Do video submissions help to increase traffic and ranking?

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  1. BlazeHagenes

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    Yes, Video Submission help us to increase traffic and ranking. It is a healthy practice that must be done in order to rank higher in the search engine page results. It is a part of off-page optimization and is an essential part of Search Engine Optimization. Benefits of Video Submission are as follows:-
    • Increases Brand Awareness
    • Generates Income
    • Inbound Links
    • Lead Generation
    • Share Video Globally
    • Increases Page rankings
    • Increases Traffic, etc.
     
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    Like most of the posts in this thread, you are wrong.
     
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    Yes, Video Submission plays a vital role in increasing traffic and ranking of a website. According to research, Video submission is one of the best SEO techniques to improve your rankings and also drive traffic to your blogs and website. However, it is crucial that you submit your videos to sites that have High PA, DA, Moz Rank, and Alexa Rank. Some of the Video Submission Sites are listed here,

    Top 5 High DA Free Video Submission Sites of 2019 are
    1. YouTube
    2. Vimeo
    3. Dailymotion
    4. Metacafe
    5. DropShots
     
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    No they don't.

    There may be some site that benefit but it's not vital. For example: Wikipedia and Amazon do just fine without video.
     

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