SEO Webinar Replay

Here’s the replay from last night’s webinar. We covered a lot of stuff, and there was a lot of good questions.

If you want a spot on the private webinar next week, there are still some spots available- watch til the end to see how to reserve your spot.

 Things that were mentioned in the webinar:

Bring the Fresh– this is where, in my opinion, the most cutting edge discussions are happening on SEO about what’s actually working right now…

Unique Article Wizard– this won’t make or break your website’s success, but it sure speeds it up

Hostgator– cheapest + most flexible hosting, and they won’t kick you off when you start to get traffic

iContact– easiest autoresponder service to get up and running with, and the lowest starting price (read about my iContact bonus here)

Profits Theme– the theme I use on all of my sites

Market Samurai– still my #1 keyword tool, and let’s you do those tricks I showed you in the webinar to spy on your competition

 

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23 Comments

  • Joe

    Reply Reply April 6, 2012

    I missed it the first time round. Any chance of a download link?

    Cheers.

    • Nate

      Reply Reply April 6, 2012

      Just click on the Vimeo logo and I think you can download the file.

  • John

    Reply Reply April 6, 2012

    hey Nate…I thought you recently changed your favorite KW research tool from MS to LTPro. Did you switch back? If so, why?

    • Nate

      Reply Reply April 6, 2012

      Well, after using both for awhile, nothing beats the speed of Market Samurai, and the SEO competition function is the most informative part. That doesn’t mean you can’t get the job done with Longtail Pro… I still use it as well.

  • Lisa Web

    Reply Reply April 6, 2012

    Gee, this is a good webinar. Thank you for sending the link, much appreciated. 🙂

    • Nate

      Reply Reply April 6, 2012

      You’re welcome Lisa- glad you liked it.

  • Neill

    Reply Reply April 6, 2012

    Nate – I’m here on the webinar replay page but I don’t see any links to the webinar replay ??????

    • Nate

      Reply Reply April 6, 2012

      It’s a Vimeo video that’s embedded at the top of this post… is it not showing for you?

      • Neill

        Reply Reply April 6, 2012

        Strange – It was just a blank white area but I clicked in the middle of it and the video showed up. So it looks like I’m in business. Computers can be very weird at times.

        • Nate

          Reply Reply April 6, 2012

          Cool- glad it’s working.

  • Mary Chicoine

    Reply Reply April 8, 2012

    Nate – thanks for the replay; I had missed last 15 minutes.

    I have one question which you partly answered in seminar.
    It’s regarding “buffer” pages. In the replay you mentioned
    article directories for that function. In the bonus video
    you mentioned having a “blog” as a buffer. If you have
    a blog as a buffer I assume you use a similar theme as a title and get it indexed and then use it as a buffer for backlinking.

    Most IMers also mention having a blog as well. I think what has been confusing to me and still is confusing is the use
    of both “blog” and “website” interchangeably.

    Is your website the place you are making your authority
    site and your “blog” your buffer site for backlinking stuff
    for your authority website. Also, how important is the buffer “blog” in terms of what material is on it.

    Hope this isn’t too confusing.

    Best regards, Mary C.

    • Nate

      Reply Reply April 8, 2012

      No problem Mary-

      As far as a blog or website- those terms can be used interchangeably. When I referred to using a blog as a buffer, I mean a free blog such as a WordPress.com blog or a Blogger blog. Those accomplish the same thing as an article in a directory though, it doesn’t really matter how you do it.

  • Bob

    Reply Reply April 14, 2012

    Nate

    I know you say to go very lightly on UAW on new pages on new domains (and i know you are recommending NOT using UAW right back to the money site.) But you also say that the buffer pages you set up on the directory sites can handle a lot of links. If that’s the case why not use UAW full throttle against the buffer pages?

    thanks

    Bob

  • Bob

    Reply Reply April 15, 2012

    A question and some ideas.

    1) Do you suggest building buffer back-linking pages just for the informational articles or for the review pages also?

    For what they are worth here are some “advanced” seo ideas I had to use in conjunction with your sixty minute a day plan.

    First let me say I agree you that 80%+ of the time and money committed to this plan should be spend adding quality content to the site.

    1) You know UAW provides a free wp plug in for placing the articles people post to it to your blog. It occurs to me this might be useful to use on a blogger/ wp.org blog created to be a buffer site. Not to be used on your money site of course.

    2) I wonder if it might be worth using article marketing robot or another tool to syndicate out articles to a bunch of directories. Not so much for the back-links but as another net for the long tail traffic you would inevitably get. Probably not worth it to do it manually but maybe so if automated. Here is good list of article directories. http://www.vretoolbar.com/articles/directories.php

    Bob

    • Nate

      Reply Reply April 15, 2012

      Bob- Yeah that’s a good idea about the buffer blog and UAW’s plugin. And you could definitely use AMR in conjunction with UAW to build backlinks to your buffer pages.

      Thanks for the tips.

      • Bob

        Reply Reply April 15, 2012

        Thanks for the reply. Sorry to bug you man but the question I most wanted a comment on was: Do you also submit the review posts to article directories in addition to informational posts?

        thanks

        Bob

        • Nate

          Reply Reply April 15, 2012

          Oh- sorry I missed that. I don’t submit the review posts… just the informational ones.

  • bobby

    Reply Reply April 17, 2012

    hi nate, wasn’t sure how old this post was. is the private webinar offer (with receipt) still available, or is that already over?

    • Nate

      Reply Reply April 17, 2012

      Bobby- Yeah that was last week. If you have purchased something through one of my links I can get you the replay- it turned out very well and I covered the 3 methods that are the most effective for someone new to start on.

  • Matt

    Reply Reply April 17, 2012

    Fantastic webinar, Nate. Thanks for posting it.

    Where do you discuss buffer pages? You refer to a video about it in this video…is that still accessible?

    • Nate

      Reply Reply April 18, 2012

      You’re welcome Matt- glad you liked it.

      I’m pretty sure the video you’re referring to is in the 60 Minutes course…

  • Bob

    Reply Reply April 19, 2012

    Hey Nate

    I have notice in my reading that a number of people recommend making affiliate links “no follow”. Do yo have any opinion on this?

    Thanks

    Bob

    • Nate

      Reply Reply April 21, 2012

      Yeah I set all mine to nofollow as well. It’s easy to do with Pretty Links- you just tick the box to make it a nofollow link.

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