Great marketers today have tapped the potential of social marketing and content marketing for big gains. Here's some tips from the best of the best.
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You have heard a lot about the significance of long tail keywords. Do you want to increase your website traffic? Learn more about the impact of long tail keywords.
Long tail keywords drive conversion, A simple article, however, the premises are spot-on. Figure out what your longtail keyword opportunities are and start creating valuable contet
We live in the era of micro-celebrities (or influencers, as we marketers like to call them). These are people who are well-known within their very specific niche. They may have an average social media following (never be quick to judge by numbers!
Optimize your posts on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube, Tumblr, and Vine to maximize sharing and grow your brand.
I agree with Pam! Each platform has its own purpose and reason. You should tailor your posts by platform for highest degree of effectiveness.
Social signals are like inbound links, more links a site has linking to it, more it is seen by search engines as an authority for higher rankings. #plbkkt
Social signals are similar to the concept of inbound links wherein the more links a site has linking to it, the more it is seen by the search engines as an authority and the higher it will be ranked.Authority of these social signals are determined by sharing quality content in the form of updates, tweets,check-ins, pins, likes & +1sof high influence so that content weight is catalogued by the search engines after fine tuning big data clusters of social indicators that are deemed spam. SourceOfficially no, there is no official proof released or otherwise available that can guarantee or be held as proof to approve the warranty of website rankings determined by social signals.
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In the content marketing and SEO worlds, speculation and chatter continues to surge around the topic of content authorship—what it means, how it is applied and its true value. Especially in light of the announcement this week. Search engines are slowly turning the relevance dial in favor of the individual versus [...]
It's important to get clear the value of changes in terms of SEO impact before allocating in-demand tech time to work on fixes. To throw up just one example: if your page returns in less than one second what impact will fixing render-blocking CSS have on absolute page load times?