My latest post for the @moz team is this piece, looking at how you can create great content ideas in a more structured, effective way...
As Google+ becomes integrated across more platforms and services, a new and different skill set is needed from the old techniques used on Twitter and Facebook to optimize for traffic.
Points covered include:
1. Headlines, every time
2. Formatting for attention
3. Use your words
4. Use your images too
5. Smarter sharing > targeted
6. The mighty, mighty #hashtag
7. Find the followed links
8. Leverage Google+ comments
9. +Post Ads: the future of social engagement?
10. Interactive posts
Dumb posts don't succeed. Smart marketers leverage the multiple tools of the Google+ platform to reach visitors across different mediums and messages.
http://moz.com/blog/google-plus-tips-seo #seo #googleplus #marketing
- White.netDirector of Services, 2013 - present
- SEOptimiseSenior SEO/Search Manager, 2011 - present
- iThinkMediaSEO Manager, 2008 - 2011
- Dsg InternationalWeb Design & Online Marketing, 2007 - 2008
Daniel Bianchini is an Oxford SEO Consultant with over 8 years experience in Search Engine Optimisation and website design working both agency and client side. I have a vast amount of knowledge in technical SEO techniques including site coding, site structure, search engine accessibility and devising SEO strategies.
I am dedicated to remaining at the forefront of the SEO and the online marketing industry through constant training, attending conferences & exhibitions whilst also keeping up to date with the latest industry blogs & news.
When I'm not looking at online SEO blogs and articles (and occasionally BBC Sport), I am a keen sportsman with an obsessive interest in Football supporting the Premier League team that is closest to my home town of Oxford… Manchester United.
I also plays Golf, Squash & Badminton, and I'm very competitive. I hates losing!
- Oxford Brookes UniversityComputing BSc