The Department of Marketing Releases Post On The Importance of SEO and YouTube

The Department of Marketing has issued a new blog post centered around the importance of YouTube and SEO in marketing campaigns. You can read the full article at

The Department of Marketing has published a new article entitled “YouTube and Google: An SEO Match Made in Digital Marketing Heaven”, which breaks down the most important aspects of search engine optimization (SEO) for SEO gurus, who may be interested in innovating YouTube into their campaign, plus those interested in expanding their SEO or inbound-link building through Youtube and Google. Those interested in reading the full article can visit

The article includes several interesting pieces of information, one, in particular, is how vital video content can be, especially from Youtube. This can help boost engagement among organizations’ campaigns and ultimately increase viewership. While SEO gurus flock toward information like this, it can be of importance to business owners looking to expand their knowledge amongst the digital marketing domain, because the combined efforts of YouTube and Google set the brands apart and ultimately led these companies to take over the SEO world.

An important piece of information the article tries to convey and communicate is why adding videos to a marketing campaign is vital to inbound link-building. The best example of this is perhaps found in the following extract:

“In October 2006, Google acquired YouTube, creating a huge opportunity for business exposure on the number two search engine on the internet. With combined efforts by both companies, SEO and overall brand presence on the channel can potentially improve both your inbound marketing and your customer-driven conversations and engagement.”

In discussing the article’s creation, Toa Maivia, Author at DofM said:

“The importance of YouTube and SEO is crucial in building an effective marketing campaign. The DofM can help you understand ways to integrate videos into the next campaign.” continues to welcomes comments and questions from readers, in relation to the article, as they are intent on providing clients with cutting-edge trends and tactics to spice up a client’s next marketing campaign, due to The Department of Marketing being committed to providing excellent customer service.

Anyone who has a specific question about a past, present, or future article can contact DofM via their website at

The complete article is available to view in full at

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