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How To Get To The Top of a Social Media Search Page: Keywords | KISSmetrics

How To Get To The Top of a Social Media Search Page: Keywords | KISSmetrics | Prionomy | Scoop.it

From the article: "Many consumers have now discovered that they can use social networks to actually find a company that deals with the product or service they need. 

 

So how can your company get to the top of a social media search page?

 

By using keywords. 

 

Here are some of the places and different ways you can use keywords on your social media pages.

 

#1: Find the right keywords for your social media accounts:

it’s important to realize that the keywords you decide to use will be different for different social media accounts. It is not a “one keyword fits all” operation. 

 

#2: Use the keyword in photo captions:

The goal is to use keywords on your social media site whenever possible. One of the first things you can do is use these keywords to describe your company photos.

 

#3: Use your keyword when linking and tagging webpages:

Social media keywords generally work best with sites such as LinkedIn and Facebook, but this ideas works just as well when it comes to Twitter.

 

#4: Include the keyword in your headline...

 

#5: Include your keyword in your summary and “about” section..."

 

Read the full article http://j.mp/w97lmm 

 

(Curated by Giuseppe Mauriello)

 

 


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The Complete Google+ SEO Guide

The Complete Google+ SEO Guide | Prionomy | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Here is a truly comprehensive Google+ SEO guide which covers every aspect of Google+ and how it impacts your visibility inside search results.

 

Key sections in this guide include:

 

Google+ Search Facets Google+ Search Results Google+ People and Pages Results Google+ Search Spam Search+ People and Pages Google+ Posts Google +1 Button Google+ Social Snippets Google+ Content Google+ Formatting Google+ Brand Pages Google+ Authorship Google+ Influence Circle Count

Three key takeaways:

 

1) Google+ search results are personalized but through some crowdsourcing I’ve been able to determine the search signals.

The most important signal is whether the query term appears in the Introduction, Employment, Education or Places lived section of your profile. Danny Sullivan rarely shows up in a search for SEO because he doesn’t have the term in any of those fields.

 

2) People and Pages are defined, curated lists of people by topic. That means there’s nothing you can really do to optimize for these slots.

 

3) Panda separated low-quality and high-quality sites. AuthorRank would do the same for people and their associated content. As the tidal wave of digital content roars in Google’s ears finding ways to sort the good from the bad quickly will be of increasing importance. Content without Authorship could become a second-class citizen.

 

It is indeed a must-read. 9/10


Full guide: http://www.blindfiveyearold.com/google-plus-seo  


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How To Leverage The Google Plus Box: Key Ranking Factors Report

How To Leverage The Google Plus Box: Key Ranking Factors Report | Prionomy | Scoop.it

From the article intro: "Google Search Plus Your World builds traffic a bunch of ways.

 

The best (so far) is the ‘Plus Box’: The Google Plus Box.

 

...

 

Question is, how does Google decide which pages and profiles get that coveted spot?

 

Also, how does Google decide which search queries get the plus box, and which ones don’t?

 

Key takeaways:

 

The top factors for plus box placement appear to be, from most to least important:

Reach Circle membership Freshness Post frequency (if your posts are good) Average plus ones per post Re-shares and replies (comments) per pos And, Google’s far more likely to show a plus box for broad concepts with low commercial intent, versus niche terms with high commercial intent

Here’s what I recommend you do, if you want your best shot at an organic placement for your plus profile:

Circle influential people with big circle membership. Comment on and re-share their stuff. Post frequently. At least a few times a day.  Try to gain relevance for the non-commodity term that fits your industry. “Design”, not “Designer”. “Fashion”, not “Jeans”."

If you want to check out an in-depth report, that leveraged also the contribution of other 40 SEO experts, provides lost of detailed info and stats, I do suggest you take a dive into this interesting report from Ian Lurie.

Very informative. 9/10 

 

Full report: http://www.conversationmarketing.com/2012/02/google-plus-box-ranking-factors-report.htm 


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How To Get To The Top of a Social Media Search Page: Keywords | KISSmetrics

How To Get To The Top of a Social Media Search Page: Keywords | KISSmetrics | Prionomy | Scoop.it

From the article: "Many consumers have now discovered that they can use social networks to actually find a company that deals with the product or service they need. 

 

So how can your company get to the top of a social media search page?

 

By using keywords. 

 

Here are some of the places and different ways you can use keywords on your social media pages.

 

#1: Find the right keywords for your social media accounts:

it’s important to realize that the keywords you decide to use will be different for different social media accounts. It is not a “one keyword fits all” operation. 

 

#2: Use the keyword in photo captions:

The goal is to use keywords on your social media site whenever possible. One of the first things you can do is use these keywords to describe your company photos.

 

#3: Use your keyword when linking and tagging webpages:

Social media keywords generally work best with sites such as LinkedIn and Facebook, but this ideas works just as well when it comes to Twitter.

 

#4: Include the keyword in your headline...

 

#5: Include your keyword in your summary and “about” section..."

 

Read the full article http://j.mp/w97lmm 

 

(Curated by Giuseppe Mauriello)

 

 


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