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In Part I of this two-part series, I discussed a great example of the misinformation that can be found online regarding social media and it’s benefits for SEO. As promised, here are three simple and effective social media tactics that can be used both to benefit search engine optimization and to maximize the gains from your social media efforts.
Actively monitor your brand mentions using Google Alerts and search operators
At the heart of social media, I believe that a company’s goal should be to leverage multiple outlets in order to create a greater, more meaningful customer experience.
Hot topic for August – Yahoo passes Google for the first time since 2011, according to ComScore’s monthly Top 50 US Web Properties list. Many news outlets and online bloggers have reported that this could be the big break Yahoo needs to pull themselves over the top of the mountain and reach the success that outdates them.
But is this win for Yahoo really all that is cracked up to be?
Understanding complex website data is becoming increasingly important for companies. How do visitors find your website? Once they arrive, how do the visitors interact with your site? What content do they consume? What pages on the site most often lead to a desired action? Are your visitors converting? Companies tackle these questions daily, and many choose to hire internet or digital marketing agencies to handle this information flow.
Google Tag Manager is a marketing and tracking service for web analytics that allows users to place tags in order to measure traffic and optimize their online marketing. Instead of editing site code, marketers can now use Google Tag Manager to edit tags in the easy to use interface. Scroll down and find out all the reasons you should utilize this handy tool if you’re not already.
(Not Provided) Increases to 51% of Referring Keywords
In October of 2011, Google began encrypting search data in an effort to offer greater security to the personalized data of its users. As a result, the referring keywords used by people to find your content online were hidden in Google Analytics and replaced with (Not Provided). This was not a penalty or algorithm change, rather an attempt by Google to provide greater security to its users.