SEO Recap Amazing Finds On Twitter This Week 10/28

Well, we had another great week finding links on Twitter. I also added a new category this week VS. They are two opposite opinions and I would love to know which one you agree with. Also, if you see two articles with opposing opinions let me know via Twitter and I will give you credit in the recap.


Should You Care How High Your Klout Score Is?  vs  Nobody Gives A Damn About Your Klout Score


- Google Removes The + Search Command – Search Engine Land

- How do you measure the success of your SEO work? – Jill Whalen

- Why Google Really Turned off Keyword Referrals for Logged in Users –

- Authority vs. Popularity in Search Engine Rankings – Bill Slawski

- How Users Search For Local Businesses + 5 Tips To Optimize Local Listings – SEL

- Why Aren’t You Using Twitter To Build Links – Seer Interactive

- 16 Insights into Google’s Rating Guidelines – Dr. Pete on SEOmoz

- A Framework for Site Reviews (with Examples) – Rand Fishkin


- Google Places Adds a Range of New UGC Features – Mike Blumenthal

- It’s Time for Google Places to Treat Reviews Like a Grown Up – Mike Blumenthal

Social Media

- How To Create Facebook Subscription Lists –

- The Social Media Handbook – 57 Resources For First Time Entrepreneurs – Neil Patel

- 60 Social Media Marketing Tips for the Holiday Season – Kerry Jones, BlueGlass

- 10 social media trends that agencies should know – Raven Tools

- 8 Great Twitter Tools That Will Get You Tweeting Like A Pro – Jeff Bullas

- 7 Money Saving Ways For Local Businesses To Market Themselves On Facebook – AllFacebook

- Why we’re not using Google+ to reach consumers, so far – GeekWire

- 50 Kloutless Ways To Get Value From Twitter – Outspoken Media

- Privacy Fail: Klout Has Gone Too Far? – Tonia Ries

- 27 Twitter Tools To Help You Find And Manage Followers – Dainis Graveris

- A More Accurate, Transparent Klout Score – Klout Blog

- Klout’s scoring changes incite a riot of complaints – TheNextWeb


- Heroview – The Secrets Behind a Successful PPC Management Process with Crystal Anderson – PPC Hero

- Retiring support for Internet Explorer 6 – AdWords Blog


- Video Marketing Process Breakdown – Nick Stamoulis

- Google Hides Search Referral Data with New SSL Implementation – Emergency Whiteboard Friday


- 4 Steps to Understanding the ROI of Your Newsletter – Bruce Clay


- Rotating Offers – the Scourge of Home Page Design – Wide Funnel

- ABC’s of SEO: J is for Javascript- Site Visibility

- 67 Elegant, Effective and FREE Website Graphics for Serious Online Publishers - Copyblogger

- Five Easy Ways to Improve Your Homepage – Kim Krause Berg


- Export your sites blocklist from Chrome to your Google Account – Google Search Blog

- Google Hates Affiliates – SEOBook

- Opinion: Peering Behind Google’s Privacy Screen – Jonah Stein on SEL

- Google Transparency Report Now Shows User Data Requests – SEW

- Google Invests in Privacy for Profit - Rhea Drysdale


 SEO Recap Amazing Finds On Twitter This Week 10/28

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
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3 thoughts on “SEO Recap Amazing Finds On Twitter This Week 10/28

  1. I love the idea of a versus category. Goes to show you that sometimes even the experts can disagree on what you should and shouldn’t be doing with your SEO. That’s why it’s “best practice” and not hard and fast rules. Thanks for the mention!

  2. Oh my God.. You are one of the most resourceful women I’d ever known over the web. This post compost of comprehensive list most social media people want to have. Thank you very much for sharing this. Kudos to you!