Category Archives: Social

Quality & Relevancy – SEO in 2012

Focusing on the volume of links going to your website & keyword density?  Don’t.  Search engines like Google don’t want to be manipulated into believing your page is relevant, they want proof.  And that proof lies in a natural link profile & relevancy from a time & social perspective.  SEO in 2012 ranks websites that [...]

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User Activity on Social Networks [Infographic]

Pinterest may have 1% of Facebook’s users, but it is as sticky as the reigning social network, Facebook, with users spending an average of 405 minutes per month.

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What Social Signals Count Most for Search Ranking?

Twitter vs Page Ranking

Social signals are becoming increasingly important because they increase the authority of links – but how do they impact search engine ranking? Below, we summarise 2 studies that suggest Twitter & Google+ should be your social focus.

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How // People Spend Their Time Online

How people are spending their time online

Globally, people are spending nearly 4 million years online every month – but what are we doing online?  This infographic sheds some light on our favourite online activities and websites. 

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Social Networks // The Guide for 2012

Social Media Guide 2012 - Infographic

An infographic showing 2012′s bigger social networks; who’s on them & how you can use them as part of your marketing strategy.  The most notable entry is Pinterest, a virtual pin board website that hit 10 million unique visits in the US faster than any other website in history.

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