Via Scoop.it – Content Curation, Social Media and Beyond
This is a good piece, and of course, it has everything to do with content, if you’re curating for business branding, you will want to have a look at this, good info.
Intro: “When developing a social search strategy, it’s tempting to look at social networks”‘alone and how you will effectively be found through search to gain…
Social search is gaining in popularity as a marketing term and practice as more brands recognise the benefit in developing a combined strategy and the need to react to changing consumer behaviour.
A search engine results page is no longer just a mass of static links, but combines photo, video and realtime content to present the user with an increasingly changing web of gateways to content online.
The focus for a long time has been on the strategy on external social networks – increasing your profiles to reach new users but also improve your search engine rankings to control the front page for your results.
The website has taken somewhat of a backfoot when it comes to a social search strategy, but you risk ignoring it at your peril. Content is still king.
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