TGIF! It's been a great week here at LyntonWeb and to wrap things up we wanted to share with you the 13th edition of The Friday 5: Five Headlines from Social Media, Inbound Marketing, SEO and Web Design. Whether you've seen these headlines or missed them - we hope to keep you up to date with the latest affecting all of you inbound marketers. Here's what's in store for the week...
Facebook Groups: The Brilliant Way You’re NOT Using Them (Likeable)
Yes, Facebook Groups still exist. And they're very relevant - when used in the correct context to your brand. Explore how MetroTwit, a desktop client for Twitter, uses their Facebook Group for crowdsourcing tech support.
Analytics Apps for Pinterest: How Do Your Pins Add Up? (Business2Community)
3 Ways to Use Social Media to Improve Your Search Rankings (Social Media Examiner)
SEO tactics are still changing. Have you adjusted to the importance of social media in your search engine rankings? Read here for the 3 strong techniques in improving the SEO of your website.
50 Design Blogs to Bookmark for 2012 (Digital Telepathy)
Web designers are always hunting down new inspiration. It's a form of procrastination for some but a form of breathing for others. Either way, here's a fantastic list of 50 design blogs to reference.
Google Updates Its Search Algorithm: Will Start Punishing Sites With Too Many DMCA Takedown Notices (Techcrunch)
Google just announced that, starting next week, its search algorithm will start taking a new signal into account: the number of valid copyright removal notices it receives for a given site. We did just say that SEO tactics are still changing, right!?
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