Webyogi’s Essential SEO Reads – November 2015
Find it hard to keep up to date with the ever-changing world of SEO? Me too!
If you want to work smarter not harder read these content curation tips on how to stay ahead of the game.
Here’s a simple way to quickly scroll through the latest SEO news using twitter search. All you need to is type a #topic into search and twitter generates a list of the latest top content. Simples.
If you really want to be in the know can also sign up the excellent Moz Top Ten a monthly SEO round-up of essential SEO updates or browse through inbound.orgs trending topics. Failing that, you can use popular content curation tools like feedly (my fave) Scoop.it or Sniply.
One of my all time favourites in Buzzsumo a tool that analyses what content performs best for any topic or competitor or finds key influencers to promote your content. Alltop curate popular SEO news from the top SEO and marketing blogs. Using these tools I’ve curated (what in my view) are the most important SEO news updates for November 2015 (so far). If something grabs your attention give it click!
Quick read : Moz created this guide to be an easy-to-digest and reliable reference for all aspects of content marketing, whether you’re just getting started or are part of a team that’s looking to review its fundamentals.
Quick read : An expert page is a document that links to many other topically relevant pages. If a page is linked to from several expert pages, then it is considered an authority on that topic, and may rank higher.
Quick read : Content creation is one of the biggest challenges for companies trying to succeed with content marketing, so it’s no wonder that advice about how to be more effective at content creation, repurposing, process and best practices is in such high demand.
Quick read : John Mueller from Google was quoted as saying atSearch Marketing Expo (SMX) Milan last week that his number one piece of SEO advice is to be consistent.
Quick read : Google is saying their search engine is getting better at understanding our natural language searches by specifically better handling superlatives, times and more complicated questions.
Quick read : As we near the end of 2015, it’s important to consider which elements of your SEO campaign will be relevant throughout 2016 and which ones might expire or change in unfamiliar ways.
Quick read : Believe it or, you can implement an email marketing campaign relatively cheap, and most of the time for free, by using the following 12 WordPress plugins.
Quick read : Lots of changes have affected search in 2015 and now, as 2016 is fast approaching, all eyes are on the newly emerging trends and the updates that Google has in stock for us. Just back from the two largest and most trusted SEO conferences in the USA — SMX East and Pubcon — we’ve carefully documented all the most important takeaways!
Quick read : This post will provide you with 15 simple hacks to ensure your site is properly optimized and starts ranking as soon as possible.
Quick read : The next Penguin update is coming soon, according to a Google spokesperson. Erin Everhart outlines what you can do to prepare.
Hasta luego – Until next month…