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BIG DATA 3. "Microsoft en sait plus sur les médicaments que les labos"

BIG DATA 3. "Microsoft en sait plus sur les médicaments que les labos" | Reputation Management | Scoop.it
Troisième partie de notre entretien avec Viktor Mayer-Schönberger qui explore le
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Viktor Mayer-Schönberger : La quantité d’information double tous les trois ans. D’autant qu’en l’an 2000, seulement un bit d’information sur 4 était sous forme numérique, alors qu’aujourd’hui, 98% de l’information est numérique.

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Social Media vs. SEO – Which Is More Important

Social Media vs. SEO – Which Is More Important | Reputation Management | Scoop.it

Two of the most important factors for any growing online business are SEO and social media marketing. But is one more important than the other? Should you put more time and energy into one and not the other? Which can make a bigger difference on your bottom line? Let’s explore some of these questions, shall we?


=> SEO Is More Important for Raw Traffic
SEO will get you more traffic up front than social media will. Though social media is gaining more and more traction every day, they still don’t come close to what a number one ranking can do for your site in terms of raw traffic. On the other hand, top search rankings are hard to achieve. They can often take months, even years. They take a lot of time investment and often a lot of monetary investment as well. SEO is a longer-term strategy than social media. You might get more traffic overall than social media, but it takes more effort and has a randomness factor as well. You don’t know if it’ll actually work, unless you hire a guru or an SEO company – and even then, there’s no guarantee WHEN it will happen or how long you’ll stay at #1.


=> Social Media is More Important for Reputation
On the other hand, social media is free. It’s easy to manage and doesn’t take months before you see results. That said, you won’t see the same kind of traffic that you’d get from a number one ranking search listing. Social media has a lot of side benefits that go beyond the raw traffic stats. Prominent social media figures build a strong reputation in a space, which often increases their conversion rates because of their reputation. Likewise, they’re more likely to get invited to speaking engagements, where many profitable business deals can be made. The key to good social media marketing is to provide something (content, information, etc.) your users want, consistently. If that’s a weekly how-to video, then make sure you provide that video every week, without fail.


=> The Real Answer: The Two Are Merging
Most SEO experts agree that search engines are taking many social media factors into account when ranking pages. In other words, instead of just looking at backlinks and PageRank, the search engines now look at your Facebook likes and reposts as well to help determine rankings. This means that using social media IS pretty important – and in the short run, can get you SOME traffic while you work on the SEO.
When it comes down to it, the secret to successful SEO and social media are really the same. Provide good content, consistently. It’s what people tend to share with one another and it’s what the search engines are looking for. One may be more or less effective for specific businesses, but if you focus 90% of your efforts on creating a great user experience and 10% on marketing techniques, you’ll have a great chance of succeeding with both. Is one more important than the other? “Yes,” in the sense that one may work better than the other for your business in the short term. “No,” in the sense that in the long run, they’re more or less the same.

 

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Is Networking a Selfish and Self-Serving Process?

Is Networking a Selfish and Self-Serving Process? | Reputation Management | Scoop.it
Did that catch your attention and prompt you to read on?  I hope so. In my work, I continue to see people cringe when told that they MUST network if they want
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