April 21, 2014

About Samantha Gluck

Not only am I the chief editor of this multi-author online magazine, I'm a content creator and social media marketing strategist with a background in journalism, finance, & healthcare. I began my content marketing agency, All Media Freelance, LLC, in 2010 and lead a well-rounded, talented team of multi-channel content strategists and niche writers. I've developed and managed print and digital content projects for health care, fitness, financial services, mental health, non-profit, and automotive publishers, as well as for biotechnology brands.

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  1. Social media has definitely driven traffic to all my websites and blogs. Just this a.m. I had a new visitor to my blog from someone who saw my post on Twitter. Pinterest is ranking in the top 10 referral sites to my two eCommerce sites as well. It’s just amazing! You definitely will need your social sharing pants on to compete online these days! Great points Samantha!
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    • I think all of us have seen the value of social media for driving traffic to our sites. Things like commentluv also help. I’ve had visitors that clicked on my commentluv link associated with comments I’ve left on other websites. I’ve seen traffic from Pinterest on Medtopicwriter, but just a little here. StumbleUpon and Twitter are still my 1st and 2nd traffic drivers as far as social media goes. It’s good to know that Pinterest is boosting your traffic for the eCommerce sites too.

      You definitely have your social media pants on, girlfriend! Me too, but I think mine’s a mini-skirt. ;-)
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  2. Thank you so much for the link love, Samantha. I think that demonstrates another point, too: if you start sharing as many relevant links from your own community as you can rather than just random links you find on Google, your community members will be much more likely to share your stuff, too–raising your SEO rankings even further.

    Love “Google-ly wedded spouse.” Hey, look at the pretty birdies (while I steal this…)!
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    • LOL! Thank you for that uplifting comment, Shakirah! The ending (look at the pretty birdies) made me truly laugh out loud. You’re right: sharing great content put out there by others in your community enhances that intangible bond between like-minded professionals as well as increases the likelihood of targeted sharing. Great addition to the marriage our friends, Mr. and Mrs. SEO-SocialSharing, gorgeous!

  3. I agree with your concepts regarding relationship between search engine optimization and social sharing and certainly there will be many out there who will agree with your implementations as well. On the other hand what I am feeling since couple of years now that internet is no more for families. Internet is used all around the globe but most of the times we forget that what we are sharing at the moment (via snaps or gossips) will not be useful if we want to read or see with our own families.

    There are many other ways in a noble way to share the ideas, I hope to God there will be many who will agree to me.
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