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10 Key SEO Strategies Every Facebook Page Owner Should Know

10 Key SEO Strategies Every Facebook Page Owner Should Know
Facebook Pages are increasingly becoming a “second home page” for businesses online. And while more and more Page owners are learning how to become expert Facebook marketers, Facebook has recently created many new opportunities for Pages to get more traffic through the tried and true methods of – you guessed it – search engine optimization (SEO). While Facebook’s “viral channels” – the News Feed, invitations, and messages – play a central role in the spread of content through Facebook, employing important SEO tactics within your Facebook Page can help your Page reach more and more Facebook fans. While viral distribution can help you reach people your fans are directly connected to, search engine optimization exposes your Facebook Page to Facebook’s entire userbase. In fact, Facebook itself has taken major steps to improve its own SEO during recent weeks and months, creating opportunities for Page owners to benefit directly while creating value for Facebook at the same time. 1. 2. 3. 4.

6 Tools To Help You Gain More Followers & Get Better At Twitter A revolution can be sowed by 140 characters. The spread of a tweet is exponential and in popular cases, very viral. But just a simple cog in the giant wheel of humanity, I am not really interested in using the power of Twitter to be a rebel with or without a cause. I would much rather use it for personal productivity. For that, one has to become a power user of Twitter. That usually indicates you are doing something right. Find Others with Similar Interests: [NO LONGER WORKS] Wefollow Wefollow belongs to that large genre of Twitter tools which allows you to search out Twitter users according to a tag or keyword. Alternative: From the top of my head, I can suggest [NO LONGER WORKS] Just Tweet It and Twellow. Find Local Twitter Friends: Nearby Tweets Going local is very useful even for a globalized village. The good old Twitter Advanced Search. Twitter Relationship Management: The free account is limited to a single user profile and 30 engaged members. The good old fashioned way.

Why Not Create Your First Case Study and Learn New Content Ideas? It’s true: Not everyone loves to read. Though when you create amazing, quality content and provide proof behind your statements, you raise the readers interest in your content and cause them to read your post in full. Case studies are one simple way to properly break down a topic element and provide a ton of value to your readers. Not to mention, case studies are one of the most favorable pieces of content shared across the Web and are a great art of “social link bait.” I’m going to show you how to create social link bait, but first I’m going to show you how to create your first case study and explain how the two can be used together to develop what could possibly be an easy route to viral content. How to Create Your Very First Case Study! Creating your first case study can be a challenge, but if you can write a nice, quality article, creating a case study should be a breeze. To create your first case study, you’ll need to prepare for the task. What is Social Link Bait?

4 Photo-Editing Tools for Community Managers In this image-happy world of social media, we are surrounded by professional-looking infographics and visually stunning pictures that accompany most of the content we consume on a daily basis. It's become more and more important to be able to create these amazing images in order to get noticed, but let's face it - some of us just weren't born with the sort of artistic skills required to do it. So isn't it wonderful that there are so many great photo-editing tools out there to help those of us who need a little help in the visual arts department? We're going to share with you four of our favorite photo-editing tools for community managers and other social media professionals. Original Photos Before Manipulation A picture of my son taken against a blank wall. Who doesn't love a great food picture? This picture of my mom's cherry tree originally appeared on my personal blog - Well, in THIS House - and I used each tool to make it look more like a piece of art. Yeah, I'm a geek. 1. 2. 3. 4.