May 14, 2012

How Social Media Impacts Google Organic Search – Google+ Wins! [Infographic] | pamorama
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Social media has a measurable impact on Google organic search results, with Google+ improving rankings the most.

Google+ wins!

Though the study wasn’t statistically ideal, it showed that social media has a measurable impact on Google organic search results, with Google properties impacting the websites’ organic search rankings the most.

1. Increasing the number of Google+ Business Page followers yielded the biggest change in position: +14.63

2. Tactics to grow the number of Google +1 votes also paid off: +9.44

3. Facebook promotion finished in the middle at +6.9

4. A better Tweet and retweet strategy resulted in +2.88

5. Focusing on getting more Twitter followers came in last and actually decreased search rankings: -1.22.

The control site, which had no social media activity around it, didn’t experience any meaningful change: -0.11

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