I found this to be a great week in the world of Search. Bing now powering Yahoo results, Google giving RealTime Search its own dedicated space, Google displaying upwards of seven links for one domain for some larger brands and more. Of course in the world of Search and in the online universe, there is daily change and new technologies that come fourth all of the time. It gets hard to keep up with this we know, so we thought that we would compile a weekly list of lists specific to SEO and online marketing.
These lists might not be the latest, breaking news, but they may act as great resources for you as you work on optimizing your site and finding your place in the vast nebula of online space.
Top SEO Lists of the Week - as provided by Marketing Jive
#5. 28 New Link Building Resources: "The Dixon Jones Rocks" Edition - I know we have included these lists in the past, but there really were some great link building resources on the list. Check it out at:
#4. 6 Ultimate On-Page Search Engine Optimization Tips - Search Engine Journal - nothing new here, but I am a big fan of on-page optimization and this list acts as a great reminder for folks looking to optimize their websites.
#3. 4 Reasons Why the 301 is a Must - SEO.com - Again some nice reminders here featuring some decent related posts as well. http://www.seo.com/blog/4-reasons-301/
#2. 6 Ways to Replace Yahoo’s Link & Linkdomain Search Commands - SEOmoz - SEOmoz is always a great resource for SEO tips and information and this post is no exception. In this post Rand provides some useful tools to assist us in acquiring link information from Yahoo (including a couple of SEOmoz tools) so this is a nice little list to keep handy for those performing link analysis on their sites.http://www.seomoz.org/blog/6-ways-to-replace-yahoos-link-linkdomain-search-commands
#1. SES SF Live Blogging Recap: Day Three - Search Engine Land - Missed attending SES SF this year? No worries, the folks over at SE Land have done a superb job at recapping the days events. The majority of the updates are from Bruce Clay.com or Search Engine Roundtable, so the recap is well covered.
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