HOW WILL YOU FACE GOOGLE in 2018
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SEO IS SEEING A MAJOR CHALLENGE IN 2018
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What has already been noted by major data collection centers is, namely that traffic from google exceeds that of Facebook by a significant amount.
Facebook directed 25 twenty-five percent less traffic to publishers in 2017, while Google increased its traffic by 17 seventeen percent, according to Parse.ly.
A complete turnaround starting from the beginning of 2017: In Jan. 2017, Facebook provided close to 40 percent of publisher s outside traffic sources; at the end of 2017 this has come down to 26 percent.
Google in contrast started the year at 34 percent, now contributes 44 percent of traffic. Parse.ly’s data comes from some 2,500 publishers that use its analytic s service, including such firms as Wall Street Journal, Time Inc., Mashable and Huffington Post.
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The main reason for this – for web traffic significant changes – Facebook is constantly updating its news feed algorithm and any changes to the way Facebook surfaces stories could have far-reaching effects on everyone who is publishing to the web.
Last year, for example, fb altered its algorithm to give more priority to posts from friends and family over that of common publishers.
Instant Articles, a previously high rated feature on fb, whereby some content was directly published to send more traffic to users, with the aim to send more readers to the base site as well, is less significance now.
Algorithm on fb that give more priority to native video over text links might also have a negative effect on traffic.
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