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    Does social media help in SEO? What do you think about it?
    SMO is the use of social media networks to manage and grow an organization's message and online presence... but

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    From my personal experience, social media helps build trust and attract some referral traffic to the website. And in this case, they help.
    For example, it's easier to show who is responsible for the content on the website if the author is active on Facebook, Instagram, etc.
    And the website will be more authoritative compared to a website with a no-name author.

    And secondly, you may attract more users to your website from social media and they can convert well too.

    But I can't say that they help to rank better.

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    Social media helps a lot for brand development and could bow the traffic to right keywords. So yes it's very helpful.

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    SNS is very important in SEO today.
    This is because we believe that the number of followers on Twitter, Facebook, etc. can also be an authority.

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    Social media can be a great way to help improve your SEO. By creating relevant and engaging content, and by building up a strong social media following, you can help attract more visitors to your website which can in turn help improve your search engine ranking. Additionally, social signals (likes, shares, etc.) from social media can also help influence your SEO. However, it's important to keep in mind that social media is just one part of the larger puzzle when it comes to SEO - so don't neglect other important factors such as on-page optimization, keyword research, and link building.

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    Yes, it seems to me that social networks help with promotion. But this is definitely not something that you should pay attention to at the beginning of the creation of sites.

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    I'm sure social signals are a factor in search engine rankings.

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    Everything that brings attention to your content helps

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    Yes, absolutely it does. I don’t see why it wouldn’t!

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    Directly. No

    Indirectly. Yes. Why? Because the idea is to build a brand using social media. Brands gain more authority and trust.

    Google likes brands. As do users.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee1 View Post
    Directly. No

    Indirectly. Yes. Why? Because the idea is to build a brand using social media. Brands gain more authority and trust.

    Google likes brands. As do users.
    And if this was any other industry, I'd say yes you are right. On social media, doubt anyone wants to like post on slots, casinos on so on. You generally don't want relatives and friends to see that. Check some of the biggest portals and their post engagement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xecutable View Post
    On social media, doubt anyone wants to like post on slots, casinos on so on. You generally don't want relatives and friends to see that. Check some of the biggest portals and their post engagement.
    I think it's more high level than this. I don't think it's (fully) about likes, engagement, and interactions (my suspicion is those only really come in to play with any real impact when they're heading towards significant numbers)....

    The brand recognition part is an outcome

    So, what it's about is demonstrating brand potential (or confirming/reinforcing brand status, if it's already built) by associations.


    PS...and the active word here isn't really 'brand' (although the more appropriate word partially means/indicates the same thing), but we'll save that word for another day (someone might yet mention it on this thread!
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    aside from the other great comments, didn't twitter make their links dofollow in June?
    bound to be some value there somewhere. ?

    https://searchengineland.com/twitter...-tweets-385753

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    Read that again. A month ago it was clarified.
    Postscript: On July 1, 2022, Twitter added the nofollow attributes back to links, Glenn Gabe spotted it:
    Why we care. Twitter is one of the largest social networks and is used heavily by SEOs and marketers. If links remain unfollowed, it potentially might lead to more link spam on that network and both hurt the usefulness of Twitter and potentially the value of links in general on Twitter.
    Agree with this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by universal4 View Post
    Read that again. A month ago it was clarified.
    ah I missed that part. thank you. It seemed like a strange move by twit!

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    Yes, of course, but only if a sufficient number of users follow the link in social networks. By themselves, links from social networks do not provide any benefits.

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    I'm sure they do. In addition to the fact that there is a lot of thematic traffic in social networks, it is also additional links to your pages. If you find a specialist who will do this, you can achieve good figures. Get yourself interested subscribers who will share your content on their pages. Even the fact that it is the pages of social networks that appear in Google

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    確かにそうだと思いますが、ユーザーがリンクをクリックしてサイトにアクセスしなければ、機能 しません。

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    I'm sure it does, but it doesn't work unless the user clicks the link to visit the site.

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    A social networking site is better than no social networking site.
    It is easier to clarify information about the site operator.
    I feel it has some impact on SEO.

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    I rarely use it.. a lot of people say its great though never seen results, perhaps afew years ago but now cant really see it


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