Danny Wong

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With a $200 billion market cap and an active user base that rivals the entire population of China, Facebook has significant staying power.

For publishers, marketers and site owners, this is especially important because Facebook is the leading driver of social referrals to sites across the web. Also, surprisingly, over the last year, Pinterest has been giving Zuckerberg and company a run for their money as the #2 source of social referrals.

In the 3rd Quarter 2014 edition of the Shareaholic Social Media Traffic Report, we take a look at how much traffic each of the 8 most popular social networks sent publishers’ way. The data reveals “share of visits,” a percentage of overall traffic — direct traffic, social referrals, organic search, paid search, etc. — sites received, for Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, StumbleUpon, Reddit, Google Plus, YouTube, and LinkedIn.

This June, Facebook delivered nearly a quarter of the total visits sites around the web received. While its share of traffic has marginally shrunk since then, the ubiquitous social network still drives 4x more traffic than Pinterest.

Our Q3 report, which aggregates data from Shareaholic’s network of sites*, is broken up into two main parts:

  • Section I: Social referrals over Q3 2014 (June – September 2014) — A brief look at four months of data collected from 300,000+ websites reaching a global audience of more than 400 million unique monthly visitors.**
  • Section II: Social referrals year-over-year (September 2013-2014) — A deeper analysis of thirteen months of data collected from 200,000+ websites reaching a global audience of more than 250 million unique monthly visitors.**

Let’s take a dive into the numbers.

Section I: Social Referrals Over Q3 2014

Our first chart observes “share of visits” for each social network over the months of June, July, August, and September 2014. The final column quantifies how much each social platform’s share has changed from June (end of Q2) through September (end of Q3).

Social Media Traffic Trends Report Q3 October 2014 chart

Of the eight social networks tracked, only two — LinkedIn and Google Plus — drove a greater share of traffic at the end of Q3 than they did at the end of Q2. The other six each saw their share of traffic decrease slightly, between 1.03 – 0.01 percentage points.

Social Media Traffic Referrals Report Q3 Oct 2014 graph

With a fairly flat quarter, it’s worth asking: Has social media plateaued? 

Section II: Social Referrals Year-Over-Year

A quick glance at historical data tells us that over the past 13 months, both Facebook and Pinterest have demonstrated the powerful potential of their respective platforms to marketers, publishers and site owners.

Social Media Traffic Trends Report October 2014 chart

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Collectively, the 8 largest sources of social referrals drove 29.49% of overall traffic sites received last month. Compare that to 16.44% during the same time last year.

Year-over-year, only 3 social networks (Facebook, Pinterest and Google Plus) saw their “share of traffic” grow. Each experienced at least a 50% bump in share of visits over the past 13 months. The remaining 5 (Twitter, StumbleUpon, Reddit, YouTube, and LinkedIn) saw their shares decline by more than 24%.

Social Media Traffic Referrals Report Oct 2014 graph

Below are four key takeaways from this report:

1. Facebook leads the pack, driving 4 times as much traffic to sites as Pinterest does

  • For businesses, Facebook is a gold mine of audience data and content distribution. For users, it is a highly personalized window into the things/topics/news they care about. In sum, Facebook is everything.
  • Driving 22.36% of overall traffic to sites, Facebook’s share of traffic has exploded in the last year. Since September 2013, its share has increased 115.63% (11.99 percentage points) from 10.37%. While it didn’t experience significant gains over Q3, there is still plenty of room for growth.

2. Pinterest is coming for Facebook’s throne

  • Pinterest, while wildly popular among American women, hasn’t yet scaled to the size of its competitors. Even still, with an estimated 70 million users, it has firmly secured its position as the 2nd largest referrer of social traffic.
  • In September, Pinterest delivered 5.52% of total visits sites received. Over the past year, its share of traffic has grown 50.07% (up 1.84 percentage points), giving it a noticeable lead over Twitter, StumbleUpon and Reddit.

3. Twitter is losing influence and clout

  • On a mission to be more like Facebook, Twitter may have lost its way.
  • Since September 2013, Twitter’s share has steadily declined from 1.17% (its 13-month high) to 0.88% (its 13-month low) last month. This is a loss of 0.29 percentage points (down 24.97%).

