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Search Engine Optimization / Re: working of google spiders
« Last post by Amin Motin on June 14, 2018, 04:42:28 AM »
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Main crawlers of google and other search engine are same or different?

Some crawlers (or bots) are designed to steal content. They are not all used exclusively by search engines.

As far as search engines go they all have a fairly similar need - to locate your site pages, understand the content and then add the page to the search index (unless the site is blacklisted or something like that).

If you're concerned about getting the best indexing you can add a sitemap file to your site. Most search engine crawlers/bots will look for that and use the information in it to determine what's on your site. There are various utilities that can produce such sitemaps, or you can create them by hand.

If you have a Google webmaster account you can even submit a sitemap within that, for your own domains.
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Search Engine Optimization / Re: working of google spiders
« Last post by amirah on June 13, 2018, 08:52:03 PM »
Google has their own crawling bot that is sent out to crawl billions of websites daily.
Spider friendly sites are the ones that have relevant and quality links on them. Google bot only crawls links, don’t expect the bot to put in login details, if your page cannot be accessed by a link the bot would not see it let alone crawl it. There’s no fixed time for the spider to crawl your website, but it does not do it in real time. Understand that the entire Google algorithm and how things work is extremely private information available only to Google’s team.

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TubeSnooper / Re: Amazing Domain Names!
« Last post by Amin Motin on June 13, 2018, 07:23:51 AM »
The wonderful thing about internet marketing is that no matter how good a tool or technique is, the vast majority of people will never do the work to make the most of it.

The reason that's so good?

It means that your real competition is way lower than you might expect!

You don't have to compete with the whole world to succeed online.

Those who succeed are the ones who take action and keep taking action. We see it time and again and again.

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TubeSnooper / Re: Amazing Domain Names!
« Last post by Jonathan Leger on June 13, 2018, 06:59:04 AM »
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It's really hard to come across a domain that is the only one in the description in a video with high views. Normally they are in a list.

Add to that, it's very hard to find one that happens to have some external value to it on its own....like a generic, sensible name. And one that is without any potential legal issues in the future.

Any domain worth their salt would surely be renewed. Those that were not are usually the crappy ones.

That's why you have to do the legwork to find the good ones. If you give up just because 9 out of 10 aren't worth it, you'll miss out on the ones like Meg just mentioned (and the ones I've already mentioned). Tube Snooper gives you a HUGE head start, but it still requires you to do a bit of research and analysis.

Success takes work. It's an unavoidable fact.

Jon
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TubeSnooper / Re: Amazing Domain Names!
« Last post by Meg on June 12, 2018, 10:30:58 PM »
Last night, I went through the Wikipedia domains, to look very closely at the high trust ones. Yes, many cannot be used by me because they are names of pop groups or trademarks. But I found one that intrigued me. It was about a dead person. I have a website already in existence that an article on that person could be added to. I have commissioned an article and will direct that domain straight to that article. That will instantly provide trust, referring domains and backlinks. I bought another domain the other day and started a new website. The backlinks immediately showed up for that site, even though it wasn't even indexed in Google or by the seo engines.
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TubeSnooper / Re: Amazing Domain Names!
« Last post by gomedia on June 12, 2018, 11:26:32 AM »
Wikipedia has been completely parsed for expired domains. It will be downloaded and parsed again soon, as new domains come and go all the time.

As for the rest, you have to do your research as I've already indicated. Don't just register domains because they have high views on YouTube. Make sure the domain is important to the video(s) and highlighted in the video description.

Hi Jon,

It's really hard to come across a domain that is the only one in the description in a video with high views. Normally they are in a list.

Add to that, it's very hard to find one that happens to have some external value to it on its own....like a generic, sensible name. And one that is without any potential legal issues in the future.

Any domain worth their salt would surely be renewed. Those that were not are usually the crappy ones.

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TubeSnooper / Re: Amazing Domain Names!
« Last post by Jonathan Leger on June 12, 2018, 07:30:04 AM »
Wikipedia has been completely parsed for expired domains. It will be downloaded and parsed again soon, as new domains come and go all the time.

As for the rest, you have to do your research as I've already indicated. Don't just register domains because they have high views on YouTube. Make sure the domain is important to the video(s) and highlighted in the video description.
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TubeSnooper / Re: Amazing Domain Names!
« Last post by aaronmartirano on June 12, 2018, 07:10:50 AM »
You're welcome Meg. I'm glad you're finding great domains. I check the lists each day (they're automated and ever-growing) and it always amazes me at what's available and what Tube Snooper users have been able to snap up for themselves.

I have more lists and benefits in progress, too. We'll announce those when they're ready. :)

Question 1 is it just me or has the Wiki domain search tool stopped working completely ? Im only seeing about 4-5 new domains aday and my lst new wiki domain that was added was from the 9th and nothing new , has the software stopped working as the last two week almost no movement in the wiki domain lists ,

Question 2 would it not be a simple code edit to be able see witch you tube channels views have risen ? and I have been finding a few that the backlinks we are seeing are not from the video description that are from within the comments and not going to driving any traffic , so far I love the tool for finding domains but the traffic aspect is seriously flawed as I have bought some of the highest traffic domains from tubesnooper and the results are not proving as of yet to match as I have stats on them all and 404 redirects running as well the catch all incoming to the domain as have to say that data and the results I am getting live seem to be at odds 

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TubeSnooper / Re: Amazing Domain Names!
« Last post by gomedia on June 12, 2018, 05:01:49 AM »
It does not seem like getting those domains with traffic is going to be easy at all. Might be wasting a lot of money on a lot of duds before even coming across one that has even a few hundred visitors in a month.

I found another one that is generic enough to reuse (without any worries about the previous owner coming back for it), with 17 million views across many videos, and the videos still get traffic judging from the comments (some were new). Has a Facebook page with 1.7k likes and..............so far from my testing, only getting maybe 1 visitor a day.

Pinterest domains (with traffic) are very, very rare, especially if you are looking for something in your chosen niches.
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TubeSnooper / Re: Amazing Domain Names!
« Last post by Jonathan Leger on June 10, 2018, 05:49:40 AM »
I can tell you that there are many domains that drive traffic. You just have to do a bit of legwork.

Make sure that the video is still getting regular comments, which means it's still growing in views.

Also make sure that the domain is highlighted in the video description. Not only just one in the middle of a bunch of others but that attention is drawn to it. It's best if the link to it is visible without having to hit the "more" link.

I've registered domains that have generated hundreds of visitors in just a few days, and that's without millions of views for the videos.

Don't just register everything in the list that has a lot of views. Be smart about it.

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