Top 5 YouTube Video SEO Gigs on Source Market

Dino Gomez in New York video recording

How I Snagged 8 of the top 10 positions on Google in 15 Minutes

Here’s my story. I uploaded a video, The Top 5 Local SEO Gigs, to YouTube.  Then I went to Source Market and bought 5 different gigs.

I spent about $30 (probably less) and within 10 days had 8/10 top positions on Google for my target keyword. On top of that my video is ranking on page 1 of Google for about 8 other variations of that keyword phrase.

In total it only took me about 15 minutes to order these gigs. Now that is some kind of crazy and awesome result.

Let me show you exactly how I did that, free of course.

Ya’ll better leave me a comment, a thumbs up, or a thank you. Pshhh. 🙂


Gig #1: 100 Youtube Video Embeds – Recommend buying the $5 gig extra for indexing and a power up.

Gig #2: 250 Article Sites, 300 Social Signals, and 125 web 2.0s – no gig extra necessary.

Gig #3: PBN Embed, 50 Web 2.0 embeds, and social signals – no gig extra necessary.

Gig #4: 1000 YouTube views, 50 likes, 50 subscribers, & 5 comments – no gig extra necessary. 

Gig #5: Wirecast Upload – Recommend buying the $7 gig extra for brand new YouTube channel. 

  • @neil_pommier:disqus Awesome to hear that man. These video gigs can do the exact same for keyword phrases with 4 or more words in the phrase in most markets.

  • Dawn

    What about 2 or 3 word keywords?

    • Hey Dawn, it’s really dependent on your industry. So in the example I gave, my video is alway ranking for the “3 word” variation, “Local SEO gigs”. I would at the very least target 3 keywords. The first video you do I would go after a “4” word keyword phrase.

  • George Nance

    Great information! Is there a pecking order for these gigs? If so which gig comes first, second & so on? Or do you just order all gigs at same time?
    Again great info & thanks for direct links to gigs!!!

    • Hey George. No order for these gigs. I order them all in one batch. No need to drip them out. I would say once your videos hit page 1 every few months order another new syndication gig to keep them at the top.

      • George Nance

        Hey Dino, thanks for prompt response! Again this is awesome. Plan to use these tips.

  • Elsa Schonle

    I never heard of source market, and i’m searching for cheap SEO services for a while now thanks for updating me!

  • Steve Grandfil

    nice mate you did provide us with direct links, this sounds and looks awesome gota try it by myself, thanks once again!

  • Charles Davis

    This is really huge, it’s like secret stuff, there are many people that call themselves Seo guru etc but most stuff doesn’t work, this is simple and easy

  • Nick Mahstis

    This is really cheap, you can’t afford most SEO services for less than 50$ and the quality is not the best, this is great for such small amount to have such big impact

    • Great way to land a client after you send them a proposal to show them the proof!

  • Ben aflick

    This method is really fast in 10 days you can’t do it barely anywhere i’m glad it worked for you hope i see the same results 😀

  • Painkillerz

    Is it really simple like this just order five different gigs and you are ready to go? I’m really in doubt about this….

    • As long as the keyword has “4” or more words. These 5 gigs almost always rank it. Some exceptions apply for ridiculously competitive niches.

  • Marcus Hanzheim

    Dino thanks for the awesome tips, i really like that you are so kind to give them away for free, this is really legit and hope you keep us updated, it’s such an inspiration to read your posts, Thanks once again!

  • Bosh Panme

    Dino once again great stuff ! I have a few questions:

    1) Is there a way to find if the keywords im trying to rank for are too difficult or not?

    2) Im kinda confused. Should i first do the wirecast upload of my video and then send the other 4 gigs using the wirecasted youtube link ? And also wouldnt it be preferable that the wirecast upload be through my personal account, since we are a brand…?

    • HI Bosh, that’s correct. First do Wirecast upload and then the other gigs. It is preferable to do wirecast thru your own channel if you feel comfortable trusting the seller with your login information. If so then yes that would be ideal. Regarding difficulty it depends how quickly and what type of money you have to spend on ranking a video. If you choose a keyword phrase that is “4 +” words long; you can rank with fewer gigs & faster. The best way to tell competition is by doing the same keyword search on YouTube. If the first few page of video results has your keyword “exact match” in the title; then it is competitive. If the keyword only has a few videos with your keyword in the title; then of course it’s less competitive. Hope this helps!

  • Jason Lewis

    Dino, newbie here. If I start a you tube channel for my agency and i have multiple clients, is it safe to upload all the various client videos on one channel. or is there another way to have multiple channels. Thanks

    • Hi @disqus_EDWueertKZ:disqus normally you would request from your client their login to their YouTube channel for which to upload new videos for their business. That way they retain the videos. Many SEOS do create a generic YouTube channel that they use to upload videos that are specifically going to try to rank in Google. That way the SEO owns the video regardless of the relationships. Really depends what your client expects and what you offer in terms of service. I would not however upload client videos directly to your own agency channel as that reveals a lot of who you are working with. Hope this helps. Cheers,

      • Jason Lewis

        Thanks for the reply. just starting out and all the knowledge is overwhelming and pulling me in a hundred directions, but your information is on point and direct. no fluff. do you have a training program other than all the great info you give away for free. Thank God I found your site!

  • Matt Pearce

    Hey Dean,

    I randomly found your site and noticed your recommendation of my gig on SourceMarket (WireCast Upload), and wanted to say “thank you.” You have an awesome and informative site.

    Keep up the Good Work,

  • Charles Hoag

    Hey Dino, I caught this video somehow directly on Youtube where there are no links, but I started a long drawn out search to find them…. and then I found this post with the links but Becker has turned SourceMarket upside down with an upgrade and nothing is working to well over there as far as finding the guys you mentioned. Any chance that you will update your links here… give us the vendor names or something like that? And please test them too, since none of your links here are valid any more. Thanks a TON Dean, because this is like being the wizard behind the curtain but at this moment there are a bunch of new curtains, haha