Social Media List

Social media are websites or apps that allow users to create and share content and/or collaborate with others. This often describes what we post on sites and apps, like FacebookTwitterInstagram, Snapchat and others.

There are many social media websites and apps people use today.  According to Hashmeta, 46.2% of Singaporeans first research product reviews, user experiences, and comments through social media, such as Facebook.

From a search engine ranking perspective, social signals from such social media channel are also seen as increasingly important.

Below is a downloadable social media list of social media sites and their corresponding Trust flow , Citation flow and domain authority.

Social Media List



Glossary

Citation Flow is developed by Majestic SEO and it is a number of predicting how influential a URL might be based on how many sites link to it

Trust Flow is developed by Majestic SEO and is a number predicting how trustworthy a page is based on how trustworthy sites tend to link to trustworthy neighbors

Domain authority is developed by Moz and is a measure of the power of a domain name and is one of many search engine ranking factors. Domain authority is based on three factors: Age, Popularity, and Size.

PageRank is a ranking number used by Google Search to rank websites in their search engine results. On Monday, March 7 2016, Google officially ends it.

Will links from Social Media sites give my site a jump in rankings?

Social Links May or May Not boost your search engine rankings.

In 2014, Matt Cutts from Google explained in a video that

“Facebook and Twitter pages are treated like any other pages in our web index so if something occurs on Twitter or occurs on Facebook and we’re able to crawl it, then we can return that in our search results. But as far as doing special specific work to sort of say “you have this many followers on Twitter or this many likes on Facebook”, to the best of my knowledge we don’t currently have any signals like that in our web search ranking algorithms. ”

However, while the authority of a social media account doesn’t impact search rank, this doesn’t mean that links published on social media cannot be marked as credible back-links and thus influence a page’s search rank.

In fact, many internet marketers believe that links to your website via social media accounts do have a significant impact on your search rankings.

We do agree with the increasing influence of social media, social media links would be part of an entire tapestry of natural link diversity that Google looks out for.