Integrate Social Media

(Last Updated On: January 15, 2018)

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What is social media marketing?

Multiple socia media logos reflectedSocial media marketing is the process of gaining website traffic or attention by means of social media platforms. This web page is an example of social media marketing. It illustrates 8 different social media platforms and shows how they are can be all integrated together to promote your blog.

Integrate with Pinterest

Integrate Social Media 2To the right you see an eye-catching graphic with a message.  The graphic is called a Pinterest pin.

After I first posted it on this web page, I hovered over the upper left-hand corner and clicked on the Save button.  I saved it to one of my Pinterest boards.  Each  time I hovered over the Save button, I was able to save the pin to another board.

You integrate your pin to your blog by going into your Pinterest account.  Click on the edit icon and paste the URL of your blog post into the appropriate box.

When people click on the pin from within the Pinterest website, they will end up on this web page.

 

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The SlideShare presentation below has five different slides that help to integrate with your blog post. Starting at slide #4 you can have links to other web pages to help promote your products.

 Eight social media, count them

This page talks about 8 different interrelated social media. They refer to each other in such a way as to make your social media marketing campaign snowball.

These are the 8 social media:

1. Your blog
2. Twitter
3. Facebook
4. Google Plus
5. SlideShare
6. Pinterest
7. YouTube
8. LinkedIn

What is organic traffic?

This refers to visitors that comes to your website as a result of unpaid search results. A goal of SEO is to increase traffic to a website. This can be done by making a website more searchable or by using pay per click (PPC).

What are long-tail keywords?

Long-tail keywords are exact sequences of two or more words that people use to search for something on the Internet. They tend to be very specific to whatever you are emphasizing on your web page. In all likelihood, when customers use highly specific search phrases, they tend to be looking for exactly what is on the web page they find.

Consider this five-word keyword: “low carb high fat diet”. Whoever would come to a website with that long-tail keyword is definitely looking for information about low carb high fat diets.

 

 


Peter Enns has been developing websites since 1996. He is a social media blogger and author of a free YouTube tutorial. It’s called 7 Day YouTube and will teach you how to make entertaining videos & animated GIFs.

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