Examples: Ranking Fast In Google's Twitter Results & Facebook Search

Nov 5, 2015 - 8:47 am 9 by
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With real time search becoming more popular, with the new Facebook Search upgrade and Twitter results in Google some SEOs like to test things out.

I have two recent examples of that.

Playing With Google's Twitter Integration

Rob Kerry posted a screen shot on Twitter of him being able to get a tweet of his to rank number one for [online poker], which is an incredibly competitive term. Here is that screen shot:

Google Search Twitter Spam

Of course, these results don't last too long. I believe in this case, it may have lasted 30 minute max.

Playing With Facebook Search

Moty Malkov posted a screen shot on Twitter of him easily ranking fast for [seo tips] in Facebook search shortly after that feature went live.

Facebook Search Spam

The good news, these results go away fast, the bad news, no one wants to look at them because they are filled with low quality results. I hate searching on Twitter, the results are horrible. Facebook, I am still making up my mind on. Google is always pretty good, but when you restrict the time to a week or so, it gets bad.

Forum discussion at Twitter & Twitter.


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