Online marketing News: The Wrap from the Week of 4/10/17

The Wrap from the Week of 4/10/17

The Wrap from the Week of 4/10/17

Online Marketing News

Each week Social Flair takes a look at the latest online marketing news impacting search engine optimization, website content and social media.

Inappropriate Social Content

Social sites have been under fire for allowing inappropriate content. ABAJournal.com reports that Facebook, while involved in a lawsuit regarding revenge porn, has announced it will not only delete such images but also have software look for matching images.

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SEO

Most business people know that their website needs SEO. But they don’t understand why or how it works. But if you want to win the Google search ranking race and finish first, you need SEO. Read about it at our blog.

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Social Behavior After a Death

How do you behave on social media after someone has died? It can be a tricky thing if you’re not careful. Mashable.com spoke to some grief counselors and has advice on what NOT to do after someone has passed.

Click HERE to read more.

What’s Working on Facebook?

Are you trying to understand what is working on Facebook today? A lot of marketers are and we tell you the tactics that are effective right now at our blog.

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Facebook Live Metrics

Are you using video on Facebook to market your business? If so, you’ll be interested in the recent changes the site has made to its video metrics. SearchEngineJournal explains what they are.

Click HERE to read more.


If you have questions about online marketing call Social Flair today at 513-237-5530.

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Bob Turner is a small business online marketing consultant, a Certified Search Engine Optimization Professional and certified in Advanced Social Media Marketing. He is also the Founder of Social Flair.

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