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You Own Your Own Studio - How Would You Rank Videos in Local Markets?

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You own a studio and can produce quality videos quickly and cheap.

If you had a client that had a dentist referral site (promoting country wide) and wanted to rank video's in local markets for each type of service a dentist offers, how would you do it (besides doing all the basic SEO stuff, keywords, links, etc.)

If you wanted to rank for "crowns" in each city would you create 1 video, upload it x amount of times and optimize if for each market? Or would you need to create a 'new' video for each market?

Would you need to open separate accounts or would one account be okay?

Appreciate any words of wisdom!

Re: You Own Your Own Studio - How Would You Rank Videos in Local Markets?
« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2013, 12:44:35 AM »
Hi Rainmark

Hmm - Google is not that good to be able to recognize the complete content of video...yet. But what they definiteyl will be able to tell is when the video is exactly the same all the time. So I would at least add a different trailer and maybe a city specific opening...
I think one account would be o.k. and even a good thing as it shows more activity if you don't have just one video...
Having said all that, I have to give a warning too: I am not a video ranking expert and others might have other opinions that are more valid than what I just wrote...

Mike

Re: You Own Your Own Studio - How Would You Rank Videos in Local Markets?
« Reply #2 on: April 15, 2013, 09:13:44 AM »
Mike, thanks for taking the time to reply. I was thinking the same thing, just hoping to get some other opinions.

cheers,