Internet Marketing Link Roundup [9/27/13]

On the day of September 27th, 2013, Vizion Interactive’s staff brings to you great Internet marketing links you may have missed this week:

Google’s Keyword Data Apocalypse: The Experts’ View

“There’s been a lot of talk on (not provided) and Google going to 100% secured searches. Here’s another good piece on what happened and other tips on how to deal with it and other areas in analytics to look at. Go read it!”


The Most Actionable SEO Tips Ever

“This is a great example of using crowdsourcing to create great content. Plus there’s FANTASTIC tips in here if you give it the time to read through it all.”
Why Big Content is Worth the Risk

Dr. Pete Meyers did a clearly ‘gets it’ when it comes to content marketing. His post on ‘big content’ is definitely worth reading how to create comprehensive content.”


Facebook Lets You Edit Posts

“You can now edit your Facebook posts, after publishing!  Before the only way to edit was to delete and start over, which also meant losing any likes, comments and shares.  But now you can do a simple edit via the Web, Android and soon iOS, without losing anything. Perfect!”

6 Creative Ways to Use Embedded Facebook Posts

“Simple, clear directions on how to embed Facebook posts into your blog posts, Webpages, etc. to get more people to see them!  You can also embed positive comments to help with social proof, to support your message, quote directly, increase engagement and much more.”


The Web Developer’s SEO Cheat Sheet 2.0

“This is a nice cheat sheet for developers to have when building out new sites, pages or redirecting old outdated pages to fresh new content.  A must have in any developer’s arsenal.”

Matt Cutts on rel=”nofollow” Links for Widgets

“Above is a video of Matt Cutts answering the question: Should I add rel=”nofollow” to links that are included with my widget/infographic?  His answer is very interesting as many people use widgets and infographics to garner backlinks.”

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