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0:05 Now if you take care of your customers, you do what's best for them, eventually not only are they going to keep coming back and buying again from you, but they're going to tell other people about it. It's funny, everyone these days is trying to optimize to rank higher on Google, to be popular on Facebook, to be popular on Instagram because that's how they believe they're going to grow their business.
0:30 Sure, those things do help. But, the real core reason companies become big is because they solve problems and they do it better than anyone else. If you create an amazing product or service, like look at Slack, for example. People love it. They weren't the first into space, but they're a more usable product. They didn't do much marketing, and it just started growing. If you look at the marketing that they started doing when they raised the money, they were doing television ads with all these animals in their tv commercials.
1:00 No one understood what Slack was based on that tv commercial. But, you know what, they're still a multi-mil billion, not even a million, they're a multi-billion dollar company, and it's because they create an amazing product. And when you create an amazing product or service, that generates more Word of Mouth Marketing, which is the best form out there. If you think about shoes, running shoes, what brand are you going to buy? It's probably Nike because everyone talks about Nike. They know it's amazing. Same with credit cards. You're going to either pick Visa, Master Card, American Express because everyone talks about them.
1:30 Their brand is everywhere. People have had amazing customer experiences with some of these brands. And whatever you look at when it comes to a product or service that you admire, or even a company, like Amazon. A lot of these companies are growing not because of their marketing efforts. They're growing because of Word of Mouth Marketing. And that's not created by being popular on Instagram or being popular on Facebook. That's truly built by providing an amazing product or service, caring for your customers, being the best out there.
2:15 Look at Zappos. Zappos moved their company from Silicon Valley to Vegas, because they needed a more affordable way to do support. They were able to do that in Las Vegas. And their big belief was to provide the best service out there. So when you would call Zappos, and you'd make an order, in many cases even though you paid for ground shipping, they would just randomly give you overnight shipping on your shoes for free. Why? Because they cared about you. They want to give you such an amazing experience that you would tell your friends about them. And that's what caused them to get bought out and being worth now, these days, well over a billion dollars.
These giant brands didn't instantly get to word-of-mouth, they spent decades building trust among the audience along with a strong relationship.
Earning your audience's trust is very important and it can greatly benefit your business and brand.
Neil Patel, sou brasileiro e tenho um desafio a lhe fazer. Mostre na prática como as suas dicas podem ajudar os sites em qualquer lugar do mundo, ajude um site a subir (claro que gostaria que escolhesse o meu rsrs). Fico pensando se as dicas de SEO também funcionam da mesma forma no Brasil, pra mim infelizmente ainda não funcionou
Hello Neil i have been following your channel for a while now. I have a question, regarding your ubersuggest tool, is there a script i can use to embed the search bar on my blog? Also regarding your new ubersuggest tool, can you do a video how to read and research the metrics on the results? For example it showed a keyword i put in as easy but i do not know how to read it an how to take action. You should do a video on that please.
Hey Neil, I commented this last video maybe you missed it. I’m looking to market my book, both physical and ebook. Can you go over best ways to market it and get sales? Budget is low so I can afford crazy advertising.
Do you have a customer list? Send out an email asking them to share a review, positive or negative on social media. No customers? Spend your marketing budget on promoting a targeted Facebook ad campaign offering access to half the book when they sign up to your newsletter.The same day send out a discount code to buy your full book.
Woah, dude, you're always inspiring me!
Hay neil I am writing an article and tell me how much percentage dofollow and no follow link should be in that artical. How much percentage is Keyword repeat. And some seo tip by which I rank please reply to seo neil sir
Neil - you mentioned in your internarional ranking video that putting each langauge on its own sub domain is better than putting different languages in sub folders.
How is this true because i thought each new subdomain is treated by google like a new website which would have to be powered up by links separetly to other subdomains? Thanks
Because it is better for organic search in the reason, even if starting fresh. While you do get some authority from the original site when using sub-folders, it’s very little that actually transfers. If I could do it over, I’d use sub-domains.
Just be honest in what you do and be truthful. Don't be rival, be amazing on what you do. That's all it takes to be on the top of your game !
I remember this, my father used to say a lot in different ways..
Hey Neil, I know this would be off topic, but Please, cover your entire story, from the amusement park job (or before that, from where you started) to where you are now, on this week's QnA Thursday, please, it's my birthday wish. (My birthday is on this Thursday. :-) Thanks for wishing in advance!
I get sudden decline in my organic traffic.
I know there are so many things which you have to look it like index staus, link quality, anchor text, server, content etc.
But than also I can't able to fix this. Is you can suggest me from your end.
The problem is not that Facebook and Google are the only advertising platforms. The problem is that they are considered mainstream media and without these two, the trend of cryptocurrencies gaining legitimacy is delayed. That is right, I said delayed not blocked or prevented.
The World Has Changed.
Five years ago, when bitcoin was unknown to most people, this might have been a fatal move. Today is a different story. I recently traveled to a remote mountain town in the interior of Mexico. Everyone I met had heard about Bitcoin and eyes lit up with excitement when I ask if I could pay for lunch with bitcoin.
Today are dozens of websites dedicated to cryptocurrencies, either holding them, exchanging them or just writing about them. Probably the most effective advertising remains on Google, it is called Google Search and it is free.
If someone wants to learn about owning bitcoin or any other currency, there is a ton of educational information.
The Flipside Is Being Ignored.
Not All Regulation Is Inherently Bad.
If we examine the full spectrum of regulation to this point on a global scale there is one common target most everywhere. That is the practice of exchanges. So far there has been little or not regulation, threatened or enacted, to protect investors from loss of funds due to security breaches.
Capitulation Is A Good Sign.