Some real goodies this week from our search for the best around the Web!
See what Google are really doing (!!) in this in-depth interview with an ex-member of the elite search quality team, the current state of SEO from those who know and where to from here… how to rid your e-commerce website of those errors that hinder your ranking, a humorous, refreshing post on evil link building methods, a look at the views of 35 powerhouse social media personalities on how to be influential on Facebook, a great post on how epic content or long-form posts in content marketing get big rewards and much, much more – plenty here for your week’s reading to keep you up to date.
A little bucolic scene this week – visiting family enjoying feeding the alpacas
SEO / Search Engine Optimisation
Some of the biggest names in SEO share on Hubspot their insights and opinions on what is the current state of search engine optimisation as well as giving advice on the best approaches to take. Insights from Rand Fishkin, Darmesh Shah, Stephanie Chang and Greg Shuey.
And here is one just for fun. Peter Attia has put together a follow-up of 9 nasty ways to build links (and recommends you don’t do any of them). Good to see someone having a bit of a laugh when so much SEO commentary is dead serious.
Social Media / Content Marketing
Mark Schaefer has collected the views of 35 powerhouse social media personalities and asked them “What do you think it takes to become powerful on Facebook?”. There are a ton of insights here from some of our favourite bloggers and social media personalities.
That’s us for another week! Thanks for visiting and reading the Weekend Wrap!
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Til next time…
Midge Hand – has written 32 posts on this site.
Midge is a co-founder of High Profile Enterprises and loves social media management and building powerful online brands for businesses of all sizes. Midge has a penchant for keyword research, especially uncovering those hard to find gold nuggets! When Midge is offline, you will find her experimenting with new recipes, in the garden, or watching a great film while relaxing with a good French red! Follow Midge On Twitter Here