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Kurt Henninger
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Fantastic "how to" community building guide here.
 
The Truly Monumental Guide to Building Online Communities

"So, you want to learn about building online communities?  Then you’ve come to the right place..."

"We’re here to amuse you with tools, processes and the occasional llama joke (and yes, you may just learn something about building online communities)."

http://mackwebsolutions.com/guide-to-building-online-communities/

In this epic guide, +Mackenzie Fogelson and the +Mack Web Solutions team teach you everything you need to know about community building.

It covers the basics of community building, great community building tools, a step-by-step process, and SO MUCH MORE!!!

#seo   #community   #communitybuilding  
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Nice list of local search ranking factors.
 
The Local SEO Search Ranking Factors Factors Results are in! And +David Mihm has all the goodies and insights. 
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http://www.seroundtable.com/scrapers-ruling-google-16267.html Site with large followings on social and strong backlink profiles who publish short content for audiences can still rank....interesting
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Edgy marketing is exciting, but risky. Conventional approaches are relatively boring, but rewarding. You can benefit from both.
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Nice article from an expert on Social and SEO
 
Social Media and SEO Blend with +Eric Enge
http://www.maxminzer.com/social-media-and-seo-blend-with-eric-enge

Besides all the insights about where social media & search marketing stand we learned about some of Eric's (and team) findings:
1) people choose search over social and directly asking their friends (shocking, to most of us, survey results from 400 people surveyed)
[check http://www.stonetemple.com/blog/ on Monday]
2) Continuation of Eric's study/presentation at #SMX  Advanced:
Google+ shares alone (no other signals involved) dramatically effects indexing while Facebook shares don't effect indexation at all.
Both G+ and Facebook shares (no other signals involved) don't show ranking evidence so far.

Special thank you to +Dana Lookadoo, +Jill Whalen, +Zeph Snapp, +Donnie Strompf, +Tony Dimmock, +Demian Farnworth, +Wissam Dandan, +Steve Webb and everyone else who watched, contributed and shared this event.

#maximpact   #socialmedia   #seo   #indexing   #rankings  
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For those in the SEO community this guy is one of the smartest with some of the most actionable tactics I know.  He's looking to speak at an industry conference.  You can find out more about him and vote at:  http://noexcusessummit.com/industry-leaders/shane-hunter.html
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Great article on some info that Google uses to decide about what snippets to choose to display.
 
Snippets from Page Content - How Does Google Decide

A patent granted to Google last year explores algorithms that Google might use when it decides to take a snippet from the content of a page.

It might give different weights to different paragraphs based upon language dependent signals as well as the type of query being searched for. 

A query that tends to show search results that start with things like abstracts or extended introductions might have a query chosen from the start of a page.

A query that tends to show search results with conclusions might have a query chosen from the end of a page.

Some of the other signals are pretty interesting, too.
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The state of the long tail....looks great.
 
Long tail keywords account for 87% of the conversions from search. Neil has it right! Kapoww!
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Sometimes you just know your SEO is broken :)
 
This one is several months in the making - and took me a very long time to write... It's a good read for any SEO that struggled with the updates and changed in 2012...
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Fantastic obfuscation infograph.  You've gotta be an SEO to understand this one...
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