Plumbing blah blah, blah. Like super basic stuff. Of course, we’re going to target them. But what else guys? Well, how about 24 hours, right? Or 24/7 right, synonym, it’s the same thing, right? People want to find a plumber like this available anytime that day. Right? What else guys? Um, how about emergency repair or emergency plumber? Or just emergency, just the word emergency. Right? And you can go on and on and on. So many different variations, right? So you want to make sure you’re hitting all of these on that page. The other thing is what specific things are they going to search, right? Maybe they want to search for leaking pipes. I don’t know.
Daryl Rosser: You could probably rank that all on that same page okay because it’s not that different of a topic, okay. So that’s kind of the sort of thing you want to do and you want to do this by what I shared earlier. You go over to Ahrefs wherever it is, here, and you look through all the different ones you competitors are going after and you see, okay, thesharpcut.com is ranking, tablesawreviews.com, besttablesaws.com again. Best table saws, best portable table saw, best table saw for the money, right? And they’re ranking for all of these terms that you can actually specify URL specifically if we want to, but it doesn’t matter. They can see here, this URL is ranking for this term, this term, this term, this one, this one here, here, and just keep going. And most of them are actually the homepage, you can actually see all of these keywords, they’re ranking on the exact same page right, so you can actually just go out there and just look at what’s happening already and just copy what’s working alright. That’s the easiest way of ranking ever.
Daryl Rosser: Look at what’s working already and then copy them. Okay? You can see there’s a different page. You might want to create that page as well. Just copy that, but basically allows you to very quickly just look at what’s already working and just copy, okay? So guys, basically with OnPage it’s nothing crazy. Okay? So it’s really nothing crazy, just doing the same old stuff as always, but most people just don’t do it right. It’s insane how many people don’t optimize the H1’s properly or they have multiple H1’s and they aren’t using H2 tags and H3 tags and just stupid stuff like that. They’re not doing internal linking properly or anything like that. Okay? Um, that’s the super basic stuff that most people screw up. Okay? So make sure your standard OnPage practices, which is nothing crazy. Maybe I’ll put up an OnPage guide or something later, but just make sure that all the standard practices are set up correctly, just Google OnPage SEO guide, there’s a bazillion out there.
Daryl Rosser: It’s not the most complicated thing in the world to get your OnPage right, okay? So that’s what we’re doing as a very big important thing that most people just neglect these days. So it’s keyword research. Keyword research is still huge. Okay? Make sure you’re doing the keyword research right. There’s OnPage, and then obviously we’re still big focusing on backlinks. And the reason I left backlinks last is because like most of you guys already know the importance of backlinks, okay? Everyone knows in this community we’re a heavily backlink focused community. Okay? We were talking about PBNs, outreach links and anything like that, right, but that’s very important. Sure. But when we’re so focused on that, we often forget about keyword research which is the most important part of all. And OnPage SEO which is heavily neglected. Okay? So backlinks are probably the most important ranking factor. You could kind of argue that, but that is kind of a dumb point because OnPage SEO is required to rank okay.
Daryl Rosser: You can have the best backlinks in the world, but if you don’t have your OnPage set up properly, you’re not going to rank which is what a lot of people are experiencing today. They’re going out there building these backlinks and they’re getting these super strong PBNs and guest posts and whatnot, but then they’re not ranking because they’re OnPage is shitty in there and they’re like “Why am I stuck on the second page?” Because you’re OnPage sucks, okay? So make sure you get that nailed. So as for backlinks, I’m still using PBNs. They still work extremely well. I don’t know why people question it. Um, they are, you just got to set them up right, okay. So there’s a number of changes that happened to PBNs, but basically, if you set them up right you get traffic on your PBNs and you use high-quality domains like auction domains. You’re good to go. And I’ll do another video on that later if you guys are interested. Actually, I already did another video so I’ll link that up if yo you want to watch it.
