If you are talking about something not many people are talking about on push button ecom review, this can be a really long time! Some G+ status updates of mine from 2 years ago still pop up in search results. It’s always a pleasant surprise to see my status update, although it can be a little frustrating if I was looking for something new I didn’t already know! LOL So I know all this talk about Google+ is all good and well, but how do you implement it in reality? Let’s take a look at a screenshot of one of my recent status updates: The anatomy of a good G+ status update is this: 1.
Say something about your *main keyword* and make sure to put * symbols on either end of it to make it bold (and indicate to Google that those words are important). Then maybe mention a second *keyword* (optional…you’ll see why soon). 2. Copy and paste your URL into the status update and upload the main post image. The one you used for push button ecom reviewis perfect for this.
If you shared using a Shareaholic or other share button on the blog post itself, you won’t need to copy and paste the URL a second time. This technique should pull the appropriate image along with the post, but if it does not, then simply go directly to your Google+ profile page and enter the status update manually there. Now do a little test. Go into the Google search bar and type in the keywords you just bolded with * symbols as your search terms.
Does your post show up in the search results? I hope so! If it doesn’t work, don’t worry – sometimes it doesn’t, but usually it does. Here’s my proof! Check me out at the #3 spot of search results for the term “Christmas money gift idea!” Now, what you’re going to do every day is share a few of your posts on Google+ using this method. Start with the push button ecom review you know already get great search traffic would be a good place to start.
Or something you’re really hoping will take off. Whatever you share, you’ll want to do one thing different each time – share the same post using DIFFERENT relevant keywords. Here’s an example of the same post above shared with different keywords: See how the URL doesn’t show? That’s because I shared it using the share button from my blog post. For additional shares of the same post, think of synonyms to your original keywords and related phrases. Details: