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Which Social Pages Are Best to Create for A Site?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by DarkDevil1, Jul 28, 2017.

  1. DarkDevil1

    DarkDevil1 Registered Member

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    I believe creating social pages (profiles) like facebook page, twitter profile and all are quite beneficial for a sites SEO. It boosts the sites Trust Signal thus helps it to rank.

    However, i don't want to blindly build 5-6 social profiles for each of my money sites. I want to know from you guys "Which social profiles are best to create?"

    I want to do Automatic Posting (IFTTT or Jetpack or anything else). Do you have any awesome solution for this?

    Love to hear from you, Let's have an awesome discussion regarding this.
     
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  3. latergator

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    Which social media sites you focus on really depends on your niche and your target audience.

    For example if you have items related to home, DIY or fashion Pinterest is where you want to be. I've had crazy good conversions on Pinterest with those niches. But then again I don't just post boring product photos. I make killer Pins on Photoshop that people want to repin. Some of my money sites live off of Pinterest traffic.

    For more visually exciting items or if you are a brand then you can use Instagram. Note that on Instagram the only place you can post a link is on your profile. I haven't really been able to figure out how you make engaging posts on IG if you weren't a brand or personality. For example, a niche site selling best water filters would do terribly there.

    Facebook engagement is dead IMO. Or maybe I'm doing it wrong. Unless you have incredibly unique and sharable content, now more than ever it's extremely pay to play and your posts won't even get on someone's feed without some money behind it. So keep that in mind. Instagram is also increasingly becoming like this.

    As for handling multiple social networks at once, you can usually link them together and have a one and done post. An example of this is Instagram where anything you post can be pushed to Twitter and other social networks. I'm sure you can also find a plugin that will push a new blog post to multiple social networks (Facebook, Twiiter, VK, Pinterest) without you having to log into each one. Maybe someone else knows if such an program or plugin exists.
     
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    Yeah, we can do this with tools like Buffer and WP Plugin like JetPack. For Facebook I agree the engagement is bad, It seems like you need one dedicated team member to get good engagement on Facebook.
     
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    Have you tried LinkedIn or Pinterest?
     
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    Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest are what I have had the best luck with.
     
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    Make and link profiles on all the major networks, make a couple posts and then let it die, if for no other reason, then by snatching the brand name, you're protecting your brand.
    I have a website that sucks for Twitter, but I still post tweets via IFTTT, since it is no hassle, and it just builds my authority, and brand protection.
     
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    Facebook page will be good for your profile, here you can easily get friends and communities.
     
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    DarkDevil1 Registered Member

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    Yeah, I also use Pinterest but only because Pinterest links are juicy, However, i can't make use of LinkedIn, tried a few times and then stopped using it altogether.
     
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    Yeah but here I'm mainly looking for an all fit solution for semi-churn and burn websites.
     
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    twitter, facebook , and pinterest are the best social media for seo