4. StumbleUpon, Reddit, Google Plus, YouTube, and LinkedIn are in a category all their own

  • For most publishers, marketers and site owners, the five remaining social networks are forgettable sources of traffic. Collectively, they contributed 0.74% of overall traffic sites received last month, which is less than the number of visits Twitter alone sent.
  • Over the past 13 months, StumbleUpon’s share of traffic peaked at 0.99%, in March 2014, and last month sunk to a low of 0.41%. Year-over-year, its share decreased 26.49% (a loss of 0.15 percentage points) down from 0.56%.
  • Comparing September 2013 to September 2014, Reddit’s share went from 0.26% to 0.18%. Shrinking 30.56%, Reddit lost 0.08 percentage points.
  • Google Plus may still live on. In fact, in the last year, it saw modest gains, increasing its share of traffic 57.02% (0.03 percentage points) to 0.07% last month, up from 0.04% during the same time last year.
  • YouTube was the biggest loser. Shedding 87.27% of its weight (0.25 percentage points), it once claimed 5th place above Reddit but now ties for 7th with LinkedIn. In September 2013, YouTube drove 0.29% of overall traffic to sites. Last month, it only drove 0.04%.
  • While LinkedIn has become a publishing powerhouse, it sends a comparatively low number of social referrals to sites across the web. In September 2014, LinkedIn accounted for 0.04% of overall traffic to sites, down 47.37% (0.03 percentage points) from the same time last year.

Which social network drove more or less traffic to your site over the past year? Let us know what numbers you dig up in the comments below.


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* Shareaholic sources data from a network of opt-in websites that utilize its content marketing and publishing tools. Our sites are fairly diverse, spread across tens of different head categories (e.g. food, tech, design, fashion and beauty, marketing, sports, parenting, religion, general news, and many, many more), with sites ranging from independent lifestyle blogs to publishing companies to commerce sites. Furthermore, the size of websites participating in this study varies. Some receive less than 1,000 unique visitors each month while others pull in millions.

** Our methodology is unique in that we utilize a proprietary network of opt-in websites that continues to grow. Rather than working solely with a static list, we take advantage of an expanding data set which is why our sample size for Q3 (300k+ sites reaching 400M+ users) is larger than that for our year-over-year analysis (200k+ sites reaching 250M+ users).

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  37. Yong says:

    Dear Danny Wong,

    Very interesting insights. Thanks for sharing!

    A quick question: is the “social referral traffic” mentioned in this report the original social referral traffic, or paid social referral traffic? I speculate that you didn’t break down, right?

    Thanks,

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  57. Danny Wong says:

    Instagram is a bit hard to quantify. In fact, it has an “attribution problem.” Links within Instagram are disabled. Any reference to content or brands within Instagram ultimately means audiences will have to either search for or visit sites directly.

  58. Danny Wong says:

    Interesting! Do you find your content gets many (or few) Pins? Are you active on Pinterest?

  59. Danny Wong says:

    Well said. Pinterest doesn’t have a large enough male audience to make it the most influential platform for brands marketing to men. I suspect that’ll change in due time though. As the platform grows, we’ll find all sorts of consumers (and brands) flocking to it.

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  71. […] You can see more about this in the full report HERE. […]

  72. […] You can see more about this in the full report HERE. […]

  73. […] is the second largest referrer of social traffic. It’s up 50% since last year according to Shareholic. In September, Pinterest delivered 5.52% of total visits sites […]

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  93. Nelly Rahman says:

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  95. Is there a breakdown of these stats per country or domain extension?

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  105. Tal Gurevich says:

    Great read Danny! I’m wondering if you have a mobile only data set. The reason is that perhaps mobile (web or app, doesn’t matter) traffic creates a more distinct conclusion where twitter or pinterest can be seen in a different light.

    While Facebook is big on desktop, it might be skewing these results, while mobile first applications like twitter or others, might get more respectable sections in the pie when seen from a mobile perspective.

    thoughts?

    • Danny Wong says:

      Great question. We currently do not have that data available, but if we do get a chance to aggregate that and compile it into a report, I’ll ping you.

      Happy New Year!

