Things might just be getting interesting on the Social Network - they've introduced a new search -and even though they are saying it's not a direct threat to Google, they have incorporated Bing to produce results where none are found. I wonder if this'll make FB a far more serious place to share articles:
by Person of Interest5 years ago
Facebook is deleting “likes” all over the place. Goodbye to all those lovely organic links… Doesn’t seem to be any rhyme or reason to it either. Unless the default for all "likes" is...
by Marisa Wright2 years ago
For those of you hoping you can ignore Google and become successful via the social networks, this survey is not good news:http://searchengineland.com/study-organ … l-5-202063Basically, for most websites, the...
by shawna.wilson8 years ago
I signed up for Facebook today to try to boost traffic to my hubs. I put an RSS feed on my profile thanks to a suggestion from Steph Hicks. How will I know if it is bringing more traffic to my hubs? ...
by Manthram3 years ago
Back-links are the main aspect of off-page SEO. There are several ways to get back-links. Social media, like posting your hubs to Facebook and Twitter, forum posting, and blog commenting are the most common. Just stay...
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