Sunday, December 15, 2013

So why not, Try Google Local Map

Google is always experimenting different stuff., and artificial intelligence of the bot seems to be too good. I was trying to rank keyword for one of my client but this time I tried some thing  different, its the smart work that really works to thrive in the industries. Some one already quoted "Think Different Do It Smart" .

Yes I shifted my knowledge to google maps and tried to rank in SERP. I was able to show the result in a months and it really worked out. When it comes to SEO people think of only organic result but I think "Google Map".



Will I able to rank in Google Map?

Yes surly you can rank, in Map too we have something called ON map SEO, It basically you need to have right amount of keywords in title, body, and other areas, Always try to have your brand name in title and then followed by the primary keyword.

Is there link building involved in this process?

There is no link building but there is some think called Citation, which need to build.

To know more about citation stay tuned in my next blog post.

SEO TRAINING CHENNAI

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Guide To Create A Infographics

Infographics are pictorial representations of information, data or knowledge intended to present complex information in simple user understandable format . Recently I see big demand in Infographics . Infographics  can go Viral and thus this is very good way to bring branding.


Thursday, April 4, 2013

Google Nose newest addition to Search - 2013







Google has launched a new way to search  "The new scentsation in search". Know all the smell from apples order to beautiful rose order  Google Nose. What do wet dogs smell like? for more ck out the vedio

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Social Media Marketing Trends In 2013


Social Media Marketing Trends In 2013



Social media will continue to play a central role in marketers´ day-to-day work over the course of this year. But many of them are pondering over the development of social marketing over the next months. Kristin Brewe, the IAB´s director of marketing and communications and chair of the Social Media Council, is just the right person to offer an insight into the matter.

Writing in a blog post on IAB´s website, Brewe noted a few key trends that social media marketing is likely to follow in 2013. Measurement will remain a key focus for businesses, as many have so far found performance and ROI measurement quite elusive. A recent poll from the IAB showed that more than a quarter of respondents had no clue how their organisations measured social performance, with only 17% of those interviewed measuring ROI on social sites activity.

As news and messages in general travel at the speed of sound on social media, it is becoming nearly impossible to hide the truth. Brands need to be more truthful than ever because social media makes their business transparent and exposed like never before. Communicating honestly with customers and being open to criticism is the right approach, Brewe claimed.

While the majority of brands are playing it safe by creating brand pages on big, well-established platforms, the alternative is also worth giving it a thought. Brands willing to take a risk might venture into creating their own platforms, with their own community, as this will undoubtedly make them stand out from the crowd.

The bottom line is that the social media outlook is very good despite the challenges brands face. It gives unrivalled opportunities for creating valuable relationships between brands and consumers, Brewe concluded.