Monthly blog Roundup | Internet Marketing highlights for July 2010
There were a lot of great articles out there last month. Two weeks ago we shared a post regarding useful SEO blog posts, but we felt like we’re missing on a lot of good content so here’s the Internet Marketing round up for July 2010.
4 ways to use Twitter for link building: find new link building opportunities with social media
Link building strategy phase one: How to save time and build links with little effort
A BlueGlass conference in LA on how to measure and attain links with major industry speakers like Rand Fishkin & Dave Snyder
Great link baiting sites and how they proceed to attract links on a regular basis
Capitalize on the long tail: Keyword research optimization for existing content to leverage the missing long tail opportunities.
How SEOs can destroy the information architecture of a website: Why information architects knows more about the user’s intent.
A 2010 portrait of SEOs: Probably the funniest Seo article so far this year
SEOs the villains and why we hate them
Site Speed for SEO: The correlation between site speed and pages crawled by Google
How Web design and SEOs are merging: Examples of great web designs that help increasing organic traffic opportunities.
Another session from BlueGlass reported on BruceClay’s blog: Learn how to not fail at getting organic traffic from search engines.
A very interesting forum post on Webmasterworld about Quality score VS quality of traffic
How to use Ad sitelinks to maximize conversion rates by getting more control on your CTR and landing pages.
Automated PPC Bid Management? A good overview on what the industry is really offering now
Another great article by Avinash: Which data to analyze to make analytic reports more clear and useful.
How to use Google Analytics to redesign a website: Why our web analytic data is important to make effective marketing decisions.
The mobile search landscape: Why you need to take this field seriously
A video interview featuring the director of engagement strategy for 1000heads: the evolution of Mobile Ecommerce.