How to Create Videos That Boost Your SEO


If ever you want to boost your website rankings, you will need to improve the SEO of your pages. One simple way of doing this is to include videos on your pages or posts. 

The great thing about SEO is that you are able to track everything and analyse how your pages are doing. Google considers SEO before ranking your page as this informs visitors what the page is really about. For instance, casino games may create a page for Baccarat, optimise it so that it stands alone, and not as part of the Casino Games[1] page.

Below, we share how you can create videos that boost your SEO. 

Use Videos on Your Website

Videos on your websites tell Google and your visitors that your website is of high quality. As a result, visitors will stay on your pages for longer, reducing your bounce rate. Because of that, you need to make sure that you create and publish videos on your website.

Give Your Video Some Context

Many webmasters make the mistake of publishing their videos on blank pages. This does nothing to your ranking. Therefore, what you need to do is make sure that you create high quality text, and then embed your video. That means your video must come with a transcript. In your text, make sure that you also include as many keywords as you can.

Be Sure Your Video Educates

It’s really important that your videos offer solutions and educate visitors. That means you should be able to answer any questions that your visitors might have. That way, it’s very easy for you to gain credibility just like most of casino Australia[2] do.

Be Consistent

You can’t expect to reap any rewards if you are not doing this constantly. Therefore, we suggest that you publish videos on your website consistently. Also, you want to make sure that you are not trying to rank for just one keyword with all your videos. That means you must be able to diversify.


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