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I’ve been using video submitted to the top video sites to drive traffic to a number of my blogs and sites for a few months now and the results have been very good, to say the least.

As an example, at the time of writing, if you do a search in google for optimised ping list there are around 1,850,000 results and the 1st position is one of my videos on Revver that shows how to use the best optimised ping list.

here’s a screen shot in case the position has changed by the time you read this post, although I’m hoping it doesn’t anytime soon. 🙂

optimised ping list

the only “potential” down side with this method of getting traffic to your blogs and websites is that manually submitting your videos to a wholebunch of video sites can take a LONG while, fortunatly there is a simple and unexpensive solution.

I’ve decided it’s high time for me to do some testing on some of these “new fangled” web 2.0 tactics for getting traffic.

As I’ve been doing videos for some time now to help show people how to do simple web stuff (check out I thought I might as well make use of them.

Note: I’ve also made use of some of the video to make a “Brandable” blog setup guide to test out “Viral Marketing”, see

So I started submitting some of the videos to youtube and google video.

I got some visits and some hits through to my site, although not many, probably because my videos are on “boring”, practical stuff like how to add an email account in cpanel and update nameservers, rather than police car chases, collapsing buildings and ladies with unfeasably large chests…


I also discovered that it can suck up quite a lot of time just doing the submissions, which was putting me off submitting to other video sites where my videos might be more “popular”.

So I decided to invest in a Video Submission tool to upload the videos automatically to a whole bunch of sites.