January 20, 2010
This week I asked my Twitter followers:
++What (if anything) will you be doing differently with your SEO strategy this year?++
Here's what they had to say:
Shadowdaddy: Adjusting metrics to better align with other campaign channels for more accurate comparative performance tracking.
MCIMaui: I'd like to delve more deeply into the local search arena, and I'm always looking to prioritize my time better!
Englischbox: Probably employ you. I am stuck.
Forestsoftware: This year will be much the same as before, good-quality local links for clients.
Writingace: Learning more about the SEO tools available.
Freelancemomcom: Incorporating more social media for real-time reputation management and reviewing analytics over rankings.
TechLH: Several of my clients have decided not to renew (or to drastically reduce) their YellowBook and to put that $ into link building and SEO.
LiquidWholeFood: Gotta do something diff with my reciprocal linking. Very time consuming when trying to focus on content!
Thewebguyf: I am going to try using WordPress for sites and the plug-in they have. Changing link strategy.
Casieg: More page optimization vs. new content creation (A/B testing, reducing load time, bounce rates).
Leebrinckley: Take into consideration real-time searches...
Katywmw: Better use of analytics, usability testing and back to basics with site objectives about 1 hour ago from web.
Wendychamier: Assessing how/if social media real-time search will impact optimisation techniques for my clients.
How about you? Are you planning to do anything different with your SEO this year? Share your comments here!
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