12 Sep '17, 11am

Google Gary Illyes: Why Do You Publish On Medium Over Your Own Site?

Google Gary Illyes: Why Do You Publish On Medium Over Your Own Site?

Medium is a pretty popular online publishing platform where you can write and publish on the Medium domain and property. But when you publish there, you don't get the traffic to your own web site or get any direct benefit in terms of links and offsite signals to your site - Medium gets all of that. Of course, Medium has a large large network and you may be able to get more eyeballs on your story if you publish there over publishing on your small blog.

Full article: https://www.seroundtable.com/google-medium-24445.html

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