Posted by Anal Bhatt
April 09, 2013
Have you been a little lax on your link building lately? Or Become uninspired over search ranking? No need to worry about it. Just let your link building rise to the wayside through its campaign through the use of social media that shows valuable and visible results.
But, Don’t trust rumors that the link building practice is dead. That just isn’t true. You need to add more skilled and proofed techniques to the practice like use quality search queries and build social links is a new ethical way to squander a lot of potentials and is absolutely relevant to connecting consumers with brands for business.
Here are the most confusing questions that I used to listen to many times by our subscribers and I am going to solve them through answers on the fundamentals of using social media. A focused approach for link attraction and acquisition.
1)How do you define “ Social Linking “?
Social Linking most often means a use social media channels to promote your content that inspires social shares with links. As we are all aware of social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Linkedin, You can share your own content via Tweets, Facebook, or doing pins on Pinterest that includes a link to your content and being promoted. These are examples of social links. In short, we can say that social shares with links can be called social links.
Social channels are a great resource to promote your content to many communities, to bloggers, and also to many journalists who may notice and link to the promoted sources. You can not say those are social links but the links inspired by content promoted through social channels. With the integration of Social media and SEO, it generates a strong impact on content which improves better search visibility and attracting traffic directly.
2)How do you define the key types of social links?
Social Links have different types of characteristics, however, marketers might be judge those links in different ways like social shares, discern value through no-follow links or page rank, how much traffic was sent in a particular time frame, and also through the overall propagation because of focus on awareness, branding and reach.
Here are some Key Types of social links :
3) I think you noticed that So many social networks using the Nofollow attribute, But have you find any indirect search benefit from sharing in the social networks?
It is a fact that everyone believes, through social networks you can create awareness, interest and raise your interaction with many people by just promoting content. Peoples come to know you through your information and believe whatever information you shared over there. It is obviously a great resource that people make their own identity through blogging, share their views through commenting and also share the contents in the form of marketing.
As we are aware of search engine policies and terms, we don’t have any control over them. So, It is beneficial for us if we approach direct and indirect benefits within social channels and only focus on the positive results to affect a target audience first. Everyone has a strong belief that No-follow links won’t count as a value in the eyes of search engines!!! But, If the links provide a clear value to the influencers and followers and they act those links in a meaningful, measurable way then you will definitely achieve your main objective.
4) How much impact on social linking for non-logged-in and non-personalized results?
The particular inbound links within the millions of social shares that occur on a regular basis are usually too prosperous for search engines like Google to ignore completely. If content resonates with a community and they try really hard to share that content, we can’t picture exactly why search engines wouldn’t factor that signal for generic searches. That might not be a sign having a substantive effect today intended for logged-out users, however, We imagine, it will develop proportionate to the growth of social network usage.
It is undoubtedly that social shares with links is actually create an ancillary impact on people who decide to “follow” their blogs, through comments, or also finding other content sources which are outside of social networks.
5) Social links Vs Traditional Links
Social shares with links are very much important for driving traffic and creating awareness of any content considered as a signal of the generic search terms. When evaluating social links by the authors they include sharing the links, the rate, and also quantity of social shares.
Here, the main term context is as important as defining social vs traditional. I will explain to you through the Example: If a blogger link to another web page or blog within an article that contains hundreds of words and in the same manner A link that contains valuable words and it could be retweeted hundreds of times in a very short time. But, It is not possible that hundred of bloggers would write blog posts including hundred of words within a short period of time.
In traditional links, the anchor text and Page domain authority are the main sources. But, If your social links have no anchor text and the rate of link duplication is still has some important values for social links but not in the same way as the traditional page-to-page links.
6) Is ROI on social linking is still approachable by marketers as link building known to be a key factor for achieving higher visibility?
Social linking itself is known as purely achieving higher search visibility and earn the values as well. Social shares always inspiring direct traffic, waves of awareness and also provide longer-term benefits from relevant and optimized content. Social linking is definitely increased Brand awareness when seeking a great result in click-through within the SERPs, even the positioning is further 1,2, or 3.