SEO Infographics: A Week in Pictures #6

Google Revenue 2011
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Business Impact of Social Media
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Twitter 2012
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Web Design Clients
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Can We Trust Google?
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Testing Social Signals
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Penguin Infographic
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Social Media – Getting Results
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Psychology of Colour
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Facebook App Development
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Websites Simplified
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Sharing Through the Ages
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SEO Infographics: A Week in Pictures #5

Why Brands Post on Facebook
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The Google Diet
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25 Million Professionals
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Facebook Ads Report
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900 Million Users
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Social and E-commerce
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Epic Facebook Survey
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SEO Tactics 2012
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Olympics and Social Media
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Customer Empowerment
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Twitter Figures
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Web Design and Engagement
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You are what you Tweet
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Faces of Internet Users
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Digital Media Growth
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Affiliate Marketing
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SEO Off Page Campaign
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Pinterest Popped: Why It Won’t Drive Traffic To Your Site

pinterest  poppedPinterest: Analysis of the real traffic winners

Pinterest has been gaining a lot of interest over the last few months, with nearly every other tweet being about the new social site.

One of the main claims is that it is a great site for driving traffic to your website. However, these claims cannot be taken at face value.

Just like any other social site Pinterest can be a beneficial platform for your social media campaign, but it is unlikely to  improve traffic and here’s why.

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Is Your Social Identity Complete?

Social identity is made up of parts, do you have every piece?

In the real world who we are is made up of parts. Parent, child, grandparent, aunt, friend, lover, wife, husband, employee, celebrity – the list goes on.

The same is true online, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Google+ – these site help us to create our online identity. What’s more, if we are not on an important site then our identity is incomplete, it’s as if a jigsaw piece is missing.

So if you are just getting into social media then think about what you want to say about yourself and what impression you want to give to the world. If you don’t have a rounded identity then your reach will be low and people won’t take you seriously.


Twitter and Network Theory

View Twitter as a Network: The Correct Strategy to Entice Followers

Ok, so I was thinking that I should go back to slideshare and create a new presentation. From that thought blossomed an examination of Twitter and how best to view the relationships between users.

Although the theory outlined here is not complete, it does clearly outline the relationships between “king pins” and grass roots followers. By gaining an understanding of this relationship you can significantly enhance your Twitter behaviour and ultimately attract new followers.

The proposed strategy does need some finesse and some personality when it is implemented but hopefully you’ll find this useful when developing your next social media campaign.


Pinterest – Everyone is Talking About it

Pinterest – I can see the appeal

Ok, so I’m on Pinterest. To see some of the infographics I’ve “pinned” go to pinterest.com/tudordavies.

Here’s a screenshot of my link building board – any comments are welcome.


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