Good Eggs: Wordtracker's weekly SEO round-up (Week ending March 28, 2013)

Posted by Julie McNamee on 27 Mar, 2013
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This week's look at our favorite SEO-related articles delves into the world of social media, science fiction and Coca Cola. From Wordtracker, the leading Keywords tool.

This week's SEO-related articles looks at changes to Google and LinkedIn search and Facebook; Nexialists (?); and tips on being an efficient SEO (and more).

Good egg

Does Coca-Cola believe that social media drives sales or do they not? Coke's Senior Vice President of Integrated Marketing Communications comments: Coca-Cola Clarifies: Social Media is Crucial & Drives In-Store Sales

An article by Eric Enge for company founders as well SEOs: SEO Opportunities Begin Well Before New Website Development

Now's the time for businesses to tidy up their Facebook pages. Here's what to do (by @RavenCourtney 20 Ways Brands Can Prepare for Facebook Changes

Friend of Wordtracker Ken McGaffin writes about non-SEO link building tactics in What on Earth is a Nexialist and Why Are They So Good at Link Building?

Adam Morgan takes us through LinkedIn's new search options in LinkedIn Search Just Got a Facelift @smorgs13

A searcher used to be able to block sites in Google's search results. Alas, no longer. Barry Schwartz reports Google Discontinues Blocked Sites After Months Of It Not Working

Rich Kirk presents some very useful ideas on how to be an organized SEO in 14 Tips on How to Become a More Efficient SEO Professional

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