Good Eggs: Wordtracker's weekly SEO round-up, 8 August 2013

Posted by Julie McNamee on 6 Aug, 2013
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Need to train your company's link builder? Need to know which new, cool tools can help you get your content shared? Read this week's SEO articles round-up.

This week's SEO round-up features articles on social media tools for find and sharing content, real conversation rate optimization case studies and Facebook updates that might just help get your posts seen.

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I'll bet you won't have heard of all of these tools for finding and sharing fantastic content. The Complete Guide for Finding and Sharing Better Content on Social Media by @BelleBethCooper

One of the time-consuming parts of writing a blog post is coming up with the subject in the first place. This will help: How to Generate a Year’s Worth of Blog Post Ideas by @jaysondemers

This round-up of recent CRO tests should be enough to convince that they're worth trying out. 10 Great Conversion Rate Optimisation Case Studies by @Koozai_Dean

Beware: Google have declared they don't approve of optimized links on your guest posts for other websites. @simmonet reports. Google Changes Link Guidelines

Very useful link building information for newbies to link building as well as those practiced in the dark art: How to Train a Link Builder From Scratch by @JulieJoyce

There's more chance of your Facebook posts being seen with one of their new updates "Story bumping". Read more about it at: Facebook Announces ‘Story Bumping,’ And Other Small Changes To News Feed

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