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Time to Engage, Staying Active in Social Media

Now that you have setup your social media accounts and you have scheduled your posts, its time to engage with in that social media account. For this example we will focus on Google+, Twitter and Facebook.

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Adding Google +1 to Your Blog Posts or Dynamic Pages

google plus one nine0mediaNow that you have performed your keyword research, setup your metadata, ordered your content, setup your social media accounts and created a blog posting schedule, its time to add your Google +1 code to your blog posts or dynamic pages. A Google +1 allows readers to share or recommend the blog post or content to their circles on Google Plus.

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How to Create a Dynamic Page or Blog Post in WordPress

create wordpress blog postNow that your content is in and you have organized your Articles, it is time to do your first WordPress blog post. A WordPress blog post is dynamic content on your Website. Creating a blog post is similar to creating a static page for your website, except for the fact that a blog post should be relevant up to date information that is informative to the reader. Its important to think as a reader or a website user when creating blog posts. With Social Media being a great resource for sharing content these days, its now important that the blog post is interesting and provides information the reader or website user can share on Social Media.

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How to Order your Static and Dynamic Page Content

Now the Keywords are Selected you need to Order Static and Dynamic Content. A good way to oder website content is to select from an Article writing service such as Constant Content, Text Masters or Textbroker will work and these are great 3rd party resources. A good recommendation is to build an Article Writing Team so that you have specific authors that specialize in writing specific topics. Remember to work with your Authors and help them write your articles, providing reference pages will always help the author describe the product or service.

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Keyword Research and How to Select your Targeted Keywords

Selecting your Keywords is an important part of website optimization. Staying with in Google Webmaster Guidelines and not Keyword Spamming is more important now more that ever since the Google Penguin updates. Your website can get penalized when you populate your meta data (or onsite keywords) with unrelated keywords. Remember when you are selecting your website keywords its important to use keywords that directly focus on your targeted audience

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