This installment of our Search Tips of the Week is here to highlight the finest, freshly released resources in the world of search. Let’s delve into Rand Fishkin’s predictions for 2013, 15 other SEO experts’ tips for this new year, how to find the right SEO agency, what an effective mobile local SEO strategy should include, and how social media is changing the value we get out of participating in tradeshows.
10 Predictions for Inbound Marketing in 2013 – Rand Fishkin asserts that in 2013 the relentless pace of innovation, change, and opportunity have little chance of slowing down, and that’s a wonderful thing for all us in the marketing world.
15 experts on SEO tips for 2013 – Geir Ellefsen asked 15 trusted experts in the SEO community about the changes we saw last year and what we can expect in 2013. This is a must read for anyone working with SEO.
How To Find The Right SEO Company Or Consultant For The Job – Moosa Hemani enlists the help of three SEOs to give their take on navigating through the wide range of SEO agencies and to help you find the right person for the job.
Keys to an Effective Mobile Local Search Strategy – Jay Taylor points out that approximately 40 percent of all mobile searches on Google have local intent, and that number is only growing. In the mobile age, consumers are relying on their mobile devices to search for local products and services, which presents a major opportunity for local businesses. Local businesses must have an effective mobile search strategy in place in order to take advantage of this opportunity.
5 Ways Social Media is Changing the Way We Interact at Trade Shows – Timothy Carter talks about how the ease and availability of social media has changed the way people interact with each other. Businesses should realize that they can use social media to improve the impact that they have at trade shows.
How can I make the pages on my site unique? (Matt Cutts, head of Google’s webspam team)
“Websites don’t link to other websites. People point to other people’s work.” (Lyndon Antcliff)