Hashtag Your Way to the Top Ten

Hashtags

Hashtags are another way to target your audience.

Hashtagging topics related to what you do is an excellent way to build your audience, and your rankings as well.

Start by searching Twitter for topics that are connected with your business. For examples:

#freelancewebdesigners

Warning: some of the best topics may be counterintuitive. Use your imagination, and your professional experience, to find keyword combinations that will attract potential users of your product or services.

Include a link to your website (internal links are fine) in your Twitter posting, and accompany the tag with keyword-rich, provocative text. “Stirring the pot” by posting something that is likely to elicit debate can be effective, as long as you don’t go too far over the edge.

It’s that simple. The finesse comes in when you fine-tune your keyword combinations.

Of course, you can use hashtags on your Facebook as well.

Questions? Contact Christopher Merrill, Chicago Web Designer for answers.

 

 

About Christopher Merrill

Christopher Merrill is a Chicago freelance website designer, doing business since 1999. Specializing in website design for small- to mid- sized businesses and individuals, Christopher Merrill works closely with his clients to provide high-quality website design at an affordable price. Mr. Merrill has designed over 200 websites for his clients in Chicago and nationwide during the past decade. Christopher Merrill prides himself on providing an honest, hands-on approach with each individual client, in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. Turnaround and response time are kept to a strict minimum, and Christopher Merrill is always ready to respond to all of your questions, whether you are looking for a Web design solution, or working closely with him to update your already-existing site.
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One Response to Hashtag Your Way to the Top Ten

  1. admin says:

    WordPress is very vulnerable to attack.

    I’ve had it happen to two clients on Dreamhost.

    Ask your hosting company what they recommend.

    Godaddy recommends a security certificate.

    Make sure your database and files are backed up.

    Chris

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