There’s been a lot going on in the SEO world recently, with the steady uptake in Google+, the removal of referring data from Google Analytics for signed in users and the quest to grow the perfect #seostache...
From the many fantastic posts we read, we’ve pulled out the five below which we particularly enjoyed in November and which were extremely pertinent to the issues currently surrounding the web marketing world:
Ecommerce sites can be a difficult one to link build for and Get Elastic gave us a nice run-down of some tactics to use when approaching link building for ecommerce websites, from social sites to ‘do-gooding’.
Google + has been on the tip of most people’s tongues in the digital space over the last few months, with many still undecided about its value. One thing that can’t be argued is the increasing invasion of Google + on the search results pages, something Search Engine Land detailed nicely here.
It’s always great to see some examples of link building approaches that people have been successful with, and SEO Co have a great list here of some high achieving link bait tactics. Our favourite is the window cleaning example
– even the driest topics can produce great content!
Since Google announced that page speed was a factor in rankings, the online world has become ever more conscious of tactics and tools they can use to speed up their site. Six Revisions gave us a great summary of the best free tools out there that you can use to get more insight into this issue.
There’s been outrage from the SEO community following Google’s decision to remove keyword data in Google Analytics for users who are signed in when they search. True to form, SEO Moz provided data on the effect this had and set some expectations on what we were likely to see for the dreaded ‘not provided’ in the future.
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