October 14, 2013
Reload Round-Up (14th October 2013)
A Visual Guide to Keyword Targeting and On-Page Optimization
Author: Rand Fishkin
Date Published: 6th 08 2013
Description: This is Rand Fishkin at his very best. This epic article explores in-depth the key on-page elements and how to implement your keywords without crossing the thin line of spamming. This article not only satisfies search enging optimisation but also usability optimisation – a blend that is seldom seen in our world. In weeks to come I see this becoming the de-facto go-to guide for on-page optimisation. A must read for SEOs, old and new.
The 100 Best Free SEO Tools & Resources for Every Challenge – Interactive
Author: Cyrus Shepard
Date Published: 31st July 2013
Description: Online tools make our life a hell of a lot easier and I love stumbling across cool new tools. Well my (and your) life is about to be made even easier as Cyrus Shepard has collated a list of 100 of the best tools around, many of which you may not have heard of. Best of all this is a round up of COMPLETELY FREE tools! One to bookmark my friend.
Investing in you: more tools to build your channels
Author: YT Creators
Date Published: 2nd August 2013
Description: This article is a brief round-up of what video publishers can expect in the next few weeks/months on YouTube. For regular users, there will be some exciting updates including live stream functionality, external link annotations and enhanced thumbnails.
What Makes Someone Leave a Website
Author: Eugene Farber
Date Published: 11th of April 2013
Description: Losing site visitors like a bucket with a hole in it? This handy infographic highlights the 8 top reasons people leave a website – is your site guilty of any? Some great actionable takeaways.
A Basic (yet essential) Pre & Post Content Launch Checklist (with guidelines)
Author: Mackenzie Fogelson
Date Published: November 20th 2013
Description: When I first started reading this I thought it was another “bake the SEO in” post about when elements need to be thought about during the build stage of a site. But is so much more than that. It goes deeper into testing, post launch marketing and everything else that should be considered in the first few months and beyond. As an added bonus here is the Trello interactive checklist version.