Things that were delicious this week… 21 May, 2010
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Things that were delicious this week – 21 May, 2010
- Do things like font size affect the value passed through a link? Sounds strange, but Bill Slawski specialises in asking questions that the rest of us may not even come close to thinking. A great SEO read.
- Using Google Analytics? Check out Jennita’s post, “5 Simple Google Analytics Tips You Should Be Using“. Like the title says, the tips are… er, simple. But who knows, there may be a tip that makes your day just that little bit easier.
- Amber Naslund (a regular in this column) argues that intent, above all else, may be the most important thing in relationships and relationship marketing. What say you?
- What Facebook, giveth, Facebook can take(eth) away… at any time. Many of us use custom landing tabs for our Facebook pages to increase the chance of a visitor “liking” that page. So when Facebook announced they were limiting that use, page administrators revolted. They seem to have backed down, for now… but for how long?
- Brian Solis – with a guest post over at Mashable – gives us the 21 Rules for Social Media Engagement. I sometimes get irritated with Brian’s more “fluff” pieces, but this is a great piece full of practical advice.