I'm going to show you today how I'm building up niche websites to promote digital products through Clickbank to make huge commissions. I'll even show you a real-life example of a website that I've built up for earning a commission. The guide and case study that I'm going to show you today incorporates a lot of the same techniques that I taught back in my older posts.
A lot of these still work, except I've added new extra elements to it. I'm going to show you how you can scale up a lot easier by outsourcing a lot of the work to other people and exactly how I'm doing it. I'm going to show you how you can start incorporating digital products into your promotions.
You can easily make 4 percent or 10 percent commission on every sale, and even, you can make 50% to 60% or even higher sometimes. I'll even be giving you a sneak peek into how I'm incorporating YouTube into a lot of my sites now to build up huge followings and drive sales directly from YouTube.
Clickbank Marketing Case Study:
Now the case study that I want you to take a look at will give you a proper idea of exactly how these stuff works are over at numerologysecrets.net. Now, this is a website I set up quite a while back, and I haven't even updated it in quite a long time.
I'm talking over a year; it's been a site that I've on the back burner, but it's continued to make me pass income to today. My most recent cheque, which was for the last few months of sales from this site, is for about five grand. Honestly, if this was my main site, I was working on at the moment, and I didn't have so much else on the go.
I'm sure I could get that up a lot higher, but that just goes to show you the power of passive income a lot of the time when you build up these sites. They get established, they get ranked, and they start to get autopilot traffic, that's when you start to make money hands-off.
You can then start to invest that money back into other websites or that website or whatever you can buy Bitcoin if you want so.
Well, first of all, numerology is something that people are searching for in Google a lot. You can see in a keyword tool that I'll get more into later in this tutorial that there are a lot of people searching for it. There's also a lot of people searching for other related keywords.
There's no shortage of people searching for information about this topic, and second, there's a lot of people buying stuff for. If you go over to clickbank.com, which is a popular affiliate network, you'll see one of the most highly converting offers right now is for numerology.
If you look at the Commission's on this, it's pretty damn good – 65 % for every sale now if you compare that to something like Amazon where you might only make 4 to 8 percent of the Commission that's a huge leap so with Amazon.
For example, if you were promoting a similarly priced product, then you might need 30 or 40 sales a day to make a hundred bucks a day. With something like this, you're getting the lion's share, and you only need two or three sales a day to make that same 100 dollars a day.
Now don't get me wrong, I still love physical products, there's a time and a place for physical products but this definite advantages to digital products too. Now, the third reason I've chosen this niche is that it's super low in competition when you look at niches like weight loss and diet.
Yes, there's a lot of money in it, but it's also incredibly competitive and incredibly saturated. You're going to have to be pretty damn good to be able to rent for some of those terms and to make money from them with something more random like this.
Though the competition is a lot lower and these are the kind of obscure niches that I love to go for. So, now I've seen the site, let's get down to the Nitty Gritty of how this stuff is done.
Step 1: Set Up a Website
So, step one is simply setting up your website. We need to register a domain name and get ourselves a hosting account. For example, the domain name on this site is numerologysecrets.net, and to get a domain name, we just head over to name to .com we type in the name that we want.
It'll tell us whether or not it's available; if it is available, then we can just add it to our cart. Proceed to the checkout and boom we now own that domain name. Typically I recommend something that's not too long, so two or three words is pretty good something without hyphens because it doesn't look very professional.
If you go for the dot-com, then we need to get ourselves a web hosting account, and if you don't have one, you can get cheap and reliable hosting over at Hostgator. You just want to click the get started button, and then you want to choose one of their plans.
I recommend the basic plan in the middle because it allows you to host as many websites on the one account as you want. Then just choose the domain name option and type in the domain name that you just registered with NameCheap.
Then, enter your information and your payment details. You can also use the coupon dirt-cheap host to get your first month of web hosting for just one cent once we've done that, we just need to go back to Namecheap to link our domain name to our hosting account.
So, we just go back to Namecheap, we go to our dashboard, click on domain list, and then click the manage button next to the domain, we just registered. Under name service, we need to choose the custom DNS option, and in these two boxes, we want to enter the name service that Hostgator will have sent you after you signed up.
