4 Reasons Why Google+ is a Killer B2B Social Media Platform
Most of our B2B clients have staked a claim on Google+, but they don’t invest in it. Why? Because they consider it a ghost town. They say Google+ is irrelevant. They invest in Facebook and Twitter and (more and more) in LinkedIn.
4 Simple Reasons You Need Google Plus.
Mines the current trend that has brought Google Plus to second place behind Facebook in social media, and why you should be using Google in blogging and marketing.Notes that The Global Web Index places Google Plus at number two of the big 4 social media platforms, with 343 million users.The circles that organize who you follow allows you to group people and businesses according to kind or any criteria. This allows for more effective target marketing, as you can share different messages with different people.
It's no secret that Google Plus performs at the highest level in organic searches, providing higher ranking for your targeted messages and keywords. Google freely admits this, and Chairman Eric Schmidt says "The true cost of remaining anonymous, then, might be irrelevance."
Google has a clear vision for the long-term and plans to integrate all of its different apps and tools into interconnected, massive social networks. It will inevitably dominate social media in addition to search, in an integrated manner.Interested? Click the title or image to read on.Source is SocialMediaB2B.comYou might also enjoy:Let's see what you think: Do you use Google Plus, and if so how? Are you a Google hater?
Online Visibility – Is There a Fast Path to Building Your Presence on the Web?
Not surprisingly, when clients sign on to mentor with me, they’re often looking for a fast path to building online visibility.
Is it possible to supercharge your site quickly?
Mines the impulse you feel to draw in tremendous traffic quickly, and suggests that this is achievable if you bear in mind that it requires extra effort to attain extraordinary results. Generally persistence over the long term brings success.Notes that going beyond the ordinary must include increasing your content output daily, but many different mediums make this task interesting. Content includes many activities other than writing blog posts, including: audio and video, creation of unique images including infographics, updates on social platforms, slide casts and presentations, chats, Google Plus hangouts, and webinars.To increase content output start with producing blog posts (in various media) more often. To establish authority and web presence focus on your website's keywords and locate and follow both your target audience and influencers.Influencers within your field, can be a huge asset even if they might be competitors because they tend to follow those who seek them out and can increase your visibility quickly.
For SEO and ranking, you must now be active with a Google Plus profile, and you can also get involved in communities there that focus on your key words.
You will find power in using videos and webinars or teleseminars
as they provide unique content that readers are generally interested in, oftentimes more so than traditional blog posts.
If you can work it into your budget, spend a little bit of money on Facebook to promote your page, website, and specific posts
. Focusing the ad on site promotions is an excellent idea to engage longterm followers and clients.
Choose among these ideas the ones that suit you the best and focus on them consistently
. This is the key to success, and you can achieve it quickly.Interested? Click the title or image to read on.Source is DeniseWakeman.comYou might also enjoy:
What strategies do you currently use to draw in traffic? What have I missed here?
To Post or Not to Post
There are 900 million social media users plugged into Facebook alone, and nearly 500 million of them log into the social network every single day.
Mines the temptations we experience in sharing too much across our social networks, the wrong kind of information.
Notes that "forward-thinking" is required in planning the trajectory of one's career and life, remembering always the potential for prospective clients, colleagues, and employers to encounter your posts in the present or future.
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Google Search moves towards consistency across devices
"Here’s How to Appear Higher on Google Search Results [INFOGRAPHIC]"
"Admit it: You’ve Googled yourself quite a few times. But were you happy with where your name appeared in your Google search results?Each day, one billion names are Googled." Mines
how people appear in Google searches, observing that most people are Googled fairly often by employers, friends, and classmates.Notes
that most people do not have control of what appears first on Google searches for their name (only 2% control the entire first page), and recommends strategies such as blogging, creating a LinkedIn account, publishing to Vimeo, and posting to Flickr to bring the searches under your control.Interested?
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