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Marketing Strategies For 2013 And 2014

Marketing Strategies

My strategy for this post is simply to beat anyone else in a search on marketing strategies by putting in a time, a recent date into the title, in the hopes that it will choose me as the most recent and relevant result.

Perhaps I will capture random search traffic that has entered something to do with internet marketing along with 2013, or 2014, or some combination of all of those keyword phrases.

Just the fact that my page is new makes it potentially more likely to rank than an older page, if that page hasn’t been updated for a while.

Perhaps that older page also has outdated SEO link building techniques done on it, and is being punished for having 10,000 spam blog comments pointing at it.

Perhaps now, I have a chance to compete for some of the keyword phrases that I might never have had a chance to compete for before, even with a crappy WordPress.com blog like this.

This is my marketing strategy for 2013, and probably for the next year, to make an attempt to go for the searches that in the past I never would have dreamed that I’d have any chance of competing for.

I’m making multiple back links like this one to pages of mine like the one on my site which has the title of internet marketing strategies.

That’s a huge search, I looked it up and it was something like 20,000 exact match searches a month, or close to it, so it’s bound to be a little bit technical to rank for that phrase, but it’s not impossible.

I reckon that just by writing an article like this every day, or even once a week for a couple of months, I might be able to get to the point where I can rank for that phrase.

The reason being, anyone who tried to rank for that phrase seriously in the past would have been using outdated SEO techniques which are now being punished as spam, so I’m in with a good chance just by trying to do it by writing high quality original articles leading to the page.

What was the other thing, I can’t remember, oh yeah, I changed the title of the home page of my site today to social media marketing services instead of social marketing services, so I thought it might be beneficial to add that in a link somewhere, even though I’ve linked to my site before already from this domain.

The Best Facebook Marketing Strategies For Business

Promoting your blog through social mediaWhat exactly can you do to get traffic from Facebook to your site and make a good decent amount of money?

Does Facebook Ads really work, or do you have to be a car company, or a big financial institution to get a good return on investment?

Is there another way to get likes other than paying for them, and what is the value of a Facebook like?

The best Facebook marketing strategies for business are to use SEO to get to the top of a Google search, as I explain in the linked articles.

You have to do some keyword research to discover the best phrases that have low competition, and high amounts of people searching for them on Google.

Once you’ve worked that out, you should try to get the exact match username for the title of your Facebook page if possible, and then get some random likes, and make a few back links to the page.

Update your page regularly, add lots of custom tabs, post photos, videos, and engaging content in an attempt to get likes on your posts.

You can even pay people to like your posts, or to share your page for you, and if you’re interested in getting anything to do with social media, I can help you with all of that.

What I Will Do For Your Page In A Social Marketing Campaign

What I basically do is use your money to get you the best deal going on cheap likes from the most reliable sources, and then give you the information you need to help you plan a campaign for your pages.

For example, I might advise you right from the start to change the title of your page, so that it was aimed at a keyword phrase with exact match search volume, and then I might suggest that you buy likes in combination with a Facebook Ads campaign, and an article writing and blog posting SEO campaign to help the page rank on Google.

I might suggest that you make many more similar pages and have them cross linking to your main page so you get that link juice from the do follow links that only come from a Facebook page when it’s linking to another site within Facebook.

Facebook is very smart in that regard, all of the outbound links are no follow, but all of the internal links are do follow, giving it a very powerful ranking potential.

Facebook is a PR 9 site, the highest authority site in the world, and you can bet that if you do what I’m suggesting properly, you will be ranking as well with your Facebook page as you would if you had spent the same amount of time and money ranking a regular site.

Send me a message at rowan@professionalsocialpromotion.com to talk about the best Facebook marketing strategies for your business, and I’m sure I’ll be able to point you in the right direction.