If you look for an email from them, they should have a couple of lines that say name server 1 and name server 2. you Just copy the name server 1 address into the first box on Namecheap and then the name server 2 address into the second box or Namecheap.
Save your changes, and now your domain is linked to the hosting account. It might take a few minutes or a little while for it to register, but it will happen, and it will be connected.
Once that's done, we can go over to our Hostgator control panel, which you'll also find the details in the email, the Hostgator sent you after signing up. So, log into the hosting account with the username and password that they've given you.
From here, we can install WordPress with its quick install feature, so just choose the WordPress option into your site name and user name for your WordPress account. Then just hit the install button, and now you have a WordPress website all set up.
Now, it's pretty bare-bones at the moment, it's just got the default theme, but we can spruce that all up by logging into your WordPress control panel by going to yoursite.com/wp- admin and then type in the username and password that you created when you were installing your WordPress account.
From there, we can go over to the Appearance section, then themes, and then add a new theme. From here, you can search through hundreds of different free themes. Just find one that you like and hit the install and activate button and boom our site is now running well.
Now, you can also find a ton of other free themes to choose from by doing a quick google search for free WordPress themes. You can then just download them and upload them to your WordPress site. Free things are great, especially for beginners and people that are just getting started.
However, I do personally use paint things on all of my sites these days because generally, they do look a little bit slicker. Still, more importantly, the developers have an incentive to keep them updated. So, sometimes with the free themes, you might find that they work great, but then after a year or two, they start to get a bit glitchy when WordPress updates because the theme developers aren't updating that.
But with paid themes, they're generally not only better coded and better looking, but they're also always updated. So, you don't have too many problems with things breaking or anything like that. The thing you see on numerology secrets is called extra from a site called elegant things.
One of the things I like about these guys is, they offer a yearly subscription that allows you to use as many things as you want on as many different sites as you want. Instead of paying per theme, you can use their themes on all of your sites, and you'll still only pay the one yearly cost, which is about 100 bucks a year or so.
But if you're just getting started and you know testing the waters, by all means, feel free to use the free themes. I started with free themes, and there's no reason you can't build a profitable site using free themes. You've always got the option to switch to a premium theme down the track.
Each theme can be a little bit different from their options, but generally, they'll add a new section to your WordPress control panel, where you can customize all the different sections, whether it's colored. You can upload your logo, and you can do all that kind of cool stuff from there.
If you need help with a logo instead of making your own unless you're a really good graphic designer, I recommend just buying a pre-made logo. I buy most of my logos pre-made all of my niche sites, and we can find great logos over a graphic ribbon, you can find decent stuff pretty cheap over in the back dues section.
Or if you want stuff that's specifically designed to be a logo, you can go to the logo section there about 30 bucks each. But if you're really on a budget, you can usually find some pre-made logos that are free by looking for free vector sites free logo sites stuff like that.
If you have a good domain, a good theme, and a good logo, you're already halfway there to making your site look like an authority and trustworthy site. There are a ton of other options, and you can use it to customize a theme. If you picked a theme that already looks pretty good right outside of the box, you don't have to do a whole lot.
You can always play around with it, later on down the track I like to find a theme that I like the look of right from the get-go. So, I don't have to change a whole lot later on. Now, the other thing we're going to want to do when setting up a new WordPress site, go over to settings, general, and add a description in this section here.
We also want to go down to the permalinks section and choose the post name option. This will just make your URLs for each of your posts look a lot nicer. So, you can see each of my posts on numerology on numerologysecrets.net/, and then it's got the title of the post instead of random numbers.
This not only just looks better, but it's also good for optimizing your pages for the search engines.
Step 2: Do Keyword Research
So, once we've got our website set up, the next thing we want to do is to start researching some keywords. I've covered keyword research a bit in the past, and the fundamentals are still pretty much the same. But I'm using different tools to do it.
So, I'm just going to run you through the tools that I'm using to do my keyword research these days. For anyone completely new to this stuff, keywords just let you know what people are searching for in the search engines.
I'm optimizing my website for the main keyword, which is numerology, but every page targets a specific keyword that gets a lot of searches in the search engine, but that doesn't have that much competition. For example, this page right here is targeting stuff like the meaning of numerology of one month and stuff where people are searching to find out what the numerological meaning of the number one is.
