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Bough Digital's Blogs of the Week: Week Ending October 12th

By , Oct 11, 2013


Welcome to our weekly review of the hottest news and blogs from across the search industry. Without delay, we go straight into Managing Director Robert Reeve’s pick of the week.

Google Penguin 2.1

Robert stole everyone’s thunder and picked out Google Penguin 2.1 as the big news story of the week. Last Friday’s launch, which was confirmed on Twitter by Matt Cutts, is set to have a profound effect on how SEO agencies and indeed on how anyone following an SEO strategy works.

There isn’t a specific article because they are everywhere, but you might want to read Search Engine Land’s analysis in addition to our own article that we linked to above. This analysis of “who got hit” from Search Engine Watch also features some good information.

What Robert Says

Google Penguin is an algorithm that is certainly now becoming uncompromising for firms that have cheated the system for years. The need to remain white-hat is now more prevalent than ever before.”

Mobile SEO

SEO Account Manager Jack Withey has picked up a post from the always useful and informative team over at Moz.com who accepted this terrific guest post that looks at mobile SEO. If you are looking to bring more customers to your business through mobile device use, you need to read this post!

What Jack Says

“This post is a useful guide to mobile SEO strategy for small businesses, ranging from on page factors, responsive web design, and local search, all of which are becoming increasingly important for maximising mobile optimisation potential.”

Viral Content Creation

SEO Account Manager Saleem Rawn has also gone for something from Moz. Saleem’s post looks at techniques that SEO agencies or content marketers might use in order to research topics for and create viral content. Incidentally, we published a shorter, more concise range of tips for creating viral content in our resources section earlier this week, too, which you can read here.

Back to the Moz post, however, and the reason Saleem liked it so much.

What Saleem Says

“This is a good article from Moz.com that highlights the processes which SEO’s can go through to research into the creation of viral online content and make their marketing more effective.”

Content in the Hummingbird Age

Our final blog this week comes from Head of Content Karl Tippins, who has pulled out an article published by the Content Marketing Institute this week that looks at how webmasters and content marketers can make more of their content in light of the recent Google Hummingbird launch.

What Karl Says

“Interesting that this article didn’t mention Google Penguin 2.1, even in passing, but nevertheless it is a useful guide to help businesses and content marketers remain focused on relevant content rather than initiatives that might seem fun but that ultimately deliver no ROI.”

That concludes our blogs of the week for another seven days. Have you read the articles we have suggested here? What does Google Penguin 2.1 mean to you? Take the time to tell us in the comments section below, or ask us a question related to any of these for our new Q&A section, and we’ll look to answer it as soon as possible.

Head back next week to discover what the team at Bough Digital has been reading across the internet.

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