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  119. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  120. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  121. […] given Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good volume AND this was  already loyal in many of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sole on a methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  122. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  123. […] given Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good volume AND this was  already loyal in many of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sole on a methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  124. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  125. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  126. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  127. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  128. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  129. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  130. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  131. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  132. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  133. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  134. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  135. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  136. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  137. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  138. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  139. […] since Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  140. […] since Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  141. […] Pinterest is now the second-largest social media network after Facebook. […]

  142. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  143. […] king and queen respectively in driving a large traffic from social media referrals, according to Shareaholic’s latest report . Using these numbers, what can you […]

  144. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  145. […] since Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  146. […] since Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  147. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  148. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  149. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  150. […] The facts are in and they speak volumes. With an estimated 70 million users, Pinterest has firmly secured its position as the 2nd largest referrer of social traffic. […]

  151. […] a recent study conducted by Shareaholic, Pinterest continued to show growth in the amount of traffic it is driving to websites. In fact, it […]

  152. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  153. […] even with the skew towards women, most businesses would be unwise to ignore Pinterest. According to Shareaholic’s Q3 2014 Social Media Traffic Report,the pinning platform brought in more than three times the traffic of Twitter, StumbleUpon, Reddit, […]

  154. […] Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  155. […] il 24% del traffico sul proprio sito viene da Facebook come affermato dal blog di Shareaholic, quindi non deve mai mancare il riferimento al proprio sito […]

  156. […] il 24% del traffico sul proprio sito viene da Facebook come affermato dal blog di Shareaholic, quindi non deve mai mancare il riferimento al proprio sito […]

  157. […] significance as a traffic source for any website owner cannot be overstated. According to a new report by Shareaholic, who analysed the traffic of more than 200,000 websites around the globe between September 2013 and […]

  158. […] all know that Pinterest is now one of the most popular social networks, running only second to FaceBook. While you can soon make use of Pinterest promoted pins, you may probably first want to use […]

  159. […] due to its volume of users but also the way news is shared within a user’s feed. According to a post by Danny Wong Facebook drove 22.36% of overall traffic to the Sharealholic sites and it is growing. Danny […]

  160. […] still a great and valuable content marketing platform source for brands to invest in. According to report from Shareaholic, Facebook continues to drive a lot of traffic to brand websites and has been the largest referral […]

  161. […] since Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  162. […] to engage with brands in social media, and when they talk about products on Pinterest they drive vast amounts of traffic to brand […]

  163. […] since Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  164. […] and media consumption. Today Facebook boasts more than 1.3 billion active users and is the leading driver of referral […]

  165. […] main (or maybe only) mode of distribution. From small blogs to major online publishers, Facebook drives 22.36% of overall traffic to websites, including both paid and organic referrals. That’s almost a […]

  166. […] più velocemente di Twitter di una buona misura. Questo è vero per la maggior parte del 2014 secondo Shared Count (anche se non sono completamente convinto della metodologia con cui sono stati diffusi questi […]

  167. […] Because of this, publishers have been chasing the pageview since Day 1. It started with SEO and shortly after social sharing came of age, tactics like clickbait were born. It’s so widespread that, recently, squashing clickbait has been the mission of the largest sources of social traffic the web has ever seen. […]

  168. […] since Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  169. […] are becoming increasingly dependent on social media for traffic.  In September 2013 Shareaholic reported the eight biggest social referrers drove 16.4 percent of traffic to publishers’ sites, […]

  170. […] המחקר החדש של Shareaholic Social Media Traffic Report, בדק את שיעור דחיפת הטראפיק ברשתות החברתיות לאתרים. המחקר קבע חד משמעית: […]

  171. […] since Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  172. […] you have ever doubted the longevity of Facebook in online marketing, then new research from Shareaholic Social Media Traffic Report will have you eating your […]

  173. […] l’emergente social network fra le sue previsioni SEO del 2012 e in effetti, stando agli ultimi dati di Shareaholic, ci azzeccò: Pinterest figura infatti al secondo posto nei Social Media Traffic Referral, superato […]

  174. […] media channels to drive traffic to its website, blog or ecommerce store?  Well, according to Shareaholic, Facebook leads all social networks by a very large margin when it comes to social referrals.  Our […]

  175. […] genereert momenteel 22,36 procent van al het webverkeer. Gemeten over een jaar gaat het om een toename van […]

  176. […] Pinterest has firmly secured its position as the 2nd largest referrer of social traffic. […]

  177. […] Pinterest has firmly secured its position as the 2nd largest referrer of social traffic. […]

  178. […] plus utilisé par les adultes que Twitter (28% à Pinterest contre 23% à Twitter). Selon une autre étude menée par Shareaholic, Pinterest serait aujourd’hui le réseau social qui amène le plus de trafic sur un site web, […]

