Friday Links: The Ultimate Advanced SEO Guide and Adopting a Publishing Mindset

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Quote of the Day

Because content has become a primary focus point of all marketing and demand generation activity, in 2013 marketers will be tasked with managing a host of new software and service solutions for content creation, syndication and curation. – Jesse Noyes (Eloqua)

Slide Deck of the Day

Content Marketing Strategy
There are several key ingredients that go into the process of creating high quality content. (distilled)

If you’ve been thinking about giving your website’s homepage a redesign you may want to check out these. (HubSpot)

Using Google Docs for helping out with SEO, social media and content tasks. (Boom Online)

How Marketers Use Big Data To Rapidly Scale Campaigns. (has offers)

How to get tens of thousands of views on a Slideshare deck. (Branded3)

To excel in content marketing you’re going to need to adopt a publisher’s mindset – here’s how. (Web Analytics World)

How to create kickass ‘call to action‘ (CTA) buttons. (Onboardly)

Digital Marketing Strategies of a Luxury Brand [VIDEO]

Search Engine Marketing
Neil and Sujan Patel have truly outdone themselves. Check out this 45,000-word free guide on advanced SEO. (Quicksprout)

So how does Google tie together authority, rank, authorship and social? (Search Engine Watch)

Paddy shows us an awesome way to use Boomerang and Gmail Labs for outreach follow up with link prospects. (Paddy Moogan)

Now that we’ve established Google AuthorRank for individuals, what about AuthorRank for brands? (SwellPath)

85 Reasons Why Website Designers/Developers Keep SEOs in Business. (Search Engine Land)

It’s high time for Google to fix their AdWords Keyword Tool. (The Search Agents)

Social Media
Facebook now owns 25% of all time spent on mobile apps. (readwrite social)

Reddit has posted their top 500 ‘Ask Me Anythings’. (Social times)

Here’s a number of ways to promote your blog using Twitter. (Razor Social)

Google with Friends? Facebook’s Graph Search and What it Means to You. (Hope For Film)

Twitter presents ‘Vine‘, a mobile service that lets you capture and share short looping videos. (Twitter)

Brian Solis’ Revolution – Season 4 is coming soon.

The future of mobile and the war between Apple and Google. (ContentEqualsMoney)

The Most Important Thing I Learned in a Business Meeting… Ever. (Forbes)

Connecting [VIDEO]

Connecting (Full Film) from Bassett & Partners on Vimeo.

The 18 minute “Connecting” documentary is an exploration of the future of Interaction Design and User Experience from some of the industry’s thought leaders. As the role of software is catapulting forward, Interaction Design is seen to be not only increasing in importance dramatically, but also expected to play a leading role in shaping the coming “Internet of things.” Ultimately, when the digital and physical worlds become one, humans along with technology are potentially on the path to becoming a “super organism” capable of influencing and enabling a broad spectrum of new behaviors in the world.

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings thinks he can win the video subscription war (The Verge)

Magazines are charging more for digital editions than their printed counterparts, ‘And that’s for tablet versions that are too often crappy afterthoughts.” – (readwrite play)

Brilliant: This guy turned his resume into an ‘Amaz-ing’ Amazon product page. (The Next Web)

Infographic of the Day

About Jason Thibault

Jason Thibault is a writer, artist, eternal student and CEO of Content Marketing Labs. You can also find him on Twitter.

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