SEO copywriting roundup: Hottest posts week of Dec. 17, 2013

Relax with SEO copywriting blog posts

Unfortunately, we can’t all be this guy, but we can relax for a moment to read these SEO copywriting blog posts. That’s just as good, right?

It’s time for the 2013 wrap-ups and 2014 projections! I’ve got plenty of ’em from experts around the Web on SEO, copywriting and content marketing.

The other theme I’ve noticed this week includes lead generation and increasing conversions.

It’s all good stuff, so kick back, grab your favorite beverage, and take a much-needed break from work and holiday hoopla to read and learn my friends!

Jason Acidre writes Simplify Your Inbound Marketing Process: Focus on Content Assets for the Moz blog.

Paul Roetzer shares Mapping the Next Frontier in Brand Storytelling, and Joe Pulizzi shares 50 Content Marketing Predictions for 2014 on Content Marketing Institute.

Kristi Hines tells us How to Map Out Your Content Placement on Search Engine People.

David Moth gives us 14 places to look for blogging inspiration when writer’s block strikes on Econsultancy.

Andrew Dymski tells us How to Turn 1,200 Words Into 4 Months’ Worth of Lead Generation Content and Meghan Keaney Anderson writes 7 Common (and Dangerous) Misconceptions About SEO on the HubSpot blog.

Debora Hanamura shares How to build a robust content program on iMedia Connection.

Melissa Fach writes Content Marketing, Are You Remembered with Fondness? on CopyPress.

Amy Harrison gives us 3 Ways the Magic of Dr. Seuss Can Help You Create Unforgettable Copy on Copyblogger.

Matt Southern posts Matt Cutts Answers Whether Guest Blogging Will Be Considered Spam In The Future, and Navneet Kaushal writes The New Rules of Competitive Research on Search Engine Journal.

Oli Gardner writes Real Life Conversion Lessons: Features vs. Benefits on unbounce.

Jennifer Horowitz tells us some WordPress Tweaks To Improve SEO on Level 343.

Akshay Nanavati writes 15 Psychological Triggers to Convert Leads into Customers, and Pratik Dholakiya says Want Conversions? Start with User-Friendly, Useful Landing Pages on KISSmetrics.

Mark Smiciklas gives us the ULTIMATE GUIDE TO BLOG COMMENTS [INFOGRAPHIC] on Social Media Explorer.

Toby Murdock writes Content at the Center of Marketing on kapost.

Michelle Hill posts Content marketing the Google Hummingbird way on Econsultancy.

Barry Schwartz writes Google Webmaster Tools Upgrades Structure Data Markup Errors Report on Search Engine Land.

Mark Schaefer shares 10 Maxims of Successful Blogging: Infographic Edition on {grow}.

Vin Montello writes SEO: The Serial Sales Killer on isoosi.

Amanda DiSilvestro tells us The 12 Remarkable Google Changes of 2013 on Search Engine People.

Heather Lloyd-Martin gives a 2013 recap for SEO copywriters: What’s cool, what sucked on SEO Copywriting.

Michael Stelzner writes Blog Growth: How to Build a Mega-Following on Social Media Examiner.

Ted Prince writes The Evolution of Measurement: From Clicks to Conversion for AdvertisingAge.

Webbiquity shares 12 (of the) Best Content Marketing Infographics of 2013.

Amy Teeple writes Be SMART and scrap the resolutions on SEO Copywriting.

Chadrack Irobogo asks Where Is Content Marketing Headed in 2014? [INFOGRAPHIC], and Barry Feldman writes HEADLINES: A 9-Letter Cheat Sheet for Writing a Winner Every Time for Social Media Today.

John Souza posts Best 10 SEO Tips From 2013: Tweetables #SEO and 10 Razor-Sharp Blogging For Business Tips in 2014 #Blogging on Social Media Impact.

Jillan Mullin writes 4 Things You Should Know About Web Readers on The Web Writer Spotlight.

Eric Enge gives us From Old School to New School: SEO in Transition on Search Engine Watch.

John Tackett shares Content Marketing: Finding the Goldilocks zone in your blogging on MarketingSherpa Blog.

Lee Odden gives us 11 Must Read eBooks to Get Content Marketing Smart for 2014 on TopRank.

Haukur Jarl writes Performance Tracking with Google Analytics on State of Digital.

Karon Thackston posts 3 Landing Page Mistakes Guaranteed to Kill Your Conversion Rate on SEO Copywriting.

Anton Koekemoer gives us 5 questions to help you use your digital footprint to reach your target audience on memeburn.

OK peeps, I’m off for a couple weeks, so enjoy your holidays, and I’ll catch ya on the flip side! :)

Photo thanks to Sam Howzit (Relaxing)

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