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Tuesday, 27 November 2012

Why Viral Marketing Is Important For Your Online Business?

Viral Marketing
Viral marketing helps business to get high ROI (Return on Investment), the results of this marketing is very fast and useful. Once business has launched this type of marketing campaign, the results obtained from it remain for a longer period of time.  Viral marketing can be implemented in any kind of business; they help to gain access to millions of target audiences.

This kind of marketing allows business to interact with their clients personally regarding their brand. They can be used to bring brand reputation and brand awareness internationally. It also helps to get information from their current clients and potential customers, further this information could be very useful in making business decisions. Consider advice from an online marketing agency to manage viral marketing strategies for your online business. There are many advantages of viral marketing, which makes this campaign very important for every online business some of them are:

· Effective way to build your brand reputation: This can boost company’s product promotions; it serves as an incredible toll for your business which helps in bringing trust and loyalty of your customers on your products and services. They help in creating brand image.

·Increases targeted traffic: This campaign helps you to target specific audience and can attract more number of potential customers. The main aim of viral marketing is to get more number of visitors to your website and turn them to your customers.

· More number of visitors: If your website can get more number of visitors then more is the opportunity to get higher search rankings. It offers to create buzz of your products in the market.

· Higher profits: You can expect higher profits by bringing targeted traffic to your website through viral marketing. You need to implement different viral marketing strategies to increase your sales values. The following explains some of the viral marketing strategies for your online business:

o   Connect to social network channels: Social networking channels provide greater visibility to your online business. It provides an unique opportunity to communicate with your customers and increase publicity for your online business

o   Use bookmarking sites: To go viral social bookmarking is one of the best ways, chose which popular bookmarking site you want to use for your business and implement them.

o   RSS feeds: This is the valuable tool which can be used to generate viral traffic for your website. Send regular updates of your online business to your targeted customers. Many business blogs use RSS feeds to distribute their content to their targeted audience.

o   Forums: Participating online forums is an excellent way to spread your business information and attract traffic. With this you can viral exposure of your website or blog. You can participate with other forum members to have mutual benefit. Forum signature helps in bringing backlink to your website.

Author Bio:

This guest post was written by Shopie, a tech writer from UK who is into Finance. Catch her @financeport. Same day cash loans are instant loans which are helpful when you run short of funds.

Monday, 12 November 2012

5 Best Practices for Your Guest Blogging Strategy


Guest Post
Is it just me, or has the true concept of guest blog posting become convoluted? Is the real purpose behind writing a post for someone else’s blog to get links, or is it to help build your brand?

I think SEOs need to take a step back from the whole “link building” game, and refocus their attention on real, holistic marketing.

Gone are the days where you build exact-match links to targeted pages through mass-produced articles. Today’s effective guest blogging strategy revolves around building relationships, building your brand and earning relevant, conversion-worthy traffic for your website.

In the broad sense of the concept, as a guest blogger, you are a guest, and you should be abiding by your host’s rules! To paraphrase the rest of this post before we dive in to the nitty-gritty, guest posting is based on these criteria:
  • Work
  • Determination
  • Savvy-ness
It takes work and effort to create a piece of content that’s worthy of being posted on someone else’s blog. It takes determination to keep that effort going, and when a post is rejected, even more determination to work at that relationship and produce exceptional content for them again perhaps. It also takes a bit of savvy-ness (to coin a term) to make sure your content is exceptional.

Let’s break down the 5 tenets of this so-called exceptional guest posting strategy:

Find good opportunities

There are a lot of great opportunities out there, but the trick is finding those opportunities that are going to be worthwhile. If you’re going to be spending your time writing a blog post for someone else’s website, make sure that website is of a quality that meets your standards. Use tools in your discovery phase, such as Open Site Explorer and MajesticSEO to find KPIs that will help you weed out the good from the bad. You can also use Google Reader’s search box to find blogs based on topic, and search for those blogs with higher subscription rates. This metric will reveal the community behind the blog, and give you an idea of how far-reaching a particular piece of content will travel from that site.

Advanced search queries are also great for discovering guest posting opportunities. Use searches like [“home improvement” inurl:”write for us”] or [“guest author” inurl:blog] or other variations.

Research the target blog’s demographic

This is an important step, but one that’s frequently overlooked. Setting and executing a strategy is fast-paced, and many times the research phase of guest blogging is rushed, leaving the critical component of writing for the target blog’s audience in the rearview mirror.

