Do you know where to use keywords in your social profiles?
In social media, there are two search engines you have to optimize for: the search function within each social network and Google search.
In this article you’ll discover where to use keywords in your social profiles and pages so you are found when people search.
Have you thought about applying SEO tactics to your Twitter marketing?
With a few simple techniques, you can increase the chances that your Twitter account shows up in both Twitter and Google search.
In this article you’ll discover how to improve the visibility of your Twitter account with SEO.
Interested in ways to use your social accounts to improve your SEO?
Social media has a significant impact on your search results, and a strong social presence can boost your search rankings.
In this article you’ll discover five ways to use social media to improve your search rankings.
Did you know you can improve your search engine optimization (SEO) with these channels?
With a few simple techniques, you can optimize your LinkedIn and SlideShare assets to achieve higher search rankings organically.
In this article you’ll discover four ways to optimize LinkedIn and SlideShare for search engines.
Do you want search results related to your content to stand out?
You can tell search engines exactly what your content is to make it easier for them to index it.
In this article you’ll discover the basics and benefits of semantic markup and how it can make your content stand out in search.
What is Semantic Markup?
Semantic markup is a fancy way of saying you can use HTML tags to tell search engines exactly what a specific piece of content is.
Do you want to promote your blog content to more readers?
When you blog to promote your business or industry, it’s important to make sure your content gets seen.
In this article I’ll share five ways you can attract readers to your blog content.
#1: Get Found in Search by Optimizing Your Content for SEO
If you’re going to get new visitors to your website, you want to make sure they’ll be able to find you. And one way they’ll find you is by searching for you on their search engine of choice. That’s why it’s important to optimize your content for SEO.
Let’s take Social Media Examiner as an example.
If you search for “social media” and scroll through the different post titles that come up, they all reference social media, whether it’s a specific social media channel or the term “social media.” Throughout the posts, you’ll see the same content; everything relates to social media.
Now let’s look what happens when we search for “social media blogs”.
Are your own search and social efforts aligned?
For many marketers, it’s not always clear how social media impacts search engine optimization.
In this article you’ll find numerous resources to help you understand how social media SEO works.
Why Social Media SEO?
It’s not enough to have a popular website with good content anymore. If you want better search engine results for your business, it’s time to look at how social media influences those results.
It used to be that SEO revolved around two things: using the right keywords, and the number of authoritative sites that linked back to your content via inbound links.
Then social media came along and changed everything.
Search engines have begun to incorporate social signals (Facebook likes, retweets, +1s and so on) to inform their search results.
The following articles dig a little deeper and explain what you need to do to make sure you succeed at social media and SEO.
6 Reasons Social Media Is Critical to Your SEO: If you need more clarity on how SEO and social work together, Stephanie Frasco explains on Social Media Today that the old days of website marketing are over and Google has found a newer, smarter way to measure the popularity of your website—social media.
How to Succeed at SEO With Social Media Marketing: On ExactTarget Amanda Nelson likens SEO and social media to peanut butter and jelly, the idea being that the two need each other to succeed. Dig in and enjoy the nuggets of wisdom and some best practices shared in a conversation between Amanda and her guest, Ray Grieselhuber.
Have you had trouble giving an exact number to explain your ROI or even set quantitative goals for your social media?
25% of marketers said that their biggest marketing challenge was finding the ROI of their marketing activities.
In this article, I’ll show you how to tweak some of your social media actions with your business goals in mind and make them easier to tie to your ROI.
#1: Use Social Media to Promote Your Offers
Social media is an important channel to promote any content you create. Whether you’ve created an ebook, blog post, webinar or white paper, you should promote it through social media.
With the new Facebook Graph Search, this is a good time to revisit your page.
Here are five steps to make your Facebook Page more searchable and visible.
The first three steps outlined below are for entry-level Facebook Page admins. If you’re certain that you’re already implementing the most basic best practices, skip ahead to step four.
#1: Choose the Right Name
This sounds really obvious, but many businesses can’t help but cram lots of keywords in their name in the hopes of boosting searchability. This can backfire.
If you were, say, “Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.: Baked Shrimp, Shrimp Creole, Shrimp Scampi, Fried Shrimp and More Shrimp,” your name would look like spam. Just “Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.” says all anyone needs to know.