5 Social Media Strategies You Must *not* Avoid



#1: Trying to Follow Just To Be Followed
It’s the most effective way of getting new followers. Choose people on your area and keep deleting the ones who don’t follow you back.
#2: Not Optimizing Before Sharing
Don’t lose precious time optimizing. Share the most you can.
#3: Selling Directly To Your Audience
Cut the crap. You’re on this to make money, right? Don’t sell and others will.
#4: Posting Anytime
Post anytime you can. Don’t wait for the perfect time to post. Everyone is posting on the “perfect time”. Don’t follow the sheep.
#5: Too Many Social Buttons to Your Site
Add all the buttons you can. New networks are getting popular everyday and might surprise you with the results.


Black Hat Facebook Link Building

Forget black hat link building, that’s so 2005. Now, it’s all about Facebook and there’s a new yet almost unexplored like building method that can do miracles for targeted traffic.
Facebook launched two month ago a ‘Use Facebook as Page’ feature that allows people to assume the identity of a page so they can like, post, and comment around everywhere.
As you can choose whatever name you want for your page, just imagine the quality of the links you can get on liking other people’s posts or comments.
Best part is that since there is no option to remove likes or ban those who like any Facebook feed item, the targeted user can’t delete the links, and their only option is to report the Page as spam and wait for Facebook to address the issue, which could take ages, if ever.

Just don’t abuse this. You’re not a like spammer, are you?

As you all know, or should, a good choice of anchor text keywords is central on any good link building SEO strategy.
Now you can do the same on Facebook Link Building. You can use any anchor keyword to link back to your page.
Facebook allows a user to tag their friends on their comment system (status update and wall comment). You can do this by simply typing @ followed by any letter and a list of your friends with that particular letter will pop up.
There is, however, a way to create these links with any keyword you choose to. Just use this format to comment: