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I value traffic from social media more than that coming from Google. Those coming to my blog from social media are doing so because my content was shared by someone they trust.
With that in mind, here are a few dos and don’ts:
Share other blog posts and news stories, ones that aren’t your own
Use it to learn and meet others
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Most people who use tags do not use them properly. They use them as a box to punch in a whole slew of keywords and assume that’ll juice up the post in terms of SEO. Do not do that.
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