Things that were delicious this week… 30 April, 2010
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Things that were delicious this week – 30 April, 2010
- Marty (who I saw speak recently at SMX Sydney) put out a great piece upon his return entitled “What the Hell is SEO Now Anyway?“. It’s well worth a read, and certainly shows you that the world of SEO is in a constant state of flux.
- Although I would normally just say that Jeremy is looking for linkbait by publishing yet another “SEO hatefest” on his site, I actually agree with his latest piece. Well, mostly. Anyway, check out why Jeremy hates SEO here. And see how much of it rings true with your site.
- Rand’s post, “30 SEO Problems & the Tools to Solve Them“, is a super-helpful post for those who are looking for more tools to add to their arsenal.
- Looking to beef up your Facebook fanpage? Then this post from Mari Smith, “21 Creative Ways To Increase Your Facebook Fanbase” is just up your alley.
- I’m a big fan of Raven SEO Tools, and this piece just made me love them all the more; they’re currently offering Raven Internet Marketing Tools to Nonprofits… so ahead and nominate your favourite nonprofit today.
- Of course, there was huge, huge news from Facebook over the last week. The first of the pieces to make it into this Delicious roundup is the announcement of enhanced analytics to Facebook fan page owners.
- The second is a demonstration of how quickly businesses are taking advantage of their new social plugins… in this case, Levi’s demonstrates a fantastic use of integrating the new Facebook “Like” button into their store.