Facebook, Twitter & More: Which Social Platform Affects Your SEO?

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  • Thanks for the post Nicole. I agree about potential SEO benefits of using G+ especially considering how its been integrated across News/YouTube comments as well as Gmail and search. The reason I initially got serious about Twitter(2008)was due to how it positively impacted my personal search results as I went from page 6 to first page in 3-6 months after using Twitter. With Facebook I’m wondering if the SEO affect fan engagement may be impacted by the fans privacy settings?

  • “Google search does not rank social signals from Facebook or Twitter” said Google’s Matt Cutts.

    But from Google+? Take a guess. It’s Google’s platform, remember.
    Just search for a keyword or a hashtag on Google and see what comes up.
    Facebook posts? Nope.

    • I also think Google+ ans SEO (on Google of course!) are related. This is probably de main reason why Google+ is still online :)

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