The depth of Google+, with so many features and options for relationship building and content marketing, can make finding a tool to help test and refine your strategy quite difficult. Steady Demand Pro, when used daily, can pinpoint performance and opportunity.
The endgame of SEO is real people, readers, and users who are performing queries and reading content. However, social media is the actual venue where people are interacting today. Social users trust their social network for job recommendations, product purchases, personal encouragement, and news on current events.
It doesn’t really matter that Google doesn’t count your social signals, because you have an audience that is completely immune to any algorithm change.
Social media activity is an increasingly important factor in search rankings.
It’s no secret that the search engine optimization landscape has changed dramatically and the factors that influence high SEO rankings have changed as well. The reality is the web is now highly social, and this dramatically changes search. With so many highly evolved social media platforms, it’s hard to decipher which platforms have the most impact on SEO (see also: The Difference Between SEO and SEM).
In this article, we will dig into the world of modern SEO to see not just how social media affects search, but which social media platforms have the most impact on search optimization.
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Social Media SEO has become an important element in every marketer’s digital marketing funnel. Writing good content is not good enough to benefit your business with maximum exposure online.
Without using the social media search engine optimization process you will unlikely reach a wider audience for your content. Businesses often lag behind their competitor’s marketing sales because they failed to maximize their efforts in using the powerful influence of social media for building traffic and growing a website’s popularity online.
SEO and Google have been synonymous - while most SEO tactics and approaches are search engine agnostic, they often get tied to Google ranking. It's fairly obvious why this is the case - Google is the most popular search engine with 67.3 percent of market share according to comScore.
Google also addresses (and condemns) SEO efforts more frequently than toner engines. But SEO isn't just for Google, and really isn't just for search engines, either. Every social media network has some type of search functionality.
As social media usage has risen, so has the volume of searches on these networks (YouTube is the second largest search engine behind Google and Twitter receives 2.1 billion queries per day).
To understand what is popular, relevant, and credible, the search engines are turning to social media.
What is coming for SEO? 2014 and the few coming years will be dedicated to improving the quality of search and SEOs/digital marketers will need to expand their reach in order to remain ahead of search.
To summarize successful SEO will rely on:
- A better understanding of audiences at both global and personal levels;
- An optimized user journey across devices;
- Less and more user-centered, personalized content;
- The development of “real” expertise and authority;
-Being proactive in semantic web standards adoption and optimization.
In recent years, marketers and company owners could approach SEO and its value to Google and other search engines by producing quality, relevant content that would interest their audience. Unfortunately, with the rise of dishonest PageRank practices, it seems that producing that same quality, relevant content is no longer the most effective way to rank in the search engine arena.
A recent study revealed that 99% of brands are on Twitter. Although small businesses may have paved the way for Twitter marketing success, the world's largest brands are adopting the platform a both a customer service and marketing tool at an increasing rate.
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, Scoop.it will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.
Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.