RankModo Review – How to Rank #1 in YouTube (Fast!)

Today I am doing a detailed review about a video ranking app called RankModo (It is claimed that help you how to Rank #1 in YouTube Fast!)

Here is the link to RankModo Review Video on My youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7r3lFQpOEc

RankModo Review – What you need to know before decide to buy RankModo:

You know, if you’ve ever worked online for a minute, you understand the ultimate goal we’re heading to is traffic. Traffic is not something that we are working on directly, but it is essential that we do our utmost to gain. To gain traffic, we work our head off day in and day out to create quality content, boost the pace of site loading, etc. However, the ranking will assist you obtain traffic effectively.

As a matter of reality, because you are now ranked on the first page, traffic is increasing. More eyeballs will reach your video, so you’ll get more opinions and clicks on your videos. In the meantime, ranking on the first page is not simple, many individuals have stuck with some instruments of low quality. No worries, this time you don’t have me by your side.

RankModo is a brand new and improved web-based video ranking software that lets you rank any of your youtube videos to page 1 of Google and YouTube and helps you get huge traffic (and sales) from your videos.

Simon Greenhalgh will bring this software to you, working with Yves Kouyo. In the field of online marketing, Simon Greenhalgh has long constructed up a strong reputation. Because of his wide vision of creating products that help digital marketers run their campaign smoothly.

One thing you need to realize is that without any complex instructions or information, they are simple to use. This is because he acquired years of experience in this sector and perceived the problems that hinder consumers from hi-tech stuff. Thus there is no doubt that RankModo would be a big hit when it’s released.

To find out if RankModo would be a strong marketer instrument, please roll down to find out about this software’s amazing characteristics.



11 Quick Tips to Get Your YouTube Videos Found More, Watched More, & Ranked Better

1. Keep it short.
Shorter videos are better 1-2 minutes. Connect the viewer in the first 10 seconds – Expect to lose 20% of your audience within the first 10 seconds of playback. Check your YouTube Insight Hot Spots to see where you lose people. More about this in the last tip.

2. File name is important
The filename of the video you upload can matter. Use a descriptive word (s)

3. Use good descriptive titles
Choose a good descriptive title for your video with good keywords. Use terms such as “how”, “why”, etc.

When blogging about your video, make the blog title the same as the video title and ensure that the title tag of your page matches the title of the blog post and the video. When ranking videos, Google mainly takes into account the match between keywords and the video title. Google likes it if the title tag of the page matches the title of the video and will give a higher weighting for results in this case.

4. Write a good description
Do not just include a few words in the description of the video. Tell a story using your keywords. Add your entire site URL at the very top of the description, including http: //. This places a link back to your site in the description. Transcribe the video.

5. Tags
Use keywords for your tags. Tag consistently using keywords that you think your audience can use when searching.

6. Use annotations
Use annotations to link to your other YouTube videos. Link your videos together.

7. Thumbnails
YouTube takes the thumbnails at the 1/4, 1/2 and 3/4 points in the video. Try to have good images at those points in the video.

8. Place at the right time.
Stay away from weekends and Friday afternoons (when there is a lot of viewing, but tough competition). The mornings are good and Tuesday is a heavy day of consumption.

9. Involvement
Respond to responses. Encourage interactions – let people respond and, like Facebook, your YouTube video will rise higher. Listen and talk back to your audience.

10. Promote
Get started quickly on other social media channels such as Facebook and Twitter.

11. Analyze
Look at your insights to see who’s looking, what they’re being referred to, what they’re looking at, how long they’re looking forward to. Include what you learn in future videos.

How to rank #1 on YouTube search in 30 days [case study]

Number one is easy!

That is of course a bit of a tongue-in-cheek comment. After years of working in the search industry, I know that ranking number one in Google Search is very, very difficult. But what about number one search on YouTube? Maybe not so much.

We have even developed a process at Siege Media to find rankings on the first page on YouTube in less than a month. With the help of this process we saw a huge return in views for our ranking video:

Today I want to share this process with you and help you implement this strategy for your own videos.

Because I believe that showing is always more effective than telling, I will use a continuous example in this post to demonstrate the entire process that we used.

For my current example, I am going to borrow a recent situation in my life where I could not get my Xbox One wireless controller to sync with my Xbox One console. With “Game of Thrones” in full swing, this was an unacceptable problem, as I had to keep up with Khaleesi and her dragons.

Also, it just so happens that the search phrase [how to sync xbox one controller] presents an opportunity to outline this process.

Let’s get started!

Leverage your popular pages

Start by analyzing your popular pages that are already performing in search.

Although YouTube search is less competitive and complex than Google search (and the two rank videos differently), you still need to build on a solid SEO foundation. To springboard your video to the top of YouTube search, you’re going to need to piggyback on an existing page’s SEO equity.

