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  • Ben Capelo 2 years ago

    Great info thank you!

  • Abbi Gabasa 2 years ago

    This was the longest of the many SEO tutorials I tried to watch on youtube,
    and it was the first I managed to stick with to the end. Great tutorial.
    Comprehensive and works for beginners like me. Amazing job! 

  • Smile Click Give 2 years ago

    So I am Not a SEO by any stretch of the imagination and I never leave
    comments on Youtube. This is actually my first. But you are awesome . I
    have been tempted so many times to do “Link SEO” for my new business but
    always “chickened out” feeling this is not right. I’ve been thinking about
    outreach programs and content strategy but as you mentioned brainstorming
    is HARD !

    Also this outreach thing really confuses me because I have no clue how to
    approach people but that is another topic all by itself ….

    Anyways bravo and thank you ! I wish more people would be like you
    outthere. The info you provide is simple logical and simple to understand.
    In other words your info “feels right”

    Great Job !

  • tedfaun 2 years ago

    Great tutorial. Very comprehensive. Thank you! One question I did have is
    in regards to attaining ‘Topical Refs’ and ‘Expert shares’ etc. Is this in
    the aim of making your website standout in general or does this only work
    for the specific thing within your site that outside sources are
    referencing or sharing? So for example if you’re an online furniture store
    which sells sofas and beds but people only keep referencing and sharing
    your beds page/s, will the sofas pages and the website in general benefit
    in the rankings from these or just the beds? And do the references of third
    parties which you cant control need to contain your targeted keywords to
    benefit you the most? 

  • Jen Ruhman 2 years ago

    The was the BEST SEO 2015 guide that I watched on youtube. You’re also fun
    to listen to. Great job as always! Keep up the great work! CHEERS!

  • Scott Rex 2 years ago

    The search engines have all become insider partners for major corporations.
    If you new to web design and/or your not in an Ivie league student, get
    out now. You have to pay to play. 

  • Clark Heintz 2 years ago

    Josh, you are awesome. This is the best, most informative SEO video I’ve
    seen in a long time!

  • Mr. Pape 2 years ago

    Very in depth explanation of SEO in 2015!!! Thank you for putting this
    information out and in a way someone new to SEO understands!! 

  • Ecigarette Reviewer 2 years ago

    Thanks for your input Boss.
    What plugin would you recommend to cloak links for WordPress? Is Pretty
    Link sufficient do you think? Thank you

  • Michael Nuccitelli, Psy.D. 2 years ago

    Excellent tutorial Mr. Bachynski and one of the best I’ve watched in the
    last year. I’m now gonna spend the rest of my Sunday learning from you at
    your Channel. Thank You. Doc Nuccitelli

  • Mary Maertin 2 years ago

    Great lesson! Thank you for posting it!

  • Lynn Cole 2 years ago

    Thank you for being real!

  • Nathan Daniels 2 years ago

    So basically spamming with citations (non-clickable links) doesn’t harm
    you, but clickable links from sites you don’t own/control can link to a
    site and give them a penalty? What’s to prevent competitors from doing
    negative-SEO? Hopefully Google is smarter than that and has a fix..

  • Felipe Restrepo 2 years ago

    Freaking amazing no fluff and to the point Josh, thank you.

    Let me know what you think about my offpage linkbuilding (I know it’s
    losing it’s value but I see still works):

    I’m building sub-niche specific web 2.0s properties without linking to my
    money sites at the beginning, just posting unique content (using senuke’s
    and GSA safe methods for my 2nd tier) and linking to authority sites while
    they age. Once they do I build links from the web 2.0 to my money sites
    with a diversified anchor links profile: branded (20%), generic (15%) and a
    wide variety of related search queries (65% built from keyword planner and
    google suggest) my main keyword gets targeted less than 5%.

    In your experience do you think this is a good way to build a solid linking
    I’m doing it because still see good results with web 2.0 like tumblr.

    Better not doing this thing at all? (I know you mentioned it at the end of
    the video)

    Appreciate your huge help!! repeat: freaking amazing video.

  • Petrina Hamm 2 years ago

    My head is spinning. 

  • Joe Blow 2 years ago

    Dude, let me give you a two second crash course on effective video
    presenting.. get yourself an external microphone. This sounds like it was
    recorded in 1998.

  • Maximus Christopher 2 years ago

    Awesome tutorial. I just sent you a mail sir.

  • Genesis John Regalado 2 years ago

    Go to the link and email this guy he will do your SEO and only charge after
    you get on first page https ://

  • James White 2 years ago

    Hey Josh Great Video. Easy to listen to and kept it interesting. Makes a
    change from some other seo tutorials on youtube

  • Whitney PC Repair 2 years ago

    Nice video. This is great info. After being out of seo for a couple years
    this was a much needed refresher.

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  • Jokestrap 2 years ago

    ABSOLUTELY AMAZING video! Thank you very much!!!

  • tedfaun 2 years ago

    oooooow i dont understand this EMQ stuff. Why is it bad? can the red apples
    example be explained further.

  • David Bozward 2 years ago

    Great Video, Thanks a lot.

  • Larry Moore 2 years ago

    Excellent course Josh. One thing that struck me. You mentioned that your
    “spammy” affiliate site jumped in rankings due to some organic social
    signals and that you did not purchase them. How did you get organic shares
    for a spammy affilate site? Not exactly content people want to share. The
    only thing I can think of is that you must have given something away in
    exchange for the shares, but that would no doubt depress the conversions
    for the purchase of the product, i.e. they would leave with the free
    product and not the paid one. So I’m a little baffled.