Strategy From Alan Smith - 3 Requirements When Using Google Properties To Achieve Total Domination

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Before I do Part 3 Google Sites, there is something I need to address.

There are 3 requirements when using google properties to achieve total domination. 

 

1. The proper use of keywords. This often is called on-page SEO optimization.

2. Backlinks 

3. Something that NO ONE talks about. This really confuses me as it’s, without doubt, the most powerful SEO factor. I’ll just call it Naming Protocols. This mainly is off-page SEO but some of it becomes on-page. This is responsible for binding everything together.

 

I’ll give you an example of this, which I’ve completed for this Mauritius project. Then you tell me how powerful you think this is, at the same time comparing it to how you do things. 

 

The most powerful and important google property is the one you start off with. The Primary Gmail Account that will be used to contain the asset you are working on. 

 

Let’s take for example electric scooters. 

 

This is how I map everything out. 

 

The primary Google account will have that name and location within it. Everything, I mean everything is held within this account. So just make sure when you set it up you optimize everything. I’m happy to say that Google is reintroducing an added information section ( much like google plus ), this will help us even more.

For those of you that buy accounts, they must never be used for these main google sites. 

 

To compliment that google account I purchase an exact domain dot com name as well for that site. 

 

So within this naming protocol are the names for the following, these are thought about very carefully for the human and algorithm benefit that can be achieved. 

 

They are ALL EXACTLY related. 

 

YouTube channels

YouTube videos 

YouTube videos thumbnails 

Text on those thumbnails 

Images naming 

Text on images 

Image types and where they are used, obviously with their names. ( there are much more effective image types that jpeg and jpg. )

S3 naming

Azure naming 

Dropbox naming

Evernote naming

PDFs naming. This is a subsection as I normally submit to 27 PDFs sites.

And it continues to all the other sites, I hope you are getting the picture. 

 

Now let’s look at the google drive associated with this primary account. 

 

Within this drive I place the following;

 

Copies of all the YouTube videos I’ve used in another account that reference this site. 

Copies of the thumbnails 

Copies of all the articles I’ve used

Copies of the scripts I’ve used

Obviously the above includes all the languages 

All the images used on this site

All the PDFs used

Any notes that I’ve used to produce this site 

Important URL links

And other relevant information 

Are you seeing a pattern here?

 

We are trying to teach google what this site is about, we do that by giving it everything we possibly can to reinforce that message. 

 

So not only does the primary account hold the google site it also holds the google drive that contains everything that the site encompasses. 

 

All Google has to do is look at the names. Everything matches and is congruent.

 

So we have achieved total congruence within ALL the assets, everything from the main URL that is displayed, all the headings within articles and the articles themselves, videos, images, PDFs, etc, etc, just by mapping out beforehand a naming protocol.

 

This my friends are how you plan for battle, the battle is won before you even send your troops into battle.

This is how you defeat your opposition. 

Now I want you to consider all 52 rental google sites designed like this, then linked with an interlinking structure as I will explain in Part 3.

 

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