The Friday Five - 2014 Content Trends, Facebook's (Un)Privacy and Google's (Not Provided)

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Hello inbound marketing people of earth! It's almost the weekend and we have another roundup of the Friday 5: Five Headlines from Social Media, Inbound Marketing, SEO, and Web Design, our weekly roundup for ideas and news that you can use. And here they are:

  1. 5 Ways to Become a Social Media Rock Star
  2. What Is SEO Now that Everything Is (Not Provided)?
  3. 5 1/2 Reasons You Should Kill a Draft Blog Post
  4. The Top 7 Content Marketing Trends That Will Dominate 2014
  5. Facebook Removing Option To Be Unsearchable By Name

5 Ways to Become a Social Media Rock Star - Entrepreneur

  • Social-media success is often a long list of little things done right. While there is no shortcut to success, the below tips will help get your social-media campaign on the right track.

What Is SEO Now that Everything Is (Not Provided)? - Moz

  • The real killer of the keyword-driven approach isn't (not provided), though. It's Google's increasing devotion to semantic relationships between topics and entities on the web. Author Rank, personalization, and the Knowledge Graph have added new elements to consider: Now, in addition to what your content says and who links to it, Google also cares about who created it, what else they've done, and who's shared it. Content from a trusted source can rank in personalized results for related keywords without specifically targeting them; Google's gotten that good at figuring out topical relationships.

5 1/2 Reasons You Should Kill a Draft Blog Post - copyblogger

  • Tips every blogger should read before publishing to the world on the Interwebs.

The Top 7 Content Marketing Trends That Will Dominate 2014 - Forbes

  • With content marketing being arguably the most critical piece of an inbound marketing strategy, and with an estimated 60% of businesses employing some form of inbound in their marketing, we’re poised to see explosive growth in the way businesses ‘do’ marketing.

Facebook Removing Option To Be Unsearchable By Name - TechCrunch

  • Over the new few months, users who’ve employed the privacy setting to avoid being searched by name will see a big announcement at the top of their Facebook homepage explaining what’s happening. They’ll have to confirm they understand the change before they’re put back into name search and the privacy setting disappears from their options.

So that's what we think you should know this week. What do you have for us? Let us know inbound nation

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