Got a YouTube Channel, Now You Want a Website? Rank Fast

Here’s how to rank fast when creating a website that is based on your existing YouTube channel content.

Target a specific keyword phrase and have your blog showing high up on Google for that phrase within a week if you do it right. Even if you haven’t penned a word of written content, your video collection can be purposed toward ranking your website if you use the content in concert.

Step by Step SEO! Rank Fast for Your Keyword Phrase: Set Up Your YouTube Video Content

Step 1: Decide what keyword phrase you want to focus on with your blog or website, and strategize a seies of posts you’ll create around that phrase.

For example, if you’re publishing gardening tips for the zone 7 planting zone, then include “gardening zone 7” as your target phrase to repeat throughout your blog.

Keep in mind though, that you want to stay on topic. You’ll have tons of micro-nichey topics to write about. After all, you want to be authentic in your content creation. Share actual advice — not just content babble that no one is going to read or be interested in, which repeats the target keyword phrase over and over.

So if you’re planning on offering tips on the following “gardening in zone 7” topics…

  • Planting tomatoes
  • When and what to plant in early spring
  • Garden planting date for summer crops
  • Organic composting must-know tips

… then you would set up all of these phrases to add as the title of your blog, with some form of “zone 7 gardening” in the tail part of the post.

So basically, your “Tomato Planting Tips” article title would read “Planting Tomatoes in Zone 7”. And you might say, “Organic composting guide for zone 7 gardeners,” etc.

Step 2: Prepare to publish a series of blog posts that relate to that particular phrase.

Visit your video collection on YouTube. Plan to embed the code for each video into its own post that matches the topic.

Thus, even before you write the article that delivers supporting points for the main idea, you want to publish the video using that phrase as part of the title.

So if you have a video talking about “when to plant tomatoes in gardening zone 7,” then add that as the title. Embed the video code from YouTube. Add a short lead-in as the first paragraph. Patse the video embed code into the post. Categorize the post properly. Then hit publish. Repeat until all of your YouTube, on-topic videos are now listed as blog posts on your site.

Step 3: Expand on each post by adding text to match the video.

Later, you can expand on the point by typing out written content – embellishing on the key points you made in your videos – for each post you created.

Add that phrase to your post titles, H1, H2 and H3 headings.

It doesn’t have to be exactly one phrase. But do try to include some combo of the words “gardening in zone 7” throughout the body text of your article, particular in the H1, H2, H3, H4 headings.

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