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"Chances are you have been working with a SEO company putting your website together, working on your SEO including back linking. You know your target audience and you need to reach these people through the internet, get them to visit your site and then buy your products or services.
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Through social media you are also able to increase your fan base, and then market to this fan base, whether you encourage them to visit your blog or your website. The aim of using social media in a SEO campaign is to improve your search engine ranking, increase website traffic and improve your brand recognition. Get your business name known and get people to remember it".
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How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.