• http://twitter.com/streko Michael Streko

    http://knowem.com  ;-) just say’n 

  • http://www.facebook.com/studraper Stuart Draper

    BrandYourself.com has something pretty cool to offer for this type of thing.

  • http://www.facebook.com/studraper Stuart Draper

    LOL. Should have paid closer attention to the last part of the infographic.  Ha. Embarrassing.

  • http://www.eyewebmaster.com Rosendo A. Cuyasen

     Infographics is now an easy tool for users to see exactly the point of that particular post or article. There’s a lot of usage but I think I’ve pointed one of them.

    Thank you for the information.

  • http://twitter.com/pagebreaker_de pagebreaker

    Thanks for the good information. It’s a point that many user miss.

  • Brain Technosys SEO Team

    i tried all these trends to down a negative point that is related to name  but all fails
    http://www.braintechnosys.com

  • Renuka Mehta

    Very true I too think that this is a great post.

  • http://www.linkedin.com/in/sanket Sanket Patel

    This is very true that social media is best way to rank with our name in Google. If we actively participate in every social media sites then our social presence will increase and now Google gives higher priority to social presences for ranking.

  • http://twitter.com/dinomaiolo David Dino Maiolo

    Is this a sales pitch for Brandyourself?

  • Henry Phillips

    Users in the UK who are not celebrities and SEOs are likely to see the top spots occupied by Facebook, LinkedIn and 192.com. Of course, I’m mentioning it because I work for 192.com, but we track this stuff pretty closely.

  • http://www.authoritybuzz.com/ Authority Buzz

    What works for me for my name is LinkedIn first and then Twitter. I just set up my Google+ page for authorship so I’m sure that will take over soon.

  • Colan Nielsen

    LinkedIn first for me, G+ profile was 2nd…

  • http://www.maxminzer.com/ Max Minzer

    “If that’s the case, how come Google+ doesn’t rank higher, on average.” – this was never the case. Google was never biased about it and Google+ never ranked higher than Twitter, LinkedIn, or Facebook in huge majority of cases. I don’t know who came up with that lie.

  • http://twitter.com/SATOsense Rachel Sato-Banks

    What about Pinterest. Where does that rank??