18 Social Media SEO Resources to Improve Your Search Ranking


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Do you know how social media impacts SEO? 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 […]This post 18 Social Media SEO Resources to Improve Your Search Ranking first appeared on Social Media Examiner. Social Media Examiner – Your Guide to the Social Media Jungle
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How to write professional SEO article


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Creating quality content is not inconsistent with SEO techniques. Instead, the implementation of some important elements in your content can you being found more easily by search engines, but also improves your ranking on the search engines. These elements 10 are the following.

 

Quality content

It is important to keep in mind that your content can enable you to reach a wide audience, and that whatever the theme. The benefits of SEO are provided by the website content, articles and post that make your company appear as providing quality information in its field. So your well written content highly relevant topics will be shared by visitors, and significantly improve your Page Rank.

 

Write by sticking to the theme

It does not write like you would for your personal blog. Some rules must be respected, to know how to stay on topic and keep the business orientation. Rather than…

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“Provide for the people”


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Using Social Media to Market Your Business? Here’s 9 Must Haves.


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9 must-have Twitter tools for marketers

By Sharon Hurley Hall | Posted: February 13, 2014

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Whether you’re using it for sharing content, responding to followers, keeping up to date with the news, or having fun, Twitter is an essential part of most marketers’ social media arsenal.

It gets even better when you manage your Twitter interactions with third-party tools. There are dozens of them, including Hootsuite, ManageFlitter, Untweeps, and (my favorite) Buffer. Apart from these tried and tested Twitter standbys, there are also some new (or significantly changed) tools around. Here are nine of the most interesting ones I’ve tried recently:

1. Triberr

Triberr enables you to create groups of like-minded Twitter users and share your content with the group via your blog’s RSS feed. The idea is that they will also share that content with their followers.

Although you can automate the process, it’s better to…

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What motivates/inspires you?


This is one of many quotes which motivates me into creating a helpful, informative and just all round ‘good’ blog for people to read and (hopefully) enjoy! Now, obviously if social media doesn’t interest you then yes my blog may … Continue reading

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Facebook finally cuts through the noise with Paper | Technology | theguardian.com


Has anybody tried Facebook’s newest app…’Paper’?

What are your thoughts?

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Did you board the ‘flappy bird’ train?


Flappy bird, the game which involves you tapping your screen and guiding the bird through pipes. The concept of the game seems simple, but the game soon became addictive because of its complexity.

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‘Flappy bird’ was created in May 2013, however didn’t take off (excuse the pun) until the following December; when downloads of the game skyrocketed.

The decision to take ‘flappy bird’ off the IOS and Android app stores was due to the creator, Dong Nguyen, not being able to “take it anymore”. Following up his decision with the tweet:

“I am sorry ‘Flappy Bird’ users, 22 hours from now, I will take ‘Flappy Bird’ down. I cannot take this anymore.”

Despite the creator making $50,000 (just over £30,000) a day from people clicking on the adverts on the free app.

Did you download ‘flappy bird’? What were your thoughts on the game?

After ‘flappy bird’ was taken down it became apparent that people who still had the game installed on their phone saw a profit, and so began selling their phones, with the app still installed on them, on eBay. And you wouldn’t believe how much the ‘biddings’ are up to, go take a look..quite frankly I think it’s going way too far.

Let me know your thoughts below, I look forward to reading them.

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Updating individual & company accounts together


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Keeping track of individual accounts as well as a company or organization  account together. You are trying to become a valuable partner and resource  for your prospects and clients. Keep in mind that information that is being distributed via company-owned accounts (fan pages on Facebook, company profiles on LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube accounts) can and should be amplified through employee personal accounts.SocialMediaKeyboard

Action I: Review your social media monitoring results

You know people are talking about you in wide sense of the word, so you need to monitor social media.  This is true for both you as an individual and for your company.

This can be done via a number of free tools such as Google Alerts (good for content but bad for Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn) or Socialmention – Addictomatic (more focus on social networks but not always accurate).  However, when you are serious about monitoring (and you should be)…

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Dream…


An inspirational quote by an inspiring man

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Publishing a blog post


Each day I look through articles and blog posts relating to my blog topic…social media. When I’m reading through these articles, and posts/comments on social networking sites (i.e. Twitter and Facebook), the questions which catch my eye most are; ‘where is the best place to blog?’ and ‘when’s the right time to blog?’
A blog post can be published anywhere and at any time. However, when you choose to publish the post is down to you.

If you’re unsure when the best time to post is try posting a blog post at different times in the day, and see which gets the most hits. This way you’ll be able to see what time your audience is most active at. I have tried this, however what I began doing was publishing a post at around 5/6pm (GMT), this way my audience in the United Kingdom are (generally) home from work/school/college etc. and so are able to tune into my blog. Additionally, by posting at 5/6pm (GMT) I am also including other countries into my demographic, including my largest audience in the United States. By posting later on in the day in the UK (i.e 5/6pm) it ensures your posts will reach a wider audience, of people who are available.

As for ‘where is the best place to blog?’…anywhere! Literally, wherever inspiration strikes…such as right now I’m writing this on a train journey (how is that for dedication?).
Even if you get an idea for a blog post jot it down, that idea will (hopefully) develop. You don’t have to compose the whole blog post via. your mobile device ‘on the go‘; you can begin a blog post, save it as a draft and continue writing later.

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