(PRWEB) August 24, 2012
SocialAdr social signals are greatly affecting the way people view rankings, and a review released this week from RCBryan & Associates includes "social signals" as one of the most important features of SocialAdr. As many know, search engine result page rankings have a huge effect on traffic levels for websites. For example, if an internet user searches for a specific term, the order in which the results appear can often influence which website the internet user is likely to end up at. Many solutions to the ranking issue include paying for advertising, which allows a website to show up as sponsored results at the top of a search result page. However, with the handy tool SocialAdr, there is an easier way to increase rankings on these search engine results pages.
Social signals are a new part of search engine result page algorithms that determine in what order websites are ranked. Social signals, unlike link-building, do not affect the rankings by the amount of times that a link to a website is posted. Instead, social signals are like votes for a website by clicking a Facebook like, +1, or Tweet from a website. SocialAdr is a great tool for increasing rankings because it uses real humans with real accounts to complete these actions, creating social signals that can help a website rank.
Through SocialAdr’s use of social signals, SocialAdr users can increase their search engine result page rankings and make their website more visible to people that may be searching for terms related to their website. Using SocialAdr is extremely easy, and requires only that the user adds a bookmark with the basic information about the link, such as title and description. This revolutionary service is being used by many to promote their websites, and can even be used for free.
Driving traffic to websites can be difficult, tedious, and sometimes hard to do naturally. Although there are some automated solutions available, the best route is to always use real people with real accounts to create social signals for a website. SocialAdr offers this, and even lets users get started for free. To get started using SocialAdr for free, interested parties can go visit the SocialAdr review released this week: http://www.rcbryan.com/SocialAdr-Review