WordPress, SEO, and Social Media Marketing

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WordPress, SEO, and Social Media Marketing

WordPress, SEO, and Social Media Marketing In today’s super-connected world of the Internet, social media, blogs, Twitter, and Facebook, it’s not surprising that the tools that are used online directly impact business. How you communicate on blogs and social networks can make or break your ability to find a job, get new business, or drive more traffic to your site.

If you’ve studied the behaviour and ensuing results associated with retweeting and link backs lately, you’d be surprised to learn just how few people actually click through to interact with the shared content, let alone using or referring the product or service contained in the link — no matter how influential you are.

Of course, the more authority and trust you possess, the more retweets and shares you earn, but the follow-through never fails to dissipate without fuel and cultivation. We are referring to the trend among marketers and publicists to focus on a broad push to win over constituents.

Although this is the prevailing approach, building a community around ideas, companies, or startups is the only surefire way to create, and sustain, the drive needed to build the traffic and buzz. In this we about some of the challenges facing bloggers when it comes to marketing their content. WordPress offers many possible solutions, including core features and plugins, to help bloggers successfully promote the content they produce.

By |2019-02-08T19:21:58-04:00April 3rd, 2018|Categories: Computer Programming Languages, WordPress Bible|Tags: , , |

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I am a loving father, & husband. I am a computer enthusiast. I have used and enjoyed computers since I was young and I enjoy teaching young minds how to code, because it teaches them how to think. Today with YouTube, and social media garbage our youth are losing the ability to think on their own and solve problems. I believe this is a serious epidemic as kids today dont understand that technology is a tool. This tool is being abused, and its underlying effects are taking its toll on kids behaviour, and learning.