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Seounday Roundup 4-1-12

admin, April 1, 2012


Good Sunday to you, readers.   Let's get down to what happened online.


WebiMax executives continue to spread awareness on the Internet.  Did you notice the following contributions?

Todd Bailey – Google Ducked Ad Spending But the Future May Go Differently from Search Engine Journal

Ken Wisnefski – Demanding Facebook Passwords Hurts Job Candidates and Employers – Washington Post

Mega Millions Raise Tough Questions for Job Seekers

Ryan Buddenhagen continues to dish out international search engine optimization excellence in his posts.  Here are some from this past week:

Fragmentation of Social Media Behavior Continues in International Markets

Google Recent Makes Local Search More Convenient for Signed-in Users

Anthony Pensabene continues to write on content, branding, and about himself in third person.  Here are some posts from last week:

Branding Considerations at the SEO Point Break

How to Mis-tweet Your Brand's Tweeps

Jason Wersits continues to keep his eyes on the evolution of search and social media engagement.  Here are a couple tidbits from him:

Yahoo to Incorporate Site-Wide Functionality by Early Summer

New Google Study Further Examines PPC Versus Organic Links

Bruch Rymshaw continues to educate beginners with his SEO 101 posts.  Here are a couple of his newest insights:

Twitter 101

Link Evaluation


Around the Web
Negative SEO – PointBlankSEO

Acquisition Marketing – Joanna Lord

Local Search – Neil Patel

Over Optimization Penalty – Marketing Land

SERP Tracker Rank editing – Raven Tools

Internal Communication – ContentMuse

Productivity – Outspoken Media

Philly SEO – Nick Eubanks

SEO Bday – Alessio Madeyski

Google Social Search Patent – Bill Slawski

Real-life Linkbuilding – Tad Chef

Author Rank – AJ Kohn

On-Page SEO – Joanna Lord

Need an Expert Contributor?

Ken Wisnefski is a seasoned web entrepreneur and a frequent contributor to news outlets and business publications. Ken’s vast knowledge of how to make online businesses succeed has made him a sought after consultant from businesses wishing to improve their online initiatives. Contact pr@webimax.com to collaborate!


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