Craig Campbell SEO Gets Six-Figure Youtube Channel Sponsor

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10/13/2020, Glasgow // KISSPR //

October 13, 2020 – Glasgow, Scotland: Craig Campbell, the Glaswegian SEO expert, and content creator has officially signed a six-figure sponsorship deal with ODYS Global for Campbell’s YouTube channel. 

Campbell has spent the last 2 decades in the digital marketing industry and now specializes in link building, online reputation management, and PPC management. The sought-after SEO consultant has been posting videos to his YouTube channel, Craig Campbell SEO, since 2017. At the beginning of quarantine, Campbell offered his viewers a free, in-depth digital marketing course on his channel, which exploded in popularity. Just 6 months later, he had amassed more than 45,000 followers.

Campbell is excited about the sponsorship with ODYS, an internet marketing company that sells premium domains. The company, whose name stands for “Our Domains, Your SEO,” nurtures premium domains with SEO best practices for clients who want to start ranking on Google right away. They offer their clients older domains (which Google prefers) with thousands of prior backlinks in niche industries, including affiliate marketing. They also provide templated sites that are proven to convert. The partnership between ODYS and Campbell officially brings together two powerhouses in the SEO industry.

Campbell sees the sponsorship deal with ODYS as a result of his relentless dedication to and passion for digital marketing. By producing massive amounts of video content over the past three years–not to mention his regular blog posts, podcast episodes, and social media profiles–Campbell has provided endless value to his viewers. According to the digital marketing expert, that’s the key to SEO success. Campbell says he has spent “the last 18 years continually investing in my own development…I aim to keep ahead

Groove Funnels SEO Sales Funnel Builder Business Ecommerce Software Launched

Software and marketing solution provider HM Optimisation announces the launch of GrooveFunnels, an integrated online business suite that includes 20 e-commerce apps.

HM Optimisation, a software solution and digital marketing provider based in Europe, announces that it will begin offering the new GrooveFunnels all-in-one business software package. The platform is an integrated suite of 20 e-commerce apps and utilises a centralised customer support team.

More information about GrooveFunnels is available via https://groovepages.groovesell.com/a/q39MqnolE4tU

The firm offers GrooveFunnels as a cost-efficient platform that provides companies with the complete tools to power an online business. HM Optimisation notes that with a unified platform, customer representatives can provide support for all the apps, saving business owners time and effort.

GrooveFunnels is ideal for businesses that are currently “duct-taping” several e-commerce solutions and want a streamlined alternative. HM Optimisation adds that this package is especially helpful for the niches it serves, including small business, medical practices, and service contractors.

Interested parties may subscribe to GrooveFunnels by paying a one-time fee, which gives them lifetime access to all the apps. They may also take advantage of the free basic plan, which offers access to all the apps but with limited functionality.

The Platinum version includes tools for website design, sales funnel creation, email marketing integration, e-commerce shopping carts, and payment gateways, among others. It also offers integrated web hosting, as well as unlimited storage for videos and live streams.

GrooveFunnels features a built-in affiliate marketing program that enables users to earn residual income through product referrals. Customer engagement tools such as a survey platform and a CRM system are also included in the plan.

HM Optimisation says that getting an all-in-one system instead of subscribing to services on a piecemeal basis can yield significant savings. GrooveFunnels offers a 30-day, money-back guarantee with all Platinum subscriptions.

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Buzzsprout Launches Transcript Distribution Toolset to Improve Podcast Accessibility And SEO

The innovative podcast hosting platform released a full podcast transcription workflow, enabling podcasters to boost organic discovery and improving the accessibility of podcasts to the hearing impaired

Today, Buzzsprout, one of the world’s largest podcast hosting platforms, announced the launch of a new feature set that allows podcasters to easily distribute their own episode transcripts to listeners.

This toolset is a huge step forward in improving the accessibility of podcasts for the hearing impaired, as well as enhancing the end listener’s experience by allowing them to read along while listening. Additionally, transcription is critical to search engine optimization (SEO) and can boost podcasters’ ability to get discovered and grow their audiences.

