Getting a solid social media following is imperative to building a strong business. Unfortunately, building a social media presence is also very time-consuming and can take valuable time away from making sales and improving your business. With the help of these free services, however, you can build a solid social media presence without investing hours of your time.
Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, are among some of the many social media outlets that affect SEO. However, what many local businesses don’t know is how Foursquare can also aid in their SEO efforts.
This entry is a guest post by Alexis Tate edited by Sean Si
Social media is a key player to your online reputation management. Good things and bad things are posted everyday. Some get noticed and some get left behind. Extremely good things and controversially bad things get popular – and go viral. Social Media Reputation management is a fluid and critical platform of your online reputation management.
There are lots of people asking which is better social network – Google Plus or Facebook? There are certain advantages of Facebook as it already has an established user-base, a running business model that caters to the users, great apps and ways to connect, etc. Although there is a certain hype about Google Plus that just draws people in – especially the SEO and internet marketing type of people.
I’ve asked some of the most authoritative experts on the internet which they would prefer to use. Let’s see what they have to say:
As we all well know, Google Plus has now been launched albeit in testing phase. Even so, the search giant has now taken up arms against the social network threat which is Facebook. Now that social signals are a powerful means to enhance your SEO campaigns, the question is, how can Google Plus affect SEO?
It’s pretty obvious that Google + is a threat to Facebook’s ever-growing base of users. The reason behind it is that Google + seems to be pretty much a Google version of a Facebook upgrade.
Well Facebook ain’t letting Google get their way that easy. What does Facebook have that Google doesn’t?
I’ve been talking quite a lot about the Google Panda update recently. I pointed out how it would affect your SEO, Linkbuilding, and what you can do if and when you are unjustly affected. For this entry, I want to point out what effects it has on social media.
I’m sure we’ve all used Facebook and Google in our lifetime. These two internet giants (Google being number 1 and Facebook threatening the search giant closely at number 2) were born in my lifetime and now they’re already dominating the online world. And Google won’t put up with Facebook’s rise to power any longer.