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19 COMMENTS

  1. Hi Darrel and thanks for this video. Question. Why won't Google rank a webpage for a cafe in a small town (1000 people). If I search "cafe name" in "city" it still won't show the link to the website. There's no competition so I don't see why Google wouldn't rank it higher.

  2. Hi Darrel. Thanks for the video 🙂 I have 2 questions:
    1st: how long do you think for "business consulting services" – "business advisor"

    2nd: Do you know any similar method to find companies which will do it for you but in Spanish?

    Thanks!!

  3. ok question. I know you can hire someone but what do they actually do and can A site owner do it them selves? cud you make or send me a video that shows how to rank ourselves? Is it worth it to pay rather then do the work yourself?

  4. Hi Darrel,
    Great video!

    I run a small jewelry website in Denmark, that are very niche-based. What are your experience with non-English sites and the use of Indian SEO companies? Normally the recommendations for back-links to a Danish website (.dk domain) is that a large part of the links must come from .dk domains. Or?

    I guess that most of the back-links from an Indian company is from English-based sites.

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