Facebook, BrightEdge Show Pages How To Get Noticed

Facebook and BrightEdge say they have co-authored a white paper on how to optimize pages for better placement in search results.

While the two are billing the white paper as a co-authorship, the document looks an awful lot like the one BrightEdge released on its own a couple of months ago, only with the official Facebook logo stamped at the top.

Regardless, Facebook page administrators clearly need advice on how to get noticed by search engines, since 70 percent of pages don’t practice any form of SEO, according to BrightEdge.

Below you can read the white paper, “Facebook For Social SEO: Best Practices To Drive Organic Search Performance With Facebook.” Let us know what you think about it in the comments section beneath this post.

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