For our project we used a page that scores well (bottom of page one) but that still needs improvement. We wanted to find a page that had sufficient equity to give our new video a chance to rank, but could also benefit from the video and possibly see a ranking boost. Here are some other criteria for selecting this page:

The content of the page translates well to video.
The view counts for top videos on YouTube and Google indicates that there is interest in this topic.
Videos are currently showing on the first two search results pages of Google Search for the selected keyword.
You need to be strategic about where you place your video if you want to rank it quickly, and analyzing the ranking videos (on both Google and YouTube) gives a good idea of ​​feasibility. In particular, you need to search for current top results on YouTube for your target keyword. If at least three of these top videos have many views, you know that there is interest in video on this topic and that there is a possibility.

Make sure you pay attention to who is sharing and is responsible for the video. The number of views can be increased if the video comes from a controversial influencer in the space that the video shares with their subscribers, making the audience look much larger than it is.

For my example I am hypothetically building a video for Driver Easy to go to this page.

The Driver Easy page is at the bottom of page one for [how to synchronize xbox one controller]. This indicates that there is a potential opportunity for them to add a high-quality video to their content and rank that video on YouTube.

However, before designing a video, I must check the above criteria to make sure that it is worth making a video.

Does the content translate to video?

Driver Easy’s page would easily translate to video, as the content is built like a tutorial, outlining step-by-step advice.

What do view counts look like on Google Video and YouTube search?

View counts for videos on both Google Video and YouTube search are strong (many of them are the same videos). The top three results on YouTube have over 100,000 views:

Clearly, I am not the only one who has had syncing issues with their controller, and there is interest here.

Are there videos showing on Google search?

Yup! In fact, there are three videos showing right below the first result (and snippet) on page one.

Sometimes the best way to understand what will rank in the search results is by researching what is currently ranked. Seeing these videos in search results means that Google finds video content relevant and useful for this search.

After checking all the necessary boxes, I know that if I add a high-quality video to the existing Driver Easy page, it has a great chance of scoring high on YouTube.

Optimize your video for search
After you’ve identified a page that you can upgrade with video, it’s time to design your video.

As with building new pages, you also have to search when you make a new video.

The great thing about this tactic is that you have already built the framework for the video on an existing page, so all you have to do is convert that content to video. However, there are still some best practices that you must follow to ensure that your video is optimized, including:

Connect the audience in the first 15 seconds so that they don’t bounce – SEO expert Brian Dean proposes the “PPP formula”.
Make a longer video that retains viewers, because the display time is an important ranking factor when searching on YouTube.
Add calls-to-action (CTAs) at the end of the video to subscribe to your channel or like the video. This helps you to grow your audience and send positive engagement signals to YouTube.
Optimize the video thumbnail to be eye-catching and enticing.
Include the completed video above the fold on your page.
By following these practical tips, your video will have the best possible chance of achieving a high position in both YouTube and Google. For more video SEO tips, I recommend you to view Brian Dean’s post on YouTube SEO.

I can also use these tactics for Driver Easy’s hypothetical video.

For example, optimal video placement would be lower than the five steps that the post describes:

This would put the video above the fold, but after the intro, so readers would have context for exactly what the video is about.

At Siege Media, we’ve noticed that placing videos here helps drive initial, relevant views via search traffic. These qualified views convert to subscribers at a higher rate and send positive signals to YouTube, such as longer viewer duration:

And “Likes”:

Since [how to sync xbox one controller] has a search volume of over 12,000 (according to SEMrush), a video on Driver Easy’s ranking page would capture a fair number of relevant viewers, boosting the video on YouTube.

With Brian Dean’s “PPP formula” I would make an intro like this:

Example: “In this video I show you how you can quickly synchronize your Xbox One controller with your console.”
Proof: “This is the same process that I used dozens of times to synchronize my controller without errors.”
Preview: “This video contains five different options for synchronizing your controller.”
The fact that the Driver Easy post includes five different ways to synchronize a controller, while the current ranking videos show only one or two ways, can draw attention to viewers who have already tried the most important methods of synchronization.

To make further use of this, I would consider creating a miniature that marks the five methods that are treated as text over a striking and relevant image (controller, console, etc.). A well-designed miniature would help make Driver Easy’s video stand out in both Google and YouTube results, since most of the current ranking videos do not contain design elements.

There is a real opportunity here for Driver Easy to create something that stands out.


By piggybacking the SEO value of their existing page-one result, Driver Easy was able to place a video on that page that would have a great chance of searching YouTube quickly. In addition, the video would add even more value to their current page, potentially increasing it higher on page one of Google’s search results.

To summarize, here is the process I described for quick rankings on YouTube search:

  • Identify a popular page that has no video.
    • Should be visible in search and provide a steady source of qualified traffic.
  • Check viability and necessity for video.
    • Does the content translate to video?
    • How many views do the top videos for this keyword on Google and YouTube have?
    • Are there videos ranking on the top two results pages on Google?
  • Build a well-optimized, quality video.
    • Hook the audience within the first 15 seconds.
    • Create a long, engaging video for increased watch time.
    • Add CTAs to the end of the video to direct the audience on what to do next.
    • Design an attention-grabbing thumbnail for the video.
    • Place the video above the fold on the page.

I hope this article will help you identify prospective possibilities for creating a video that can rapidly rank on YouTube that you have on your site.


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