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How does social media affect search engine marketing (SEM), search engine optimization (SEO), and pay-per-click (PPC, paid search)? Stacy Williams of Prominent Placement outlines numerous points of ...

How does social media affect search engine marketing (SEM), search engine optimization (SEO), and pay-per-click (PPC, paid search)? Stacy Williams of Prominent Placement outlines numerous points of impact that marketers should know about, as well as providing a list of tactical takeaways that the audience can implement. Presentation given at the eMarketing Association's "The Power of eMarketing" conference in Baltimore, MD on Oct. 20 2010.

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  • B2B + B2C – companies with fewer than 100 employees were more likely to do so
  • The Best reported a positive impact on sem from social media. The Rest did not or are not measuring the impact.
  • Only 3 regular sites on first page – his official, MTV & IMDB
  • Shifting toward ranking relevancy/authority more than recency
  • Will Likes become more important than Links?
  • No redirects, discuss nofollow
  • Nielsen Online: FB 3x Google (5:46/mo. vs. 1:53)
  • Higher QS = higher placement, lower CPC & ads shown more often
  • Comments, likes, shares = “effectiveness”

Social Media and Its Effects on Search Engine Marketing Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Social Media and Its Effects on SEM The Power of eMarketing Baltimore, MD October 20, 2010
  • 2. What I’ll Cover
    • How social media affects:
      • Search engine marketing
      • Search engine optimization
      • Pay-per-click (paid search)
    • When you get back to your desk… (key takeaways)
    • Q&A
    • If you’re a Twitter user, please include
    • @ProminentPlcmnt and #ema – thank you!
    • This presentation will be available on my blog, www.SearchAdvisory.net , as well as www.Slideshare.net/StacyWms
  • 3.  
  • 4.  
  • 5. How Social Media Affects Search Engine Marketing
    • Increased brand searches
    • Keyword research
  • 6. SEM: Keyword Research
    • Sofabed
    • Cement truck
    • Search marketing
    • Retirement home
    • Business continuity
    • Cell phone
    • Soft drink
    • Pull-out couch
    • Concrete mixer
    • Website optimization
    • Senior living
    • Disaster recovery
    • Mobile phone
    • Soda pop
  • 7. SEM: Keyword Research Source: Business.com & B2B Online’s study of 450 B2B marketers, 9/21/10
  • 8. How Social Media Affects Search Engine Optimization
    • More optimizable content to show up in SERPs
    • Search engine reputation management
    • Link-building
    • Increased organic rankings
    • Increased search engine traffic
    • Increased conversions from organic traffic
    • Searching on social media sites
  • 9. How Social Media Affects Search Engine Optimization Source: MarketingSherpa’s 2010 Social Media Marketing Benchmark Report, 4/13/10
  • 10. How Social Media Affects Search Engine Optimization
  • 11. How Social Media Affects Search Engine Optimization
  • 12. SEO: More Content
    • Ways social media content can show up in the SERPs:
      • Regular results: profiles & posts
      • Consumer-generated media on your site
      • Universal results: videos, photos, music, press releases & more
      • Real-time results
      • Social Circle (Google), Liked Results (Bing)
  • 13. Content: Regular Results: Profiles & Posts
  • 14. Content: Universal Results: Videos, Photos, Music & News (PR) 53x easier to get a video ranked than a website (maybe!) (Source: Forrester employee blog)
  • 15. Content: Real-Time Results
  • 16. Content: Real-Time Results
  • 17. Content: Social Circle & Liked Results
  • 18. Search Engine Reputation Management
  • 19. SEO: Reputation Management
  • 20. SEO: Link-Building
    • Directly
      • Profiles
      • Posts
    • Indirectly
      • Viral – increased visibility
      • Requested through social media
  • 21. SEO: Increased Organic Rankings Source: MarketingSherpa’s 2010 Social Media Marketing Benchmark Report, 4/13/10
  • 22. SEO: Increased Search Engine Traffic Source: Business.com & B2B Online’s study of 450 B2B marketers, 9/21/10
