From the article: "I find Twitter the most essential social media tool for Internet Marketers on many levels, mainly because of its search API.
Unlike Facebook's and Google Plus's non-existent search options, Twitter makes it easy to go through the huge amounts of updates being published every minute and find those which are relevant (and important) to your brand.
Twitter search is priceless for various tasks:
- Track updates from any niche conference or event (through the official hashtag). In this particular case, archiving is very essential because your archive will let you find testimonials for your next event or quotes for your event coverage, etc.
- Monitor most recent link building opportunities. I for one use Twitter search to instantly react to niche guest posting invites;
- Monitor your own brand mentions (both linked and unlinked). Here's one post I did previously on awesome Twitter search operators that let you filter out all the clutter and track only very essential brand mentions (for example, filter out Twitter updates that contain links and only listen to "real" conversations);
- Keep an eye on your competitors and how they are doing on Twitter (for example, find negative mentions and be there to offer a better alternative)
- Identify active users and influencers within your niche (and get connected to them).
The free Google Spreadsheet I am reviewing in this article can help you with all the above tasks: it collects tweets, archives them and lets you analyze them! [..]"
If you like Social Media and have not heard of Pinterest yet, you probably took a loooong vacation. Some say it is growing as fast as Facebook; some are already fed up with it but nobody seems indifferent.
Including Scoop.it users who more and more share their scoops on Pinterest
This Top 100 Social Media Guide lists the most popular social media sites for marketing your business. Using this list, you can determine which sites to target and how to engage with them to earn mindshare, branding, customers and links.
Giuseppe Mauriello: This is an article by Neil Patel, the co-founder of KISSmetrics, published from SEOmoz Blog about semantic keyword research to help you focus your content and and improve your rankings.
Here is some key points that I excerpted from the article intro:
"From Google’s Panda, Search Plus Your World and Venice updates, in the last year alone the SEO landscape has changed. And while that means your SEO strategy will change, too, there is one thing that remains the same…keywords.
Keywords remain important to your content and link strategies.
But there is one change coming down the Google pipeline that will change keywords…semantic search technology and the human element.
Semantic search is technology that tries to determine what users mean when they type in a certain keyword.
In your SEO campaigns semantic search means you will have to identify the right keywords based upon user intent in the real world…and then create content around those terms.
Having a database of semantic keywords to create high-converting blog posts is one advantage…but there are other benefits:
- Higher click-through rate...
- Lower minimum bids...
- Higher quality score...
Employing a semantic keyword plan is crucial. But how do you come up with those keywords? Here are five approaches to use…including recommended tools.
1) Using Google advanced search...
2) Semantic keyword research with bookmarking tags...
3) Building a semantic keyword cloud through social monitoring tools...
4) Optimizing semantic keywords around trends...
5) Gathering semantic keywords through social search...
Keep in mind that as much as semantic keyword research is about finding actual keywords you can use in your SEO campaigns…it’s just as much about building a complete profile of your target customer. And the better you can understand your target customer the better your campaign results will be!..."
Each element is analyzed with more information, examples and many tools.
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