I often go around telling people that the difference between Search, SEO, SEM and Social Media will soon converge and it will all be one big thing we call Life. People oftern don’t get what Twitter can do for their business, for their personal life for anything they do.
Now Google is indexing Twitter Results Real time. Take a look at search results where a tweet shows up within a few minutes.
What does Real Time Twitter in Google Search Results mean to your business?
Let’s say you are a dentist and wrote a great article about the benefits of Sedation Dentistry and how it can help those with fear of the dentist. Well if you tweet that and a couple of others do, not only are you exposing it to millions of users, you are also getting the opportunity for the link to you article to show up in Google Search Results, giving even more traffic to a blog post that might have taken a day to index or not even show up in the Search Results.
When there is breaking news about your industry, it lets you broadcast it on Twitter and Google almost instantly, increasing your online expertise, authority, visiblity and while adding to your Social Media Marketing.
How do you take advantage of things like this. Well you have to have an Authentic Marketing Plan in place and it has to be continuously running. You have to be Authentic because if you keep changing your message, transparency demands people find out. Then you will not only lose your authority, you will lose potential profits.
This is only the beginning of the war pitting Google, Facebook, Twitter and countless other upstarts for rights to the world’s information. You will see many changes like this coming and the only way to take advantage is to start working on it today. If you play your tweets and facebook updates right, the winner will be your business.
evolveALOUD is the Authentic Web Marketing Company. We not only put SEO and Social Media Marketing Strategies into place for business today, we also create the springboard to take advantage of major changes like this immediately. When it comes to marketing, the innovator is more often than not the winner.