Daryl Rosser: But basically traffic on your PBNs, high-quality domains, set them up properly. Good to go. Okay? So PBNs still work like crazy. Make sure, well you don’t have to use them, you can also use outreach links if you want, but it’s much more difficult. The benefit of PBNs as always is power. Power and control. Okay? So you can’t get that level of control or power or maybe you can get a level of power out of guest post if you get really good one, but for the most part, you can’t get a power of like a homepage link from another site. Okay? So there’s a homepage link for our PBN for a very powerful domain and you have the control of what date, what time that link goes online, what anchor texts it uses, what pages it links to, everything about it. It’s just full-on control. So that’s the biggest benefit of all. So I’m still using PBNs… But here is an update for you guys. I have realized that maybe 100% PBNs isn’t the best strategy anymore. Okay. So I am a PBN guy through and through. I’ve been doing PBNs since 2013 and I absolutely love them and I’ve been just building them for years. So I’ve kind of got these assets that are there ready to use. Right? So I love PBNs as everyone probably knows, but kind of realize that I need to diversify a little bit. Okay. So I’ll just put DB, diversify your backlinks. So what does that mean? That means actually going out there and getting some guest posts or some niche edits or whatever you want right. You’re just going out there and paying someone as a service or you’re doing some outreach and we have a guy doing outreach for us now.
Daryl Rosser: And you go out there and get some links from guests posts or sponsored posts, even sponsored posts is fine. Just pay someone $30, whatever to give you a link. Okay? So these are not for power. Okay? PBNs are the power. PBNs are the control. It gives us control over our anchor text and anything like that, it gives us the power. These are just for diversification. Okay? So as I explained that years and years ago, this shit is all power. This is like a safety net, okay? So guest post and everything as a safety net. And then you also throw in obviously the basics like social profiles, citations and whatnot, but that’s the safety net, PBNs are the power. Nice and simple, the rankings come from the PBNs, everything else just as a safety net. It’s just about diversification. Okay? So that’s the dumb and simple version because frankly, that’s all you need to know. People over-complicate the crap out of this stuff, get some PBNs to rank you as the power, get some guest posts and what not to diversify your link profile a little bit.
Daryl Rosser: Okay? That’s how it works. Now, before we move on to my final point, um, another thing to mention as well with diversification is that PBNs are all homepage to homepage. Okay? Which is kind of a footprint, it is a footprint. Okay? If every single one of your link is from the homepage from one site to the homepage of another site, that is a footprint. So make sure you’re using guest posts and other links that basically mix it up. Okay, so safety net, power. Nice and simple. You power from PBNs, you get your safety net from guests posts and outreach links and social profiles and citations and all that sort of stuff. Okay. So the final point guys, and this has been my big thing for PBNs as well as the big change for PBNs. This is the only real change, to be honest, is traffic. Okay? So yeah, you need a few guests posts and anything like that. You need to diversify so it’s not all homepage to homepage links.
Daryl Rosser: But the big change guys, and it’s nothing crazy, is you need traffic to rank. Okay? So if you’re building up your site and your spamming tons of links and social signals and everything like that and that’s another thing, social signals. You need social signals to diversify, but just by having all this stuff and you don’t have any traffic on your site, you’re not going to rank today. Okay? It’s not gonna work as well as it used to, um, based on those strategies. Okay? So the one big differentiator, the one thing you need to make sure you get on your site is traffic. And there are a few different ways of doing this. So I’m doing AdWords on my sites now. Okay. So I do this because I’m doing PPL anyway. So it makes sense to do AdWords because it can make more money out of that, but it also gives me traffic on my sites.
Daryl Rosser: Right. So we do AdWords, but also you can do anything else, right. So you can do communities. So if you go into communities or forums, or anything like that, you go into Q&A sites, you’re going to Quora, I hope I’m saying that right, or Facebook groups and anything like that or dedicated forums right, you go out there and post something. You share a link in your signature, you share a link to your site, right? You don’t need much traffic, but just getting that little trick or traffic from those sources is a great way of just having some traffic on your site and it’s going to make it much easier to rank and kind of avoid the sandbox and all that sort of crap. Right? So I’m not going to spend too much on that in this video, but make sure you’re getting traffic on your site.
Daryl Rosser: Even if you have to run something like Facebook ads, just make sure you get some traffic on your site because it’ll make your links and everything so much more effective. It is a very bad sign if you’re getting all these powerful links and there’s no traffic on your site, okay? So make sure you go out there and get some traffic on your site and you could do that by any different means. Another one obviously is CC, create content. Who knew as a grey hat, black hat, SEOs, whatever you wanna call yourself. Who knew that actually creating good content can actually help, right guys? Because you create good content, you get traffic, you get social shares, and then obviously you can actually even get some natural links. But if nothing else, it justifies why we have all these links. Okay, so actually create some good content.
