Just for the Name-Sake?

Three keywords for social media marketing I would say is share, connect and interact with your audience.

For months of working in social media services, it would be hard to interact with people when you are not catching their interest. When you are promoting videos and asking people to share and like it and you would receive a cold treatment, and you could hear “silence” in return which seems scary and I know it won’t work. When you are following anyone and others follow you as well, but with the three or four or even five figures of followers you have, not even a single bit of feedback you receive from them (ouch!) because they’re not for real. Those are just for the “NAME-SAKE“. It needs a lot of effort, like digging out on a ditch to connect with them, and this involves baiting, like creating contest, promotions and giving gifts. Just think of crazy things and you’ll get their attention, believe me 🙂

I wonder how could someone just offer services that promises to get a hundreds of thousands of reactions from your real audiences for a month unless you’ll do something outrageous and chauvinistic and you will become instant famous. Web tricks won’t work if you don’t have real talent, if you don’t show your uniqueness that would set you apart from the crowd.  Competition is everywhere. It is like a race, like there’s only one chocolate left and and every hand grabs for it, who has bulky muscles will win if he’ll exert some effort. Well, too much for my crazy imagination.


Free Online Web Translation Using Google Translation Tools

About 2 hours ago, I was searching on how to add Google’s Free Web Translation on our clients site. I always felt the excitement of doing things that are beyond my knowledge. So I grip my edge, thinking that it would be as easy as counting one, two, three. So I do it alone. Don’t you worry if I mess up, I do have my back-up. That’s what my mind told me – very clever, right?

First, you need to go to Google Translate Tools to get the codes needed. They will provide the step by step instructions, either you want the translation on a specific section of your site or you want the whole site to be translated.

Second, copy the snippet of the code into your webpage.
This is what the snippet looks like:

Google Free Web Translation Snippet

Third, open the dashboard of your site and paste it into your widget.  Then hit save.

Viola! That’s it, then your website can be browsed by different users all around the world.


How to Determine your Competitors Links

Knowing and determining your competitors is really important to reach your targeted ranking. It’s part of the technique that one should never miss. Upon searching, I find different tools that would lead you to what you wanted, either for free or with pay.

I always used the http://www.check-domains.com, they do have link tools that will help you in determining your competitors for free.

Google as well is a big help and a friend to everyone. You can freely search for the site to discover where their backlinks come from by just typing  “www.+sitename.+com” or just type the keyword:”www.sitename.com”.


Building Backlinks

Back links are incoming links to a website or web page. In the search engine optimization (SEO) world, the number of backlinks is one indication of the popularity or importance of that website or page (though other measures, such as PageRank, are likely to be more important.

Considering the race between similar websites on the search engine is a real issue for your PAGE RANKING, SEO experts has been tunneling down to any solutions that would lead to possible success, came up with different strategies and softwares that might help.

As I was fumbling over my thought that I had considered best, I am now confuse as I’ve discovered this site [backlink-tracker.net] that could give you list of website’s back links. This is really helpful in determining your competitors back links. Upon comparing with other websites that has a higher results/ rank in Google with the solar panels keywords, I find out that I got more back links that pointed back to my site than my competitor, but how did it happened that I rank lower than the other which has lesser links that pointed back to their website?

SEO is a very wide topic to talk about. Looking through different bulleted items on the list on increasing page ranks, I find out that we do have specific details that needs certain attention:

  • Page Title
  • Description
  • Header
  • Keywords
  • Relevant Content