getting traffic for Your Blog

Your not limited to pinging your website or blog, any articles, YouTube, videos or any other content you have online can be pinged. This helps index them faster making them better backlinks and driving more traffic to your site. If you attend any events or trade shows it’s a good chance to update your followers in real time about any interesting news or opinions. Again, this fosters good relationships and trust. Yammer ties in with the concept of flat organisations, in which senior management is more closely connected to the rest of the work force.

http://www.facegroup.com/blog/rise-of-the-chinese-social-consumer.htmlIs that sort of approach realistic for larger companies? It is also customary to send them a direct message thanking them for following you. One of the biggest “twitter taboos” is to send your new follower a direct message with an affiliate link or a link to your website. If they are interested in you, trust me, they with click on your website in your profile to find out more about you. Adding a link to your thank you DM is like shoving your information down their throat.

..and may be considered Spam. That means you only have a limited amount of characters on your key https://0-www.executiveboard.com.pulse.petronas.com.my/blogs/serving-asian-customers-think-social-media/ (www.acclaro.com) pad that you can use to post. In a regular blog, you can post paragraph after paragraph and it is good to use that for detailed information about what you are sharing with your readers. microblogging puts little snipits along with links and it allows your readers to decide a bit easier if they want to http://www.go-gulf.com/blog/how-organizations-structure-social-media-teams/ go and read all you have to say.

Here are the cool things about it: So you get all the power of twitter but all your posts, replies, direct messages are place into their own group which makes things easier to manage. You can add people into new groups. You can create your own search groups. Bit.ly is a newer service that shortens URLs in the same manner however it offers some additional features as well. Users can track their URLs as well as the traffic sources and visitors to their existing links.

Bit-ly also allows users to post the shortened URLs directly on Twitter.

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