Good Eggs: Wordtracker's weekly SEO round-up (Week ending June 13, 2013)

Posted by Julie McNamee on 11 Jun, 2013
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Majestic SEO's Site Explorer going free, BrightonSEO videos and the reasons behind the PRISM program in this week's SEO-related articles

This weeks SEO news articles round-up features Majestic SEO's latest announcement, BrightonSEO videos and the updated SEO periodic table.

Good news: Majestic SEO have just announced that their Site Explorer tool is now free for verified domains: Site Explorer goes Free for Verified Domains @MajesticSeo

Why hitting the publish button isn't enough to get your golden content shared and a very nice picture of Ryan Gosling: Content Marketing Fairy Dust @buzzstream

An in-depth look at some SEO queries (including Google algorithms, private blog networks and social signals) Answers to Questions About Search Engine Optimization @seo_theory

If you didn't manage to get to BrightonSEO, @kelvinnewman has very kindly posted them online. Here they are: Videos

Interested in content curation? Here's a list of free tools to help with that: Time-Saving (& Free!) Curation Tools For The Modern Multitasking Content Marketer from @aimclearblog

Here's some very useful information you need before you start putting your e-book together How I Turned a 40,000 Word Guide into 361,494 Visitors and 8421 Email Opt-ins @quicksprout

@sengineland have revised their really useful Periodic Table: Now Updated: The Periodic Table Of SEO Success Factors

Last but certainly not an interesting take on the reasons behind the PRISM program ;o) Obama Admits “(Not Provided)” Drove Decision To Use PRISM Program @localseoguide

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