An overview of a month of publication on Medium and LinkedIn Pulse I ended up posting eight articles on Medium and LinkedIn Pulse, none of them new. These were all taken directly from SEJ. Here is a list of the items I used: week one Every link building tactic you need to know in 2016 on Medium; LinkedIn Pulse A step-by-step guide to SEO for e-commerce websites on Medium; LinkedIn Pulse week two 15 Glorious Examples of Brands Using GIFs on Support; LinkedIn Pulse Does Google AMP affect SEO? on Medium; LinkedIn Pulse Advertising Continue reading below Third week What is the changing landscape of SEO in 2016? on Medium.
LinkedIn Pulse 22 brands with great Instagram videos on Medium; LinkedIn Pulse Fourth week Don't launch a WordPress site raster to vector conversion before going through this checklist on Medium; LinkedIn Pulse Search marketing is the future, right? on Medium; LinkedIn Pulse The results So how has this affected SEJ? As you can see from the results compared to last year, our numbers are up! google analytics SEJ But, what was the effect of the items I used in this experiment on the site? After a month of posting on LinkedIn and Medium, here are the stats: snapshot of medium experiment My shares, reads and comments have all increased over the course of a month.
And I increased pageviews by over 34% at SEJ in one month. Advertising Continue reading below Now, let's dig a little deeper into the data for each platform and article. Here are some key findings: LinkedIn puzzled Medium regarding opinions, but not by much . Anyway, I got 1,275 new eyeballs on my writing from SEJ. linkedin vs. medium views Users share more on Medium than on LinkedIn. linkedin vs. medium shares Articles do better over time on both platforms. Take a look at the comparison below, the majority of my items accelerated after the first 28 days.