November 30th, 2012
Hello Internet marketing fans! Recovering from the Thanksgiving holiday and scouring the web, I found these tasty tidbits you may have missed over the last few weeks.
Google Releases Panda Update – Be Prepared.
Snoopy Logo from DuckDuckGo – A relatively new search engine that’s getting a lot of buzz lately is DuckDuckGo, and they are paying homage with their doodles. This one to honor Peanuts’ creator Charles Schultz.
Should we Chase the Algorithm? – SEOmoz, as always, provides interesting content; this one delves into the question of whether or not SEOs should be overly concerned with catering to the algorithms of search engines.
Website Redesign: Get Some SEO Consultation Before You Launch – A huge tip of the hat to the generator of this article; I couldn’t agree more. It’s extremely important for web design professionals to consider SEO in their strategy.
Is Google Measuring The Speed at Which we Read Documents? – Interesting point… does the speed at which we read have some impact on the user experience?
Pinterest Launches Business Tools – The long awaited tools on Pinterest for business owners!
Facebook Owns Your Pictures – This is controversial; Facebook formally states that they have all rights to any pictures you upload on their platform.
Using Psychology to Convert Customers – My undergrad degree is in psychology and this article touches upon the importance of understanding psychology to convert traffic to your website.
The New Formula for PPC – An interesting infographic that outlines the new approach for PPC.
Demystifying Quality Score With Brad Geddes – Brad Geddes gives a great lesson on what quality scores mean.
Putting the Strategy Back In Content Strategy – The bold Lisa Barone goes into strategizing your SEO Content.
Hints For Creating Content That Google Loves – Creating Google-friendly content is paramount.
Originally found on Web Pro News, here’s a seemingly drunken man who was bitter over a potential (or former) client using a different agency. I found this pretty entertaining. Make sure you’ve got your audio working.
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