Friday Links

It”s that time of the week again! TGIF!

Hopefully, you”re wrapping up one of your most productive weeks of the year. If so, you probably missed some of the news and tips passed along in the blogosphere since Monday. Here”s a brief recap of the items we found worth reading.

Batelle Media – This is the Facebook We Expected: Default Public

Outspoken Media –

Search Engine Watch – The Demise of SEO Won”t Be Caused by Personalization

SEOMoz – Great Content Equals Great Rankings, Right? Wrong.

eWeek – Google Gains in Search as Facebook, Twitter Drive E-Commerce

Reuters – Apple countersues Nokia over 13 Patents

Advertising Age – Location Matters: How Ad Environments Affect Performance

eMarketer – 2010 Trends: Social and Paid Content

DMNews – Yahoo Debuts Consumer Privacy Tool in Beta

CNN Technology – What”s the Future of an Independent AOL?

Search Engine Watch – Rethinking Your Link Marketing Strategies

Search Engine Land – Analyzing AdWords Positions in Google Analytics

SEOBook –

SEO Theory – Google Launches a New Spam Industry

Techipedia – Building Trust: A Relationship is Not a Newsletter Opt-In

SEO Scoop – 10 Tips for Creating Calls to Action that Convert

About Daniel Dessinger

Daniel joined MarketNet as a Senior Search Marketing Specialist in March 2008. He provides strategy and implementation of search marketing, reputation management, and social media marketing initiatives. Daniel got his start as an online community moderator/manager in 2001. These days, he loves sharing his thoughts and passion for blogging, Twitter, pursuing your purpose, and analytics-based testing. View all posts by Daniel Dessinger
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