Good morning or afternoon (depending on SEO hemisphere). A lot of good posts and discussion took place recently. Let’s tear into last week’s can of online marketing posts. You know you can’t read just one.
VP and partner,
Kevin O’Brien, and VP of Digital Technology, Todd Bailey, were recently celebrated by Smart CEO magazine! Read the full release here.
Ken Wisnefski often adds to business stories and writes from a number of online platforms including the Washington Post.
Our regular bloggers are at it on a daily-weekly basis, providing beginner insight on a number of SEO topics.
Ryan gives great insight, often from an
international search engine optimization perspective. Ryan penned an insightful, three-part piece last week, addressing the changing landscape of search (and associated technology and implementations) and how a business can prepare
Jason writes from our
SEOservices community on a range of online topics. He enjoys discussing SMO topics and platforms and tech trends.
comScore Smartphone report
Pinterest and Pinwheel
Content Muse enjoys writing about content, branding, and reputation management, as well as about himself in third person.
Beginner SEO patience
Don’t play branding games
Copywriting for beginners
Now, let’s branch out; we’re all in a larger community.
Neil Patel of
KISSmetrics wrote about writing a killer blog post without shooting it in the foot.
Eric Enge from
Stone Temple Consulting gave advice on how to approach and implement ‘influencer’ marketing.
Dr. Pete of
User Effect gave practical and fatherly advice to new SEOs, from a seasoned-vet perspective (a must read for any new entrepreneurs in the field).
John Doherty of Distilld wrote a couple pieces this week to help new online marketers, one from a
Startup SEO perspective and another from that of an evolving blogger.
Danny Sullivan of
Search Engine Land weighed in on Pew report stats regarding online privacy.
Joe Hall from
22 Media wrote about wrestling with alligator-like SEO clients.
Melissa Fach of
SEO Aware wrote on whether SEO posts were doing more harm than good.
Michael Gray of
Atlas Web Service gave good perspective on leveraging the Facebook brand-page timeline.
Of course, there was tons of great content not listed above. What would you like to bring to the community’s attention? Please contribute – enjoy the rest of your day.