Search and Social Weekly (1.8)

Josh S Peters Search and Social Weekly 2

A round up of some of the best search and social posts from last week. Enjoy!

Finally! Your Full Instagram Feed Hits the Web

Ever wanted to browse your full Instagram feed — that is, the latest stuff in real time from everyone you’re following on the photo service — without having to reach for your smartphone? Ever wished it was all just available at Instagram.com? You finally got your wish…

10 Tools for creating simple infographics and data visualizations

I’ve compiled a list of tools you can use to create visualizations, or simply use to communicate visually with your teammates. Enjoy…

Warning: these 58 Social Media Tips could Explode your Content Marketing

You’ve heard it a million times, right? — “Content is King”. Makes sense. But how exactly do you create “kingly” content? And how do you use Social Media to spread the word about your “kingly” content? The tips below will help…

Anatomy of a Blog Post

In putting this diagram together I’ve tried to focus on “best” practices.  In addition I have included some further insights to help address “why” in specific instances. How you ultimately construct your blog will be based on specific needs and goals of your site, but hopefully this diagram will go a long way in helping you get there…

Why You Should Steal Content

Content creation has become one of the major challenges for social media marketers and online publishers. Bloggers face this obstacle every day. It is also a path of resistance to writing or even starting a blog…

Meaningful SEO Metrics

This is a post of two halves. The first half runs through my thoughts on what makes for good metrics, while the second half focuses on a specific process for building appropriate reporting metrics for your individual situation. Now, I’m a very numbers-driven person. I studied math(s) and once thought I was going to be an inventor until I realised that inventing = engineering, and I needed to be good at partial differential equations…

How To Be More Persuasive – Psychology 101 for Link Builders

Over the past few years I have spent an increasing amount of time learning about different psychology theories to enhance the results of my work. As a link builder it is your role to deliver your content to the communities who are most likely to consume and link to it. To gain an upper hand and get the attention of people who are being pitched to dozens, if not hundreds of times per day, it will often come down to how well you understand your link prospects motivations and mindset…

A Technical SEO Guide to Crawling, Indexing and Ranking

Technical SEO can often be brushed aside a bit too easily in favour of things like content creation, social media and link building. However I’ve always believed that there are many opportunities for increasing traffic by looking inwards rather than outwards. One of the biggest areas of this for me is to make sure that your website is as accessible as possible to the search engines…

Guide to Site Navigation for SEO

When SEOs talk about navigation, we tend to stick to the technical side of things: “Make sure that you have internal links to every page on your site.” “Don’t put too many navigation options on a page because you’ll have too many internal links.” “Load your drop down link content before JavaScript so that search engines can read it.”…

How To Show Up Higher On Google (The Ultimate Local SEO Guide)

How do I show up higher in Google? 2 out of 3 local business owners that I consult with start the conversation with this sentence. It’s a natural question to ask in today’s competitive local business market…

Thanks for reading and have a great week!
Josh S Peters




  • Chris

    Hey Josh,

    Thanks for including my Psych101 post in your round up, it’s great to be included along side these other articles.

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