3 Reasons Social Marketing is Better Than SEO

3 Reasons Social Marketing is Better Than SEO Avatar Posted by wade32 under Social Media
From http://bloggersmakemoney.com 1830 days ago
Made Hot by: SJC on June 24, 2013 6:09 pm
There are two sides of the blogging camp. Those that promote social marketing and those that stand by search engine optimization tactics. Which camp are you in? When you really think about it, what do you do to ensure that your post gets the most visib...


Written by BizRock
1824 days ago

Very interesting post about reasons why is social marketing better then SEO! They both have their advantages and disadvantages and that is the best reason why you need to combine them! If you do that you are on the half way to success!

Thank you for sharing!

Written by lyceum
1825 days ago

Wade Harman: Thanks for speaking out on this issue. I am definitively in the social marketing camp, using organic SEO in a natural (voice) way, for the long run.

"Write for the reader and not the search engines."

Written by bigmoneyweb
1829 days ago

I've heard before that social marketing is better than SEO but, i will not doubt it because nothing is impossible these days. Thanks for letting us know anyway.


Written by lyceum
1825 days ago

Valentine: Blogging started out with creating content, then came "search engine optimization" along. But the search formula is changing all the time, and will in the future too. Maybe we will find valuable stuff in a different way in the future? I see a renaissance for compiling good material, bookmarking service, social sharing, etc. Even Google has jumped on the bandwagon with +1 and Bing with Klout. I think that specialized search engines like DuckGoGo will have a chance to get a bigger market share in the future. I look forward to real personalized search...

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