Increase Shares, Tweets, Likes, and Pins to Fuel Search and Drive Engagement

Date: May 30, 2013 1:00 EST (10:00PST)

Ben Straley, VP of Social Technologies, Rio SEO


Social signals including shares, Likes, Tweets, and Pins are changing where, when, and how people search. Up to 70% of the visitors to any campaign site come from Social Sharing. Social visitors that originate from sharing – convert up to four times higher than conventional visitors. This rapid evolution in consumer behavior is creating big opportunities for brands that integrate search, social, and content marketing tactics and strategies.

Attend this webcast and learn:

  • How to take advantage of these new social sharing opportunities
  • How to integrate social sharing visitors into your online marketing strategies

Sponsored by Covario
This webcast is sponsored by Covario, Inc. Covario is an award-winning, full-service search marketing firm that provides Fortune 500 companies with software and agency service solutions for organic search engine optimization (SEO), social media programs, display advertising and paid search advertising (PPC).

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