How To Grow Social Power Like Buzzblogger With JustREtweet

How To Promote Social Content


Social And Everything Else

The tough reality about being online is that you're basically one peanut in a village of millions of other peanuts. Strange analogy right ? I know, I know.. but just hang in there with me on this. With that said, there's no denying how hard it is to stand out online especially if you're in a competitive niche. Additionally, the game has changed and developing a presence online isn't achieved with the same tactics that have been used in the past either. When you hear people say things like SEO is changing and social is your best bet to have any chance at getting eyeballs on your website, your content and your brand, there's plenty of truth to that.  There's no shortage of advice being touted in the industry that resembles more of a paradigm shift in our way of thinking with respect to "how to" achieve internet success and visibility nowadays.

The support for such thinking isn't about something so fickle as mere speculation when you look at the data that paints a pretty vivid picture on the significance of social and it's impact overall. As a blogger or website owner, prime real estate is everything and with respect to your content and your products, you're looking for premiere spaces that will allow you to promote in aims to give your business massive exposure. The easiest way to do that is to go where the traffic is... think "heavily populated" areas people. Consider the following....

Social Insight

The numbers are pretty staggering with respect to what goes on in Twitter land. In a nutshell, what these numbers should tell you is that Twitter is worth your time. My goals for any project I constitute are always pretty conservative, so even if I only saw 10 to 20 visitors a day from Twitter, in my mind, that makes the investment of time for that platform to me worthwhile. However, we're talking social and the real nugget here is that what I'm hoping for is that my tweet gets retweeted to other people's lists and their followers to get additional exposure for the content associated with my tweet that's been shared to other people. Wow.. now that's a mouthful, but hopefully you get the gist of what I'm saying.

Sharing is a pretty legitimate measuring stick in assessing whether people like your content or not. I mean, lets be real here.. of course you're not going to publish anything that hasn't received your bonafide stamp of approval, but just because you like it doesn't mean anyone else is going to. Additionally, it's not like you can force people to share your products or your content either. The online community and people in general.. we don't like to share garbage, nonsense, overly promotional material, folks that are in it for a quick buck and a host of other things. People have a greater sense of seeking value, probably moreso now than ever before and can sniff out anything less than that miles away.

Easier Sharing Is Here

A content sharing platform that has been getting it's lions share of attention has been a website called Justretweet. While I do personally use this website, one of the more confirming attributes about it was knowing that other established bloggers were using the same platform, hence the title of this post in referencing Kim Roach of Buzzblogger, who has a wealth of knowledge about traffic generation. Realizing that someone of her reputation and credibility uses Justretweet was proof enough that this wasn't your run of the mill destination online.

Justretweet, a website started by Chris Fong is a content sharing website that will share content to Google Plus, Twitter and Facebook. At the time of writing this post, when you sign up to the website, you will be credited with 100 free credits to your account. They use a credit system whereby the activities that you engage in will help you earn credits. These credits can in turn be used to get your content pushed out to any or all of the 3 major social networks that I spoke of before (e.g. Facebook, Google Plus and Twitter).

One of the most unique and attractive qualities about the website is that all content submitted for sharing is manually reviewed which is great for many and not so great for others. In short, this means that for example if you are purely an affiliate website, this likely would not be a good fit for you as these kind of websites are heavily focused on products and not on content. Justretweet prides itself on publishing and promoting quality content. However, like many other places on the web, embedding affiliate products into your "high quality" content is just fine from what I have noticed in my own tests. Nevertheless, I would still strongly advise that you truly evaluate what is quality content before attempting to hastily submit a tweet for sharing without understanding what would be acceptable in their system.

While some may have a different take on this, longer posts do tend to  get shared more often. In another post I've written I talk about the length of articles and content in a reply to a KissMetrics article that I read online. Follow my post here: Dear KissMetrics.

You should also realize that getting other people involved in sharing your content starts with what they are going to be sharing in the first place. When you've written something meaningful and I would recommend at least 500 words that isn't full of fluff, then the likelihood of getting your content shared improves drastically. At the core of sharing in general, people want to share information that they believe other people will find useful and interesting and hey, if it's funny, that will go a long way with people too.

