Poor Me, No One Can Find My Business Online.

Poor Me, No One Can Find My Business Online.

by Josh Peak on July 26, 2011 · 4 comments

Here is a short video tutorial I did today.

I created it in between meetings, and tried to keep it short and sweet.

I have been getting this question from lots of friends, potential clients, network marketing buddies, etc.

When folks find out you own an Online Advertising Agency and Media Company… and having great results… you become like an attorney. Everyone wants free advice. For me, I love to give back, as I have been given MUCH!!

Here is the question, “How do I find out what keywords get traffic, and how do I unmask my competition?” In other words, you want to be in front of the eyeballs, right? You want your website to be number one. But, if it’s not on the right keyword, or the keyword gets no traffic…it would be similar to having a billboard with your business on it… in the middle of rural Oklahoma on a country road…
No One SEES It!!

So here is the video, and below it are the links I mentioned that will help you out:

1) Google Keyword Tool, this shows you how much traffic keywords are getting on Google.

2) Youtube Keyword Tool, and this shows how much traffic keywords are getting on Youtube.

3) My Secret Tool (not anymore), for unmasking competitors online.

(Yes, #3 is an affiliate link, and if you buy it… I get paid. It is America, and capitalism is great… but we still have to put in disclaimers).

If you have questions, please comment below. I love when folks add to the conversation.

Josh Peak

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tyler pierson July 27, 2011 at 1:12 am

great stuff Josh – thanks for the info and I will be in touch. Ty

Josh Peak July 28, 2011 at 11:39 pm


Let’s talk soon, ok?

Are we friends on Facebook yet?

Add me at http://www.facebook.com/joshpeaktraining


Al Kauder August 9, 2011 at 12:51 pm


Thank you for the information. Very helpful. I will share it with my clients (sales organizations with 1 to 5,000 salespeople) as well as investigate it for use in my computer.


Josh Peak August 9, 2011 at 1:00 pm


Your welcome!

What type of company do you own?


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