Do you ever wish you could press a button and give your videos a quick boost in the search results?
That would be amazing right?
Well, turns out there is a way you can do that. In this tutorial, I will show you how to rank YouTube videos using a 3-second trick.
There have been countless times where I’ve been close to ranking #1 for a certain keyword, but have a bunch of annoying competing videos in my way.
I’m going to show you how you can give your videos a quick boost in the search engine rankings and in the YouTube search results very easily.
No matter what I would do my videos wouldn’t budge. I couldn’t figure out what to do to put my videos over the top.
Until, I found this cool little trick that helped my YouTube videos rank better. You’d never guess how simple it is and how quick it is to implement.
Make sure you have an authority link in the description of your video!
Yep, that’s it.
Let’s say I made a video about puppies. A great place to get authority links for that videos description would be Wikipedia. From there, I would search up ‘puppy’ or ‘puppies’ and find a relevant Wikipedia article that talks about my topic.
Then, I’d just copy the URL of the article, and paste it at the very end of my description.
This doesn’t just work with Wikipedia. It also works with .edu, .gov., or any website that has a high pagerank. Using this quick little tip has helped my videos rank faster on YouTube and Google.