Are Facebook and Twitter signals part of the ranking algorithm? How much do they matter?
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Oevae Marketing Consultants
Oevae has been using both Facebook and Twitter in a very unique way to help consumers find our clients... much more than posting "trending" topics but using stats from both to groom customer relationships.
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Manoj Kumar Sethi
Hi Matt, In early 2014 they opened up enough to admit that social signals are NOT an active part of their ranking algorithms. Which was the complete opposite of what Google said in 2010. What gives? We all definitely know social is a large part of most digital marketing efforts. And, social has the power to drive traffic, both organically and via paid channels. Source : https://www.searchenginejournal.com/social-signals-affect-seo/135956/ https://moz.com/blog/your-guide-to-social-signals-for-seo http://www.manojblogszone.com/social-media/search-engine-changes-we-can-expect-in-2015/ Its really disappointing for all of us specially who put lot of efforts in selling content. Earlier it was said social signal is going to boost content ranking i.e. if the content, having social sharing buttons get more hits , shares this means people is liking that particular content and hence Google starts giving it more priority. Now with current status its really disappointment. First Google+ got is no more visible and now social signal is valueless. Hope Google start adding social signal as part of ranking otherwise people start killing social sources that were generating signals. Manoj Kumar Sethi Owner of www.manojblogszone.com Digital Marketer
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Social Signals are not that important from SEO, but links from Social Media Sites have some real high authority so it wouldn't be too much technically incorrect to say that 'Social Signals do matter' :).
Larry G. Maguire
"To the best of my knowledge, we don't currently have signals like that in our web search ranking algorithms".... That statement is a little weak for me.
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Come on level with us, Matt. Clearly, big G is taking social signals more into account than you have let on here. Perhaps, in 2015 G is looking at social signals as part of the algo. I have seen them rank sites without any backlinks pointed at them. Gimme a break!
Hi matt I got what you are trying to explain. as you said social network websites aren't crawled or indexed different from any other website and also the problem you face but if I talk about some website and they are trying to build good reputation in social media as you told in last video (we are also trying to figure out a little bit about the reputation) then how you will figure out about reputation of an author or website.
Thanks for the video but now i am so confuse few days back i saw a video in which you said twitter and Facebook is ranking factors i lost the link of that video.please if you get time reply
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