Good Eggs: Wordtracker's weekly SEO round-up, 24 July 2013

Posted by Julie McNamee on 23 Jul, 2013
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Discover the best SEO-related articles from the week ending 24 July 2013.

Content marketing ideas, Googlemail's new Primary, Social and Promotions tabs and SEO and the long tail feature in this week's SEO articles round-up.

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There are more content ideas than you can shake a stick at in 50 Great Content Ideas + Examples – part 1 by Rachel McCombie on seoptimise

@CraigAddyman explains how simple it is for hackers to get your personal data, and offers advice on how to protect it online Hacking Google for Fun and Profit via @DaveNaylor

The time is long gone when all webmasters needed to worry about was SEO'ing their site. What should be uppermost in all our minds is providing a great user experience. @ericenge discusses in Long Tail Content for SEO - 2013 & Beyond via @sengineland

@clinegroup outlines best practice for international SEO A Technical Guide for a Global SEO Strategy

Facebook might be huge but when it comes sharing product images, but Pinterest is bigger: Pinterest Bests Facebook on Ecommerce Content Sharing Study by @mattkapko via @sewatch

You may have seen the new tabs in Googlemail. @mailchimp have produced some early results on how they affect open rates: How Gmail’s New Inbox Is Affecting Open Rates

@ProBlogger is a great source of writing and blogging tips. These are no exception: 5 Tips To Writing Irresistibly Clickable Blog Titles

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