Not that I'm into promotional plugs, but for a new blogger or even one that's been around for quite some time, Justretweet is one of the best content sharing platforms currently available to marketers, bloggers and website owners alike. This platform improves your ability to get your content in front of other people you wouldn't have access to otherwise, especially in such a competitive times with respect to building your brand and presence online.

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Top Tweet News - Tweet Storms - Possible New Twitter Products

Tweet Storms and Twitter Storms - Possible New Twitter Product


So what's the next top tweet or new trending hashtag for Twitter ? According to Venture Capitalist, Fred Wilson, Tweet Storms should be the next bold move. I don't know about you, but I have never heard of this concept before, but apparently it's not that hard to grasp.. it's brilliant really and provides another dynamic that I think Twitter users will easily jump on if this concept starts to get any traction. Taking one broad thought and breaking it up into tweetable digests and thus you have a "tweet storm". Whether this is something numbered, hashed or other system of identification to make the storms easier to follow sounds like a fresh new idea for the company. Lets face it, there hasn't been anything really new that the masses could jump on for a while with Twitter and while there are skeptics out there, this could be great for Twitter if they're willing to move in this direction. Tweet storms don't have be tweeted consecutively right away. These twitter storms could last for days, building on anticipation for readers that are following the storms. This has the potential to turn Twitter into a more purposeful reading experience rather than just a platform for random and unstructured thoughts. Consider the marketer in mind, this has the potential to improve the social connection and showcase knowledge of products with potential customers as well. It's the right move.. now Twitter it's your turn to do something about it.

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Twitter SEO

Twitter SEO


In this new age of SEO, what you can't deny is that the use of social media is more and more important in your attempts to be seen in the search engines and their ever-changing algorithms. Twitter is at the forefront of the social media platforms that has the powerful to impact your visibility online. So how do you use Twitter to your advantage with respect to SEO ?

Consider your username. Is there something that you're trying to brand ? Is there a high traffic keyword that you could target in your twitter handle ? If so, then this is a great place to start. Make sure that this keyword or brand is included in your Twitter handle.

Another aspect that you may want to consider in Twitter SEO, is to make sure that you are hyperlinking back to your website. Make sure that you also include where you're located. Twitter will allow you to do this and this will better optimize your profile and help you to better target other clients and businesses in your area that is connected especially when local searches are made.

Common mistakes that people make is to start tweets with other user handles. This prevents "most" people from seeing your tweet/message. However, mentioning others in your tweets is a great way to start a conversation and networking in Twitter is important. Tweet frequently about your business and of course utilize hashtags that are relevant.

Make sure that you have a call to action in your tweets.. this will help you to bring people back to your website. ASK people to retweet. Additionally there are instances where it's appropriate to "tell" people to retweet a message too.

These are tips that you can use to better SEO your Twitter account/profile and to increase rankings as well in each search engine too.

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The Importance Of Having A Strong Presence Online

Consider this infographic which has some staggering numbers to consider. This is representative of how we are truly becoming an online world. The image is coined, "Data Never Sleeps" and who would argue that. Sharing this infographic with you should shed some light on your efforts to get noticed online.

To think that we started out with email and it's morphed into many different avenues of sharing and connectivity. Interestingly enough, many of the same trends that we see in activities offline, we're seeing that trend online too. For those of us thinking about increasing our presence online, you can never get away from the mindset of "what's in it for me" as you're composing content for your visitors and readers. However, here are the roads of interest that you can't ignore. This data tells you how much data is being is being generated "every minute of every day" and where it's happening... THAT.. my friend.. is powerful data to consider and use in your quest to increase your visibility online.

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Viral Kid Market Monetization Strategy

Chime in on what your thoughts are here. Parody accounts making teens hundreds to thousands of dollars per day. The online marketplace and message it's sending in regards to "what would you do for money" in spite of the regulation that exists could potentially need even more regulation. Profitable.. sure, but like the article asks.. is this merely clever or is this something else.

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