it so many social media properties available on the web today it can be hard to streamline an effective process utilizing the right ones for your business. You can search Google for Web 2.0 sites and get lists of hundreds of sites to consider.
Even when choosing correctly, how does one make use of them accurately to drive the precise traffic your business needs to make more web sales?
Unlike on-page SEO optimization where the work is heavily front-loaded and then can be tweaked along the way depending upon various algorithmic factors that change from time-to-time. Making use of the new Web 2.0 social landscape in the most-effective and in an already proven way is a much tougher task.
Professionals are charging anywhere from $3000 – $20,000 per month for custom social marketing blueprints. Consider though the return on this investment pays for itself over and over again when done properly.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Web 2.0 is a term describing the trend in the use of World Wide Web technology and web design that aims to enhance creativity, information sharing, and, most notably, collaboration among users. These concepts have led to the development and evolution of web-based communities and hosted services, such as social-networking sites, wikis, blogs, and folksonomies.
There is so much that goes in to developing a real successful Web 2.0 campaign that to cover even the basics in a few short paragraphs can be a daunting task.
But there is a free resource that you can download in PDF format that will shed a bright white light on this phenomenal marketing tool. Since users are more active in Web 2.0 the reality of the content is considered much greater to Google and other top search engines as real people vote, comment, and social bookmark sites and stories of true value.
Since the goal of Google is to provide the best results at the very top of their keyword search result listings so users continue to use that engine for their searches, you can see why social sites are now playing a huge role in that determining factor. A vote is like a referral. A good comment, a bad comment. It can be a two-edged sword, so it cuts out the scams and let’s the quality rise to the top.
If you haven’t heard of it, or have yet to download it, I highly recommend you download Jack Humphrey’s 2008 Authority Black Book right now and have a gander. If you have any questions or would like a step-by-step blueprint put together for you, and even executed for you please don’t hesitate to contact Gregg Thorpe at First Place Positioning.
I’d be happy to clear up any confusion or help you to understand the first steps to take.
If you don’t have a blog you can have one in a couple days. If you already have your own blog make full use of it with the information provided.
The best ‘search engine’ or collection of blogs can be found at Technorati.