said 5 months, 2 weeks ago:
SEO and Social Media are regularly treated as stand alone subjects and the mechanics of our ecommerce site (CRO) as a third but equally important issue. I think that’s not the right approach. For the past few months I’ve been treating all 3 as one big “organic” beast
Social Media is part of a good SEO strategy. “organic’ beast is an interesting term, but fairly accurate. LOL
One of the problems with social media like facebook and twitter is that content has such a short expiration date. It’s all so fleeting. You can have this great conversation, but you don’t really control who sees it or for how long. The streaming content each of our personal social media accounts if moving fast and if your busy elsewhere there is a good chance you won’t see content business were hoping you would view.
I find your idea of adding your comments as a blog post interesting. And it would have to happen on a much larger scale for Google to notice it as duplicate content, or at least so “I” think.
The red text in your blog post look like they should be links, but they’re not. You might want to look into this. I would encourage you to write a more descriptive and informative lead in or intro before adding the link to the facebook post and then add the facebook conversation under a descriptive subheading like “Conversation From Our Facebook Post” —- No doubt you can do better than that I’m more comfortable writing code than text for blog posts!
Your descriptive lead in does two things. It better communicates with your readers on what’s it all about” and lessens your chances of Google thinking you are duplicate content.