5 Ways to use Social Media to Increase Your Page Rank

5 Ways to Use Social Media to Improve your Pagerank Sites Ranking (SEO)

Here I explain 5 ways to getting your sites (SEO) and Pagerank high with Google and on the first page of search results using social media marketing.

Remember, your Pagerank is a critical part of your website’s SEO and has to be done right to be effective.
With Google’s algorithms changing 100s of times a year. However, the factor in determining Google’s rankings can be confusing, That’s why you need an expert in this field!.

If you can imagine Google as a big dumb search engine, counting the links and likes from all over the web (Paid or unpaid). Google gives more weighting for likes and shares from authoritative and relevant websites and social networking pages. Unfortunately, there is no quick way to provide your website with more links or get your site to show up on the first page of a Google search. Here are 5 ways that can help speed up the process.

Sow how exactly does this work you ask?
Well the truth is, it’s not simple and if done incorrectly can ruin Pagerank as much as it can help it, so let’s begin.

1. Get testimonials/Reviews From Customers

Write to all your customers and ask them to write a review of your products and/or services. Use a list of all the businesses that you have helped and have them leave a review on your social networks like a Facebook Page or retweet on Twitter. Your company should also offer a page for reviews/testimonials, if you don’t have one in place, contact us and we will be happy to set one up on your website.

2. Offer Specials and Discounts Every Month.

Everyone loves a discount on services. Offering a discount and adding it to your social networks will surely get a buyer’s attention. I have used this technique to offer special discounts to receive a great number of links from social networks and other authoritative websites.

3. Wikipedia Links Back To Your Website

What’s the most searched site for content? Yes, it Wikipedia!
Wikipedia is an online encyclopedia that contains the most searched for things in the world.
But don’t write encyclopedic entries on your own. We have been editing Wikipedia for over 10 years now and have gotten proficient at writing the code Wikipedia uses.
We use keywords and write articles on our customer’s niche that rank very high for keywords and get tens of thousands of hits a month! WARNING: Don’t try this at home, have a professional do it for you.

4. Reviews and sharing on Facebook Pages and Facebook Fan Pages

When it comes to the king of social networks, Facebook is it hands down! But, some rules apply when marketing your products and services on this giant of social media.
I have seen many people and companies banned for charring too much content too fast (and get suspended), and others fail to buy not doing it enough.
There is a fine line to what Facebook will consider acceptable and just flat out SPAM! Making too many friends too fast will land you in the same place! Suspended!
Better to let a professional that knows the Terms Of Service and knows how to work network marketing on Facebook to increase that Pagerank safely.

5. Write Guest Posts that Improve Your Search Engine Rankings

This is probably the best way to go! To do this, simply write some guest posts about things that are highly relevant to the posts that you are linking back to.
NOTE: A link from a high PR site is more valuable than a link from a low PR site, and this includes Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and Google.

Remember, Google’s use of back-links from social networks to rank a website has to be done with skill. Be careful who you hire to do this for your business!
First, most people will tell you “I can rank your website higher” which will provide you with zillions of links.
These companies set up thousands of sites for the sole purpose of linking to their clients with no real quality or same niche, this is REALLY BAD FOR YOUR BUSINESS.
Second, to fix this, Google has ignored (Panda) links from these “link networks” as well as penalizing the customers that pay them for a linking service.

It’s possible to totally ruin Pagerank this way, even if you had no intention of buying links.

For example, if you are not careful and have hired a search engine optimization (“SEO”) company to improve your site’s SEO on Google, and they use a linking network that has a lower Pagerank than you, your site may inadvertently get a lower Pagerank then before you started.

Improving all these will lead to an increase in better customer engagement, better rank, and more traffic to your website, and increased ROI.