Good Eggs: Wordtracker's weekly SEO round-up, 17 July 2013

Posted by Julie McNamee on 16 Jul, 2013
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Discover the best SEO-related articles from the week ending 17 July 2013.

This week's SEO-related articles round-up includes the latest SEO ranking factors, Matt Cutts on link building, the good and bad of landing page optimization and word of mouth marketing.

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Proof if proof were needed that if you're not producing great content that gets shared on Google+ and Facebook, and gets linked to, you should be: SEO Ranking Factors – Rank Correlation 2013 for Google USA via @Searchmetrics

Do you know your informational keyword intent from your navigational? If not, read Advanced SEO For Ecommerce: Maximizing Keyword Spread by @nick_eubanks

Matt Cutts answers Eric Enge's questions on link building. A must-read if you're involved in link building in any way: Link Building Is Not Illegal (or Inherently Bad) with Matt Cutts via @stonetemple

A great way of discovering exactly what's good and bad about a landing page is by having an expert critique a real page or two. @ericsestimate does this in: 17 Landing Page Examples Get a Good Old Fashioned Roasting via @unbounce

Everything you every wanted to know about WOMM (well, some of it - it's a big subject): Small Business Guide to Word of Mouth Marketing via @targetlocalteam

Have a really good look at the content on your site. Does it measure up? Use this blog post and spreadsheet to help find out: How to Perform a Content Audit by @KristinaKledzik via @distilled

PageRank Is So Very 2012 and Trust Flow is so very 2013. Natalie Halami explains on @sejournal

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