I have been reading them recently. Are there any views on their reliability?
There most recent post is Using Social Media as Your Primary (or Only) Link Building Tactic Probably Won't Work
How would one get a link from social media to begin with? Does that mean the only value being in a Group on Facebook is if someone posts your article as a link? In other words a share is not a link?
What is a link building tactic for Social Media? Does it work?
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