Good Eggs: Wordtracker's weekly SEO round-up (Week ending May 2, 2013)

Posted by Julie McNamee on 1 May, 2013
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Changes to Local SEO results in Google, a marketing quiz and tips and PPC tips from Snickers in this week's SEO-related articles round-up.

Changes to Local SEO results in Google, a marketing quiz and tips and PPC tips from Snickers in this week's SEO-related articles.

Good egg

Are you making any of these? Top 13 keyword research mistakes from @michael512

Local SEO has previously enabled small business to be visible on Google. But something's just got in the way: Local SEO just got harder, according to @alremetch

Google, as you'll know, is an ever-changing beast. And here's another design change: Google Kills Instant Previews, Adds New Drop-Down Menu to Search Results

And speaking of Google, here are five commandments straight from the horses' mouth. They're definitely worth bearing in mind: Are You Making These 5 Basic SEO Mistakes?

Here's some sage marketing advice from friend of Wordtracker, @karonthackston, plus a quiz to analyze your marketing DNA Marketing Success or Failure: It’s All in Your DNA

If you don't where to begin with creative content marketing, here are some useful examples on how other companies have made memorable campaigns in Content Marketing: What Do Customers Know That Marketers Often Miss?

And finally, a PPC tip from Snickers you could be using yourself? Snickers Buys Search Ads Against Your Hunger-Induced Misspellings

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