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We only need your website links, nothing more. You don't need to create any social media accounts. You also don't need to install any social media counter, while we advise you to install it. This way, your reader will know how much popular the article they read and will encourage them to also share the article they read.
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Strong Presence on Social Networks Is Correlated with Better Rankings
We wouldn’t want to bore you with a lot of technicalities related to the research, however, allow us to present you the study’s main points:
- The current study is based on social signals coming from Facebook, Google+, Pinterest and LinkedIn. We couldn’t include Twitter into this analysis due to their decision of deactivating share counts.
- We took into consideration all social signals from approximately 300k pieces of content, coming from ~34k randomly chosen keywords that rank on Google on positions 1 to 10. All the research data were gathered over the months of May and June 2016.
- The current study shows a correlation between social signals and the search engine Google. Yet, correlation does not mean causation.
Higher Rankings are Correlated with Facebook, Google +, LinkedIn & Pinterest High Shares AltogetherThis holds true for almost all of the individual social channels as well, though the linearity of the relationship varies. Facebook (overall activity, including likes, shares and comments) and Google+ are the closest to a perfectly linear relationship, each with 2 “deviations” from the expected values. LinkedIn’s relation to site rank is decidedly less linear, although the overall trend still holds true. The one site that stands out is Pinterest, because there is no linearity whatsoever, and also because it is the only social platform where the highest number of shares is not associated with the first rank.
Top 4 Ranking Positions Have Significantly More Facebook Activity
Even with Facebook, things are slightly more complicated. For Likes, the linearity is broken from the second rank, but except for that it holds true for the first 5 ranks and the top 3 all have significantly higher numbers than the rest.
Pinterest High Shares Don’t Correlate at All with High Rankings
Pinterest is the one social network that stands out for two reasons. The first is that there is clearly no linearity whatsoever (at least not in the direction of the same relation that we’ve seen for Facebook and Google+). The second reason is that this time, the highest mean value of shares isn’t even associated with the first rank. The two highest values are associated with ranks 8 and 7, respectively. In fact, the mean for the 1st rank turns out to be the 9th highest (and ironically, the only mean that’s smaller is the one for the 9th rank). This is not to say that you shouldn’t try to be getting as many shares on Pinterest as possible, but rather that they will most likely not be a good indicator of overall search results ranking prowess.
Sharing Activity Correlated With Rankings and the Content’s Length
In an earlier study conducted in the cognitive labs we figured out that shorter articles are usually correlated with higher rankings. But is it a connection within a post’s length, its number of shares and rankings? (consider rephrasing) With this precious data at our disposal, we’ve decided to see whether there is a connection between the content’s length, the number of shares and rankings.
We’ve classified all >300k posts into categories that went from 1 to 10k words. We are going to stress on two categories that we found more relevant.
Content Between 1 – 50 Words Is Correlated with High Facebook Activity and 1st Ranks
- Content between 1 – 50 words. We’re basically looking at micro-content here. We chose to take this category into discussion as, usually, the first thing that comes to mind when we talk about social media is short content.
- Content between 1001-5000 words. We chose this category as this length of content is the “winner” in terms of rankings, as you can see in the screenshot below.
As predicted, when it comes to micro-content, we can see a huge difference between the first position and all the others. Even if we sum up all the other nine positions’ number of shares and we still don’t get the high number of likes, shares & comments that the first rank holds.
An introduction to Tumblr
There are so many social media platforms out there today that online marketers have to be concerned about when promoting content online, that it can be easy to overlook some of the important ones.
Tumblr is one of those social networks which is often overlooked, but which has tremendous potential for SEO and social media marketing. I myself was slow to adopt Tumblr as a social media platform, but once I started using it I became hooked by its power and simplicity. Hopefully by the end of this post, you'll feel the same.
Why should I care about Tumblr?
Before we get too far, let me provide some stats about Tumblr which should help put things into perspective:
What is Tumblr?
- 130.5 million blogs on Tumblr, as of August 2013
- 28th highest traffic site on the web according to Comscore
- 300 million unique monthly visitors according to Yahoo
- 50% of Tumblr users are under the age of 25
- 53.5% of Tumblr visitors are female
The benefits of Tumblr
Ok, so now we have a better idea of what Tumblr is and why it's important, but what are the benefits of Tumblr compared to other social networks and blogging platforms? There are 5 key benefits:
1) Dofollow links
First the biggie. Links from Tumblr, unlike most other social networks are dofollow. Tumblr is at its core a blogging platform, and you have full control of how your tumblrog appears, including using dofollow links on your site.
The thing is that each of these reblogs is a dofollow backlink to your original post! That means if you have a post that is reblogged 100 times, your tumblr blog just got 100 dofollow backlinks! For even more fun, you can include a link within the post itself. By doing so, both your original post on Tumblr, and the site linked to within the post will receive the backlinks.
2) Great content discovery
Another great benefit of Tumblr is that it has a great content discovery system built into it, thanks to its use of hashtags. If you're ever looking for great images or memes, try searching Tumblr for the hashtag, and you'll find some good material.
The great thing about Tumblr is that people actually use hashtags for content discovery (unlike, say, Facebook). This means that by using relevant and popular tags, it's super easy for your content to get discovered on Tumblr, even if you don't have many followers.
All Kinds Of Sites Accepted Including
What You Will Get From This Service?
- YouTube Videos!
- Websites, Blogs, Web 2.0!
- Virtually any other type of link!
- We do not accept Casino/Gambling, Gaming, Pharma and CBD, Adult, or anything illegal. We also reserve the right to reject any link for any reason without explanation
|Social Network||Amount of Signals||Type of Signals||Page Authority||Domain Authority||Alexa Rank|
|Web Share||10,000||Social Signals Share||100||96||100|
|Pinterest||10,000||Social Signals Share||95||94||95|
|Tumblr ||10,000||Social Signals Share||93||89||94|