It’s been said before that LinkedIn is the new Facebook. More than ever people are sharing personal news and updates alongside their professional achievements. While taking my daily scroll through LinkedIn I’ve seen posts from connections outside of my network discussing everything from company culture to open positions, to a new baby. You may be asking yourself; how does this help a company? According to a 2022 Gallup State of the Global Workplace Study, business units with engaged workers have 23% higher profit than their counterparts. That’s an appealing percentage if you ask me.
Among tried-and-true business practices, social media marketing is still kind of an outlier. We know it’s effective. We know there’s clicks, customers and SEO power to be garnered. However, ROI can be a bit trickier to pin down. Adding to the difficulty, the ever-changing algorithms make it a moving target and just when brands and influencers alike figure it out, it evolves.
Most people associate the term search engine optimization with keywords, but SEO goes well beyond incorporating keywords into website content. However, there are many off-site SEO factors that can influence whether search engines view your site as a trustworthy authority. To give your site the best chance at earning top-ranking slots, you will need to address both onsite and offsite SEO factors.