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Most Popular Jan. 2012 Articles on SEJ

We have a lot of very talented people writing for SEJ. As a thank you to them I want to highlight their January articles. The articles below are the top 15 most visited posts that were not news related. I want to present them one more time in case you missed them. Also, keep tabs on these great minds. We all have a lot to learn from them. These are the top 15 in order.

1). Facebook Actions – How It Impacts SEO

by Todd Bailey | @Webimax

 

2). 7 Alternatives to Google Analytics

by Mat Bennett | @MatBennett

 

3). Are You Making These 7 Panda-Punishing Content Mistakes?

by Neil Patel | @Neil Patel

 

4). Google Announces Above-the-Fold Algorithm Change

by Alan Bleiweiss | @AlanBleiweiss

 

5). Why These 3 Ranking Factors Matter (but Nobody Seems to Care About)

by Neil Patel | @Neil Patel

 

6). Pinterest: Link Building & SEO Strategies

by Scott Cowley | @scottcowley

 

7). 7 Reasons Why Blogging Is Still Important in 2012

by Neil Patel | @Neil Patel (Yes, he is here a lot, but it is Neil Patel!)

 

8). 5 Essential Digital Marketing Focuses for 2012

by Geoff Jackson | @zigojacko

 

9). Google Algorithm Changes – Also Changing The Web Marketing Norms

by Alexandra Brian -

 

10). Using Twitter and Facebook Trends to Write PPC Ads

by Sujan Patel | @SujanPatel

 

11). Do Stock Images Affect Trust?

by Todd Bailey | @Webimax

 

12). Why Great Content Doesn’t Guarantee You Links

by Matt Beswick | @mattbeswick

 

13). Three Ways a Test Crawl Could Uncover Hidden SEO Dangers

by Glenn Gabe | @GlennGabe

 

14). How To Get Hired At A Top SEO Agency: Part 1

by Benjamin Beck | @Ben_Beck

 

15). How to improve your Facebook page?

by Kevin Gibbons | @kevgibbo

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Melissa Fach

SEJ Editor - Melissa is the owner of SEO Aware, LLC. She is a consultant and trainer helping companies make the most of their content marketing and SEO. She specializes is the Psychology behind blogging and content marketing. Melissa is also an associate on the Community team at Moz, an associate and writer at CopyPress and an editor at Authority Labs. She is a self-proclaimed Star Wars and Internet geek and volunteers with big cats at BigCatHabitat.org.

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