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Incorporating Social Media With Your Site Or Blog

There is on simple thing that everyone must do if they have a blog or website, and that is learn how to use social media. It takes many years to learn, but here are a few things that I've learned over the years that should help.

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PRLog (Press Release) - Jan. 23, 2013 - Over the last five years or so, I've worked out a pretty good strategy for getting traffic through social media sites.

Basically, you have to get friends and followers on all the big sites, aiming to friend those people who are most interested in what you have to say.

For example, you might want to send a friend request to someone you found in a Facebook search on marketing, if they seem like they are interested in marketing, and wouldn't mind accepting your friend request.

This is just one of the ways you can build up a list of targeted friends, fans and followers.

There is another way to get tons of likes and followers quickly though, and that is by buying them.

The difference is that the people are just random people, or sometimes they can be just machines made to look like people, but in some cases and for some purposes that's all you need.

For example, if you have no likes on your page to start with, you seem less credible to your visitors, and nobody will believe you when you say you are a famous person, or an expert at anything.

Think about it, if you're a musician or an actor, or an internet marketing genius or owner of a supposedly huge website, then where are all the fans?

If they aren't there, then you really only have one choice if you want to seem popular to anyone who sees the page, and that is to buy some fans to kickstart the process.

If the title of your page is a keyword phrase that has a good exact match search volume on Google, (which it should be), then you can also get a Facebook page to rank on Google relatively easily in comparison to a regular site.

The reason is that you are already on a PR 9 site, and you just need to convince Google that your page is one of the more important pages on the largest site in the world.

How do you do that? Mostly by buying tons of likes in a gradual and consistent way over time, while also making other cross links on Facebook, and building back links to the page from other domains, and by updating the page with high quality content every day.

Check out this site, you can get in contact with me through the link in the sidebar, or for that matter, just send me a message now at rowancasey@bigpond.com to talk about getting anything you want, including likes.

I can get you as many likes, (followers, views, shares, etc) as you want for a very affordable price and they are real active users, not fake computer generated accounts.

Check out my social media blog for more details on any of the things discussed here. Get in touch with me and I will sort you out with anything you want basically. http://socialwebblog.com/

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