7 thoughts on “7 Reasons The Stuff You Post On Social Media Should Also Be On Your Website

  1. Great information. Headed to my website right not to apply some of the tips you shared. Thanks.
    Chris Rossetti

  2. Josh Spector says:

    Thx Chris, glad you found it helpful. Btw – I notice your stuff on Twitter so much more since you switched to your own name.

  3. Mat Thornburg says:

    This post makes a lot of sense, but what’s the best way to add jokes from your twitter feed to your website if there’s not a logical way to combine them into a longer blog post? One-line blog entries? I’ve got my website setup to automatically show my latest tweets. Does that help in Google visibility?

  4. Bill Zapf says:

    Hey Josh-
    I get the blog posts and links. How do you recommend incorporating the one liner tweets or posts into the website? By writing a blog post with them in it?

  5. kate says:

    Great stuff! Love these tips thanks heaps – now excuse me while I go and put something on my website lol 🙂

  6. I’m using a LOT of your tips. I keep them in a file, and I’m applying them in the order they seem most logical. I’m already seeing results, even though we’re still developing product and not really “launching” yet. Thanks for all the helpful insights!

  7. Ray Mack says:

    Excellent information! I think some is hard for me to employ because of the tedious nature of posting to my site. I can post to Instagram in a minute or two but I can’t post in similar fashion to my site without lots of work. I’ll be incorporating some of these tips though. Thanks!

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