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Impact of twitter noise on Google SERPs
OddDog
Preferred Memberreport msg joined:Nov 6, 2002posts: 650#:4222158
12:18 pm on Oct 26, 2010
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I created twitter account specificialy for this little experiment. Theidea was to try to visualise the impact on a SERP´s page solely fromtwitter links.I @ messaged 900 people over a 2 month period who havementioned my key word phrase, a minimum of 20 a day, every day,including Saturdays and Sundays.My @ message included a tiny url to an excellent blog article, whichI have absolutly no affiliacion to.
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.The result was a move up the SERP´s for this page for the keywordphrase. It is a reasonably competive phrase. Its actually animportant brand name.This blog page moved from the 4th page to the first, and stopedraising on position 5.No other actions were taken around that blog post.I have not seen new inbounds to the post. (I am very very active inthat subject theme).I think its remarkable how much impact on SERP´s can begenerated on the back of creating noise in the social networks.
 
Impact of twitter noise on Google SERPs Google SEO forum at Webmast...http://www.webmasterworld.com/opengoogle/4222156.htm1 of 811/29/2010 5:57 PM
 
bhartzer
Senior Memberreport msg joined:Jan 28, 2003posts:1615#:4222332
6:47 pm on Oct 26, 2010
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I'm actually not surprised. This is further proof that Google iswatching what we say on the social media sites and what/who welink to.
tedster
Administratorreport msg joined:May 26, 2000posts:30793#:4222409
8:38 pm on Oct 26, 2010
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Thanks very much for this report. I've heard a similar one but itinvolved spontaneous Facebook activity bringing back rankings fora page that was 9 years dead and buried.
CainIV
Senior Memberreport msg joined:Dec 19, 2004posts:1503#:4222495
11:31 pm on Oct 26, 2010
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Interesting to hear. What will be further interesting is whether thedecay of Twitter noise impacts the "slide" of the website to lesserpositions, or whether the social mentions have a long term effecton positioning.
OddDog
Preferred Memberreport msg joined:Nov 6, 2002posts: 650#:4222503
11:58 pm on Oct 26, 2010
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I would guess it will decay rather quickly,Easy come easy go.It was more to test out the idea that social media "noise" has animpact in a pages ranking.In a lot of the search terms that i work in the first pagecomposicion always gives me ideas of how to go about the job.Many first page serps have a couple of wiki type authority results,maybe a couple of newspaper articles, a couple of blogs and acouple of forums.Basically i am getting to the conclusion (not written in stone) thatif the mix is heavily made of of blogs, than social media noise is agreat way to juggle the blog articles that you like onto the frontpage.Now what would be interesting is How many times is it needed todo this before google gives the blog authority status!
tedster
2:33 am on Oct 27, 2010
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Impact of twitter noise on Google SERPs Google SEO forum at Webmast...http://www.webmasterworld.com/opengoogle/4222156.htm2 of 811/29/2010 5:57 PM
 
Administratorreport msg joined:May 26, 2000posts:30793#:4222553
The hope is that Twitter/social media activity then generates someconventional links and sustained rankings. The query phrase willalso be a very important factor, I think.
sundaridevi
Junior Memberreport msg joined:Oct 22, 2010posts:47#:4227847
9:46 pm on Nov 7, 2010
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Many first page serps have a couple of wiki type authority results, maybea couple of newspaper articles, a couple of blogs and a couple of forums.Basically i am getting to the conclusion (not written in stone) that if the mixis heavily made of of blogs, than social media noise is a great way to juggle the blog articles that you like onto the front page.
HI, what does this mean? That the site has blogs and forums on itor that forums and blogs link to the site? Same with the mix? youmean offsite links are blogs ?I also have one site that has done very well in SERPs with fewnormal 'offsite' SEO advantages. But it is backed by about 100tweets that have a link to the site. I've always assumed that thefull text link is better for SEO than the bit.ly type links.When i do @domain.com in google, many of these twitter linksshow up on aggregator type sites, but most of them aren't livelinked or they are no followed.Anyway, I'm interested in learning more about this too.
SEOPTI
Senior Memberreport msg joined:Mar 6, 2002posts:1521#:4228717
5:40 am on Nov 10, 2010
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I have tested web 2.0 links and the brand new URLs posted there(only there) have been indexed. There was even a redirection inplace (tinyurl).This means Google even followed the redirection. I have testedthis over and over and run an automatic script which posts URLsevery 10 minutes.In my case it was not twitter.
OddDog
Preferred Memberreport msg joined:Nov 6, 2002
11:20 am on Nov 10, 2010
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I was reffering to the composicion of the sites that make up theten results to a search.If there is a high percentage of blogs in that 10, than I suspectthat it is easier to push a site into that page with social media
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