Frank Reed at Marketing Pilgrim highlighted a recent study on Social Media. To summarize the study, keeping up with the fast pace of Social Media is difficult. Frank’s blog talks about why it is so difficult, how he finds it hard to believe when people say it’s not a challenge, and where to find the information we need to keep up with Social Media and it’s steep growth curve.
Your page content is without a doubt the most important aspect of your website. It not only is the primary component for SEO but it also can drive a visitor to bounce, stay for a while, or convert. Stoney deGeyter at EMP wrote a great post about how to write original content, starting with keyword research.
My office recently had a discussion about creating several series of blog posts that focus on smaller parts of a greater whole. The concept just makes sense and is universal to nearly every aspect of SEO. Everything web is better when it is organized and focused. Greywolf’s blog has a nice article on how to keep your SEO efforts narrowly focused.
Robert is an Account Executive at Hanapin Marketing, a search engine marketing firm focused on generating results through PPC and SEO.