I’m not the first to say Twitter is a fantastic search engine traffic booster.  A link in Twitter shared by your friends and re-tweeted by others can drive a bunch of traffic if carefully worded. But here’s the thing. Traffic doesn’t do you any good at all if when we get to the page we… Read More

Search engines love blogs. Why? They’re frequently updated Tags and categories make it easy to decide what the page is about When a user adds a comment it creates new content and often outbound links to more content Content on blogs tends to be short and keyword rich (focused) Tagging and categorizing your posts can… Read More

Find other blogs in the same space and add your voice in the comments section. If you’re signed up with backtype or Disqus any comments you make will be tracked and links to your comments and the blog they are on will show up on backtype’s site. Clip interesting posts and share them in Amplify… Read More

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a huge topic and I’m not going to go in depth here, but let me just say that social media will blow you away with its capacity to improve organic search results. (Organic search results are listings that are not paid to be displayed.) I’ve done some un-scientific tests and… Read More

Twitter can help build your personal presence in the search engines and websites you link to as well. When you post a short url to a website on Twitter most (not all) of the url shortening services can be read by the search engines and so that link now counts as a precious back-link to… Read More