Some people share more information online than others, but the question is….
Do YOU think we (as a society who uses the internet) share too much information online?
Want to know how to reach the top of Google’s Search Engine Optimisation rank system?
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What matters when considering the Google SEO ranking?
-Title; keywords don’t necessarily matter. Make your title short and relevant to your post.
-Clicks; the more clicks you get the higher you’ll rank.
-Bold. Make a keyword bold, highlighted, this will make your post more visible!
-Make sure the keywords you’re aiming for are the first/second word in your blog/website title.
-Blog about your link; make yourself more visible.
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Ever wondered how much of an impact your Twitter account is making?
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I will be posting a 2000 word blog post recommending a social media website for a chosen case-study. The case-study I have chosen to write a recommendation for is… a recommendation for a blogging platform for a small retail or catering business.
For my course assessment I intend to carry out research on different social media websites which will be useful for small retail and catering businesses to use as their blogging platform. I will carry out research online to find out what social media platform has been most successful for existing small businesses, i.e. finding research online which has already been done to back up my reasoning for the use of whichever blogging platform I decide is most suitable. I will do this because then I have some external links; this doesn’t just back up my recommendation, but also helps me to create a better structured blog with some existing information.
Also, I will look at what the blogging platform can be linked to in terms of social media platforms, for example can you link your blog to Facebook or a Facebook page, Twitter, Instagram etc. I will look at the types of social media platforms which can be linked to the blogging platform as the more social media platforms can be linked the bigger the reach will be for the retail/catering business. I.e. linking your small businesses blog to Facebook, Twitter etc. will allow you to share your posts onto more platforms and so reaching out to more people.
I will look at how affective each social media platforms are at marketing the blogging platform; this will help me weigh up the pro’s and cons of each blogging platform. Therefore, to begin my assessment I will discuss various blogging platforms, such as; WordPress, Blogger, Blog.com, Ghost, Tumblr etc. before coming to a definite decision about which blogging platform I will choose to recommend to a small retail/catering business.
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On LinkedIn what goes on is everybody’s business; you connect with people who you think are ‘valuable’ to you and therefore need to know what people are getting up to… Unlike Facebook and other social networks.
“We’re purely a professional network and that’s a key point of differentiation between us and other social networks,” -Cliff Rosenberg
At the side of each profile a handful of job ads are displayed; these are not random..they’re tailored to advertise jobs you want- i.e. targetting your skills, experience and qualifications. The more information you’ve given on your LinkedIn profile the more detailed and specifically tailored your ads may become, Is this a good thing? Would you rather see ads which are tailored to you OR would you rather see random ads?
Is LinkedIn just ANOTHER distraction?
Has LinkedIn, much like Facebook; Twitter etc. just become ANOTHER distraction from our social life and jobs? It would seem so; as the amount of pageviews on LinkedIn profiles are increasing faster than the amount of people joining up to the social networking site. Surely this mean people are using LinkedIn much more?!
What’s not to like about LinkedIn?
Well some people dislike the fact total strangers can request to connect with you. However, LinkedIn have come up with a policy that after so many rejected connections you’re no longer allowed to use the “connect” feature; so removing your ability to request to connect with other people. Is this a good policy?