Google is the unquestioned king of search engines, and Facebook is the most popular social media platform in the world. While it’s important to invest in your marketing efforts wisely, don’t conflate how these two giants operate. People generally use Google and Facebook for very different reasons, and it’s important to recognize that your tactics for generating traffic on one platform may not work on the other.
Think of the purpose behind Google: people want to know more about something so they search for answers. There is a motive or intent behind every Google search, whereas Facebook curates ads and sponsored content based on users’ apparent interests. Marketers must approach these platforms differently to make valuable connections.
When tailoring a strategy to Google, the goal should be to answer very specific questions. For Facebook, it’s more about casting a larger net to a wider audience.
At the end of March, Google held a live Q&A session, in which its Search Quality Senior Strategist confirmed that the top two factors for Google’s search rankings are: content and links pointing to the site (also called link building and backlinks).
This didn’t evoke much surprise - professional marketers around the globe know that those are two key SEO strategies to best optimize a website for search rankings. But it’s nice to know without a doubt what websites MUST have in order to fare well with Google.
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Google Adwords is normally the first name that comes to mind when most people think of Pay-Per-Click advertising or online display networks.
This is more than understandable. Google is the undisputed king of the internet (especially in terms of search volume and users).
Most established small businesses looking to “branch out” into online advertising look to advertise on Google first. However their “search” usually begins and ends there once they hit their ad budget (and usually doing so very quickly) and are confused as to the next best option.
In terms of reaching the most eye balls, Google is still #1 by far. There are other very effective display networks other than the Silicon Valley giant out there though. When determining which one is actually the best choice for your business, Google isn’t always the default choice.
Below are some of the pros and cons of the three biggest display networks you can advertise on: