• Hilly Glaser

    These are great suggestions but I’d be careful telling people to turn to a blog as an SEO strategy. Not every business should have a blog – unless you have a product that could appeal to the masses and you have something they want to read, a blog may not be necessary.

    Otherwise, these are very sound suggestions. What do you suggest for national companies that may not be able to use a Google+ Local Page?

  • http://www.brand.com/blog James R. Halloran

    Very nice tips! The only thing I would add would be to start blogging. It’s one of the best ways to keep your site fresh and send good signals to the search engines for your brand.

    And search engines love fresh, new content. So, why not take advantage of that?

  • Amitesh Misra

    These are fairly basic steps… almost every marketer who is into social media marketing knows them well… I can add a good point in it though… rather than working on your naked profiles, it’s a better idea to use a social media manegament platform like let’s say http://www.sociota.net

  • http://seo.polevaultmedia.com/ Daniel Shaw

    I actually believe every site should have a blog, if not only for an about us and recent news page. In the shift to online, it is very important to convey the person on the other side of the machine. A great site to consult if these practices are being implemented is seo.polevaultmedia. It is an excellent tool that will tell you your balance between writing for SEO and writing for a human.