by Neil Curtis on March 31, 2014
SEO – Setting reasonable expectations and the value of Google Plus
Surviving the SEO “Slog” – Whiteboard Friday – on MOZ
This post is actually from Friday last week, but makes it on to today’s Posts of the Day (because there is not one on Fridays). This is a MOZ video by Rand Fishkin, and is a regular feature on Fridays, hence its name Whiteboard Friday, with this weeks video all about the mechanics of SEO. Basically the video discusses the relationship between SEO efforts and direct results in Google search, and how expectations can exceed reality. It’s an interesting watch and it is only about 8 minutes long, so I recommend you head over and have a look (or read because there is a transcript too).
Direct link to this article: http://moz.com/blog/surviving-the-seo-slog-whiteboard-friday
How Will Google Plus Improve Your SEO? Here are 10 Ways – by Reload Design Agency
Google Plus has been around for a while now but a lot of people still don’t really use it, or if they do they are not sure how to best use it. A new post by Paul Leck Davidson on the Reload Design Agency website tells us why it is a good idea to use Google Plus.
The article mentions 10 reasons why you should be using Google Plus, with most related to how Google Plus is linked to normal Google search results as well as content authority. If you are new to Google Plus and want some pointers about its value for your website and business then have a read of this article.
Direct link to this article: http://www.reloaddesign.net/how-will-google-plus-improve-your-seo-here-are-10-ways/
Today’s Posts of the Day (31st March 2014) are both linked to search engine optimisation (SEO), with the first being linked to how people’s expectations of the impact of SEO can by way too high, and the second discusses the potential impact of a Google Plus account for your website and business.
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