In this blog post you will get a very specific structured outline so that you can learn how to write SEO-Optimized Blog Posts in 30 minutes or less that share well in Social Media.
This 2-part training tutorial is a Guest Post from SEO Expert Chris Record, who has over a decade of experience building websites and optimizing them for search engines, including several sites that have generated hundreds of thousands of page views per month.
Most SEO experts will agree that social media sharing of your blog posts will significantly increase the ability for them to rank in Google. Some people argue this strategy suggesting that most social media sites use “nofollow” tags on their links, but in my experience I have found tremendous results in Google rankings with posts that have gone viral on social media sites, versus posts that have not. I have no doubt that Google and other search engines take this into consideration in their algorithms one way or another.
When it comes to affiliate marketing ad campaigns, Facebook Ad Manager likes to be a ‘hero’ and strap on the superman cape.
If you have ever tried to get an affiliate marketing or ‘money-making’ ad approved on Facebook, you know what I am talking about. Those people disapproving your ads – probably an offshore company in India — will shun your ad immediately if your url points to a lead capture page or sales letter.
My newfound secret is Instabuilder. I was fortunate enough to get hold of a beta copy of Instabuilder a couple of months ago. Then I started recommending to friends – only to find out the sales page closed right after I bought it. I was lucky, others weren’t. Fortunately, they’ve made significant improvements since the beta version and opened it up again for sales.
The questions I ask Gary Vaynerchuk are:
1. What are 2 tips on building your brand online?
2. What predications do you have for 2013?
3. Last year we saw instagram and Pinterest expand rapidly, do you feel there will be a new thing to BLOW up in 2013?
4. What is one thing someone should NOT do, what is the biggest mistake to make online?