87 More Vital Social Media Marketing Facts and Stats for 2012
OCTOBER 16, 2012
Looking at five leading social networks (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Google+ and Pinterest), Fortune 100 company names are mentioned more than 10 million times per month. To accommodate different product lines, business units and geographies, the average Fortune 100 company now maintains 10 official corporate Twitter accounts, 10 Facebook pages and eight YouTube channels. HubSpot ).
Paid Advertising 101: Understanding Search and Display Advertising
NOVEMBER 4, 2015
In contrast to SEO, which relies on unpaid “organic” means to achieve its ends, paid search allows you to pay a fee to have your web or social content displayed on the search engine results pages (SERPs) when someone queries a specific keyword or phrase into a search engine. billion in online ad revenues in the US, up 22.5% year over year. billion, a 19% year-over-year increase. Read on.
The Modern Nonprofit's Guide to SEO
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They also need to be refreshed to reflect changes in your keyword strategy or to adapt to changes in Google's SERP priorities, which happen constantly. HubSpot's Website Grader will point out some quick wins and areas that need further development. Start your YouTube channel with whatever video content you already have: talks at events, constituent testimonials, education videos.
48 Phenomenal SEO Guides, Tips & Tactics
FEBRUARY 24, 2015
How To Use SEO To Boost Your Brand’s YouTube Channel by MediaPost. through integrating your YouTube channel with your Google+ account. The Ultimate Guide to Enterprise SEO by SERPs. If you want to create a video that is specifically for branding and getting your name in front of people, then YouTube, Vimeo, etc. But change is.” Guides to SEO for Beginners.
Best Social Media and Digitial Marketing Research and Statistics of 2011, Part 1
NOVEMBER 28, 2011
Sure, teenagers spend a lot of time on YouTube, but did you know that three-quarters of business executives watch work-related online videos weekly? Among the findings: “Three-quarters of all executives said they watched work-related videos on business websites at least once a week, and more than half did the same on YouTube.” Or that 73% of U.S. And 73% of U.S. Oh yeah.