Video Summary: Google’s Universal Search is changing search engine results and the way you get traffic. Here’s how you can benefit from Google’s Universal Search and New Media Marketing to get more visitors and traffic to your site. Download the full PDF Guide New Media Marketing Hot-To Guide #02: Boosting Traffic with Google Universal Search.

 

Sometimes we can feel like getting good rankings in Google search results is like climbing a huge un-scalable, insurmountable mountain. Google is always changing rules. It always seems like their out to get us; de-ranking sites, moving other people up, trying to figure it out.

And there’s something new that Google’s doing that means BIG changes and BIG opportunities when you market with New Media.

In today’s video and downloadable guide we’re going to take a look at:

  • What Universal Search is and why it’s changing the way your site gets ranked in Google
  • Who has an advantage in using Universal Search
  • And what actions you can take right now to start getting better rankings with Universal Search.
new media marketing with Google universal search Download the full PDF Guide here:
New Media Marketing Hot-To Guide #02: Boosting Traffic with Google Universal Search.

 

What do you think?

Did you get some new ideas that will help you get more traffic to your site? Maybe even some foot traffic right into your physical office or store? Share your ideas and insights in a comment at the Universal Search post at Tribal Seduction.

Got some other ideas on how to use Google Universal Search to boost traffic and exposure? Share in a comment too. ;-)


John Paul Micek is a co-founder of the international business coaching company RPM Success Group ® Inc. He and his partner Deborah Micek are authors of the hit book Secrets Of Online Persuasion, and creators of the BLOG i360™ New Media Marketing Site Creater.
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