A lot of people search for this kind of random obscure keywords, but there isn't a whole lot of competition for a lot of them. So, these are the kind of keywords that I love making sure that your site is targeting good keywords.
It is so important because the best kind of traffic source I still maintain to this day is search traffic, and to find these keywords, we just need to use a keyword tool. There's a bunch of different options out there, but the one I've been using lately is called kW finder, you simply type in your keyword idea and hit search.
It'll bring up roughly how many times that term gets searched for in Google each month, and then it'll also show you a bunch of related keywords that you'll be able to target as well. So, by typing numerology, I can see there are a couple of hundred-thousand people searching for this each month.
And, if I type in some of the keywords that are targeting on my pages, for example, the meaning of one-month one, you can see there's also a decent amount of searches, and they've also got quite low competition in the search engines.
There are hundreds of this kind of random keywords for this niche. People searching for different numbers, the meaning of this, the meaning of that, the list is endless. So, many people still don't do keyword research, but it is important to get the hang of this.
If you want to get your site's ranking for the good stuff, do some keyword research first because everyday people are searching for this stuff on Google, and then every day, people will come to your site. And, every day, people will wind up buying stuff.
Try to find keywords that are that perfect middle ground between having a good amount of searches. You know you want a few thousand keywords, and you want it also to be something that you can tie to a product. For example, these I can tie to the numerology product, they're all hyper related and something that's also relatively low competition in the search engines.
Generally, at this point, when I'm doing keyword research for a brand new site, I'd start to compile a list of keywords that I want to target, and each of these keywords I'd make a separate page for.
If you go to my numerology site, you'll see that a lot of these keywords do have a page for them, for example, with the meaning of one more month keywords, you can see I've got a page right here that targets these exact keywords. You can also see, I've got one for one one one one, I've got one four three three three I've got one for ten.
The basic point is and not just randomly making pages about any old topics. I'm specifically making pages based on what people are searching for. If you create a free account on kW finder, you'll be able to do five free searches a day, but you will need to upgrade to a premium plan if you want to do more, but it is very beneficial if you want to get good at keyword research.
Step 3: Create Quality Content
The next step is creating content so now, that we've got our keywords all sorted out, it's time to crank out some content to target those keywords. To post your content out, you just need to go to your WordPress control panel and then go to the posts section, click add new, and then you can add a title and text.
After this, hit publish, and it'll post now. When it comes to content creation, you've got two main options, and the first is you can write all of the content yourself, this is great if you're just getting started or on a budget or if you know that niche so well that you can create really good content from it by writing it yourself.
The second option though is to outsource it, and this is good for those that are sort of looking to scale up looking to pump out more content, and often you find once you get more than one site on the go or you have a rather big site where you're trying to push out content.
Often, you might want to look into outsourcing; when I first started, I wrote every word of content on every site I built myself, but these days a lot of my sites I am outsourcing just because it's faster. It allows me to focus on the bigger picture.
You know, do some of the other stuff like getting into ranking Google and promoting on social networks and all that kind of stuff. If you're looking to outsource it, there are a lot of different ways that you can go one of the ways that I see a lot of people go is, they'll go over to Fiverr or they'll just go to a site where they're offering sort of outrageously cheap articles.
But the problem is a lot of the time the content that you get from these sites isn't that great. If the prices seem too good, to be honest, a lot of the time the content, you'll get will be broken English. It won't make sense, and it'll be quite obvious that it's a cheap article.
I have seen a lot of people who have some success by going to some of the freelancing sites out there like freelancers where you can find people that are either skilled writers or also skilled in your particular niche.
One of the problems, when you're trying to do it through freelancer sites, takes a lot of the time, and it can be quite difficult. If you've got a lot of content that you want to be created, then you might have to find multiple writers to keep up with the demand.
Then you have to vet them and check that they're good. One of the writers will stop writing, and then you have to find a new one. For a lot of the sites that I have been building, I've been using a site called word agents; these guys are a middleman between you and content writers.
Every single word on this numerology site was written by writers that I found from word agents, and there are a few reasons that I do like these guys. The first is that they understand search engine optimization, so they understand the need to place the keywords that you're trying to rank for in an article without going.
