2013 is 25 days away. 25. The countdown is near, and we all look ahead, with hope. All industries are looking at 2012 in retrospect: what changed, what went wrong, what could we do better. These are the fundamentals of a vast range of predictions for 2013 – mere projections of truth, according to what we would like to happen (or to change from the past), rather than relying on reality. And yet, we all love predictions, so much, that we turn them into social media trends. Twitter is now hot with things you’d better not do in 2013. Our first tip? Don’t disturb sleeping Pandas. They are aggressive Google creatures.
#In2013YouBetterNot Do These SEO Blunders
- These original Google tips were as valid in March 2012 as they will be in 2013: see Google’s five common SEO mistakes and how to avoid them.
#In2013YouBetterNot Be an SEO Freak. Have Some Fun, for Pete’s Sake
Now let’s get serious (!)… these are the Twitter SEO and not so much SEO (fun) tips of #In2013YouBetterNot things. Are you ready?
One from a fake Miley Cyrus (nota bene, a fake star is using a Twitter trend… what are you waiting for?)
— miley cyrus (@cheyheartsmiley) December 6, 2012
#In2013YouBetterNot be surprised the world didn’t end in 2012.
— Asher Monroe Book (@AsherMonroe) December 6, 2012
#In2013YouBetterNot listen to Justin Bieber around me, I have a lightsaber.
— Darth Vader (@DepressedDarth) December 6, 2012
#In2013YouBetterNot lie to a kid…cuz they aint scared to google that shit
— Ur Royal Highness Ty (@High_Im_Ty) December 6, 2012
#In2013YouBetterNot still be DUMB w/ all the SMARTphones & multiple search engines supplying the ANSWERS! Nowadays its a CHOICE to be stupid
— ANKHA♏UN OKTOBER☥♚♬☀ (@Ankhamun_9Ether) December 6, 2012
#In2013YouBetterNot like those damn Facebook posts about “like this if you brush your teeth” and crap like that
— DR.DびNNY(@TheRealDr_Dunny) December 6, 2012
— Alyssa Jones (@Grunge_Girl7) December 6, 2012
#In2013YouBetterNot post your new years resolutions all over social media because everyone knows that people aren’t gonna do them
— Lee Hanyo (@Lee_Hanyo_Photo) December 6, 2012
#In2013YouBetterNot Be saying “new year new me” doing the same stuff you”ve been doing since 2001.
— Urban Translations™ (@UrbanEngIish) December 6, 2012
So now you know it: in 2013 it’s a choice to be stupid, you can brandjack all you want and get away with it, and the world will go on undisturbed. See you next Thursday at the Twitter Funatron. Shall I make a #hashtag out of that? It shall be my 2013 Twitter resolution.
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