Jun 27, 2013

How Social Media Turbo-Charges Content Marketing
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Without a doubt, social media and content marketing go hand-in-hand. If you are a business owner or marketer, it is important to be blogging on a regular basis. More importantly, you should be blogging about topics that appeal to your audience and/or target market. Social media helps businesses broadcast their content so more people will see it – and hopefully share it.

In a nutshell, creating quality content is crucial – and social networking and connecting is, too. This article explains ten ways – and gives some helpful advice – on how social media turbo charges content marketing.

 

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The impact of wider social influence on the way Google ranks your web presence is becoming less debatable with time. But even while amassing a sizeable Twitter following may not directly affect PageRank, it certainly increases the likelihood that content such as blog posts, articles, white papers and so on end up in front of the decision makers it needs to be seen by.

via 10 ways social media can turbo charge content marketing | Blog Writing Services & WordPress Design London by BlogStar.

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Jennifer G. Hanford

Jennifer G. Hanford is the owner and managing director of j+ Media Solutions, which offers social and content solutions for businesses of all sizes. She also contributes articles for SteamFeed and Social Media Club.
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