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Because of its popularity and growing usage among celebrities and the Average Joe, Twitter has become the brave new frontier in search engine optimization (SEO). The microblogging social network's wide user base is a must-have audience for many a website searching for ways to increase their Internet relevance and improve their SEO. To those interested in seeing the SEO and search engine results page (SERP) ranking advantages of Twitter, keep on reading.
Retweeting Topics and Improving SEO and SERP Rankings
In order to use Twitter to your SEO benefit, you should tweet and retweet topics that belong in the same niche as you and your compa...
Twitter is a popular microblogging site that took the world by storm when it was first established. It's now currently one of the major Internet hubs of the so-called Web 2.0 era. With that said, when trying to improve your site's search engine optimization (SEO) through Twitter, it's a good idea to put a website link on your profile page so that your followers have easy access of your site address at all times. Moreover, because sites like Google are now featuring tweets on their search engine results pages (SERPs), it's only fitting to put links on those tweets to take advantage of this SEO development.
Tweets, Twitter Bio, Linkage, ...
The Internet has reinvented itself a multitude of times through the years, and it specifically happens whenever a new popular site is launched. Yahoo, Google, Facebook, and Twitter were vanguard sites that shifted the worldwide web paradigm since they first appeared. Every time there's a paradigm shift, it also redefines the way people go about achieving search engine optimization (SEO) for their specific website.
Different SEO Trends and the SEO Impact of Social Media
Before, getting yourself listed in the Yahoo directory was a surefire way of getting recognized in the information superhighway. Afterwards, Google came along and became ...
Search engine optimization (SEO) can now be achieved using social media links as ranking signals. This wasn't the case before, but search engines such as Google are now looking into the viability of social media sites like Facebook and Twitter as a means for searching worthwhile content thanks largely to the growing fame of such sites.
Of course, it's important to remember that links in general have always been a huge factor in influencing your search engine results page (SERP) rankings. Using links to your advantage is one of the basic tenets of sound SEO application.
The Role of Social Media Links in Today's SEO
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As recently as 2010, Google has taken into consideration social media influence on its search engine results. In a nutshell, Google has started looking into social networks and shared content as a means of improving SERP rankings. However, popular content from Twitter and Facebook mostly influences real-time results (as opposed to normal search engine results). Meanwhile, Search Plus Your World, which exclusively deals with shared content found in Google+. Your website rankings will still rely on your page's link quality and the reputation of the people who are linking back to your content (i.e., they shouldn't be bots).
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