This Week in Internet Marketing, we are looking at how you can create a successful social media campaign, some great tips on social posting to engage your audience, and ways to create attractive headlines that get clicks. We’ll also look at how setting up Google My Business is beneficial for medical practices and practitioners and whether you can escape Google’s Penguin.
Social Media Fails: How Not to Ruin Your Campaign
Social marketing is an important component for your Internet marketing strategy. With the increase in social media budgets, more businesses are using these medium to engage with their customers. However, social media can create negative publicity and harm your brand. Check out this article to see how you can avoid some common mistakes!
6 Terrific Tips on Social Posting to Engage Your Audience
Having social media accounts for your business is not enough. It’s important to leverage these platforms with social posts that can capture your audience. You need to consider the trends, hashtags, posting time, and engaging discussions. Take a look at this article for some great tips to get noticed and entice conversations with your audiences.
How To Create Headlines That Get Clicks (Infographic)
You might be creating amazing content, but no one will be reading it if your headlines don’t encourage an open. The structure and wording of your headlines are extremely important because they determine the faith of your content. There are many ways to create a compelling headline, so take a look at this article for some great tips on how to create a click worthy headline.
How Medical Practices & Practitioners Should Set Up Google My Business
Google My Business pages is a great tool that allows businesses to be found on Google easily. For practitioners, Google My Business have allowed them to create their own brand and allow customers to view them online. If you’re curious to know how you should set up your Google My Business page, take a look at this article!
Can You Escape Penguin Simply by Getting Good Links?
Ever since the last time people were hit with Google’s Penguin, everyone’s been very cautious with their links. Google employee John Mueller hypothesized whether good links can weigh out the bad. Could this be a way to escape Google’s Penguin? Check out this article to see whether getting good links can help you recover from Penguin.
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