Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 26, 2013
Presenter Peter Futchko, owner of over 45 website domains, provides some of his best tools for success in Webinar #4: Top Tools and Tips for Software Affiliates. This production took place on November 14th, 2013. It discloses new information to help marketers thrive after Google Hummingbird updates.
In this live webinar, Futchko reports changes in algorithms as reported by Matt Cutts at Pubcon, an event Boost Softwares Public Relations Director Erin Walsh had the chance to attend. It addresses challenges affiliate marketers may face when promoting PC Health Boost 3.0.
What worked yesterday may not work for you tomorrow, says Erin Walsh, Boost Software Public Relations Director.
To further demonstrate, Futchko summarizes key points of Cutts training in Webinar #4: Top Strategies and Tools for Software Affiliates. Throughout this presentation, he lets people know what to expect when marketing products using search engine optimization and social media optimization. Additionally, he prepares people for future SEO campaigns.
For instance, new Boost Affiliates may not have access to official Google Authorship, rich snippets, live screenshots or other features currently used for software marketing. Not only that but even experienced affiliate marketers are warned to make sure their mobile sites dont look shaky. Otherwise, Google may remove them from search results.
Google is the all-seeing eye in Media, Peter Futchko says, So it is very important you adhere to Googles standards when it comes to using your SEO strategies.
Social signals will also hold more weight and Chrome will increase its capability to read Java. Furthermore, website owners will not have access to Google AdWords unless they pay for the 150 thousand-dollar Google Analytics package. Therefore, they will need to learn how to use other utilities.
For instance, they might want to try to put Clusty, HitTail, or Majestic SEO to use in order to help them become more visible in search engines. Anyone involved in software promotion also will require more knowledge of how social media impacts site popularity.
PC HealthBoost first came into existence circa 2010, and marketers can find Webinar #4 posted in the Resources section at Boost Affiliates. Anyone who wants to learn more about this flagship software can also visit PCHealthboost.com, or contact anyone on the Boot Software team for more information.