  179. […] news organizations looking for growth have come to rely on it. An October 2014 analysis claimed Facebook drove nearly 25 percent “of overall traffic to sites,” which seems low to me. Justin Smith, CEO of Bloomberg Media, worried Wednesday that “the list is […]

  180. […] since Pinterest appears to have grown faster in 2014 than Twitter by a good amount AND this was  already true in most of 2014 according to SharedCount (though I’m not totally sold on the methodology of coverage for their numbers). However, we […]

  181. […] websites in March 2014 – second only to Facebook. What’s even crazier is that Pinterest brought three times the traffic of Google Plus, YouTube, Twitter, StumbleUpon, LinkedIn, and Reddit […]

  182. […] released a social media traffic report in 2013, with figures showing that Pinterest drives more traffic to sites than Twitter, […]

  183. […] Think of the recent exponential growth of image-centric social networks such as Pinterest and Instagram. Pinterest, despite only being a few years old, is actually the second-largest social media traffic referrer behind Facebook.[5] […]

  184. […] released a social media traffic report in 2013, with figures showing that Pinterest drives more traffic to sites than Twitter, […]

  185. […] is now the second largest referrer of online […]

  186. […] no final de 2014, o Facebook respondeu por quase 25% de todos os cliques gerados em redes sociais, segundo a Shareaholic. Na comparação, o Twitter ficou com apenas […]

  187. […] datos de Shareolic Facebook es el principal sitio de tráfico de referencia, enviando al menos 25 por ciento de todos […]

  188. […] Shareaholic took an in-depth look at the traffic performance of the top eight social media sites for Q3 2014, and the results shouldn’t come as any surprise. With over a billion users and a lot of capital to back its activities, Facebook came out at the top of the pack as the number-one service generating traffic for sites. […]

  189. […] is not isolated.  According to Shopify, Facebook dominates as a source of social traffic.  Shareaholic released a report which found that Facebook traffic to blogs were four times greater than traffic […]

  190. […] to recent research by Shareaholic,  Facebook is still king when it comes to converting social media marketing […]

  191. […] should be enough for any brand, but if it isn’t, let’s move on to actual purchasing. Pinterest trails only Facebook when it comes to the volume of website referrals it drives. I was also able to find another stat, from influential content marketer Jeff Bullas, […]

  192. […] normally always recommend starting out with Facebook as your primary social media. It’s often the best way to drive traffic to your website. Of course other social medias can be important as well, but starting out with only […]

  193. […] According to a recent quarterly report by Shareaholic, Facebook remains cream of the crop when it comes to driving social referral traffic. The study reveals that while social media contributes to 30% of overall referral traffic received by publishers, marketers, and site owners, a majority of the traffic (22%) comes from Facebook. […]

  194. […] should be enough for any brand, but if it isn’t, let’s move on to actual purchasing. Pinterest trails only Facebook when it comes to the volume of website referrals it drives. I was also able to find another stat, from influential content marketer Jeff Bullas, […]

  195. […] čak 29,5 posto ukupnog prometa na stranicama, gotovo dvostruko više nego 2013. godine, prema Shareaholicu. Vodeća društvena mreža je Facebook, koji čini 22,4 posto izvora svih izdavača u rujnu. Nakon […]

  196. […] According to a recent quarterly report by Shareaholic, Facebook remains cream of the crop when it comes to driving social referral traffic. The study reveals that while social media contributes to 30% of overall referral traffic received by publishers, marketers, and site owners, a majority of the traffic (22%) comes from Facebook. […]

  197. […] Shareaholic report has shown that Facebook still reigns as king of social media. With an outstanding 22.3% of overall traffic to sites coming from Facebook, it is one of the best places for publishers to promote their content. […]

  198. […] according to a study from Shareaholic, Pinterest drives more traffic than Google+, LinkedIn, and YouTube combined. We recently uploaded […]

  199. […] Pinterest brought in more than 3 times the traffic of Google Plus, YouTube, Twitter, StumbleUpon, LinkedIn and Reddit combined, according to Shareaholic’s Q3 2014 Social Media Traffic report. […]

  200. […] Facebook drives 23% of all website traffic. (Shareaholic) […]

  201. […] generated more website traffic than any other social network, according to new research. The study, released […]

  202. […] is not isolated.  According to Shopify, Facebook dominates as a source of social traffic.  Shareaholic released a report which found that Facebook traffic to blogs were four times greater than traffic […]

