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Panda Refreshes, Getting Links {PR, Guest Blog, Infographics}

by admin on July 27, 2012

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Hope your Friday is going well – still a bit early year to tell how the day is going to go. We’re going to wrap up clearing out the inbox today and should start back on tweaks for our test site next week.

So Panda refreshed on the 24th – searchenginewatch.com/article/2194006/Google-Panda-Alert-Data-Refresh-Starts-Tonight

I checked out the keywords I track (just to see how the changes effect people). I didn’t notice very much of a change except that now the first place result takes up 5,6,7 even 8 places on some search results… what in the world is up with that. I remember when the max the first place result would have maybe 2 – are they going to soon take over the entire first page. I’m not really sure why that is happening or why that would be useful. Maybe they are tweaking and tuning things… who knows.

Now we talk about three ways folks are getting links –

1. Thru Press Releases – searchenginewatch.com/article/2194404/Can-the-SEO-PR-Love-Affair-Survive-After-Panda-Penguin

2. Guest Blogging – searchenginewatch.com/article/2194396/How-Guest-Posting-Propelled-One-Site-From-0-to-100000-Customers

3. Infographics – searchenginewatch.com/article/2193628/How-to-Create-Good-Infographics-Quickly-Cheaply

One thing I would like to mention is that infographics will be tuned down a bit in how well they work. My suggestion for you is to use all of those methods and don’t put all of your eggs in one basket. You’ll also want to have a link plan created with the goals you have and a detailed plan on how you’re going to accomplish them. We’ll be talking some more about that in the days and weeks ahead as we’re doing our case study.

Semantic Search – www.clickz.com/clickz/column/2193961/what-does-semantic-search-mean-for-seo

Christmas is coming whether you like it or not. Here is some good tips on being prepared. I would add – think about what worked well last year and what didn’t work well. Continue those things that worked well, and replace those things that didn’t work well.

www.clickz.com/clickz/column/2192718/2012-holiday-marketing-tips-for-retailers

Enjoy your weekend.

 

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