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Wanting to get your business website seen by people who want to buy your product or service is every business owners desire. If it were easy, we would not be posting about it here :). Because Google keeps us all guessing with how they tweak and change their algorithm to deliver what they feel are the best results for their paid advertisers and leave the organic results up to experts like us, business depends on us experts to be creative and constantly test, poke and prod to find the best results for our customers. We feel really good about the solutions we deliver for our customers, we feel we have identified many things that work and also the things that don’t work. That is why our clients choose Everzocial for their SEO and SEM needs. But we also love to share what we know with those who are seeking better ways to get their sites seen. Here is an Infographic that has a 74 Step process that will create Mammoth results for your webpages and blog posts.
After going through this Infographic you feel you would rather have someone else do it for you and cost effectively, reach out to us and we will quickly assess your site and give you a quote on exactly what you will need to get you ranked.
Did you know that almost 120 million Americans now own a smartphone, and 80 percent of those use their device to access social networks?
SoLoMo (Social-Local-Mobile) is the addition of local information to search engine results to capitalize on the increasing use of mobile, allowing businesses to push relevant offers to customers based on their location. And the results can be unbelievable – smartphones are expected to influence $200 billion worth of sales in 2013.
This infographic takes a closer look at how retailers are making the most of the SoLoMo opportunity.
For those of us who work in social media, switching gears is something we are used to.
One of the the greatest challenges for small business owners managing their own Facebook pages is determining exactly when to post a given piece of content so it attracts the most “likes,” comments, and retweets. A recent infographic from LinchpinSEO could help crack that code by showing the best days to post to Facebook. Even better, it breaks it down by business type or industry.
For instance, companies considered “general retail” will find more engagement on Mondays, whereas nonprofits will see greater success on weekends, according to LinchpinSEO, which analyzed the user engagement of more than 1,800 Facebook pages from the world’s top brands. The data were collected from April 1 to May 31.
It’s important to remember that each type of business will have a different best day and time to post to Facebook. This infographic could help you identify it. If you need further help with your Facebook Business Page, our team of Social Stagers are here to help do it for you.
Although small business owners are struggling with the added workload of social media and content creation, small businesses are ramping up their social efforts and are increasingly finding value in paying others to help them with their social media efforts.
According to an online survey of 462 businesses (93% with fewer than 100 employees), conducted between Sept. 17 and Oct. 5 by VerticalResponse, 66% of small businesses are spending more time and money on social media than they did a year ago, with 43% spending six or more hours per week on social media activities for their business.
How are those hours being spent? On Facebook and Twitter, mostly, as 90% of respondents are active on the Facebook; 70% on the Twitter. Only a third of the small businesses surveyed said they are able to publish to their social networks every day.
For some small business owners, spending six or more hours per week on social media activities, coupled with the one to three hours for writing a single blog post, creates a major time strain.
That’s why small businesses are investing more in getting help with their social media publishing efforts. The data suggests that if a small business is going to increase its budget, it will likely be for social media rather than marketing; 36% of those surveyed pay for social media publishing and analytics tools.
Small businesses should proceed with caution when considering when looking to have employees manager their social media. Always consider getting help from a reputable, professional social media management firm like everzocial.
Here’s an infographic highlighting the research data from Vertical Response: