This is the 18th post in the series which shares all of my favourite internet marketing posts from the past month.
There is an awful lot of junk to sort through every month so here are the best bits according to me!
The Best Posts Of May 2014
I have spent a lot of time reading throughout May as I’ve been travelling a lot during my move.
We have had quite an action packed month in the SEO world & I’ll be covering it all for you!
There is new details on a Google algorithm patent, Matt Cutt’s gets a grilling & an epic Google based spoon prank!
SEO & Link Building
Let’s kick things off with this epic grilling of Matt Cutts in a private meeting – Josh really took it to him!
Next was news of the latest Panda update which has caused chaos unless your a spammer.
The main stream media really don’t understand the update and eBay were falsely reported a victim.
Taking a closer look at this Google patent is interesting & you should never underestimate the power of nofollow links.
But ranking in Google is still easy and if your fighting the local SEO fight these tips will help you out!
SEO is changing in 2014 though if you want my opinion.
Blogging & Content
Moving into content are you leveraging for links properly? If you promtote your blog properly it’s really easy to do!
It is always worth checking your blog against a checklist to make sure your on track then save time with these productivity hacks including 1 from me!
Last but not least does you blog need a social squeeze page?
Imagine taking 45 days to plan a Tweet. That is precisely why I quit the corporate world and anyone can compete with the big players!
You can always take a shortcut and spam Twitter because if its ok for Google to do it, it’s ok for you to do it. If all else fails though just hack Facebook.
I have experimented with SlideShare recently and would love to get 1 million views – I should probably listen to these 5 tips.
Google tracks everything we do & look at online, but you can turn the tables for some hilarious office fun. That is creative genius right there!
Dixon Jones found the funny side about someone trying to clone Majestic SEO – although the funny bit is they would have been much better off cloning Ahrefs if you ask me!