What does the phrase "social shares and higher search rankings in Google are well-correlated" mean?
It means there's a chance (as expressed by the correlation coefficient number) that this input is used in Google's ranking algorithm.
It means that the more social shares a webpage has, the higher it appears in Google's search results for a given query.
It means that, on average, pages with more social shares appear higher in Google rankings than those with fewer shares. The correlation coefficient expresses the degree with which this occurs.
It means that social shares may or may not be used by Google's algorithm to rank webpages.
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