A Phoenix haboob that towers over the sky may have a funny name, but this extreme dust storm is no joke. The “haboob” – which is a type of very intense dust storm that can fully cloud the horizon with dust – in Phoenix has had its photos go viral this week, while video of the haboob has similarly been a hit on social media, UPI reports this Tuesday, Aug. 27.
YouTube ranks very well in the search engines, so when you add your video to YouTube and have done proper keyword research then there is a good chance that video will rank on the 1st page Google.com for that particular keyword. There you will be able to add your website in the description box pointing back to your website and the large amount of web traffic you receive to your video can then backlink to your website.
Another benefit is SEO. SEO is how likely you are to get searches from google leading to your website. If you have videos, they tend to rank easy and often. In fact, Google incorporates a spot for videos right at the top of search results so people will find them easier. Imagine if you could get 1000s of targeted prospects to your site every month. Good, viral videos can make it happen.
And in the UK, they’ve been scrambling to get the video taken down by reporting it for alleged trademark infringement. But for every link that leads to a “This video is no longer available due to a trademark claim by a third party” notice, more links to the commercial itself keep popping up.
With the popularity of video sites, Viral News marketing is also an effective way to send viral traffic. This is easier said than done as creating a berita viral is not for the faint hearted! You will need extreme creative juices and hit the button of the viewers.
Keep focused and have goals when you first start working with internet marketing. Don’t give up before you see success. You may be a step or two away from successful internet marketing when you give up. Before launching any sort of site, make sure you have thoroughly planned your strategy. Sometimes this takes intensive work. Remember, though, that it takes time and money to earn money.
There is little doubt that Paul Schene will no longer be employed at the King County Sheriff’s Office. With that video on his resume, it is doubtful he will find employment as a law enforcement officer again. The public should hope not.