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Inbound 2013: Target Your Audience With Twitter Data

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My recent presentation at #IMUK2013.

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  • 1. Targeting Your Target Audience with Twitter Data Richard Baxter Founder, SEOgadget.com
  • 2. The not-very-inbound way to market your site.
  • 3. That does not work.
  • 4. Let's do some marketing…
  • 5. I want to find out where my target market is
  • 6. I want to find out what they are sharing
  • 7. I want to know who to contact
  • 8. I want my stuff to be a success
  • 9. Really targeted outreach Who are you targeting? What are your target audiences sharing? Identify + recruit influencers Be there
  • 10. How SEOgadget uses #RTO
  • 11. 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Count of Domain
  • 12. 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Count Of Occurrenc e
  • 13. 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 Count of shares 10 0 Data: Websites shared by CTOs based in London on the 10 th October 2013
  • 14. 800 600 400 200 0 instagram.com facebook.com youtube.com foursquare.com pinterest.com twitpic.com vine.co
  • 15. Authentic websites. Relevant audience.
  • 16. Those sites are better for SEO, too.
  • 17. 80 70 60 50 Twitter Shares 40 Google Search Results 30 20 10 0 Average Domain Authority
  • 18. Did you notice we didn’t use Google?
  • 19. Here's how to do it.
  • 20. http://seogadget.com/tools/seogadget-for-excel/
  • 21. Fetch your data.
  • 22. GO TO: https://dev.twitter.com/apps/new
  • 23. Find your audience
  • 24. #MozCon
  • 25. How do I find out what these people are sharing?
  • 26. filter:links from:someone OR from:someone else OR from:some other person
  • 27. So, you just need to build a search query in twitter.
  • 28. http://bit.ly/followerwonkfetcher
  • 29. Click run!
  • 30. Now your analyst can work with the data in Excel.
  • 31. http://bit.ly/seog48
  • 32. Know who to contact.
  • 33. Author Followers Tweet User Entity Data Shared URL Domain Social stuff
  • 34. #MozCon
  • 35. use: tools.seogadget.co.uk or tools.seogadget.co.uk/use_api
  • 36. The results of my own outreach with this data…
  • 37. 0 blog.bufferapp.com blog.mindjet.com techcrunch.com instagram.com mashable.com blogs.hbr.org advanced-television.com joel.is news.blinkbox.com gawker.com venturebeat.com performinsider.com blog.lift.do saastr.com worldobserveronline.com variety.com thenextweb.com kottke.org lifehacker.com zenhabits.net siliconangle.com blog.kissmetrics.com blog.kippt.com stratechery.com ibeconnects.com sfy.co jonyiveredesignsthings… en.wikipedia.org online.wsj.com science.time.com cmo.com brw.com.au twitpic.com business.time.com readwrite.com songza.com blog.hubspot.com isotropic.org unbounce.com blog.trendrr.com m.vanityfair.com econsultancy.com mobile.smashingmaga… exp.lore.com michaelhyatt.com hollykl.newsvine.com blog.capwatkins.com elitedaily.com resources.limelight.com websuccessteam.com latinafatale.com vooza.com wronghands1.wordpre… supportops.co e27.co blog.contentforest.com videos.digg.com jobs.bufferapp.com 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 Count of Domain 15 10 5
  • 38. You want your stuff to be a success.
  • 39. Don’t ask your colleagues to share your stuff.
  • 40. Recruit the input of an expert and do the outreach first
  • 41. Thank you for listening!
  • 42. makes no warranties, express, implied or statutory, as to the information in this presentation.