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Dec 17 Posted 1 year ago
That is extremely interesting, i should make the test...
Aug 7 Posted 1 year ago
Sorry it has taken me this long to reply. For some reason I didn't get email notifications of new comments. Let me know how it went.
I have been able to rank tons of my blog posts this way.
Jul 5 Posted 1 year ago
Great article, and very good technique explained. I will try it out as well. I will also be posting an article talking about the 3 most important SEO factors today: quality, no spam, social signals. I may link to this article, if I can :) the new article will be on my blog @ <a href="http://socialengagement.it>"Agenzia SEO & Web Marketing | Social Engagement</a>, if you all may wanna check it out, will be released next sunday :)
Thank you again for sharing your knowledge!
Eugenio | Social Engagement
Jun 28 Posted 1 year ago Peter, Nice post. I am going to use this experiment my website with "WordPress SEO Packages" keyword. I will surely share results to you and community here on SMT soon!
May 21 Posted 1 year ago
Great! Let me know what your results are.
May 21 Posted 1 year ago
Thanks for your insight. I haven't tried that exactly, but the first landing page had sharing icons and the second didn't. Do you think that is why the first moved up in ranking more than the second? I assumed it was due to the competition being higher, but it is actually pretty close.
May 20 Posted 1 year ago
did you try the same page with similar content and removing the the ability to share?
This is not a clear signal to any search engine that it good quilaity. I think it is a signal that is is used in discovering content not ranking it.
What about local results? Personalisation? try using a tool like http://www.sharedcount.com/ to analysis the top ten for any given result and I think you will be suprised. Thanks for sharing your research.
May 19 Posted 1 year ago
It's look interesting. I'll repeat a similar experiment!