martinibuster - 6:07 pm on Jul 14, 2011 (gmt 0)
Rand Fishkin recommends paying for tweets.
#2 – Paid acquisition through sponsored tweets, Facebook ads, etc. are a direct path to better social metrics, and they’re currently well-priced and reward creativity.
If tweets have become a citation metric, then is buying tweets the same as buying links? Or is it advertising?
We've been down this road before. Many top SEO's justified buying links on the grounds that it was an advertising activity. But that tune changed after Google started burning client sites.
Is buying tweets advertising or buying a citation metric?