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[] 4 Easy Ways to Automatically Share Your Blog Posts

If you are looking for a wordpress social platform to publish a new blog post or page on to various social networks such as facebook, twitter, linkedin and so on, then the below 4 social plugins will offer a great help. Because sharing manually on these networks is a time-consuming and tedious process. Automatic wordpress blog posting / sharing is the way to go.

4 Convenient and easy wordpress plugins:

Jetpack Publicize

Publicize is part of the popular Jetpack plugin. It’s an obvious choice for automatically sharing your posts on several social networks at once, since many blogs are already using Jetpack.

WP-AutoSharePost

This plugin automatically shares your posts to Facebook and Twitter, along with a predefined message.

1-Click Retweet/Share/Like

1-Click is a plugin with many features, including the option to automatically share your blog posts on 30+ social networks.

SocialPublish

SocialPublish shares your blog posts to Facebook and Twitter as soon as they’re published.
 

News [Update] Google help doc defines Search Analytics impressions, position and clicks

Google has released a new help document that defines the metrics used on the Google Search Analytics report that webmasters can find within the Google Search Console.Specifically, it aims at defining three core metrics used on the report; impressions, position and clicks.

What is an impression?

A link URL records an impression when it appears in a search result for a user. Whether or not the link must actually be scrolled into view or otherwise visibledepends on the type of search element that contains the link, as described later.

Aggregating data by site vs by page

If a single search element contains several links (as many do), impressions are counted by URL or by site, depending on your view in the Search Analytics report.

What is search result position?

The Google Search results page is composed of many search result elements. Search result elements include blue link sections, carousels, Knowledge Graph cards, and many other types of result features. A single search result element can include text, interactive features, and one or more links.

What is a click?

For most result types, any click that sends the user to a page outside of Google Search is counted as a click, and clicking a link that stays inside search results is not counted as a click. SeeWhat is a query refinement?for more information.

Clicking a search result to an outside page, returning, then clicking the same link again counts as only one click. Clicking a different link counts as a click for each link clicked.

Credits: google.com

[Update] Google help doc defines Search Analytics impressions, position and clicks

Google has released a new help document that defines the metrics used on the Google Search Analytics report that webmasters can find within the Google Search Console.Specifically, it aims at defining three core metrics used on the report; impressions, position and clicks.

What is an impression?

A link URL records an impression when it appears in a search result for a user. Whether or not the link must actually be scrolled into view or otherwise visibledepends on the type of search element that contains the link, as described later.

Aggregating data by site vs by page

If a single search element contains several links (as many do), impressions are counted by URL or by site, depending on your view in the Search Analytics report.

What is search result position?

The Google Search results page is composed of many search result elements. Search result elements include blue link sections, carousels, Knowledge Graph cards, and many other types of result features. A single search result element can include text, interactive features, and one or more links.

What is a click?

For most result types, any click that sends the user to a page outside of Google Search is counted as a click, and clicking a link that stays inside search results is not counted as a click. SeeWhat is a query refinement?for more information.

Clicking a search result to an outside page, returning, then clicking the same link again counts as only one click. Clicking a different link counts as a click for each link clicked.

Credits: google.com

4 Easy Ways to Automatically Share Your Blog Posts

If you are looking for a wordpress social platform to publish a new blog post or page on to various social networks such as facebook, twitter, linkedin and so on, then the below 4 social plugins will offer a great help. Because sharing manually on these networks is a time-consuming and tedious process. Automatic wordpress blog posting / sharing is the way to go.

4 Convenient and easy wordpress plugins:

Jetpack Publicize

Publicize is part of the popular Jetpack plugin. It’s an obvious choice for automatically sharing your posts on several social networks at once, since many blogs are already using Jetpack.

WP-AutoSharePost

This plugin automatically shares your posts to Facebook and Twitter, along with a predefined message.

1-Click Retweet/Share/Like

1-Click is a plugin with many features, including the option to automatically share your blog posts on 30+ social networks.

SocialPublish

SocialPublish shares your blog posts to Facebook and Twitter as soon as they’re published.