Good Eggs: Wordtracker's weekly SEO round-up, 20 June 2013

Posted by Julie McNamee on 20 Jun, 2013
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Facebook hashtags, preventing bad microcopy and off-page SEO. All these articles and more in this week's round-up

Facebook hashtags, preventing bad microcopy and creative ways to use FourSquare feature in this week's SEO-related articles round-up.

Hashtags are popping up everywhere: Google+, Vine and now Facebook: Here’s Why Facebook Wants to Edge In on Twitter’s Hashtags by @MikeIsaac

Links and social media are just a part of off-page SEO. Here's a detailed look at important it is in ranking for search engines at the moment Off-Page SEO in 2013 and beyond by @jasonacidre

Social networking site FourSquare can be a boon to local business marketing if you know what to do with it Here are 3 Smart and Creative Ways to Use Foursquare for Marketing by @rickmulready

@writebeard reminds us about all those little bits of text on forms and the like that can be improved on Five Ways to Prevent Bad Microcopy

There's nothing quite as informative as learning about how a real company does things. Read How Econsultancy uses Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+ by @lexx2099

In Clever Uses for Facebook Graph Search @halophoenix gives some tips on how local business can use the soon to be released to everyone (we think) Facebook feature.

The biggest web companies have been falling over themselves to prove how honest and open they are in the wake of Prism revelations. Read what Time has to say about it in NSA Scandal: Tech Titans Jockey to Be the Most Transparent of All by @samgustin

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