Good Eggs: Wordtracker's weekly SEO round-up, 3 July 2013

Posted by Julie McNamee on 2 Jul, 2013
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Discover the best SEO-related articles from the week ending 3 July 2013. The end of Google Reader, what's happening to the Google Keywords tool and more.

Google Reader killed off, the Google Keywords tool sunsetting, as well as productivity hacks and conversion optimization case studies feature in this week's SEO article round-up.

Woman saying goodbye

Delving into Google search in Understanding the SERPS in 2013 by Jeremy Rivera

For those responsible for the nuts and bolts SEO on a website: The Definitive Guide to Technical SEO by @vanessafox

The holy grail of blogging is getting people to look at your posts. Here's how @allenkristina did it: How We Increased Organic Blog Traffic by 203.5% in Less Than 3 Months – And You Can Too

Not everyone's aware of potential security issues when posting to Facebook. Check that you've got it covered with: How to Lock Down Facebook Privacy by @amymaeelliott

SEO in 2013 isn't about keyword-stuffing and link farming. Read Break Free of Old SEO by @LeeOdden

Attract more visitors by discovering intent keywords: Why Your Keyword Strategy Is Incomplete Without User Intent by @ProvenRankings

We tend to forget about Bing when we're talking about search. Here's a welcome Bing article: How to Dominate the Entire First Page of Bing

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