  203. […] found in October 2014 that Facebook drives four more times the traffic to websites than Pinterest, YouTube, Twitter, […]

  204. […] found in October 2014 that Facebook drives four more times the traffic to websites than Pinterest, YouTube, Twitter, […]

  205. […] found in October 2014 that Facebook drives four more times the traffic to websites than Pinterest, YouTube, Twitter, […]

  206. […] cukup untuk segala merek, tetapi jika belum, mari kita lanjutkan ke pembelian yang sebenarnya. Pinterest hanya tertinggal dari Facebook ketika berbicara tentang volume rujukan ke situs web yang dihasilkannya. Saya juga mampu menemukan statistik lain, dari praktisi content marketing […]

  207. […] cukup untuk segala merek, tetapi jika belum, mari kita lanjutkan ke pembelian yang sebenarnya. Pinterest hanya tertinggal dari Facebook ketika berbicara tentang volume rujukan ke situs web yang dihasilkannya. Saya juga mampu menemukan statistik lain, dari praktisi content marketing […]

  208. […] es una fuente directa de generación de ventas. Tráfico hacia tu web: según el último informe de Shareaholic, Pinterest es la segunda red social que atrae más visitas hacia un sitio web y, por último, […]

  209. […] personal brand on Pinterest, you can help drive traffic to your professional website. Pinterest drives more traffic than LinkedIn, YouTube, and Google+ combined, so Pinning your own content to build your personal […]

  210. […] traffic” grow. Each experienced at least a 50% bump in share of visits over the past 13 months. Pinterest has an estimated 70 million users and is coming for Facebook’s […]

  211. […] In September 2014, Pinterest delivered 5.52% of total visits sites received. Over the past year, its share of traffic has grown 50.07% (up 1.84 percentage points), giving it a noticeable lead over Twitter, StumbleUpon and Reddit. (source) […]

  212. […] 46. If that weren’t enough, Facebook drives 23% of all traffic ACROSS THE ENTIRE INTERNET. <<CLICK TO TWEET THIS FACT!>> (source) […]

  213. […] 46. If that weren’t enough, Facebook drives 23% of all traffic ACROSS THE ENTIRE INTERNET. <<CLICK TO TWEET THIS FACT!>> (source) […]

  214. […] 46. If that weren’t enough, Facebook drives 23% of all traffic ACROSS THE ENTIRE INTERNET. <<CLICK TO TWEET THIS FACT!>> (source) […]

  215. […] 46. If that weren’t enough, Facebook drives 23% of all traffic ACROSS THE ENTIRE INTERNET. <<CLICK TO TWEET THIS FACT!>> (source) […]

  216. […] 46. If that weren’t enough, Facebook drives 23% of all traffic ACROSS THE ENTIRE INTERNET. <<CLICK TO TWEET THIS FACT!>> (source) […]

  217. […] 46. If that weren’t enough, Facebook drives 23% of all traffic ACROSS THE ENTIRE INTERNET. <<CLICK TO TWEET THIS FACT!>> (source) […]

  218. […] 46. If that weren’t enough, Facebook drives 23% of all traffic ACROSS THE ENTIRE INTERNET. <<CLICK TO TWEET THIS FACT!>> (source) […]

  219. […] recently hit 100 million monthly active users. The platform is driving high amounts of traffic and engagement for websites and blogs. The most productive way to reach your goals on Pinterest is […]

  220. […] recently hit 100 million monthly active users. The platform is driving high amounts of traffic and engagement for websites and blogs. The most productive way to reach your goals on Pinterest is […]

  221. […] recently hit 100 million monthly active users. The platform is driving high amounts of traffic and engagement for websites and blogs. The most productive way to reach your goals on Pinterest is […]

  222. […] main (or maybe only) mode of distribution. From small blogs to major online publishers, Facebook drives 22.36% of overall traffic to websites, including both paid and organic referrals. That’s almost a […]

  223. […] The facts are in and they speak volumes. With an estimated 70 million users, Pinterest has firmly secured its position as the 2nd largest referrer of social traffic. […]

  224. […] It’s an incredibly important weapon in the digital marketing arsenal and has proven to be the best social network to drive traffic to a […]

  225. […] e di YouTube, entrambi inseriti nella grande famiglia di Mountain View. E anche sui referral Shareaholic conferma come i numeri diano ragione sempre più a quelli di Menlo Park. Senza dubbi o […]

