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How Social Media Marketing And Traditional Marketing Are Different

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How Social Media Marketing And Traditional Marketing Are DifferentBusiness 2 Community... and Traditional Marketing are Different.

This is the 3rd in a series explaining how social media marketing and traditional marketing differ. Last week, a side by side comparison of the 16 differences between social media marketing and traditional marketing were posted. Earlier this week, a great infographic designed for CMOs (Chief Marketing Officers) showing the differences between social media and traditional media was highlighted.

Here's another infographic with a slightly different take on the differences between social media marketing and traditional marketing...


Via Siarhei Mardovich, Lauren Moss
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The Best Kept SEO Secret: How to Find and Target Long-Tail SEO Keywords

The Best Kept SEO Secret: How to Find and Target Long-Tail SEO Keywords | AtDotCom Social media | Scoop.it

'Long-tail keywords are highly specific search phrases with low search volume, which communicate a certain searcher intent clearly. Because of their specificity, long-tails are usually three or more words long. 


This post will show you why long-tails are unbeatable sources of targeted traffic, and share a simple framework you can use to research long-tail keywords, optimize your pages for them, and start growing rankings'.


Read More: https://www.link-assistant.com/news/long-tail-keywords.html?fb_comment_id=672388386219529_676412355817132


Via Antonino Militello, Stan Smith
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donhornsby's curator insight, March 1, 8:55 AM
As you optimize your pages for the newly found long-tails, remember to regularly measure your rankings and traffic for the terms so you can see which of your tactics are working best.