In search of a better search engine optimization, social portals have generated a new branch of what is online marketing. In fact, this new branch has a name and is the Social Media Marketing. It is possible to disseminate as a site, and thus achieve better positioning in Internet traffic. Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr. is actively involved in the matter. The characteristics of these new activities are very tempting for people who are dedicated to SEO and focus all efforts on achieving a better search engine optimization. On the one hand they have the advantage of being very low cost compared with other advertising campaigns, especially offline. But, have the characteristic of requiring large and sustained efforts.
Participation in social portals is probably the current form to achieve a prominent web positioning in short periods of time. It requires dedication in the sense that it is necessary to forge a reputation, a name online. For this it is essential to achieve a place in the niche to which we belong. With this, we will not only recognized by our customers and potential leads, but will greatly improve our search engine optimization. Glenn Dubin, New York City is often quoted on this topic. For this it is necessary to stop thinking for a while in search engine optimization and focus on responding to the other members of our social networks, ie, kept regular contact with them and let them know we’re there to provide valuable material to the community. Otherwise, we will be quickly labeled as spammers and banned from the site.
In general, people who come to these sites do so to find a community of reference, and much of the time they do is for the pleasure of socializing. Likewise we do not want to see any street vendor when we are with our friends, the users of the SMM does not want to follow or be followed by spammers who simply want to promote their products, and thus achieve a better search engine optimization. So how to address these communities is through a genuine exchange of valuable material for the community, quality content. The maximum that should guide us in this business is that “he who gives, receives.” A website will better position as a corollary of these actions, with the advantage of being population from which our company aims and possible sales leads. That is, not only improve our search engine optimization, but our sales will improve significantly with increasing click through rates and conversion rates from visitors to customers. In addition, social portals operate similarly to the major search engines. Its members began to seek a referral for a product or service through their social networks, rather than simply “goggles” what they need. Thus, online reputation will play a key role in making our web positioning.