Smart SEO Just Got Smarter

When it comes to SEO, everyone knows about backlinks and content, but the user’s experience also impacts whether or not your content will convert. This is especially the case as we start the new year with both Bing and Google now counting who tweeted you and your “likes” on Facebook in their ranking algorithms. This means that, moving forward, social media will start having a bigger influence on your SEO. Adam Riemer has written a thorough article at that really hits this topic home. Here are a couple of things to remember while working on your SEO this year.

You will need tweets and Facebook likes.
Too much content can be a bad thing if you cannot navigate through it.
Don’t keep pages without a product to sell.
It’s all about the end user.

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