Learn how we outranked Amazon, Today, and GNC within 90 days.
Dr. Josh Axe founded the Exodus Health Center in 2008, DrAxe.com in 2009, and Axe Organic Supplements in 2015. Dr. Axe is a leader in the nutrition and supplements industry, possessing a wealth of knowledge in areas including advanced nutrition, superfoods, and superior diet cleanses. He is passionate about helping his clients gain a better understanding of food and nutrition and how these factors affect the human body. On Dr. Axe’s syndicated radio show, he engages with his followers and listeners every week.
Dr. Axe has also been the official physician for American Olympic and University of Michigan athletes and featured on NBC and Fox. It’s no surprise that Dr. Axe’s web presence generates over 250,000 monthly visits, making it one of the most popular natural health websites in the world. Dr. Axe is now reaching out to the masses through his podcast, interviewing experts and answering questions from his followers around the world.
VELOX utilized proven SEO and Paid Management practices to help Dr. Axe improve online sales revenue by leveraging authoritative and high-quality link-building and AdWords campaigns.
Dr. Axe and his products compete in an increasingly competitive marketplace, widely considered to be the next trillion-dollar industry. The road to #1 was littered with companies which already held the organic search positions needed to achieve the revenue potential required. VELOX focused on the informational supersite and helped monetize traffic to its store to catapult eCommerce revenue.
The New Revenue Potential Model we put together before launching this campaign projected
per month in new revenue with a #1 rank on both search phrases.
after reaching #1 on Google, Yahoo, and Bing
Dr. Axe launched 2 brand new products called Bone Broth Protein and Bone Broth Powder. The difference between a #5 rank and a #1 rank is literally 5X more monthly revenue. VELOX Media only took 90 days to capture #1 and #2 ranks on two search phrases for this new product, which had no ranking when we started.
To capture #1 we had to outrank: