Good Eggs: Wordtracker's weekly SEO round-up (Week ending December 19th, 2012)

Posted by Julie McNamee on 12 Dec, 2012
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Good Eggs: Wordtracker's weekly SEO round-up from Wordtracker, the leading keyword research tool

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Leslie Van Zee's 20 calls to action for PPC campaigns covers just about all the customer types you'll come across online. PPC Optimization or, 20 Ways to Say “CLICK HERE"

David Bain, of http://www.26weekplan.com/ has launched a digital marketing magazine for the iPad. The 90-page December issue looks at analytics. Articles include ‘5 analytics stats you should be tracking’ by John Haydon, and a lengthy look at how to use Google Analytics to improve design and user experience. At the moment the magazine is just available for iPad and iPad mini - you can get the latest edition here: http://26wp.com/dmm

Every year SEO gets more complicated as Google rolls out updates and changes the rules. This is especially frustrating for small business owners who don't have the time or resources to stay up-to-date in, what they believe to be, an esoteric and confusing industry. Here are seven SEO tips to help earn more business through traditional organic search rankings. 7 Small Business SEO Tips

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Bryson Meunier believes that mobile SEO should be treated differently to SEO for desktops and tablets. Others don't. Here are his arguments

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