See on Scoop.it - All Things Social - A Social Media Magazine You probably have already heard that Social Media is the new SEO, too. The reason isn’t rocket science. Major search engines are focused...
What do social signals have to do with your SEO campaign? Maybe more than you think. And the divide between SEO and social media seems to shrink every day.
Google and Bing have both confirmed that social indicators are becoming increasingly important and that they are already being used to some degree, to create ranking results.
Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ are the most important to Google and, unsurprisingly, Google+ leads the way in helping to promote a site in Google rankings.
Choose your social sites wisely, integrate your efforts within your own site, and conduct some competitor analysis on the top performers in your industry. Then try these six techniques to improve your social indicators.
There are many schools of thought and methodologies defining what inbound marketing should look like. Most of them position content marketing, social media marketing and SEO as the core of inbound marketing. From a 20,000-foot view, this has definite merit. However, with the right technology, enough content, well-developed personae and a good understanding of the brand, inbound marketing strategy can be much more stratified and robust.
"In this session at PubCon Las Vegas, I speak about how one can impact their overall search visibility utilizing social media. The two are becoming more inter-twinned each and every day. While search marketing used to consist of good on-page SEO (title tags, meta data, etc.), now there are links and social signals that are also needed for one to experience good organic search visibility.
So, where are we currently at with regard to effective search/social media marketing strategies"?
In 2011 social media marketing continued to make its impact. Google+ was launched (with an investment of over $500 million in development costs), Twitter became embedded in the new Apple iPhone 4s and Blogging didn't die.
Social Media - Engaging your customers online requires more than just being on the same social networks they are on. You first need to determine what your goals are for social media, how ...
Marty Note I'm all for planning, but remember to plan in a certain amount of "Will respond" time in any social media camapign. Social is a conversation. I know you've heard that idea over and over, but its practical expression is to build in response time to any social plan. Don't just lecture, listen too.
See on Scoop.it - All Things Social - A Social Media Magazine What do social signals have to do with your SEO campaign? Maybe more than you think. And the divide between SEO and social media seems to...
10. INNOVATE Social media is a low-cost way to test content and response. It doesn’t require commitment, other than consistent content and engagement. When you’re able to measure important aspects of...
You probably have already heard that Social Media is the new SEO, too. The reason isn’t rocket science. Major search engines are focused on delivering the best possible search experience to their users.
Otherwise, they cease to become “major” search engines. That being the premise — sites offering more relevant content get more visibility in the SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages).
The power of social media to collapse sentiment and move the voter dial among a decisive constituency became painfully evident this past Tuesday night at the debate with Mitt Romney’s blundering remark “binders full of women.” During the debate it...
Infographics are all the rage at the moment, particularly with the rise in popularity of sites like Pinterest where visuals and images of statistics are being shared.Inforgraphics are visual representation of data with small, relevant and clearly displayed nuggets of information. But infographics are not just useful to consume, they are also useful to produce for your business. People want their information quicker and using visuals are an excellent way to do this. Their eye-catching appeal draws more attraction than your average blog. Comprising interesting facts presented in a concise nature will maintain the attention of your readers, plus it’s good to break up your blog with different types of content (video, articles, visuals etc)
How do you create an infographic? What are inforgraphics? Top 16 Tools to create Inforgraphics
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