One week into 2013 and there are already 15 exceptional SEO posts that you need to read now…

SEO PostsHopefully the title says it all, but already, there are some cracking SEO and digital marketing posts in 2013 that you need to be reading now.

If you missed this post “30 digital marketing websites you need to be reading now, in 2013, and beyond“, I’d strongly advise that you bookmark it and follow all of the blogs mentioned.

Check out my recommended reads below:

SEOmoz – The 2012 Local Year in Review

SEOmoz - 10 Predictions for Inbound Marketing in 2013

Search Engine Land – Our Most Shared Stories on Facebook of 2012

Search Engine Land – Top Search Marketing Columns & Features Of 2012

Search Engine Roundtable - Google Title Tags Measured By Width Not Character?

Marketing Land - Marketing Land’s Top Shared Stories on Facebook of 2012

State of Search - Top 10 Things Digital Marketers Need to Know in 2013

Search Engine Watch - Keywords Are Dead! Long Live User Intent!

Search Engine Watch - Where Link Building is Heading in 2013

SEO by the Sea - How Google Might Ignore Insignificant Terms in Queries

ProBlogger - What Every Successful Blogger Should Do Before Breakfast

Bruce Clay - A Question of Creative Content Ethics

SEJ - How to Leverage the Knowledge Graph for SEO

SEJ - Maximizing Your Meta Tags for SEO and CTR

SEO Book - Google: “As We Say, NOT As We Do”

SearchMetrics - Google and the Social Graph; more data to feed the beast

Credit: Calendar image from SXC.hu

This post was written by Dave Cain, published on 8th January 2013 and filed under SEO. Dave is a digital marketer specialising in SEO and PPC, and can be followed on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+. You can also subscribe to his blog feed.

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2 Responses to “One week into 2013 and there are already 15 exceptional SEO posts that you need to read now…”

  1. Alex Wivell says:

    Hi Dave

    You have just kept me very busy. I just nipped over to have a look at your site as your local and I keep seeing you pop up in search. Great website by the way!

    Now instead of working I’m reading numerous blogs you’ve suggested as some of them, actually quite a few I hadn’t heard of. I totally agree though there is some very useful information especially with search changing so constantly it’s crucial to keep up to date.

  2. Hey Dave,

    Thanks for putting this list together, (as if I haven’t got enough to read already). I seem to be spending more time researching and less time actually doing any work these days so your list hopefully should save be a bit of time.

    Cheers
    Roger

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