Sep 26, 2012

10 SEO Myths Debunked
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In 2012, some myths are still alive and well. Steve Plunkett debunks 10 of them:

1. Search Engine Optimization is something where we get as much information from as many SEO vendors as possible and hand it off to our IT people to do SEO with that info

2. Search Engine Optimization has been replaced by Social Media

3. Social Media has nothing to do with our Brand

4. Social Media has nothing to do with Customer Service

5. PR Firms should control ORM and Social Media

6. Clients don’t get ORM

7. Facebook is the only thing I need to do for Social Media

8. Google + is a Ghost town

9. Twitter is the new MySpace

10. A “Like” means there is a customer out there passionate about my brand. Nickelback even “likes” us

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Cendrine Marrouat

Cendrine Marrouat is a social media journalist, blogger, coach, curator, and author living in Canada. She is also the founder of Social Media Slant , a blog focusing on social media tips, tools, stats, and news for small businesses and solo-entrepreneurs.

On March 6, 2012, Cendrine released The Little Big eBook on Blogging: 40 Traffic Generation Tips, a comprehensive resource that provides bloggers of all levels with essential information and precise guidance to attract quality traffic to their blogs. She is currently working on an eBook on social media strategies.
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Cendrine Marrouat

Cendrine Marrouat is a social media journalist, blogger, coach, curator, and author living in Canada. She is also the founder of Social Media Slant , a blog focusing on social media tips, tools, stats, and news for small businesses and solo-entrepreneurs. On March 6, 2012, Cendrine released The Little Big eBook on Blogging: 40 Traffic Generation Tips, a comprehensive resource that provides bloggers of all levels with essential information and precise guidance to attract quality traffic to their blogs. She is currently working on an eBook on social media strategies.

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