  226. […] the way Pinterest becomes undoubtedly a strong source of referral traffic. Moreover, according to Shareaholic’s Q3 2014 Social Media Traffic Report Pinterest is a steadily evolving social network that accounts for 3 times more traffic than […]

  227. […] personal brand on Pinterest, you can help drive traffic to your professional website. Pinterest drives more traffic than LinkedIn, YouTube, and Google+ combined, so Pinning your own content to build your personal […]

  228. […] your business be on Facebook? Looking at a new report by Shareaholic, which analysed the traffic of more than 200,000 website, the answer is yes. According to the […]

  229. […] Shareaholic report has shown that Facebook still reigns as king of social media. With an outstanding 22.3% of overall traffic to sites coming from Facebook, it is one of the best places for publishers to promote their content. (Facebook vs Pinterest vs Twitter: What Should Publishers Use?) […]

  230. […] plus overtook LinkedIn in 2014 in terms of referral traffic. It recently revamped itself to give competition to Pinterest. Google […]

  231. […] plus overtook LinkedIn in 2014 in terms of referral traffic. It recentlyrevamped itself to give competition to Pinterest. Google […]

  232. […] accounts for approximately 23% of all traffic across the entire Internet (source), and about 21% of all social media referral traffic. […]

  233. […] plus overtook LinkedIn in 2014 in terms of referral traffic. It recently revamped itself to give competition to Pinterest. Google […]

  234. […] difícil argumentar que su mercado objetivo es no en Facebook. Si no está convencido, sin embargo, un informe de Shareaholic muestra que a partir de octubre de 2014, Facebook condujo casi el 25% de todo el tráfico web . […]

  235. […] Pinterest drives greater traffic to websites than LinkedIn, G+, Reddit and YouTube […]

  236. […] tends to drive more site traffic than any other social […]

  237. […] popular as the other big networks like Instagram or Twitter. In some cases, Pinterest can bring you three times more traffic than Twitter, YouTube, StumbleUpon, Reddit, LinkedIn, and Google Plus […]

  238. […] age group people. It is the best platform to start your campaign to generate traffic. One of the social trends shared by Shareaholic, Facebook generates 4x times extra traffic from any other social network. By reading this article, […]

  239. […] Report: Facebook Drives 4x More Traffic Than Pinterest – Pingback: Facebook Drives Four Times More Traffic Than Pinterest in Q3 – SiteProNews() Pingback: Facebook Is Still A Runaway Winner In Social Referral Traffic … […]

  240. […] Facebook users ever do is post pictures of their children or wedding, think again. A report from Shareaholic says that Facebook drives up to 25% of all traffic to […]

  241. Sahil Goyal (Sam) says:

    My personal opinion is everything would be shareable if the content is original and interesting

  242. […] plus overtook LinkedIn in 2014 in terms of referral traffic. It recently revamped itself to give competition to Pinterest. […]

  243. Zīmogu fabrika says:

    Very good post.

  244. […] to a study from Shareaholic, Pinterest drives more traffic than Google+, LinkedIn, and YouTube combined, ranked second only to […]

  245. […] 46. If that weren’t enough, Facebook drives 23% of all traffic ACROSS THE ENTIRE INTERNET. <<CLICK TO TWEET THIS FACT!>> (source) […]

  246. […] it’s significant to engage in Facebook marketing to utilize its extensive traffic generation. A social media traffic report from Shareaholic shows that Facebook delivered more traffic than other social media sites in […]

  247. […] is the second highest referrer of social media traffic right after Facebook. If you follow the above two steps and […]

  248. […] is the second highest referrer of social media traffic right after Facebook. If you follow the above two steps and […]

  249. […] is the second highest referrer of social media traffic right after Facebook. If you follow the above two steps and […]

  250. […] in March 2014 – second only to Facebook. What’s even crazier is that Pinterest brought three times the traffic of Google Plus, YouTube, Twitter, StumbleUpon, LinkedIn, and Reddit […]

  251. […] digital scrapbook is only turning five years old and is already second — behind Facebook — in providing social referrals to websites. But those shoppers referred from Pinterest spend twice as much as those coming from Facebook. […]

  252. […] Pinterest was the second largest referrer of traffic to sites in Q3 of 2014. It makes no sense to ignore this widely used social network which has over […]

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