So, over the top that it looks spammy and also still making the article look natural a lot of the time. It's really hard to find writers that are also good at writing and understand SEO. That's one of the things that I do like about these guys.
In fact, for many of these articles, I've just sent them the keyword that I want to rank for. So, I might have sent them numerology 10/10, and then they've figured it out, and they've written a whole article and done all the research.
I've got it back that says a hell of a lot of time. The second is that it is very reasonably priced, it won't cost you a fortune to get some of these articles. The third reason that I like these guys too is, they can do volume I don't just send them one article at a time, I've set them lists of 50 different articles that I want to be written up.
Often that's just a list of 50 different keywords I send it to them, and then they send me back a list of 50 articles. This makes the whole process easy because I can just set up my site, I can do my keyword research, I can send my keywords over the word agents and boom.
I get my articles back; if you do need outsourcing to go over to them, send them a message, and they'll give you a quote. However, whether you outsource it or you do it yourself, there are a few things that you want to know to make sure that your posts are optimized for both the search engines and your actual visitors.
The first thing is, make sure that the keyword you're targeting on each article is sprinkled throughout the articles. So, I'm talking about including it in the title and as well in several places throughout the text. Now, don't go too crazy with this, you don't want to make every second word your keyword, but a few times is enough.
You can also throw in some variations, so, you know I might write numerology of one one one, I might write the meaning of one one one, you don't need to get too anal about that. Exactly how many times to throw it in or where or what just make sure it's in the title and a few places within your content.
The whole reason for this is because Google will scan over each of your articles to figure out what they're about and what they should be ranking for. So, you must have your keywords in each of your articles.
So, when Google sees that this article has the meaning of one one one in the title and the description. Everything like that it knows that this article is about that keyword and should rank for the meaning of one one one. The next important thing is formatting, so you want your post to look good and readable.
The last thing you want is some butt-ugly wall of text that's just going to make people click back instantly. Good formatting just means making sure that you've got paragraphs in your text that you're breaking it up with headlines.
And that you've got images as well, always remember that a lot of people will scan your content, they're not going to read the whole article. So, it is important to have eye-catching headlines that bring people's attention back into the content.
Tell people what that next paragraph is about if you're looking for royalty-free images that you can use on your site without having to link back or anything like then I also recommend checking out pixabay.com. They've got a great collection of high-quality free images that you can use in all of your posts.
You'll also be able to add a featured image over here that will show up as your main picture when you go to post something. Now, the last important thing with your content is, you also want to interlink like crazy, and by this, I mean linking between your specific posts.
So, when you mention a topic in one post that you also have another post about, you want to link that text to that other post. So, think of how Wikipedia does every time they mention a topic that they have on another page. They link that word to the actual page, and what this does is help to tell Google that page is definitely about that thing.
So, when Wikipedia mentions apples, they're going to link to that apple page. Google will see that they'll say this other page is about apples, and the more pages that they have that link back to that apple page using the text apples, the more that signifies to Google that the page deserves to rank for apples.
Another way that this helps to is that it gets people to click on more than one page on your site, which in turn, Google loves to see they love to see when people are viewing multiple pages on your site. The long story is the interlinking between your page as well, and it is one of the best things that you can do to make sure that you rank in the search engines.
Step 4: Installation of Plug-ins
Step 4 is installing plug-ins, now if you're new to WordPress, one of the great features about it is that you can install pre-made plug-ins that other people have created to add features to your website. You can find plug-ins that can do anything you want.
If you can think of a feature that you want to add features, then there's a plug-in that someone's created that allows you to do just that. That's why WordPress is great, and you don't need to know how to code. You don't need to know how to add all these extra stuff yourself.
You just plug in stuff that other people have made now to install plug-ins. You just go to your WordPress control panel, you go over to the Plug-ins section, and then you go to add new. You can just search and find plug-ins for different things.
Now, there are a lot of different plug-ins out there that you can install but the two essential types of plug-ins that I'm going to recommend you to install that I use on all of my sites. First of all, an SEO plug-in, so this will help to optimize your site for the search engines.
The plug-in, I use for this is called SEO by Yoast, so just search for that in the plug-ins section should turn up, then you can just install it and activate it. What this will do it is allow you to customize how each post will look in the Google search engine results.
