Search Scoop: Week of October 13th

Happy Columbus Day! For those of you who get the day off, we hope you get to relax and enjoy it!

Here are this week’s Search Scoop articles:




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Adam Henige
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Bad Link-Building You Should Be Doing — So many link building tactics have gotten bad reputations over the years that it’s easy to forget that they started as innocent white hat methods. Some of these should get back into your rotation says Dave Davies.
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Google PageRank Toolbar, No More Future Updates — After two decades of service to webmasters and SEOs, Page Rank looks like it’s going to hide in the shadows (for now?). Google’s John Mueller has announced what happens to Page Rank in the near future. How would your SEO strategies be affected by this?
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Measuring PPC Account Efficiency Vs. Volume: A Case Study — I always am afraid that I am too over protective and risk adverse in my keyword selections and matching. Matt Umbro of #ppcchat explores this concept with some great data.
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Will polls make Google Plus posts more engaging? Yes or No? — Google is doing everything in its power to make Google+ relevant. They recently announced the addition of polls, similar to Facebook polls, to their features. Will the new add-on inspire you to use the social media platform more?
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Unlock (not provided) organic data and other quick Google Analytics tips — If you use Google Analytics, you know the frustrations of (not provided) Mark Leech shows some ways you can get around that data barrier plus some other cool tricks to deal with common Google Analytics issues.

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