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2 easy ways to make your real-time content SEO friendly
Posted By Marketwired On September 9, 2011 @ 4:15 pm In IR/PR | No Comments
Perhaps the best examples of real-time content are Twitter and Facebook. Think of it: every tweet, retweet and post is content that you are authoring and sharing in real time. You share an opinion or post a question to your friends and followers and often, you’ve got a response even before you can hit “refresh.” These real-time conversations produce real-time content. But in and of itself, the conversations on Twitter and many other social networks are not innately SEO-friendly.
Here are a couple of quick ways to help you optimize this kind of content.
Whatever content you publish, you want it to be searchable on search engines, and turning real-time content into searchable content on search engines takes outside-the-box thinking. If you have additional ideas, please comment below or tweet me @Marketwire  or via Facebook . And be sure to join OUR real-time conversation every week during our #smmeasure  chat, Thursdays at noon ET.
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