Google+ Ripples (in Italian Google+ Eco) creates an interactive graphic of the public shares of any public post or URL on Google+ to show you how it has rippled through the network and help you discover new and interesting people to follow.
Ripples shows you:
Who has publicly shared a post or URL and the comments they’ve made
How a post or URL was shared over time
Statistics on how a post or URL was shared
A link to Ripples for web pages / posts shared through Google+ is now available also in #Google Analytics under “Acquisition / Social / Data Hub Activity”
Google+ Ripples accessible directly through Google Analytics
You can see Ripples for each post just by adding its URL at the end of this one, in your browser bar:
#Social media and SEO are getting closer day by day and guest blogging apparently is decreasing in popularity – if Matt has said so, it’s true.
Let’s imagine a link between number of shares and author(ship) rank for each of such shares. It would certainly give an idea of the weight of such an important ranking factor like Google+ activity.
Here is my Google+ Author Rank measured with the experimental tool by Virante that calculates a score based on the content linked to my Google+ profile via Authorship. It does not currently include any measure of authority due to my actions within Google+.
Google+ Author Rank
You can monitor Author Rank for any of your (Google+) friends.
Paolo Margarihttps://www.paolomargari.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/paolo-margari-1.pngPaolo Margari2014-03-31 17:37:192020-06-18 19:08:54Did you know Google+ Ripples? It helps you monitor shares of a post on Google Plus