DULUTH, MN (Vocus) November 9, 2010
As one of the latest frontiers of SEO, Facebook’s internal search engine remains an elusive landscape for businesses trying to rank for fan pages, apps, events and the like. aimClear, a Minnesota-based online marketing agency, has studied Facebook ranking factors since the social network announced search enhancements in mid-2009. Tomorrow, aimClear will announce the release of its third study on Facebook SEO ranking factors at social media and search marketing conference PubCon in Las Vegas.
Lauren Litwinka, publications manager with aimClear, said of the study: “Since its dorm room launch almost seven years ago, Facebook's social networking platform has evolved tremendously, from an ivy-clad walled garden to an overwhelming corporate playground for professionals keen on cutting-edge marketing. The opportunity to get in front of roughly 1 billion eyeballs is an appetizing one. Still, Facebook's organic algorithm is very much in its infancy and, to many who undertake social marketing, a total enigma. We hope that this, our third ranking factors study, encourages other marketers to contribute to the ongoing discussion about Facebook SEO."
aimClear president Marty Weintraub will announce the release of the company’s latest Facebook ranking factors study during the “Facebook Marketing” session on Wednesday, November 10, at 1:30pm PST. Those unable to attend can follow the conference hashtag, #PubCon, on Twitter for live coverage. Study findings and ideas to maximize organic visibility in Facebook’s organic SERPs will also be posted to aimClear Blog.
aimClear is an online marketing agency based in Duluth, Minnesota, with offices in St. Paul, Minnesota. The company specializes in paid and organic search and contextual online marketing for clients ranging from small start-ups to iconic household names. The aimClear team consists of accomplished international speakers and industry thought-leaders. For more information, please visit http://www.aimclearblog.com or contact us on Twitter @aimClear.
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