SEO copywriting roundup: Hottest posts week of Dec. 3, 2013

This cat is me over Thanksgiving - hence the short SEO copywriting post.

This is me over the Thanksgiving holiday – hence the shorter-than-normal SEO copywriting roundup.

Sooo … because of the holiday, we have a short roundup. Basically, nobody did any work, and they all just sat around eating – some of us drinking – a lot. OK, it’s possible that I just didn’t do any work, and sat around eating and drinking. Anywho (apologies to those of you who prefer “anyhoo”) …

Here are the stellar stars of this week’s roundup, who deserve extra adoration for their productivity!

Janet Driscoll Miller writes The Brave New World of SEO: Beyond Websites for Search Engine Land.

Nate Riggs gives us 3 Ways To Use Google Media Tools for Content Marketing on Content Marketing Institute.

Sonia Simone says Content is a Verb: A Challenge for Freelance Writers over on Copyblogger.

Alex Friedman writes 3 trends in media consumption you need to know for iMedia Connection.

Dan Kern shares Your 7 Step SEO-Based Content Marketing Plan on kapost.

Erin Robbins tells us The Real Future of Social is Search on Search Engine Journal.

Barry Schwartz posts Mark Traphagen Creates Virante AuthorRank on Search Engine Roundtable.

Webbiquity gives us 28 (of the) Best SEO Guides, Resources and Infographics of 2013.

Joe Fylan tells us how to Improve the Way You Work with Images in WordPress on WPKube.

Lee Odden goes Beyond Content Marketing Basics: Optimize & Socialize Your Digital Marketing for 2014 for TopRank.

Martin Macdonald writes How to Build Your Own Mass Keyword Difficulty Tool for Moz.

Meanwhile … also at Moz, Steve Morgan shares Panic Stations! A Case Study on How to Handle an Important Page Disappearing from Google. (Yes, I really did link that whole title.)

Six Pixels of Separation gives us The Art Of Writing Well With Roy Peter Clark.

Eric Enge writes C’Mon Google, Women are Entities Whose Names Might Change! on Stone Temple Consulting.

Geoff Hoesch shares Trust Signals Search Engines Crave: Reliability, Credibility, And Honesty on Search Engine People.

Amy Teeple shares the limited-time post Read this post while you still can! on the fabulous SEO Copywriting blog.

Bill Slawski tells us How Google Attempts to Understand What a Query or Page is About Based Upon Word Relationships, also on SEO Copywriting.

Photo thanks to Jody McIntyre (Lazy)

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4 replies
  1. Tracy Mallette says:

    Steve, and miss out on the excellent comic effect? And the opportunity to make fun of your article? haha, j/k :) Wait a minute – why didn’t I make fun of Bill Slawski’s title, too? They’re both epic. I was going to say yours isn’t the only long title and ask if you saw Bill’s – then realized that one’s in the same roundup. I’m glad you found my roundup and snarky comment. Sometimes I throw them in there, but have never had someone mention it. My efforts have paid off!

    Thanks for the really helpful post! I’m sure our readers appreciated it. There are a lot of jack-of-all-trades, do-it-yourself marketers out there who would see this disappearing-page post as a lifesaver.


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