Study: About 24% of the 10,000 most visited sites integrates Facebook
According to a study by Pigdom, the 10 000 most relevant websites in the world, 24% of these have any formal integration with Facebook on your pages. Number rises to 49.3% if we add the basic links to Facebook, so that the “like” this official social network is at 7.3% of these sites.
Facebook is becoming part of the DNA of the Web, since it is far ahead of its competitors, reports Pingdom. On the other hand, it is important to note that the number of sites that integrate Facebook into their site seems to have remained fairly stable for the last time as a year ago BrightEdge reported that this type of integration was close to 47%.
As for the other sites, the report said that Twitter is only present in 10% of home pages on top of these same sites, where 4.3% of these use the official button provided by the network of 140 characters. While these numbers seem a little daunting, 41% of these have links to Twitter, a figure that is so far 49% of Facebook.
As Google +, Pingdom reports that this network is doing quite well in terms of integration into home pages for the little time it takes effect, where more than 13% of the sites analyzed containing one of these buttons, while 12 , 3% are links to plus.google.com. Moreover, Pingdom makes clear that it is possible that many owners of these sites have integrated Google + to increase its ranking on search engines, so these figures may be somewhat inflated.
Finally this study is LinkedIn, a network that is far away from other competitors, as only 0.6% of these sites are integrated with this website, of which 0.3% using the official button for the network in question. From these figures, only 3.9% of the sites includes basic links.Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Pingdom, Twitter