Improve Your Website SEO With Social Media Optimization [Infographic]

We’ve written a lot about SEO on Bit Rebels. We’ve written about it so much that if you have no experience in it at all, you could probably learn all you need to know about it to make a difference in your website’s traffic by just reading the articles we’ve already published. However, have you ever thought about optimizing your social media accounts? Social media is the most important aspect in SEO today, and this article is all about social media optimization.

If you are stumped on what I just typed about the fact that social media is the most important aspect in SEO today, just click over to the Updated SEO Ranking Factors. As you’ll see, Google+, Facebook, backlinks, Pinterest and tweets rank higher than any other SEO factor now. So, it only makes sense to learn about social media optimization.

If you would like to maximize the SEO on your website with social media, this infographic called How To Perform SEO On Your Website With Social Media by Social Marketing Writing is for you. This is a non-traditional looking infographic, and I appreciate the change. It’s informative and interesting to see how social media optimization can affect your website’s traffic.

To get even more detailed information about this, you can read Social Media Optimization For Your Business, which is an article that offers even more information about this. The thing is, with as many websites that are competing for popularity right now, it only makes sense to do as much as you can to increase your website’s visibility. Therefore, this is relevant, regardless of where your website is in its evolution.

This infographic explains the results of a recent study on this topic, and if you use this information to your advantage, you’ll be one step ahead of your competitors. Improve your social media optimization, improve your social media presence, and improve your SEO… all at the same time.

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    You’re mixing correlation and causation up here. Your assumption that one “results” in the other is not at all plausible. A high Alexa rating, a high Klout score, and a high number of followers are all a high probability with a popular website! One does not necessarily lead to the other.

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    Thanks for sharing this article with us. In my opinion, its very important for a company to be socially visible and active but in order to maintain a desired standard it becomes essential to understand the different aspects involved and attached!!

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    Hey Mitt, I agree that Douglas is technically correct in that this doesn’t show the proof in terms of how one affects the other. However, the main point of the article is to encourage website owners/marketers to be socially active as it affects the natural search position and this is 100% true. We know that Google looks at links (Page Rank) and what the website ‘author’ is saying across the web (Author Rank). This is why Social Media is playing an increasing role in SEO. Thanks for sharing!

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    Great findings here. I have been working with SEO for some time and am starting to see what you have found. Social media is huge in today’s world. Its very easy to get the word out about something. It will help your company and you out by using social media as much as you can.

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    Geetika 8 years

    This is a good article. Yes, SMO is very important these days. Social media websites like Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus are very useful to promote business. We can get traffic to our website by using these social media websites in effective way.