Have you ever felt the urge to make a comment on a Facebook post that’s loaded with hashtags about how hashtags don’t actually make sense for Facebook? Well, that urge to educate may be dispelled as Facebook is considering actually adding hashtags to Facebook as a viable search option. Here are a few reasons marketers are getting excited about hashtagging on Facebook. Read On
If you’re interested in how often various search terms are entered into Google, you’ve probably found yourself analyzing data in Google Trends. If not, now would be a good time to get with the program. After all, Google Trends is one of the best tools for tracking traffic patterns across the world at various points in time. Popular data for Google Trends include Google’s Images, News, Web Search, and, as of March 20th, YouTube.
If you’re not currently using Pinterest as part of your online marketing strategy, now is the perfect time to start. Not only does Pinterest draw loads of traffic from interested consumers, Pinterest just made it a whole lot easier to evaluate traffic. Here are a few reasons Pinetrest Web Analytics will brighten up your life.
With more than 60% of consumers going online to find the best products and services, it is important to make sure you are doing everything in your power to promote your business online. One way to accomplish this is to implement strategies from companies that are successfully marketing online. Here are some ideas that will help you grow your brand online.
Producing quality content on your website is becoming more and more important in the SEO world each day. In fact, many SEO strategists argue that old SEO tricks are dead, and it’s impossible to optimize a website without quality content. The reason? Top search engines like Google are intent on rewarding websites with relevant and real content. See how you can amp up your content writing game to make your site more search engine friendly.
Search Engine Optimization at its core is data optimization. Our task is to optimize content on the Internet so search engines can easily correlate meaning. When the search engines can display more of your accurate business information, you get more customers! Google has long been in the market of showing the best results based upon the data it collects. In the beginnings, the search engines struggled to associate meaning and value behind the content they found. With user input databases like freebase.com, Google has become better at correlating their data with real-world meaning. Google branded the result of this enhanced development as the Knowledge Graph.
Have you seen it yet? If you’re into engaging in Facebook conversations, you may have stumbled upon Facebook’s latest experiment to make commenting easier—the “reply” button. If you haven’t seen Facebook’s “reply” feature yet, don’t fret. The “reply” button is in testing mode right now, so it is not currently available to all users. The “reply” button will be located right next to the “like” button on each comment, and allows users to directly reply to any comment.
It seems the leaders of each prominent social media platform are playing a competitive game of keeping up with the Joneses, and they’re all playing hard. I recently posted about all the cool updates on Google+, and, as it turns out, Facebook is not far behind when it comes to keeping it fresh. Facebook is slowly rolling out some new features that make users’ Facebook experiences even more dynamic. Check out some of the Facebook updates to the new news feed.