Social media has become the medium by which everyone shares what they like or dislike (when will they come up with a button for that?), love or loathe. So, as not to be left out of the party, search engines look for ways to incorporate social signals into their ranking algorithms.
In my latest post on Search Engine Journal, I share why social media has changed the SEO landscape forever—and why that’s not a bad thing. For example, links are less important today, while sharing quality content via social media is a smart move for your business. Find out why SEO just isn’t as effective anymore without an assist from social.
Read the full article on SearchEngineJournal.com.
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As a web marketer for over 15 years I know the benefits of a good SEO/Social Media/Conversion Optimization/Content Marketing campaign. The number of businesses who have succeeded by implementing solid web marketing campaigns is beyond numbering. But not every business that places a heavy emphasis on SEO succeeds. Sometimes, SEO cannot save your business, only you can!
When the Pole Position Marketing Pit Crew begins analyzing a website and starts building a web marketing strategy, we see a lot of things that fall outside the scope of “web marketing” in general. In short, we see a lot of the shortcomings built into the business. The fact is, it’s impossible for us to develop a successful marketing campaign without first understanding, and second, addressing other business issues. While web marketing primarily deals with how visitors find and interact with the site, if the behind-the-scenes stuff is broken, there isn’t an SEO campaign in the world that will make it succeed. Why? Because Google wants to drive people to great sites that people love. Read more - see the full post at Search Engine Guide.