While company owners may know that they need to use social media to promote their SEO efforts they may not understand that that this can also drive traffic to their website. This aspect of social media marketing can be just as important to any business as the SEO efforts are. After all, if you are not getting traffic to your website then you are not making any money no matter how high your ranking is. You need to know how to utilize Facebook to get people looking and buying what you are offering on your website. Below are some tips on how to drive traffic to your website using Facebook.
Real time social media is one of the newest emerging fields of Internet marketing. Social media marketing in real time is sometimes called newsjacking. Even though newsjacking has a negative connotation, the act of capitalizing on trending topics in the media is not negative when done correctly. As technology advances and tracking hashtags through social media becomes easier and more prevalent, real time marketing will continue to grow.
In the latest of our posts looking at how major brands use the four main social networks I’ve decided to turn the spotlight on Pepsi.
The drinks brand is forced to play second fiddle to Coca-Cola’s global dominance, and is unlikely to ever match its rival’s huge social following.
However it should still make an interesting case study, particularly with its long list of brand ambassadors. This post follows on from similar blogs looking at brands such as McDonald’s, Nike, Burberry and Walmart.So without further ado, here is a quick overview of how Pepsi use Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+...
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