Only 5% of your Facebook page posts are making it to your audiences feed walls. Unless you advertise.
Here is a way to force your posts into an audiences wall.
The only challenge is that you have to convince your audience to make your posts first. As shown in the graphic.
And I am going to ask you to do so in your feed. Check out all the cool tips we provide you in this page and I am sure you can see now why it is so crucial that you follow us first so that you can keep up with all the best tips and tricks for your traffic and sales needs.
So follow this graphics tips and do the same at the top of this page, please.
How to Have Fun and Profit While Building Your Personal Brand
"get warm leads who feel like they know you"
Join Realtor Mark Parrish and me as he shares his personal branding and social media strategies applicable to your business....
Some of the gold he shares:
How to attract the people you want to work with.
How A Realtor uses social media to get on TV and more.
.Create an online character of himself.
Why he only friends with his market geography. He friends and friends of friends in town.
How to be a hometown celebrity and "a day maker" for your marketplace.
How to be authentic.
How to get an active following.
How Mark breaks himself out of the commodity trap. (all business is in a commodity trap)
Why "You cannot sell people on Facebook".
How Mark leverages transparency to increase his visibility.
How a quirky Instagram mermaid post got Mark into a new promotional opportunity.
The voyeur power of social media. Why its not always about the likes.
The direct recording is here. https://goo.gl/8FHp0w It fits very well with the last recording with Bernice where we talk about content creation.
What comes first the chicken or the egg?
Social signals or we like to call them, social noisemakers create better rankings. Or at least that is the rumor. However, Matt Cutts long ago refuted this as malarky as a ranking factor.
However, it is reasonable to assume that minimally the more shares and likes a page has. The more traffic it will get. And thus the better metrics it will have. Which is number five in our ranking factors pyramid....
Now if it really mattered as a linking factor which we believe it does. Despite no follows. Social sites may not pass juice, but it passes authority. A factor missing in many site link profiles.
The link to our ranking outlines.
"Magicians start by looking for blind spots, edges, vulnerabilities and limits of people’s perception, so they can influence what people do without them even realizing it. Once you know how to push people’s buttons, you can play them like a piano.
Hijack #1: If You Control the Menu, You Control the Choices
"the group falls for the illusion that Yelp’s menu represents a complete set of choices for where to go."The “most empowering” menu is different than the menu that has the ...most choices. But when we blindly surrender to the menus we’re given, it’s easy to lose track of the difference:
Hijack #2: Put a Slot Machine In a Billion Pockets
#1 psychological ingredient in slot machines: intermittent variable rewards...We check the phone 150 times a day.
Hijack #3: Fear of Missing Something Important (FOMSI)
Hijack #4: Social Approval
Hijack #5: Social Reciprocity (Tit-for-tat)
Hijack #6: Bottomless bowls, Infinite Feeds, and Autoplay
Hijack #7: Instant Interruption vs. “Respectful” Delivery
Hijack #8: Bundling Your Reasons with Their Reasons
Another way apps hijack you is by taking your reasons for visiting the app (to perform a task) and make them inseparable from the app’s business reasons (maximizing how much we consume once we’re there).
Hijack #9: Inconvenient Choices
NYTimes.com lets you “make a free choice” to cancel your digital subscription. But instead of just doing it when you hit “Cancel Subscription,” they send you an email with information on how to cancel your account by calling a phone number that’s only open at certain times.
Hijack #10: Forecasting Errors, “Foot in the Door” strategies
People don’t intuitively forecast the true cost of a click when it’s presented to them. Sales people use “foot in the door” techniques by asking for a small innocuous request to begin with (“just one click to see which tweet got retweeted”) and escalate from there (“why don’t you stay awhile?”). Virtually all engagement websites use this trick.
Instead of viewing the world in terms of availability of choices, we should view the world in terms of friction required to enact choices. "
SEO is about infusing the umbrella of your brand through the following five actions.
1. On page optimization-This is the topic of this SEO Shorts where we cover content marketing Next will be on page optimization
3. Social Noise
Cool take on social sites and their use if any lol. Poor G+ gets bashed again. But if you are into SEO. Do not take our teenage friends advice. This about social media use. Not SEO.
Taking social media too far... Or doing what it was meant to do?