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7 Tips for Weekend Reading #1


 
Here are some genuinely useful articles that I’ve read and found useful in the past week.
 

1. Scaling Web Page Elements Using The CSS3 Scale Transform

CSS3 transforms allow you to apply various visual effects to the items in your Web pages, including scaling elements to either increase or decrease their size.

Continue to article: www.developerdrive.com

 

2. Freshness Factor: 10 Illustrations on How Fresh Content Can Influence Rankings

In 2003, engineers at Google filed a patent that would rock the SEO world. Named Document Scoring Based on Document Content Update, the patent not only offered insight into the mind of the world’s largest search engine, but provided an accurate roadmap of the path Google would take for years to come.

Continue to article: www.seomoz.org

 

3. New Google Plus Referral URL

Until now it’s been possible to track referral traffic from Google Plus simply by filtering to ‘plus.google’ in the referrals report in Google Analytics or your favourite analytics package.

Continue to article: blog.semetrical.com

 

4. Why Sleep is so Important for Freelancers

I love sleeping. Always have, always will. I was the kid whose parents had to wake up on Christmas morning. If I don’t get enough sleep—watch out.

Continue to article: freelanceswitch.com

 

5. 21 Tactics to Increase Blog Traffic (Updated 2012)

It’s easy to build a blog, but hard to build a successful blog with significant traffic. Over the years, we’ve grown the Moz blog to nearly a million visits each month and helped lots of other blogs, too. I launched a personal blog late last year and was amazed to see how quickly it gained thousands of visits to each post. There’s an art to increasing a blog’s traffic, and given that we seem to have stumbled on some of that knowledge, I felt it compulsory to give back by sharing what we’ve observed.

Continue to article: www.seomoz.org

 

6. The Holy Grail of Keyword Research for Blog Posts

Most of the SEO guides, including the ones written by genuine A-List bloggers (with all due respects), use an “example” keyword to explain how to optimize your blog post content. They end up writing loads of content on Search Engine Optimization without answering the very obvious question – how to find the right keyword? Actually, it is all about targeting the correct keyword in order to earn organic traffic. Webmasters don’t want you to target the lucrative keyword as it might deprive them of their only tool behind their success – golden keywords.

Continue to article: www.onextrapixel.com

 

7. Internet 2011 in numbers

So what happened with the Internet in 2011? How many email accounts were there in the world in 2011? How many websites? How much did the most expensive domain name cost? How many photos were hosted on Facebook? How many videos were viewed to YouTube?

Continue to article: royal.pingdom.com

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