“We love podcasts and are in a good position to provide solutions to some of the growing pains this industry is facing,” said Kevin Finn, Co-Founder of Buzzsprout. “Discoverability and accessibility are at the top of our list. It’s been encouraging to see app developers share our enthusiasm for this solution.”

Podcast Addict, a very popular podcast listening app on Android, is the first to integrate Buzzsprout’s new transcript distribution toolset into its app, providing its listeners with synchronized captions and a way to view the entire transcript from within the app. Buzzsprout is working closely with others in the industry and expects to announce additional integrations in the coming weeks and months.

“I’m thrilled to bring transcripts to Podcast Addict listeners. A big thanks to Buzzsprout for adding this in their feeds and for providing the implementation specs. This will benefit both listeners and podcasters,” said Xavier Guillemane, Developer of Podcasts Addict. “When people see this, they are going to want it available everywhere.”

The launch of this transcription toolset is a culmination of years of work. Buzzsprout is currently distributing over 46,000 transcripts with hundreds more published

10 Tips For Using PR To Improve Your Google SEO

The PR Maven(R), CEO & Founder, Marshall Communications, creating & implementing marketing/PR/personal branding strategies.

In today’s digital world, Google Search is pretty much everything. Google processes an average of over 3.5 billion searches per day and 1.2 trillion searches annually. That comes out to more than 40,000 queries every second.

And it’s not just searches for “cooking recipes” or “how to change a tire” that make Google the world’s most dominant search engine: Google Search is also home to “top stories,” user-specific advertisements and much more. It is essentially a one-stop shop for everything.

With that in mind, brands need to make their Google SEO — that is, where they appear in search results — a top priority. Whether you’re promoting a personal brand or an organizational brand, there are ways you can create and post content online that will make your brand show up with more authority and credibility for searchers.

With hundreds of millions of consumers using Google Search, first-, second- and third-page search results are prime real estate. The higher you rank, the more visible you will be in the global marketplace, and the more clients and customers you may attract.

While Google ads can get brands noticed, the most creative business leaders can also leverage public relations to boost their SEO. In fact, earned media (i.e., news coverage generated via media outreach) often registers as a first-page search result, since it comes from a credible third party.

Many people never think about PR as a powerful tool for SEO, but it has become just that. PR is a profession as old as P.T. Barnum announcing that his circus was coming to town, while SEO has only been around for a decade or two, but I’ve found that today’s PR is surprisingly one of the best

How Agencies Can Build Trust

Step 1: Get to Know Each Other & Clarify Expectations

Part of building a good working relationship from the start has to do with clarifying expectations. Getting the internal and external teams together is a first step in creating a context where both the agency and the client can ask their questions and obtain alignment.

You probably have quite a lot of information from the sales process, but this is a great moment to review the client profile and add new data to it.

So think about a kick-off call with everyone involved – the client representatives, the account representative, maybe the Head of Client Service, the agency CEO, the SEO strategist, content writer, etc.

Decide on the roles based on their direct involvement with the audit, strategy, and the following SEO campaign and its specific.

Large meetings can sometimes mean that not everyone gets to have their voices heard, so the account manager should assume the role of the host and introduce each participant.

In an online-only setting, you could use break-out rooms, Zoom’s group feature, to foster even more direct contact. Also, you can use a camera-on policy to gather as much nonverbal input as possible and better facilitate the meeting.

This meeting is all about setting the project environment. Go ahead and clarify basic questions like:

  • What are the expectations around communication (channels, frequency, reports, etc.)?
  • When can I see the first results?
  • What are the business challenges at the moment?
  • Who do I ask for help and input (on both sides)?
  • What other information do we need to better understand the business context?

Both teams will probably have questions regarding the onboarding/working process – apart from the ones in the discovery questionnaire – and regarding the project per se.

Regarding the latter, make sure that the