Which SEO Articles Had The Highest Social Reach Yesterday?

Thanks to the guys over at MuckRack, I am able to see which of yesterday’s SEO articles had the most social reach. Essentially, MuckRack tracks how often an article is shared, whether that be through Twitter, Facebook, or some other form of social media.

A look at the article published yesterday, March 11, 2013.

From SeoMoz:

The Guide to US Census Data for Local SEO

320 total social media Shares for this story, most of which stemming from Twitter, with 234 shares.

Testing: Moving Our Industry Forward

522 total social media shares. Most are from Twitter (313) and Google + (94).

From SearchEngineLand:

Google’s Matt Cutts on Upcoming Penguin, Panda, and Link Networks Update

2,185 total social media shares. Notably Twitter (1,010) and Facebook (519)

“Better Than Google” Claims: Why Doesn’t Anyone Believe Them?

699 total social media shares. Twitter (400) and StumbleUpon (85).

 

Certainly, this does not cover all of the SEO articles published on the web yesterday, but it does give a glimpse into which stories are being shared the most often. The only criteria I used here was a publication date of March 11th, 2013 and the story had to have been shared by someone I follow on Twitter. (Meaning I only saw this article because of it’s social reach)

 

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