Last year, we published many social media infographics on Social Marketing Writing, created by both us and others. Most of them proved to be quite popular. So I compiled a list of the 10 most popular social media infographics created and published by us on the blog. Check them out below…
Would you like to craft SEO friendly blog posts?
After finding a clear relationship between social media and SEO, the results of which were published in this infographic (1st part), I decided to delve down and look more deeply into the relationship between SEO and a specific social media – blogs.
I wanted to find out what types of blog posts attract more backlinks and if other social networks played any role in them. So I collected data from blog posts and analysed and compared them against each other to see if there was a relationship. You can find my results in the infographic below.
People interested in creating SEO friendly blog posts that can attract more backlinks will find this infographic helpful…
SEO plays a key role in driving website traffic. In order to search engine optimize your website, you need to make your website content, search engine friendly, and build backlinks that increase your site’s credibility. Optimizing content on your website itself can be a simple step, but building quality backlinks from other websites is a difficult job. You will either need to invest a lot of time building them yourself, or hire an expert to do it.
There has also been a lot of discussion lately about how social media affects SEO, especially because of the recent Google search engine updates where social shares play an important role. This got me wondering if social media plays a role in SEO by helping websites attract backlinks, as well. So I performed a study by collecting data from websites and analysed and compared them against each other to find out if there was a relation. You can find my results in the infographic below.
Businesses, bloggers, marketers, and website owners who are looking for ways to increase traffic to their sites will find this study helpful, as you will learn how to attract more backlinks to your site, while simultaneously working on improving your social media presence.
Content marketing is essential for a successful social media campaign. Businesses need to create and publish quality content in the form of blog posts, white papers, case studies, ebooks, infographics, etc. They can then share this content across various social networks to help drive engagement, increase website traffic, build trust and then generate sales and leads.
To help you craft content to take advantage of all the benefits mentioned above I have collected a few quality infographics and published them below. You will learn a lot of useful tips ranging from content marketing statistics, what works, what you need to create, how to create it, how to optimize it for SEO, measure ROI etc. from this collection containing 6 content marketing infographics…
1. The Anatomy of Content Marketing
Would you like to learn the secrets to crafting powerful headlines?
A good headline is the requisite to writing effective content as it is the first thing the reader sees. If it isn’t written properly then the reader will ignore your content and all your effort in writing it will go to waste, but if it is well written more people will read it. Even poorly written content can get more readers if they have a good headline. So to help you craft headlines that will convince more people to read your content I have listed out 13 tips below…
1. Mention a Benefit:
People read content that is going to benefit them in some way. It could be to help them solve a problem, to help them understand why taking a certain step is important, etc. So mentioning a benefit in the headline could convince them to read the rest of content to help them learn more about this benefit. So go through your content and find the most important benefit your audience will be interested in and add it to your headline.
Are you using the right WordPress plugins?
WordPress is a fantastic blogging platform. I use it for all of my blogs. Some of the tools that make it so amazing are the various plugins – they can be used to improve blog performance, optimize it for mobile viewing, better SEO for your content, and lots of other wonderful things. I have listed some important WordPress plugins below that are absolutely necessary to help you run a powerful blog…
1. All in one SEO Pack:
The perfect Twitter profile can be the key to building your brand, influencing users and gaining loyal followers. A lot of planning and effort can help you set up an effective Twitter profile. You need to have the perfect name, profile photo, header, background design and bio. I have shared how to get each of these features right to help you set up the perfect Twitter profile…
1. Twitter Name:
There are three main things you need to keep in mind while choosing a twitter name; it needs to be relevant, short and unique. If it’s your personal profile use your name and if that’s not available use something similar to it and if it’s your business name use your business name.
Keeping it short is important too as it will make it easy for someone to add your handle to their tweets. Keeping it short will increase your chances of being squeezed within the one hundred and forty character limit. And keeping it unique will make it easy for someone to find your profile when they perform a search. Check out this post for more tips on choosing the perfect twitter name.
What if those mere minutes could be the key to connecting your business with an intently-listening audience?
Working in the digital-media sphere, any Internet guru can tell you that content is the key to gaining listeners, and there are a ton of businesses that haven’t gotten the memo yet. For all you companies that have a dedicated blogger on your team, here’s an imaginary gold star. For companies that haven’t yet jumped on the blogging bandwagon, listen to these five reasons why your business should keep a blog:-
Guest blogging is one of those online marketing strategies that really doesn’t get enough credit.
You see, writing a guest post just isn’t as glamorous as having 10,000 Facebook fans or 50,000 Twitter followers. Most bloggers and online marketers would rather brag about how many followers they have on Twitter instead of how much money they’re making in their business.
And hey, that’s all fine with me. I love my 10,000+ Facebook fans and 30,000+ Twitter followers – and they do help me grow my business, without a doubt! But I can honestly say that all those followers and fans and YouTube subscribers and Pinterest followers contribute to just a small fraction of my online revenue compared to guest blogging.
Here are the top 5 reasons why I love guest blogging:-