The Weekly Compete Pulse

Here are some articles we read this week and found interesting for online marketers.

When it comes to doing business online nothing is quite as important as your online reputation. In this article, Social Media Examiner reminds us the importance of being aware of your reputation and tips to manage your online reputation to better your online business: 5 Ways to Effectively Manage Your Online Reputation

For B2B companies social media marketing can seem like a challenging campaign to run. However, in this article Search Engine Watch proves that wrong, highlighting a few companies who had succesful B2B social media marketing campaigns: B2B Social Media Marketing–Does It Work?

By now all brands, small and large, have a Facebook page, which means the next step is successfully engaging on Facebook. In this article, Social Media Today explains to us seven tips to increase engagement, build a community and strengthen your brand’s relationships: The Lucky 7 Tips to Successful Engagement on Facebook

Online customer reviews are becoming increasingly popular in the online world. Clickz talks about how these social ratings may begin to have an impact on websites’ search rankings: Social Ratings and Search Rankings

With the number of blogs now online its hard to get your blog noticed, or more specifically your blog posts. In this article, ProBlogger defines seven factors that can improve your blog posts and make them that much more stronger: 7 Powerful Ways to Get Your Blog Post Noticed

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  1. Hloponin

    Браво, блестящая фраза и своевременно


  2. Monex

    …..I think one of the ways you can sum up the idea of social media optimization and marketing is traffic alternatives to Google. As great as Google is marketers are increasingly looking for alternative and or additional channels for content distribution and marketing and consumers for sources of information and interaction..Some have suggested social search as an alternative. I dont think social search will ever replace search engines as we know them today but I do think the rate of growth for major search engines will certainly be affected by the growing number of niche tools and media specific channels such as social networks social bookmarking sites personalized search tagging podcasts video blogs regular blogs and other social media..Some bloggers have been calling SMO the next level of SEO or SEO 2.0.