I’ve been searching for an effective solution for quite awhile (ever since my one clients wanted Facebook Traffic on his website, not his Fan Page). I finally found it and I am glad it is still unknown to just about everyone out there. I do know once the word gets out about how effective this wordpress plugin is for generating traffic to your website from Facebook, it won’t be secret for long. It is definitely a very powerful plugin.
Did you know that Facebook’s Open Graph on your WordPress website can do as much for traffic (if not more) than a Facebook Fan Page?
Everyone (should) know about the Facebook “Like” button and the “Comments” social plugin (and should be using it on their blogs and sites) but did you know that you need to add Open Graph meta data to improve their effectiveness?
Facebook needs more information about the “graph” to show it in relevant Facebook searches. BTW, these Facebook searches are powered by Bing since October of 2010 and there has been a growth in Bing’s search market compared to Google’s slow decline. There is some speculation out there that the Open Graph meta data on your blogs and sites will have an influence on Bing’s search results in the future.
Here is the link => Download MaxFBSeo
So have you started using the Facebook Social Plugins on your websites and blogs, and also those of your customers? With around 550 million Facebook users, well optimized wall comments and likes are the key to getting found on Facebook.
But are all “likes” created equal? Well with Open Graph meta tags used by Facebook to differentiate, it doesn’t seem to be the case.
Facebook Search now analyze the web page or blog post that the link comes from to see if there is any relevant information it can use to better serve it to their “social graph”. That means it will connect information from various websites onto the Walls of Facebook users based on their “social graph” and the meta data on those web pages. The “social graph” is how they are connected to friends based on “likes” and “comments” amongst others.
It increases the likelihood of showing your website or blog, if properly tagged, to people who have an interest in those tagged items as part of your social connections of social graph. It can now share information from millions of websites with Facebook as the central hub for that information. There are currently more that 250 million people connect that to Facebook from external websites per month. See this staggering information from a recent Hubspot report (www.hubspot.com)
Well, Now you you can see why this is one of the most important WordPress plugins of 2011. It is very simple, easy to use, no scripting, complex ssl urls etc. It is a simple WordPress Plugin that will provide the proper indexing of your WordPress website for the Facebook Open Graph and search.
It adds the Facebook Like button and Comment box to work in combination with the Facebook Open Graph information to create one of the most powerful viral traffic drivers that you will find. Believe me I haven’t found anything that does all of this together.
I have tested other plugins to try and accomplish this but they do not get the job done, THIS PLUGIN DOES IT ALL EASILY!
MaxFBSeo is all about Search Engine Optimization but more importantly, it is about what I call Social Engagement Optimization.
Comes with detailed PDF Instructions, however, I will try to get a video tutorial recorded for you.
Here is the link => Download MaxFBSeo
So To Recap, You Get:
MaxFBSeo, a WordPress Plugin that includes:
- Facebook “Like” Button setup for Open Graph
- Facebook “Comment” Box setup for Open Graph
- Open Graph Business Information setup
- Open Graph Post and Page meta data setup and updates
- OAuth 2.0 ready
- Detailed Installation Manual
- 30 day, No Questions Asked, Money Back Guarantee
And you can choose:
- Personal Edition – For Use On All Your OWN websites (No Resell Rights)
- Developer Edition – For Use On All Your OWN and Customer Websites (No Resell Rights)
What’s even better is that you DON’T NEED HTTPS/SSL and you turn your WordPress site into a Social Engagement Optimizer (instead of a Facebook Page)