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Keep up-to-date with Social Media A digest of Twitter posts all about Social Media and related issues in both Scotland and the Uk. Hope there is something for everyone in there somewhere but if not just give us a call on 01506 517037 or fill in the wee form above and we can probably help you find out how best … Continue reading →
100 Awesome Marketing Stats, Charts and Graphs Compiled by Hubspot Inbound Marketing they confirm the growing importance of inbound marketing technologies and platforms for today’s businesses both large and small (see slideshow below). Traditional Marketing Traditional or outbound marketing was based on who could shout the loudest and catch the attention of the often uninterested passer-by, be that by press, … Continue reading →
Google and Bing come clean on Social Media (SM)
It has long been thought that with the addition of social media features and search options from both Google and Bing that social activity, Tweets and FB posts and commenting were being used, to some extent, in both of their search algoriths. But, until now that was all it was.
However, from a series of questions asked by Danny Sullivan of SEL (Search Engine Land), both have come clean and admitted they are using them in different ways to varying degrees.
Can tweeting be good for your SEO?
The jury may still be out for many potential tweeters on its use or benefit for business development and promotion but there may be other benefits not yet realised. Many companies both large and small are experiencing benefits when using Twitter in terms of brand and customer relationship building.
However, I’ve noticed another which could prove beneficial from an SEO (search engine optimisation) perspective.
Is the jury still out on Twitter?
Twitter is only one of a number of ‘social’ sites and the main reason for creating a Twitter account was to test whether it could be useful or just hype.
I posted a blog entry titled “Website optimisation – what good can it do?” and posted a tweet “To SEO or WSO, that is the question?” pointing to the blog post.