Bradley Benner – YouTube Silo Academy
Learn How to Build Massive Authority Channels in YouTube
Using Powerful Silo Architecture!
& Rank Your Videos For Even The Toughest Of Keywords
Rank Videos FASTER, With Less Work,
And Have Them Stick Longer!
Are you Tired of struggling to properly optimize your YouTube channels, playlists, and videos?
You’re not alone. A lot of people end up frustrated when trying to rank videos quickly and repeatedly because they’re using methods that just don’t cut it.
- You may have tried several onpage optimization training courses.
- Maybe you tried spammy tactics like Fiverr gigs or buying views.
- Or even built tons of backlinks using the latest tools.
Most likely these solutions haven’t worked that well and ended up leaving you searching for a real and effective solution.
But Now, There’s an Answer that can fix that.
A powerful new course that can help you to rank videos quickly for even the toughest of terms without all the headaches.
SEO professionals have been using silo architecture for years to build powerhouse websites to outrank their competitors.
Well now you can apply the same method to YouTube and build silo structure within your channels when you join YouTube Silo Academy.
Here’s just a few things YouTube Silo Academy will teach you:
- Over the shoulder training videos explaining every single step. I recorded these “Down and Dirty” videos using YouTube Live Events so that you could see how to build silo structure in real time. No fluff, no fancy editing, just killer training.
- Specific instructions and detailing the entire process. This is huge because once you go through the training, you will know exactly how to silo YouTube channels for CRAZY ranking ability.
- My Quick and effective keyword research method. This will save you a ton of time by showing you how to find the best keywords for your silos quickly, and I show you how to do it using free tools. No expensive or complicated keyword tools needed.
- You’ll also get a downloadable PDF companion guide. This is powerful because you’ll have a reference to follow to make sure you repeat the process exactly as shown…