So, you can change the title, you can set the description, and that will change how it turns up in Google. The other cool thing is, it also allows you to do the same thing for Facebook and Twitter, so you can customize the title and add an image and a description to make sure that your posts are looking good when they get shared on the social networks.
The second type of plug-in that I recommend you install is a social plug-in, so, something that adds nice prominent sharing buttons to each of your posts. Now, some things do have this capability included; if you take a look in the theme options, of whatever theme you're using, there might already be a sharing capability that you like.
You can just activate that, and I usually make sure that the top ones are activated, so that's usually Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest for my sites. I'm using a plug-in called social warfare. It is a paid plug-in, but it does have some cool capabilities; it looks really good though by all means.
You don't have to go through a paid plug-in, there are tons of good free social plug-ins out there. You just want to make sure that you have some prominent buttons on each of your pages prompting people to share it naturally. There are a lot of other different types of plug-ins that you can install.
But if you're just starting out, these are essentials I wouldn't bother with too much right now. You can always play around with new plug-ins later on.
Step 5: Monetize Your Site
Step 5 is monetizing your site. Once you've got your content up, the next thing you're going to want to do is to throw up some ads to monetize your content now for my numerology site. I've made some custom ads in Photoshop to promote this product.
If you're not so handy with Photoshop and you're looking to promote one of these style offers, you can usually find an affiliate section somewhere that already has a lot of pre-made banners. Then we can simply place the banner somewhere prominent on our website.
You can do this manually by going into each of your blog posts and inserting your images inside of them, or you can use plug-ins to place your images for you automatically. There are a whole bunch of plug-ins out there, and an ad insert is pretty good.
These are especially good if you've got a lot of posts, and you don't want to put them all in yourself manually. Then we need to get our affiliate link, as this is on Clickbank, I'd go over to clickbank.com. I'd find the offer, I'd click promote, and then I'd enter my Clickbank username, and I get my affiliate link.
So, every time someone clicks on this link and buy something, I'll get a commission on the sale then I would just select my banners. I would choose the hyperlink option, and then I would add my link. Every time someone clicks on that banner, they'll be taken to the sales page.
Every time they buy something I get paid, you can also put text links into your content. You can be quite creative with it and test a lot of stuff. You'll see, I've also thrown up a notification bar on this site, which is this bar down the bottom here that goes to the affiliate offer, and this also gets quite a few sales.
It works pretty well for a lot of different sites, the plug-in that I used to do this is called WP notification bar, and it's good because you can set it. So, it's always on the screen, no matter what point of the article a person is standing at.
They'll always have that ad there, prompting them to click through, but when you're just getting started to keep it simple, you won't be able to find out what works the best until you get a lot of traffic coming in. So, it's best just to throw up a few banners and then focus on getting traffic to your site.
Once, you've got a few people rolling in you, can play around with you know, what kind of banners work best, what banner locations, where the text ads work best, and all that kind of stuff. You can also throw Adsense on your site to make extra money, and you can throw Amazon links, you can throw out links for anything you want.
This site is just geared around this specific digital product, and I found it pretty much converts better than Adsense better than anything I've used all my most prominent places for this ClickBank offer. By all means, test out some Adsense, test out some Amazon stuff, or test out whatever.
You can throw up ads in, this way, for any kind of affiliate marketing product, you want all your products if you have them once you get to the stage, where you are ranking for stuff and getting more traffic that's when you can start to fine-tune what kind of ads work best, what kind of products work best and all that kind of stuff.
Sometimes, when you're just starting aside and have no traffic, yet it is kind of hard to guess which affiliate program is going to convert the best. So, it's best to just go with the ones that you think looks the best and then test all that stuff.
Step Six: Share Your Website
Step six is growing your social accounts. Once you've got your site up and looking good, you've got your content, and it's monetized. The last thing you need is, some actual people to come to your site and the way that I like to do this is with some clever social marketing
Specifically, what I'm talking about is growing big net related accounts for your site on all of the biggest social networks out there and then using them to promote your content. So, I'm talking about Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest, and all that good stuff.
