Quickest SEO and Social Media Summary

Quickest SEO and Social Media Summary

Quickest SEO and Social Media Summary

Quickest SEO and Social Media Summary

For SEO, it helps people when they understand is that Google® owns about 90% of the internet of the internet opportunities. They own UTUBE® which is the number 2 player in the digital world. Being one and two leaves very little opportunities for others out there like Yahoo (are they still in business?). Everything online today is a search engine. Every social media platform is also a huge search engine opportunity.

Here is a simple and quick list of how to know which places, where, and when to spend your efforts and money on social media. Highlight your target markets with just a few and start there. As you get up to speed and comfortable, then look at what you may be missing and need to expand towards.

 

  • StumbleUpon, Youtube, and Google+ are the most effective platforms for SEO goals.
  • Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter are the most effective platforms for generating traffic goals.
  • Slideshare, Google+, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, YouTube, Pinterest, and Instagram are all good platforms for brand exposure goals.
  • Slideshare, Google+, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube are great platforms for customer engagement goals.
  • Facebook has the most users. It’s followed by YouTube, Twitter, and Google+.
  • If you’re targeting users under 18, then Google+ and Pinterest will be effective.
  • If you’re targeting users between 18 and 24, then you’ll find them on Google+ and Reddit.
  • If you’re targeting users between 25 and 34, then you should look to Google+ and YouTube.
  • If you’re targeting users between 34 and 44, then LinkedIn and Slideshare will be your best bet.
  • If you’re targeting users between 45 and 54, then you probably want to look at Facebook, Linkedin, and Pinterest.
  • If you’re targeting users between 55 and 64, then Facebook, Linkedin, and Pinterest are still the way to go.
  • If you’re targeting users above 65, then Linkedin and Facebook will work.
  • Facebook and Reddit has a majority of men on the network.
  • Pinterest and Twitter skews more heavily towards women.

 

Keith Thorn, LLC
On Point Business Solutions – Working Smarter, Not Harder® Apps

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