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1. How Google Search Plus Your World is Changing SEO

In its simplest form, search engine optimization (SEO) used to be about three things – making your content crawlable, linkable, and usable. Gaining greater visibility on search engine results pages was relatively easy. Depending on your business model, it was also much easier said than done.

Continue to article: searchenginewatch.com

 

2. How To Integrate Facebook, Twitter And Google+ In WordPress

Integrating social media services in your website design is vital if you want to make it easy for readers to share your content. While some users are happy with the social media buttons that come built into their design template, the majority of WordPress users install a plugin to automatically embed sharing links on their pages. Many of you will find that a plugin does exactly what you need; others not so much. Some are poorly coded, and most include services that you just don’t need. And while some great social media plugins are out there, they don’t integrate with every WordPress design.

Continue to article: wp.smashingmagazine.com

 

3. Google Just Made Bing the Best Search Engine

I just switched the default search engine in my browser from Google to Bing. And if you care about working efficiently, or getting the right results when you search, then maybe you should too. Don’t laugh!

Continue to article: gizmodo.com

 

4. 6 SEO Jedi Tactics to Try Before Turning to the Dark Side

If you’re an SEO Jedi, black hat tactics undoubtedly tempt you on a regular basis. Before giving in to the dark side, check out these SEO tips to renew your faith in the [white hat] light side of the Force!

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5. How to Optimize Images for Search Engines

If you didn’t know much about image search and how does it work then here is a small explanation for you: this is the query search that you can see as thumbnail graphics, supplanted by contextual information that match user’s search queries at its best; all this information can be submitted either by the image creator, the website owner where you can see these images, or by third party reviewers.

Continue to article: designmodo.com

 

6. 8 Predictions for SEO in 2012

It’s 2012, and that means we get to revisit our expectations for 2011 and prognosticate for the year ahead. In keeping with tradition, I’m first going to evaluate my predictions from last December before determining if I’ve got the cred to make some for 2012. Here’s the rules:

Continue to article: www.seomoz.org

 

7. Web Design Trends in 2012

It’s that time of year again, where we look into our crystal ball to see what will be the hot trends in web design for the upcoming year. It’s no secret that trends come and go, with some hanging around longer than they should. (Yes, splash page, I’m talking about you.) But trends are a necessity in the development and growth of our craft. Trends are born, improved upon, and often spawn other trends. So as a web designer, when you apply trends to your projects, challenge yourself to expand upon them and make them your own.

Continue to article: webdesignledger.com

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