Daryl Rosser: It’s not exactly a bad thing to do. It’s going to make you more money. So that’s why I kind of call myself like more of a hybrid these days. I’m not really like “All in black hat”, I’m not gonna rank some shitty sites. I’m going to actually create epic sites and then they’re going to actually get some traffic on them by running AdWords and stuff. And then I’m going to build PBNs and guest posts and all these different links. I just use PBNs as a way of controlling my anchor texts, controlling my backlink profile and the velocity that I’m building the links at and everything like that. And then everything else is just a safety net, okay. PBNs rank me. Obviously, great content, great OnPage ranks me too. That’s equally important to be honest. And then just get your keyword research nailed, you do your OnPage, you got your PBNs to rank you, you got your diversification, your safety net, you got some traffic in there and you’re gonna rank. Okay?
Daryl Rosser: So if you want to learn more about this, I have my Ranking Blueprint training, I expand on this in Scientific Rankings. Um, but honestly the big thing for me is I don’t give a shit about ranking for these mega competitive keywords so I can brag on the Internet and show everyone how amazing I am. Okay? So the reason this is so simple is because I deliberately go for super easy keywords, okay? I’m ranking mostly local SEO. I do a little bit of national SEO and I rank some other terms as well, of course, but I’m mostly doing local SEO. So when I’m saying like, “Hey, here’s how to rank today”, do some keyword research, do some decent OnPage of course, get some basic backlinks like guest posting, niche edits and sponsored posts and obviously PBNs for the power and control and then just get some traffic on your site and it’s really that freaking simple, that’s because it’s that simple because even on a bigger level, it’s just more money and better links and anything like that and better OnPage, but it’s basically all it is and I’m personally going out there and rank for super easy keywords like local stuff, like “plumbers in London” as the example. I’m not ranking for that one, but that’s sort of example is just local terms, even less competitive as well like “plumbers in Highgate”, plumbers in, I don’t know, Westminster, whatever. I’m gonna rank in these super low competition terms and using like almost no links sometimes and making a dollar, $2, $3, $4 per visitor to my site. Okay. Because you don’t need to go out there and rank for these mega competitive terms. I’m in this for the business aspect. Don’t get me wrong. I love SEO, but I’m in this to make some money out of it, right? So that’s kind of how it works in a nice and simple version. So that’s pretty much what I’m doing guys. I hope this video helped you.
Daryl Rosser: Make sure you’re doing traffic on your site these days. Make sure you’re getting traffic, run ads if you have to, make sure you’re doing some type of diversified links like guest posts or niche edits or sponsored posts. Don’t do a 100% percent PBNs because homepage to homepage links are a footprint, but that’s pretty much all I’ve got for you today. I can expand on any of these strategies if you guys want to know about anything specifically about how to do guest posts, how to get traffic on your sites, how to do PBN changes, actually, I put a link to a video on that. But I basically just wanted to summarize kind of the changes that I’ve noticed in the space in a nice dumb, simple way because that’s how I like to learn things because I’m not exactly the most, um, super-intelligent nerdy SEO guy out there, but hopefully this helps you guys out and honestly, guys, the biggest takeaway should be not only traffic and guest posts and stuff, but keyword research, focus on the keyword research and nail that shit because that’s how you’re going to make money.
Daryl Rosser: Okay? And for me, as a matter of ranking for the easiest keywords, I can possibly go after because I’m not the greatest SEO in the world, but I know how to rank for keywords, I know how to monetize them extremely well and make pretty good money. So that’s what I’m doing. I hope this helps you guys out. If you want to see more about how I’m doing this and making like one, two, three, $4 per person that visits my site, that’s all about the keyword research. Okay? And I teach these strategies inside my Scientific Rankings membership, so I’m going to include a link to join the waiting list. It is closed, we only open a few times a year, but I’ll include a link to join the waiting list and get notified when we next open up and you can learn more about how I’m actually doing this stuff and how you can actually rank super, super easy by going after the low competition keywords and just doing it the lazy way really. I like it, a lazy low-hanging fruit strategy for ranking sites and making money. Okay, so hope you guys got some value out of this video and I’ll see you in the next one.