Weekly Dose #3: Social Media
- Two Google+ SEO Guides You Should Read
- How to Write a Headline on Google+ That Gets Indexed and Clicked On
- 21 Unexpected Ways Brands Can Use Pinterest
- How to Get More Likes on Facebook
- Words Matter: How to Optimize the Content of a Tweet
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Two Google+ SEO Guides You Should Read — by Matt McGee
I’ve said it time and time again. Google+ is more about SEO than social networking. It’s important to understand exactly how SEO and Google+ mesh together. Two great guides to checkout.
How to Write a Headline on Google+ That Gets Indexed and Clicked On — by David Cohen
They way Google+ posts show up in search results is a bit different from blog posts. It’s important to understand how to format your G+ content so it shows up nicely. This is a great guide that will show you the light.
21 Unexpected Ways Brands Can Use Pinterest — by Courtney Seiter
The main idea I want you to get from this Pinterest post, is to use creativity. Time and time again businesses seem to shy away from creative and head in the direction of stale, boring, and ultimately mediocre content.
Whether you’re a fortune 500 business, a start-up, or working a 9-5 always strive for creativity.
This isn’t your everyday cheesey “I promise you more Facebook likes” post.
Far from it.
Want more likes? Of course you do. This picture tells you exactly what you need to do. Seriously, this is how you need to approach social at all times.
Words Matter: How to Optimize the Content of a Tweet — by Dan Peskin
140 characters isn’t a whole lot of space to say what you want. That’s why it’s important to get to the point.
Optimizing your tweets serves a dual purpose:
- Gets you right to the point with crystal clear lango.
- Take advantage of Twitters advanced search feature.
This is post will help you understand why it’s important to optimize and how exactly to do it.