I’ve met Brian D. Hawkins through the blogosphere by seeing him run in circles containing mutual friends. He runs HotBlogTips.com, which is designed to help bloggers from beginning to advanced levels succeed with their websites.
Having a blog is the first step to an efficient content strategy. Unfortunately, many bloggers quickly give up posting disappointed by low response. I would like to share with you technics and tips that have worked for my blog to be successful.
"People are more likely to trust a recommendation from a friend or a family member than by a search engine. This means that if the search engines aren’t embracing social media, they are going to lose out big time.
With this, Google integrated social media into their core search algorithm and in 2010, the famous Matt Cutts announced that Google is using “social signals” in their search algorithm, and they have been doing this for a while. Social signals play an important part in increasing website traffic and to obtain organic rankings and have been doing so for a while, but many are only starting to realize this now.
What does this mean? It means that SEO has evolved once again and is now working hand in hand with social media".
The “secret” to more sales is as simple as understanding just what your buyer wants (and expects) from your business.
We are all different, but in many instances our brains are prone to react in a similar manner.
Understanding these subtleties in the human mind can help your business find creative ways to ethically move more buyers towards saying “Yes!” to your products or services.
In this Infographic are 10 studies that reveal such insights into the minds of your customers.
1. Setting Minimums Helps Customers Break Through Action
2. Create Better Brand Engagement by Labeling Customers
3. Learn How to Sell to Your 3 Types of Buyers 4. Admit to Shortcomings in Order to Highlight Your Strengths 5. Implement Urgency… the Smart Way! 6. Appeal to the Need for Immediate Satisfaction 7. Don’t Be Afraid to Make an Enemy 8. Stand for Something that Customers Support 9. Create Persuasive Arguments by Playing Devil’s Advocate
Social Media has started to play a role in your search engine results. Your social posts can now increase your visibility on SERP's.
Social Search Optimization (SSO) is a practice in which social media content i.e. tweets, Facebook posts, Instagram photos, etc. are all included within the internet database to be searched.
The purpose of this approach to improve search engine results is multi-faceted. One advantage is it provides a body of records regarding an individual’s past searches and social media actions to the search engine.