In a Quest to Replace Facebook Traffic, Publishers Return to SEO #Business [Video]

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If Facebook really turns out to be a busted flush for publishers, where’s the traffic going to come from in the future? Should everyone pivot to Pinterest? Leap to LinkedIn? Chassé over to Snapchat?How you decide to move your platform strategy forward is your business, but getting...

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If Facebook really turns out to be a busted flush for publishers, where’s the traffic going to come from in the future? Should everyone pivot to Pinterest? Leap to LinkedIn? Chassé over to Snapchat?

How you decide to move your platform strategy forward is your business, but getting serious again about SEO is critical.

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The 12-month Referrer Dashboard published by web analytics and optimization business Parse.ly shows a green Facebook line dipping down and away from a steady blue Google line. This month, Google Search delivered 44% of all external referral traffic to Parse.ly’s customers, who include Conde Nast, HuffPost and The Wall Street Journal. Facebook sent 25%. According to Parse.ly’s data, Google has been sending people more traffic that Facebook since June or July last year, long before Facebook admitted to shifting the goalposts.

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