This Week in SEO (4/26/2013)

Apr 26, 2013   //   by Gerald Weber   //   SEO Blog  //  5 Comments

If you’re signed up to my weekly newsletter, you know what to expect from this post. If you haven’t had a chance to sign up for it yet, I’ve been using the newsletter to put together links to the best SEM & SEO content I’ve come across during the last week.

Since I’ve been really pleased with the feedback I’ve received about the newsletter, I decided to expand the format and publish the links & summaries here.

So without further ado, here are the six links you don’t want to miss:

  • How to Contact Google Whether you have an issue with Google+, a Google Business account, AdWords, Analytics, Webmaster Tools, GMail or even YouTube, Kristi Hines has put together an incredibly useful post that will help you get in touch with an actual human being at Google.

While we’re on the subject of guest blogging, I just wanted to share that we’ve expanded our guest blogging service to offer Silver, Gold and Platinum packages. This makes it easy to get exactly the type of posts you want based on specific metrics like domain authority, PageRank and “social signals”. If you’re interested in getting all the details and pricing info, shoot me an email and I’ll send them to you.

Once you get a chance to check out all the posts, be sure to leave a comment and let me know which one you thought was the most informative!

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  • Keith says:

    Hey Gerald, it’s funny… I actually read most of these posts you are showcasing, including the one on HostGator written by you. Bout to check out the guest posting Penguin 2.0 one included at the end. Thanks for the resource.

    • Gerald Weber
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      Looks like we must run in some of the same circles Keith. LOL.

      I found the Penguin 2.0 especially interesting. I have been anticipating some guest blogging related updates for some time, so it will be interesting to see how that unfolds.

  • I’m finding these post very helpful, especially what Matt Cutts has to say. One good thing for the “thinking blogger” that Matt states elsewhere is the importance of content for the user. That’s what we do, right?

  • Lee Keadle says:

    I don’t think I’ve ever been able to reach a person at Google…I’ve heard that real, live humans work there, but whenever I’ve had a problem in the past I’ve found myself circling in their FAQ section trying to problem solve myself. Thanks for including this link!