Not only will you be able to get a lot of traffic directly from social networks. But this is also the key to getting your content to rank in the search engine, which is ultimately where the most profitable traffic will come from. As you can see here, my numerology site is ranking in the top spots of Google for a ton of my keywords.
This is pretty much all things – my social accounts, I've got number one ranking, after number one ranking all of these keywords are sitting healthily on the first page of Google. Now I've covered this in the past, but the reason this works is when you have big niche related accounts, and you're sharing out your content, and it's getting a lot of reshares.
It'll also attract a lot of links naturally from other web sites, and this is exactly the kind of thing that Google likes to see. Exactly, how I get my sites ranked in the search engines you want to think of your social profiles as a kind of springboard for all of your content every time you add a new piece of content.
You want to post it out through your social network, and the bigger your social network is, the more effective this is going to be. As you can see with the numerology example, I've grown up some really big accounts, I've got my Facebook page at over a hundred thousand fans.
I've got thousands of followers on Pinterest, I've got a Twitter account, and I've got all that good stuff. This is the key to how I've got on this site to rank. Now, I've covered guides in the past on how you can grow up big social accounts and how you can get your content out there.
In a nutshell, with Facebook you want to set up a page, you want to make it look good, and you want to run some ads to your page to get some likes. So, a while back, I set up an ad for this page targeting people who like numerology I would target mobile only because usually that's how you get the cheapest fans.
I usually target first world countries, and you'll start to get some fans right away to stay away from paying for fake fans on fiber and stuff like that. These fans are usually always fake, they're untargeted, and they're just not the kind of people that are going to share your content.
I would prefer a page with a few thousand hyper targeted people on my page rather than a hundred thousand fake fans that I bought off the fiber. If you don't have the money yet to spend on ads, you can sign up for some groups and start posting your content there.
Of course, you're going to want to be a bit careful with that, so that you don't see too spammy, but if you just try to get a few reshares initially, it's not a bad way to go for Pinterest. You can just sign up, create an account, and you can start posting your images and link them back to your website.
Now, one of the cool things about Pinterest is, you don't even need many followers to start getting traction. It all relies on how good your images look, and you can see some of the images that I posted out from my numerology site have got a lot of traction.
I don't even have that many followers on here, all of these reshares are great for search engine optimization showing Google that this content is popular and worth ranking search for your niche on Pinterest. You'll see what kind of images are performing well.
Then just post similar stuff from your site, so, if you don't have money to spend on Facebook ads, Pinterest is a great place to put more of your focus initially, you don't need to spend any money, you can start posting out images with good text and then you will get chairs, comments, and likes.
If your images are half-decent, Reddit is a good one too. I've covered it in the past, and it's especially good for certain niches, just create an account, make a few posts, find a subreddit related to your niche and then chiefly post a few links to your site.
I've made a guide on that in the past too that still works great, you can get a lot of attraction from Reddit, you can get a lot of links, you can get a lot of shares, and all of this Google loves. Twitter is another good one, and you can just sign up put your link in your bio and a cover image all that stuff.
Just follow other people, and they will start to follow you back, then you can just post your content hours through that. You'll often find that different social networks work better for different niches. So, just try them all and then put more of the focus on the ones that are working the best for you.
The great thing is, you don't need a huge following to get some attraction. If you're picking low competition keywords, you just need to get a few hundred even a few thousand fans across your social network. Create some half-decent content so that you're getting a few links and a few social reshares.
If you do it right pretty soon, you'll find yourself starting to get that organic traffic from Google that you want again. I have a lot more in-depth guides about how to specifically use the different social networks to get links and social shares and all that good stuff over my other blog.
Step 7: Create Videos
step 7 is creating videos, so, one thing that you might have noticed about this site is that I also have videos and a whole youtube set up to go with it numerology of the master number 11. Now, YouTube and video are optional. If you're not at that stage yet by all means, just start with regular content.
I've made plenty of profitable sites that don't use videos, so don't let that put you off if you freaked out by making videos. I will say YouTube is quickly becoming one of my favorite ways to promote my websites. Alongside most of my sites, I'm building YouTube channels and putting out videos.
There are a few reasons that I like YouTube, the first is, you'll start showing up in youtube search engines and believe me a lot of people search for stuff on YouTube not just funny cats and stuff like that. People search for tutorials, how-tos, and all kinds of stuff quite simply.