If you’ve selected a blog about home d├ęcor as your target blog, take some time to research their audience’s other interests. If they enjoy reading posts about interior design, maybe they are also interested in family activities, parenting or food? Remember, your post should stay on topic, and also speak to the target blog’s primary focus, but weaving secondary and tertiary topics into the post opens the door up to longtail keywords and additional traffic, therefore increasing the value of your post in the blog owner’s eyes.

Read through some of the comments left by readers on posts throughout the site, and write down some common questions that pop up. The more you know about the site’s readers, the better equipped you will be for writing a highly relevant, clickable, sharable and linkable post.  

Build relationships

The best guest posting opportunities don’t come with an off-handed, random email pitch. They come as the fruit of a relationship, built by an extended period of selfless interaction. So, if you have a list of potential targets, start following them on social media. Retweet their posts, participate in conversations on their Facebook page, leave comments on their blog posts, and even link to their content from your own site. If a conference or seminar comes in to town, you can even take it a step further and ask to meet them in person. They will see the pingbacks, your comments and your name on their social media channels, and they will get to know you over time. Then, when the time is right, after you have helped them, ask them for a chance to guest post on their site.

Write content for their audience

The third thing to do is write your content for the audience that is going to be reading it. Ask yourself what the readers want to see, and refer back to your research into the target blog’s demographic. Is the blog emotionally based, or is it more technical? Make sure to answer the readers’ questions in your blog post, and you’ll likely have a higher engagement socially and in the comments section, as well as opportunities for future guest posts on that site.

Optimize your post

Finally, and this really is the capstone to an overall better guest posting strategy, you should optimize your guest post. Of course you’ll want to sprinkle relevant keywords into the content, but when I say “optimize” I’m talking more about more than just text.

Think about the type of blog posts that you enjoy reading. What keeps you reading? What entices you to scroll through the article, and keeps your attention span until the very end?

There are a few ways to “dress” up your content, including:
  • Video
  • Pictures
  • Headings
Also utilize other resources to help get your point across and keep the level of reader engagement up. You can embed Tweets, Quora threads, Spotify playlists- if it’s embeddable and fits the theme, tone and personality of your post, consider it!

About the author:

Kevin Phelps is the founder of GuestBlogPoster.com. He has a wealth of SEO knowledge and experience, and is adept at key content marketing strategies including guest blogging.

Tips to Use SMO in Business: Guide for Beginners

            Social media provides many opportunities for individuals and businesses. It allows individuals to share their views, thoughts and opinions on everything from politics to the latest gadgets on the market. These days it has become essential for businesses to establish their presence in social media sites in order to improve their visibility and to expand their business. To ease this process every marketing agency has been offering SMO services along with SEO services to their clients. So, you can hire one such agency or you can do it by yourself by following some simple tips:

Create your profile on social sites:
You should select the best social networking sites to suit your business. Some sites suit some niches better than others, so it is better to choose the best that suits your site and create your business profile or fan page of your business.

Stay active on the sites on which you have created your profile:
Creating a business profile on the social sites alone is not enough. You should check out these sites regularly for the latest updates. Also respond to your readers’ questions and concerns.

Expand your group:
Choose your target audience. You can do this by knowing their interests and lifestyle. Find out about your target audience and expand your group

Leave your blog links on your social pages:
Whenever you post something on your blog then leave the links of that post on your social pages. This is the best way to direct your target audience to your site or blog.

Create good content:
Write quality and informative content and post it on your social sites like Facebook and Twitter.  If your visitors found that the content you produced is useful they will share the content with other members of their group. In this way your products get promoted.

Encourage comments:
You can ask your customers or visitors to comment on your posts. You can ask them by simple posing a question “what do you think?” You should then respond to the comments.

Comment on other posts :
When you comment on other’s posts there is a chance of you being notified. People who are eager to know about you will surely click on your link.

Organise contests or give away freebies :
People don’t visit your page or site until or unless you offer them something. So, try to conduct contests and reward the winners and you can also give away freebies in order to attract them.

You can also add a video describing a product or service of yours. This will work for sure as people love to watch something rather than reading. So, design a video which describes your product and post it on YouTube. You can also leave a link to your site so that the interested people can easily click on the link to reach you
 
Author Bio : This guest post was written by Maria Benson, a content writer currently focusing on ppi claims related contents.