Good Eggs: Wordtracker's weekly SEO round-up (Week ending May 9, 2013)

Posted by Julie McNamee on 8 May, 2013
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This week's SEO round-up includes future SEO, a content-marketing case study and more. From the Wordtracker, the leading keyword research tool.

Is what we know about the web really true? What are the SEO strategies that will stay with us for the foreseeable future? And more, in this week's round-up of SEO-related articles.

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In How Much Has the Web Really Changed @vasilis wonders if everything we think we know about the web is actually true.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO), using Google Plus by Martin Shervington covers just about everything in relation to Google+ and authorship on Google.

SEO has taken a bit of a bashing in recent years. But Peter Meinertzhagan thinks we can't abandon it just yet in Why SEO still has a place in a content driven world

5 SEO Strategies We Swear Aren’t Going Anywhere, George Freitag @number1george looks into the future of SEO to see what will still be there.

As we all know, search engine optimization can be a time-consuming job. Chris Sparks explains why. Why Does SEO Take So Long?

Erin Everhart advocates looking at internal linking in a different way in The Hitchhiker's Guide to Internal Linking Strategy

And lastly, a real-life story of how content marketing really can be successful, by @bethjhayden Case Study: How Content Marketing Saved this Brick-and-Mortar Business

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