Oscar de-bunks, with the help of some sociology and communication theory, a few of the most commonly aired concerns regarding the using of micro-blogging as an intranet tool
Jesper helps explain how social media is not a direct sales channel that converts instantly, instead it’s part of your wider, long term, distributed web presence.
Lots of interesting quotes and stats in this survey summary. Not just blogs, but regularly publishing & promoting relevant content has a “direct” impact on SEO.
As I wrote in the comments of this post, I think it’s possible to switch out “social media efforts” for “distributed web presence” in what Jason Baer says.
There’s a lot of money being spent ineffectively on SEO by misinformed and under-informed website owners. This post gives 5 useful “oh oh” signs to look for.
The way in which we consume the Internet is continuing to evolve. Be careful with the table at the end of the article, Australia is top – but they only surveyed 10 countries.