YouTube is the second biggest search engine in the world. If you find a keyword that's getting searched for in Google, then chances are it also gets searched for on YouTube. So, I pretty much just take my same list of keywords, and then I make videos to target those same keywords.
A lot of people don't like to make videos often; there's a lot less competition in the YouTube results too because of the extra effort that it takes to make a video as you can see a lot of these videos that are targeting specific keywords for YouTube ranked on the first page for these keywords.
Sometimes, you even get your YouTube videos turning up in the Google search results to you, and sometimes you can take up two of the first page results because one of them will be your video, and one of them will be your link so if you search for Destinee number three.
For example, I can see that I've got my video turning up and a link to my site. Another great thing about YouTube is, your videos will start to turn up in the related videos section. This section can get a lot of traffic once Google figures out what your video is about and sees the people are watching it.
They'll start to show your video in the related section of other videos that are related to your topic. So, when other people are watching numerology videos, they'll find these videos to click them and see my content. You can also promote your products and offers and stuff like that directly from your YouTube videos.
You can also throw a link in the description of each of your videos, and to leave me, people will go to these links and buy stuff on top of all of that too. Videos are just a great way to keep people on your site for longer, which in turn, Google loves to see.
So, videos are also good for SEO, when Google sees that someone hung around for 8 minutes to watch a whole video, they say this must be good content. It's just a win-win to make videos. Now, the actual process of making videos and growing YouTube channels deserves a whole tutorial in itself.
I would like to make that, but for now, I'll just give you a few basics to get you started. So, here's my sneaky secret behind making these videos easily. Each of these videos is more or less just reading out the same thing as the content in the article, and you have seen the number 3 specifically.
Have you seen 3 threes the number, 333 has a lot of significance, so, I'm not writing or outsourcing whole new scripts from scratch. I'm just creating this stuff from the article that's already been written that already saves time, and then just like the content itself, I've also outsourced the voice-overs.
I get all my voice-overs over at fiverr.com, where if you go to the voice-over section, you'll find tons of people willing to do voice-overs for you. Just look for one that sounds semi-professional that's got a good price, send them your script, and you're done.
Then I just took my recording, and I put it into a video editing program personally, I use Adobe Premiere Pro, I know there are a lot of different ones that people like but for me, it's Premiere Pro. It's part of the Adobe suite, and there are tons of tutorials online about how to use it.
You throw your voice-over in there and then over the top, and I've just thrown in a whole bunch of stopped video and all of this stock video, I bought from video blogs for about a hundred bucks a year on this site. You can download unlimited videos and then use them as many times as you want in your videos.
I've just searched for a whole bunch of stuff related to numerology, space, sky, spiritual, and all that kind of stuff. I then throw them into my video editing program, and suddenly, I've got something that looks pretty decent.
Over the top of that, I throw on a royalty-free audio track; you can find free ones on YouTube by searching for free royalty tracks. You can also buy premium ones over at audiojungle.net, then you can throw in an intro towards the start, and you can also put an outro towards the end again.
I might make a blog post on exactly how to do that in the future. Once you've done that, you just render it, and you've got a video. If the number one one one could make a sound, it might be a pop beat or a loud alarm. When you upload them to youtube, you just want to make sure that you have a keyword-rich title, a keyword-rich description, keyword-rich tags, and a really good thumbnail.
Then just embed the videos on to your site, and you're good to go now. If you've never used video editing software, it might sound kind of complicated, but trust me, most people who edit videos told themselves it isn't that difficult.
If you want to learn a new skill that's going to give you a bit of a competitive edge, I seriously recommend checking out videos because the video is just getting bigger and bigger and bigger. A lot of people don't like reading articles, they love videos, and that is how you build a profitable site from scratch.
Yes, this stuff does take effort; you do need to put in some work. Once you get to the point where you're getting that passive income rolling in, then you can take that money to reinvest it back into your site and outsource things. That's how you can get started in getting off the ground.
The whole thing can be very addictive now if you're new to all this stuff, and you want a bit more information on exactly how affiliate marketing works, how ranking in Google works, and all that kind of stuff, then you can check out my free newbie crash course.