Lee Odden

OMS Minneapolis & A Killer Social SEO Strategy

OMS MinneapolisI have great news this Friday morning, not only is Online Marketing Summit coming to Minneapolis next week June 6-8, offering a range of training and presentations from brands and expert consultants, but TopRank Online Marketing is giving away TWO free passes!

OMS Minneapolis is focused on practical advice for marketing practitioners with a promising agenda covering: best practices community management from Best Buy plus hot tips & tactics on mobile, display, re-marketing, PPC, video, email, affiliate, user experience from local and national experts.

Of course you can also tap into a Killer Social SEO Strategy with TopRank Online Marketing at 10:15am where you can learn how large and small brands alike have integrated Social Media, SEO and Content Marketing to increase sales and improve customer engagement. This “Killer” session will provide practical examples of both BtoB and BtoC companies overcoming the competition with an agile, customer focused content marketing strategy.

Sounds good, right? Here’s how you can win a free pass to the June 7 conference day, which is selling tickets at about $300 each.

Just write comment below offering one Killer Social Media Marketing and/or SEO tip. The best tips will be selected by TopRank Online Marketing staff and we’ll notify the winner after 5pm today.  We’ll also mention the best tips during the presentation (with credit of course) during OMS Minneapolis.

We’re looking for great tips as well as which comments get “liked” the most too, so be sure to share your comment on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.  The 2 free passes are for the June 7 conference day and do not include any other expenses.

Winners will be notified via email, so you must include your email address when you write your “Killer Social SEO” tip below.  So what are you waiting for? Show your Social & SEO smarts and leave a great tip below and win a pass to OMS Minneapolis!

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Lee Odden About Lee Odden

@LeeOdden is the CEO of TopRank Marketing and editor of Online Marketing Blog. Cited for his expertise by The Economist, Forbes and the Wall Street Journal, he's the author of the book Optimize and presents internationally on integrated content, search, social media and influencer marketing. When not at conferences, consulting, or working with his talented team, he's likely on a beach somewhere doing absolutely nothing.

Comments

  1. Hannah Heilicher says:

     What exciting news and what a great opportunity for Minneapolis! It would be such an honor if I had the opportunity to attend the Online Marketing Summit! If I had to give one Killer Social Media Marketing tip, I would have to choose one that seems quite obvious yet almost always forgotten in the midst of the social media marketing buzz.
    “Think Like Your Fans”
    There is a reason this individual chose to connect with you or your company. In this day of massive Facebook and Twitter overload, many of us find ourselves bombarded by updates, reminders, posts and garbage. Of course we are always making sure not to overload our fans but it often becomes about your posting quota for the day, rather than the quality of the content posted. When posting I find the key question to ask yourself is,”If I were following us, would I be interested in this, or annoyed?” By taking the moment to ask yourself this question, you’re taking the time to consider how you are presenting and informing fans about your business. There is no need to post because you need to post content. Post pertinent content that your fans will “like” not material they’ll hate you for! If you take just a moment to “think like your fans,” you’ll be surprised how many more impressions and feedback you will receive! This simple suggestion will lead you on the path to relationship building with your supporters in the social media world.

    Hannah Heilicher [email protected]

  2. David Manney says:

    One way to get a good SEO result would be to think of a keyword phrase (such as AC Motor Repair). Create an HTML page featuring that phrase, along with optimized images of, in this case, electric motors being repaired on your site. Also, make sure you emphasize the phrase either using the or .

    Using that as your base, write an article about the keyword phrase linking directly to the HTML page. Create a blog post with great content showing features, advantages, and benefits of the keyword phrase – again linking to that HTML page.

    Using that same article, submit it to an article engine, still again linking to the HTML page.

    It may take a while, but SEO results should show an improvement within a month. Biggest tip:   be patient!

  3. My tip: after doing keyword research, don’t just write a blog post using the in-demand keywords you find. Take a phrase and stick it into a saved Twitter search for a week or so. Doing this will give you an idea for the buzz around a keyword phrase so you know not only what topic to focus on, but the angle people are interested in as well.  Combining the quantitative keyword research with the qualitative Twitter buzz makes for a killer article.

    Josh Braaten – jlbraaten at gmail.com

  4. Monica Sims says:

    While you’re there, check out Peter Ghali from iContact speaking on “Social DIDN’T Kill the Email Star: How Email + Social = Engagement” Tuesday from 1.45 – 2.30 pm.

  5. 亚洲飞鹰 says:

    My tip: after doing keyword research, don’t just write a blog post using the in-demand keywords you find. Take a phrase and stick it into a saved Twitter search for a week or so. Doing this will give you an idea for the buzz around a keyword phrase so you know not only what topic to focus on, but the angle people are interested in as well.  Combining the quantitative keyword research with the qualitative Twitter buzz makes for a killer article.