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10 Best Pinterest Practices | Jeffbullas's Blog

10 Best Pinterest Practices | Jeffbullas's Blog | AtDotCom Social media | Scoop.it

Pinterest is proving to be an extremely useful social media network for businesses to engage in. So why should you be be interested in Pinterest?


Recent new data is showing that it has now become the 4th largest referral network after passing Yahoo and now only sits behind Google, Facebook and Twitter.


Here are 10 tips from when it comes to Pinterest and your business:


1. Plan

  • Create a content strategy that is centered around the lifestyle of your target audience

2. Set Goals

  • Define your goals. Are you looking to create brand awareness? Drive traffic to you your website?

3. Align
  • Position your brand to align with popular, timely and topical conversations.
4. Optimize
  • Google LOVES Pinterest!
5. Engage
  • Pinterest is a social community that requires two-way engagement.

6. Organize
  • Sort your boards well. Also, while keywords are important, have a little fun with how you name your boards

7. Diversify
  • Pinterest is a great opportunity to reach all the segments of your audience.

8. Integrate
  • Be sure that the content on your website is easy to share.

9. Evaluate
  • Measure your success. What boards and pins are seeing the most “Likes,” and “Repins?”

10. Enjoy
  • Have fun with this awesomely visual medium.

By Suuny Rodriguez from ZOG Digital

Read more at jeffbullas.com



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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


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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.