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Will social signals replace links as a primary SEO signal affecting Google’s rankings? Have social signals already replaced links in that way? These questions and more came up last month at SMX Advanced.
links do still hold strong value. just dont fake it, earn them.
Google continues to hold a death-grip on search market share in the U.S., but Experian Hitwise says that Bing has taken five percent of Google’s market share in the last 12 months.
At Google I/O developer conference this week, there have been quite a few Google+ updates but today two stuck out the most to me. First of all, Google gave an official update to how many registered users the social network now has. Since April of this year, Google+ has grown 70 million users, up to 250 million total. That is a huge increase in just a few months.
Google just launched a brand new recommendations feature for the Google +1 social sharing button. The button, which I have below this article is used to share the webpage into Google+, which is Google’s social network. It’s just like the Facebook Like button or the Twitter tweet button.
interesting update from google+
In true Facebook fashion, they are trying to get every possible bit of information from it’s 900+ million users. The next step will be a new message that will sit atop of your news feed, starting soon, and some are already seeing it. The new message will ask you to “stay in control of your account” and send you over to the Facebook Security page - where you can verify your mobile number with the social giant.
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