Do they auto-populate with information that makes your brand look good on social networks?
To maximize the benefits of social sharing on your website, you need to make sure your social share buttons contain customized messaging that’s easy for your readers to use and benefits your brand.
In this article, I’ll focus on how to optimize the top social share buttons for your website.
What’s an Optimized Share Button?
An optimized share button automatically generates a sharable message with custom information for your brand.
Here’s an example of a social share button tweet that’s not optimized with custom information.
Are you fully leveraging LinkedIn?
Many business bloggers neglect one of the most powerful social networks for growing visibility and traffic. LinkedIn is THE professional web.
If you are a business owner or entrepreneur, or a working person who is blogging, you should consider LinkedIn as a valuable place for getting more exposure.
Keep reading to discover seven powerful tips to use LinkedIn to drive more traffic to your blog.
LinkedIn Profile Views Drive Blog Traffic
Your LinkedIn profile can serve as one of the most important referral sources for your blog.
But first, were you aware that LinkedIn has a company page (similar to Facebook). With 85 million business members, who wouldn’t want a business page there?
Normally the profile pages that you set up on LinkedIn are for your own personal use. It’s against LinkedIn’s terms and conditions to set up a personal profile page as a business. But LinkedIn has seen that by capturing and promoting more business information in this community, it could make way for a lot more engagement and knowledge-sharing.
Are you looking to maximize your social media exposure on your blog? Then be sure to watch this edition of Social Media Examiner TV with your host Mari Smith.
In this episode, Mari gives you some useful tips on how to increase your blog traffic with social media share buttons.
Social media share buttons are a great way to get your readers to share your content on their own social media profiles without leaving your website. Mari reviews the different social share buttons available today and gives her recommendations on how to use them on your blog or website.
Share your feedback, see the show notes and discover how you can be part of a future show below!
Welcome to our weekly edition of what’s hot in social media news. To help you stay up to date with social media, here are some of the news items that caught our attention.
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This Week in Social Media
LinkedIn Releases a Share Button: Content publishers now have another social media share button to add to their blogs and websites—and it allows direct sharing to LinkedIn profiles and groups. The new LinkedIn Share button will be appreciated by publishers who want to get more visibility via LinkedIn. Check out our implementation at the bottom of this post.