  • 23. SEO: Increased Conversions
  • 24. SEO: Searching On Social Media Sites
    • If you consider YouTube to be a search engine…it’s been the second most-used search engine (after Google) for the past two years. (comScore)
    Source: John Kennedy, Silicon Republic, 5/17/10
  • 25. SEO: Searching On Social Media Sites
    • People spend 3x more time on Facebook than Google
    • (Source: Nielsen Online, 10/09)
  • 26. SEO: Searching On Social Media Sites
    • Twitter:
      • 160 million accounts
      • 100 million tweets/day
      • 370,000 new users/day
      • (Source, AdAge, 9/27/10)
  • 27. SEO: Searching On Social Media Sites
  • 28. How Social Media Affects Pay-Per-Click (Paid Search)
    • Brand-building
    • Higher CTR
      • Hence, higher quality score
    • Dayparting
    • PPC on social media sites
  • 29. PPC: Brand-Building Relevant SocMed + PPC Relevant SocMed + PPC Influenced SocMed + PPC PPCOnly Influenced SocMed + PPC PPCOnly “ Relevant” social media = relevant to brand’s category only “ Influenced” social media = specific to the brand Source: GroupM Search & comScore, 10/09
  • 30. PPC: Brand-Building
    • Consumers exposed to a brand’s influenced social media and paid search programs are 2.8 times more likely to search for that brand’s products compared to users who saw only paid search.
    • Consumers using social media are 1.7 times more likely to search with the intention of making a list of brands or products to consider purchasing compared to the average Internet user.
    • Consumers exposed to influenced social and paid search exhibit 223 percent heavier search behavior than consumers exposed to paid alone .
    • Fifty percent of social media-exposed searchers search daily for product terms , compared to 33 percent of non-exposed searchers .
    • In organic search, consumers searching on brand product terms who have been exposed to a brand’s social marketing campaign are 2.4 times more likely to click on organic links leading to the advertiser’s site than the average user seeing a brand’s paid search ad alone.
    Source: GroupM Search & comScore, 10/09
  • 31. PPC: Higher CTR
  • 32. PPC: Dayparting
  • 33. PPC: Direct on Social Sites c c
  • 34. When You Get Back to Your Desk
    • Monitor online conversations for keyword research as well as reputation management purposes
    • Create and optimize social media content
      • Profiles, posts, CGM if appropriate, videos, photos, music, press releases, etc.
    • Build links pointing to the corporate site wherever possible (and appropriate)
      • Include keywords in link text when possible, be aware of “nofollowed” links
    • Start building an authoritative reputation on Twitter
  • 35. When You Get Back to Your Desk
    • Search your company and brand names to see what’s showing up in the SERPs
      • Leverage social media to take up more real estate if needed
    • Compare data on the timing of social media engagement with your PPC dayparting
    • Test PPC advertising on LinkedIn and Facebook
      • CTRs will be much lower than search – tailor copy & landing pages accordingly
  • 36. When You Get Back to Your Desk
    • Measure the impact of social media on your SEM:
      • Searches for your brand name
      • Website traffic from search engines (organic & paid)
      • PPC impressions
      • PPC clicks
      • PPC click-through rate
      • PPC quality score
      • Conversions from search engine traffic
      • Revenue from search engine traffic
      • Your big, fat quarterly bonuses for reaching success!
  • 37. Staying in touch
    • “ Like” us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ProminentPlacement
    • Follow us on Twitter: @ProminentPlcmnt
    • Follow us on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/148184
    • Read our blog (RSS & e-subscriptions available): www.SearchAdvisory.net
    • Subscribe to our monthly enewsletter on our site or by emailing me at [email_address]
    • View this presentation again on our blog or at www.slideshare.net/StacyWms
    See also “Leveraging Social Media for SEO Purposes” for more tactical tips (06/09)