Top Ten SEO Tactics

August 30, 2011 — Leave a comment

It’s tough to keep up on the happenings in the world of SEO and online marketing. This digest will do the job for you — SEOmoz sends you the month’s top-ten links that you should check out.

Submit URLs to Google with Fetch as Googlebot
Just completed a site refresh and anxiously awaiting Google to crawl your site? The wait is over–now website crawling is available on demand (almost)!

Multi-Channel Funnels: discover untapped opportunities
Email, social networks, affiliates… see just where your customers are filtering in from. More knowledge for your marketing strategy!

Twitter’s link shortening service is game changing
You’ve seen those Twitter shortening URLs everywhere, and now you can access their metrics. Woah.

Google Algorithm Change History
Dr. Pete puts together a stellar summary of Google’s changes to how it indexes the web.

Understanding Link-Based Spam Analysis Techniques
Justin Briggs has a theory on how links are valued. Learn how to detect spammy links to boost your link-building practices.

Beating Google’s Panda Update
Outsmart this month’s Panda update with some content insight from Cyrus Shepard!

Detecting “Undetectable” Link Networks
Oh yes, you CAN uncover those sneaky link networks that think they can hide. Learn how to catch them in this blog post.

Five Principles to Better Outreach Link Building
Time to switch up how you’re asking for links to improve your effectiveness! (And the Legend of Zelda tie-in is geektastic.)

Misadventures in VC Funding: The $24 Million Moz Almost Raised
We learned quite a bit through our venture capital adventure this year, and Rand lays out the nitty-gritty details for other startups to learn from.

Gamification of basic code education FTW. Learn how to code and earn bragging rights along the way

[Sent from Ralph Paglia’s iPhone]

Ralph Paglia

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