Theo from Mountain Media here again for another episode of SEO Rundown. Today’s topics; Yelp or how I stopped worrying and learned to love other review aggregators, Google stops following its own webmaster practices briefly, and an update on P3.0.
Twitter is so great. It is such a fun switch-up from the ever-so-personal Facebook. If you’re a small business…and you’re not on Twitter… you might want to reassess your social media strategy. Don’t know where to start? Here are some tips to help get you started.
Mountain Media is a full service digital agency nestled in the small town of Saratoga Springs, NY. Our team is made up of ten young professionals working hard to stay ahead of the latest trends. When we’re not designing websites, writing blogs, updating Facebook, creating and customizing apps, or shooting videos we like to spend time exploring. We love new adventures. Whether it be skiing down a mountain, camping the Adirondacks, or getting active in the community… our awesome staff is always up to something.
To kick off 2014, we wanted to thank our fans for their continued support! We are giving away a $100.00 Eastern Mountain Sports gift card. We also hope to attract new forward-thinking adventurers and build some brand awareness.
My name is Cassie Jaufmann, and I started working for Mountain Media as their new Social Media Specialist earlier this month. Although “specialist” is my professional title, I like to think of myself as a Social Media Queen. I am extremely energetic (and positive), and work hard to stay ahead of the latest news, trends, and techniques. My goal here at Mountain Media is to work with you on creating the best and most efficient Social Media Strategy geared towards your personal business goals.
With that being said according to Merriam-Webster, Social media is defined as:
I personally define social media as a giant pool of possibilities. There are so many different channels, ideas, and strategies swimming around it can be overwhelming. How do you know where to start? What exactly are you supposed to be doing?
So you have your social media strategy in place and it’s time to create the editorial calendar. While your business might have a lot of events or company news coming up, finding the perfect balance between news, business and personality is crucial in order to really engage your audience. Still a little confused? Follow along as I give you a run-down on how to create the perfect social media content balance that will wow your fans and keep them coming back for more.