SEO Content Marketing Roundup, Week Ending September 28th, 2011

Welcome to this week’s latest and greatest web-writing news, jet-lag edition! Abbreviated yet full of great links from content and social media marketing, search and SEO. Without further ado, here ‘tis….

Content Marketing

Top Rank posts three internet marketing trends that you don’t want to miss.

Content Marketing Institute posts the content strategy that made Justin Bieber a star.

Copyblogger posts what best-selling fiction can teach you about writing better landing pages.

Vertical Measures posts getting out of your own way in writing effective landing pages that convert.

iMedia Connection posts the most cost-effective and undervalued marketing campaign element.

Neuromarketing reviews Brandwashed, the new book by Martin Lindstrom (author of Buyology).

Marketing Sherpa posts its research chart of the week, on the top barriers to overcoming B2B marketing challenges.

SEO & Search

Search Engine Watch posts eight durable SEO elements that hold true throughout all the algorithmic changes.

Top Rank posts five alternative keyword research tools for mobile, news, social, image and video options.

SEOmoz posts seven especially useful Google advanced segmenting features.

State of Search posts an infographic of the evolution of making page one.

Social Media Marketing

Search Engine Watch, citing Paul Allen, reports that Google+ now may have 43 million users.

Social Media Examiner posts the five recent Facebook changes and what you need to know.

Search Engine Land also discusses Facebook’s new features, as well as why its new “timeline” might be bad news for brands.

HubSpot posts five tips for managing LinkedIn groups.

Jeff Bullas posts the one terrific reason to join Twitter.

HubSpot posts new data showing that longer tweets generate more clicks on Twitter.

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