Apr 27 Posted 1 year ago
Especially important article for small business owners, Stephanie! The need to convert web traffic into leads, then convert them into customers is key and therein the power of social media, as I see it. In the old days we talked about the "warm market" and the "cold market". It was always easier to sell to the first one, of course:) Singing to the choir so to say ... Great job!
Feb 26 Posted 1 year ago
Very nice article. Now days Social Marketing is controlling in every digital marketing campaign, the points you mentioned are really very helpful to build a strong SEO and SMO strategy.
Feb 4 Posted 1 year ago
thanks for sharing this post. this post is very imp Notes for seo
Nov 15 Posted 1 year ago
Thanks for the post. Question: How exactly do the search engines measure social signals? Is it based on links to your website that are shared in social media? That wouldn't make sense, as this would be just another form of link building that would fill social sites with spam. Twitter tags links as nofollow to prevent exactly this.
Is it social activity that's integrated into your website, such as "like this" Facebook buttons under your content?
Thanks for any insights on this.
Nov 13 Posted 1 year ago
Thanks for the post!
I totally agree that Social Media presence is important for your SEO. I know it can increase profits for your business as well. The problem is that business owners that are engaged in social media mostly do not know how to do it right, working hours and unable to see more than a few fans. It can be a big waste of time and lots of frustration if you don’t know how to manage your Social Media accounts.
Nov 12 Posted 1 year ago
While I completely agree with the author, research has shown that social signals are only 6.3% of the overall ranking factors http://moz.com/local-search-ranking-factors
Nov 10 Posted 1 year ago
thanks for the post.
Nov 9 Posted 1 year ago
Great post! Social media is an effective and economical way to promote a small business online. Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are great places for companies to make contact with the public, receive feedback about products or services, and expand their online visibility to a wider marketplace. Consistent participation and posting is essential to increase click through traffic to your website.
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