Sep 10, 2011

Twylah Twitter SEO On Steroids
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Social Media

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Every person or business has probably had that “Aha!” moment when they see their tweet show up in a Google Alert. Of course, with Google Realtime Search probably relaunching with Google+ data to replace tweets, your tweets may not appear on Google but are still being indexed by all of the other search engines. Every time you tweet, there is a chance that your message will be retweeted or even linked to, but a majority of the time your tweet becomes a fleeting piece of data that is lost in time and buried together with the billion other tweets that exist.

Many businesses, through proactive content curation and a social media strategy that guides them into becoming the resource for their industry by sharing a lot of content, send out a lot of tweets on a daily basis. Is there a way that these tweets can somehow be used in a way to not only better brand their Twitter presence but also receive some SEO benefits? Yes, there is. And it’s a service that you might not have heard of but should be signing up for if you’re excited about the prospect.It’s called Twylah.
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