Like, Comment and Share

How much time do you spend on social media each day or week?

If you are anything like me it could be 2-3 hours a day. The question is, though, are you making the most of that time to to help increase your reach and search engine ranking while you are checking out YouTube videos, Facebook post, Twitter tweets etc?

Did you even realise that you that you can improve your reach and ranking while being social on social media?

How can you do this? It is real easy just like, comment and share the videos, posts, tweets, etc.

By doing this you are creating

  • interaction/engagement
  • back-links not just for the the post you like, comment and share but also to your profiles, pages
  • interest in you, your sites, pages etc. People will see them and then check you out.
  • improved rankings as the search engine like interacting.

It really isn’t hard to do either. As you are reading or watching just click the like or +1(on google) type a quick comment and click the share button if you think that it is worth sharing. DONE

I shot a brief video on it

An added bonus is if you like, comment and share. The law of attraction will work with you and people will like, comment and share your posts and videos. Because what you give will come back to you.

Have an amazing day

Robbie

 

 

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6 Responses to “Like, Comment and Share”

  1. Tracey L Smith

    Hi Robbie,
    You have an amazing day too, great blog by the way. The Law of attraction is always at work weaving her magic.

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  2. Yvonne Patrick

    Hi Robbie. Loved the post. I’m guilty of not liking or commenting on posts & videos even though I’ve really enjoyed it or got great value from it. I’m going to start sharing and commenting on posts & videos now, because I want the publisher to know that I appreciated their information. So here’s to you Robbie and the miraculous power of the law of attraction

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    • Robbie van't Wout

      Thanks Yvonne. It works I got a message from Kathleen yesterday saying I was on the first page of google for a search she did. That is from liking and commenting

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  3. Matt and Sandra

    Thanks Robbie, that’s a very helpful article. We didn’t used to comment or like all that often but are doing it more now. Like you say, what goes around comes around.

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    • Robbie van't Wout

      Exactly. But even if people don’t like and comment on yours you are still improving your standings by doing it as the search engines see that you are interacting and like that.

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