I have never met Andy Beard, yet I trust his opinion on all things having to do with Internet marketing, social media and general business. He is one of the most prolific writers I have met, but each post is packed with information you will not find anywhere else on the Internet. This latest post caught my attention because I use Twitter sometimes I wonder why.
Twitter Lists (part 1) – Twitter Wants Your Brand
. . . if you don’t have a Twitter account for your brand that is actively used (it is fairly safe to squat), it is highly likely that you will never have Twitter appear with realtime results for brand searches in the main SERP unless you are a trending topic.
Andy Beard provides information on optimizing for Twitter, yet he emphasizes that the Twitter appears to prefer name and brand in its ranking algorithm.
Take a moment and peruse http://andybeard.eu. It is well worth a look. I have put Andy's picture up so that if you see him at a conference, you may want to introduce yourself and attend any session with which he is associated.
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Hmmm... I think it is advantageous for your site to have its own titter acount that is apart from your own. Thanks for the interesting read
Really I agree with above views.its avery useful for us.thanks for sharing us.
Andy Beard here I come .. you have some great knowledge ..
What I find strange about his blog is that he speaks about blog monetization yet you cannot find one ad or one link to a sponsor on any page. So if he personally does not monetize his blog, where is his knowledge coming from?
Hey. I really agree with Issiana. Thanks for the awesome post.
This is an up to date information provided in the blog. For a long time been looking for such posts. Thanks to the person who has written this.
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Thank you for sharing great article
Twitter is a great way to link back to your blog. However, you must be patient with the service and the amount of followers you have. I would focus more on the amount of retweets you receive rather than the amount of your followers.
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