Maximizing Your Visibility Social and SEO SMM 9017 with Suse Barnes Social Media Marketing Program SF State CEL March 17 – 28, 2015

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  • Maximizing Your Visibility Social and SEO SMM 9017 with Suse Barnes Social Media Marketing Program SF State CEL March 17 28, 2015
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  • Introductions
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  • Class 1
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  • Introductions A bit about me and a lot about YOU Please tell us 1. your name, 2. your company, 3. what you want to be when you grow up, 4. what you hope to get out of this class 5. how much know about SEO and SMO. Thank you!
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  • About Me
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  • What Well Cover in this Class 1.SEO 2.SMO 3.Tools and Tricks 4.Checklists 5.Strategy and Best Practices 6.Summary and Next Steps
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  • Two Tuesday Evenings and a Saturday Class is short. Make the most of it. Setup, SEO, Blog, Analytics, SMO, Site Clinics, Paid Search, AdWords, Questions, Strategy and Best Practices, more resources
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  • Class 1 Agenda 1.Special Guest: Martin Shervington on Google+ 2.Setup 3.SEO 4.Blog 5.Analytics
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  • 1. Meet Mr. Google+
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  • Meet Mr. Google+ bit.ly/shervPlus
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  • Take a Break
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  • 2. Setup: What do you need for this class? Access to a website you can analyze Preferably with social media accounts for the same site already in place Dont have one? No problem! You may use the class blog at http://dgtl.us to practice with andhttp://dgtl.us your assignment is to post one blog post whether you have a site or not.
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  • Class Sites Course Materials: http://www.susby.com/sfsu/ Class Blog: http://dgtl.us http://dgtl.us
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  • Setup Make sure we all have: 1.Google Account 2.Google Analytics 3.Google AdWords 4.Google Plus 5.Facebook Account 6.LinkedIn Account 7.Twitter Account If you dont have all of these, your homework is to set them all up.
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  • Why do we need all of these? 1. Search is primarily 2. Social signals help Google to decide if your website, web-page, or blog post is worth ranking.
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  • What is a search ranking? Demonstration: What should we search for on Google? [Who wants to volunteer a keyword search?]
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  • 3. SEO a.What is SEO? b.What is an SEO? c.What does an SEO do? i.Keywords ii.Placement iii.Links d.Is there an SEO in the house? e.Link Building f.Tools
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  • What do you do when you are looking for information?
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  • How do you choose which results to click on?
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  • Which Search Result gets your Click? 1.The most relevant 2.The most recent 3.The most authoritative 4.The most keywords
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  • How does Google Decide what search results to give you? 1.The most relevant (content and keywords) 2.The most recent (fresh is best) 3.The most authoritative (how many inbound links and the quality of those links) 4.The most networked (social signals)
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  • How do we make a web site findable? To be findable, your site must have Search Engine Friendly Content Human Friendly Content Keywords Links A Reason to Share and Return Social Signals
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  • See: http://moz.co m/blog/visual- guide-to- keyword- targeting- onpage- optimization
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  • But First: What is Search Engine Marketing? Even more first: What is Marketing? Mar-ket-ing the total of activities involved in the transfer of goods from the producer or seller to the consumer or buyer, including advertising, shipping, storing, and selling.
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  • What is Search Engine Marketing? Using search engines to promote your product or service online. A potential customer goes online and searches for your product. There are two possible results: 1.They find you. 2.They dont find you.
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  • So how do you get found? What begins with C? What begins with a K?
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  • What is Search Engine Marketing? If you are not on the first page of search results, you are unlikely to be found. There are two ways to be found: 1.Organic (FREE) listings 2.Sponsored listings (Paid search, PPC or Pay Per Click)
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  • Ads = Sponsored Paid listings Pay-per- click (PPC) Cost per click (CPC) AdWords Paid search Free or Organic listings start here
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  • When logged into Google, it knows your Location.
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  • Why are these showing up # 1 and # 2?
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  • Notice that there are no ads for this search term.
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  • Again, no ads. Can you figure out how a restaurant appears at the top of the search results?
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  • What is SEO? For Organic Free listing placement you need SEO aka Search Engine Optimization. SEO is the act of carefully designing and coding your web site so that it is very friendly to search engines. How do you do that?
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  • What is SEO? Remember that search engines are spiders and then ask yourself: What do spiders like? 1.Fresh food (fresh content) 2.Webs (link love) 3.Quality (links and content)
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  • What is SEO? What makes up a number one ranking on a search engine results page? Each engine has a different algorithm Al-go-rithm a set of rules for solving a problem in a finite number of steps, as for finding the greatest common divisor.
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  • What is SEO? For search engines the algorithm takes into consideration: The number of keywords in the content Where the keywords display, are they in the title, meta data, hyperlinks, headings, alt tags? What is the keyword relevancy? How popular is the website? I.e. Link Popularity or PageRank. How many inbound links are there? Is the site readable by a search engine AND a human? Does the site allow easy indexing? How often is the site referenced in social media? How popular is the main author of the site?
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  • How well is your site optimized? For a quick understanding of where you are starting from before optimizing a site, look at http://marketinggrader.com http://marketinggrader.com You will get a grade for your site and some pointers on how to improve that grade. Some things youll be able to do by yourself and other things youll want to hire a professional to help you with.
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  • http://searchengineland.com/seotable
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  • Which Search Engine Should You Focus On?
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  • Source : http://www.netmarketshare.com/search-engine-market- share.aspx?qprid=4&qpcustomd=0 http://www.netmarketshare.com/search-engine-market- share.aspx?qprid=4&qpcustomd=0
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  • Source : http://www.netmarketshare.com/search-engine-market- share.aspx?qprid=4&qpcustomd=0 http://www.netmarketshare.com/search-engine-market- share.aspx?qprid=4&qpcustomd=0
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  • Source: http://www.netmarketshare.com/social-media.aspx?qprid=89http://www.netmarketshare.com/social-media.aspx?qprid=89
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  • Source: http://www.netmarketshare.com/social-media.aspx?qprid=89http://www.netmarketshare.com/social-media.aspx?qprid=89
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  • Whats the Difference between Organic Search Listings and Paid Search Listings? Ads = Sponsored Paid listings Pay-per-click (PPC) Cost per click (CPC) AdWords Paid search Free or Organic listings Really FREE?
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  • What are the benefits of being listed well on a search engine? People are looking for you online: they are looking on search engines. 24/7 anytime, anywhere Cost effective Passive marketing
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  • What Are Your Goals? Get Traffic Increase Awareness Sell your product your services your brand Generate leads
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  • Your Search Engines Plan Failing to plan, is planning to fail. - Winston Churchill
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  • Plan for Sucess Understand where you are in the market Do competitor research on search engines and on their sites Use your common sense with regards to why they are performing better or worse http://www.compete.com or http://raventools.comhttp://www.compete.comhttp://raventools.com http://seoquake.comhttp://seoquake.com http://opensiteexplorer.orghttp://opensiteexplorer.org Grade your site http://marketing.grader.com/?s=wsg http://marketing.grader.com/?s=wsg
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  • Plan for Sucess Understand where you are in the market RankChecker from http://SEOBook.com (a Firefox plugin)http://SEOBook.com moz.org Opensite Explorer http://www.opensiteexplorer.org http://www.opensiteexplorer.org Google Webmaster Tools http://google.com/webmasters http://google.com/webmasters Google AdWords Keyword Tool http://adwords.google.com http://adwords.google.com Also try http://ubersuggest.org/http://ubersuggest.org/
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  • Plan for Success Build your keyword list What can you learn from your competitors and how? Googles Keywo