Don’t you love it when someone asks you for an interview?
It takes my breath away every time.
“Wow, someone actually wants to hear what I have to say!“
I am important!
(Of course, my next thought is always – “Are they out of their mind?!”)
Well, today I actually had to cancel one such interview.
Of course, I had better things to do like to hang my new Murano glass chandelier, which we patiently waited for to be shipped from Italy for almost 3 months.
Sorry, Dan Norris – I have to keep my priorities straight!
It’s nice to have a great excuse for something, isn’t it?
Then we don’t have to dig deeper to find the real reason for it; after all, what if we don’t like what we see?
So here’s my confession, Dan: I got a bit flustered because you wanted to talk about TRAFFIC GENERATION.
Why on earth would you want to talk to ME about it?
As I was rehearsing my answers to your questions in my head, I kept hearing myself saying:
“There’s nothing new under the sun…”
“I’ve never used any paid traffic methods…”
“Everyone gets traffic the same old ways…”
“No, I don’t have any creative tricks up my sleeves to share…”
OK, deep breath…
Free Traffic Generation
It’s true I almost exclusively focus on free traffic generation methods.
After all, most of us start an online business because we know what it feels like to have the majority of our assets in pizza coupons.
Plus, free traffic is always great because much of it can be leveraged over time, i.e. your traffic doesn’t stop when you run out of money.
Organic search engine traffic is one such example.
However, more and more site owners take interest in things like SEO, social media, etc. and standing out from the crowd is a lot harder now than it used to be.
It’s true, there’s nothing new under the sun when it comes down to traffic generation.
The reason why any website gets more traffic over another has nothing to do with WHAT traffic generation methods they use.
It’s rather HOW they use the same methods everyone else does.
Those marketers who figured out how to use Pinterest to benefit their non-visual niches got the worm.
Those of us who were whining about it because we never took the time to figure it out for ourselves get to learn from them and even pay for that knowledge.
As a matter of fact, any time we choose to pay for a products or a course that we hope will teach us how to build a better business and bring in more profit, we acknowledge that THEY figured out something that we didn’t bother to/couldn’t/didn’t think of.
And that’s OK.
I am more than happy to pay someone to teach me a skill that will show me how to gain more exposure and increase my earnings from blogging – smarter and faster.
And that’s how and why I found Social Tube Traffic System.
Social Tube Traffic System
In this case, the traffic is not entirely free, but it’s dirt cheap (I am talking about $5-10) and still leveraged – you don’t need to keep throwing money at it for the traffic pump to keep on working.
The big idea behind it is leveraging the big three online behemoths – Google, Facebook, and YouTube.
What happens when you point them at each other to gain more authority and get ranked on both Google and YouTube?
Take a look for yourself:
I’ve been studying this system for a few days now (thanks to Ryan Deiss and his team for giving me free access to it so that I can test it for myself before taking it to you) and already had some interesting results (below).
For those of you who already purchased Social Tube Traffic System (and if you went through my link – my huge thank you!), here’s a quick tutorial where I walk you through the members area and give you some tips on what to pay special attention to.
If you are still not sure if this is the right thing for you, watch the video to see what it is all about and why I am so excited about it.
Besides giving you a glimpse into the backoffice of the system, I created the video above to test the system.
And, to my huge surprise, I didn’t have to wait too long to see the results.
The Proof Is in the Pudding
As I was still in the process of adding the video title, description, etc., I wanted to look up the tags other videos currently ranking for “Social Tube Traffic System” used for their listing optimization.
Using the same tags as the top three videos already ranking for your specific keyword was something I learned from Module 5 of Social Tube Traffic System.
Lo and behold, I saw this:
Turns out that MY video was the one to beat – even before I fully finished publishing it.
Then I did a search on Google – with bated breath, mind you – and…. nothing.
What did you think I’ll say?
But it was ranking on Google video search:
And all I did was follow the instructions for best video listing optimization in Module 5 of Social Tube Traffic System.
Now before I run off to use the rest of the system to lock my rankings, here’s what I want you to do.
Call to Action
It’s simple really.
This sums it up:
Ranking my video on YouTube and Google,
PS As if you haven’t guessed it already, this was my review of Social Tube Traffic System by Ryan Deiss.
You might’ve noticed that I used some possibly risque methods to get my point across and to get my readers to take action.
Did they work? Was it too much? Let me know what you thought in the comments.