Hello and welcome to another edition of our roundup, where we feature the top SEO and link building content of the week. Let's jump right into it.
1. Jason Acidre's "(More) Enterprise Link Building Strategies."
Acidre's a leading voice in the link building community and in this post he shares eight more strategies viable for enterprise link building. If you're looking for good ways to build real links you should check out the post - it's full of sound advice and great examples.
2. Alex Turnbull's "How We've Reached More Than 1 Million People by Guest Blogging."
Eat your heart out, Matt Cutts (sorry, had to say it). In all seriousness, read this outstanding post about the business value of intelligently executed guest posting. Just do it - I don't care what aspect of online marketing you're interested in, this is worth your time.
3. AJ Kohn's "You Won't Remember That Infographic."
AJ Kohn introduces the intriguing "Triangle of Memory," of which you can only remember two portions: site, author, and topic. Kohn makes interesting points about infographics, worth considering. If infographics are on your radar, you should really read this post.
4. Mark Traphagen's "Google Removes Author Photos from Search: Why and What Does it Mean?"
In a surprising move Google's removed author photos from Google Authorship. This is claimed as a UI move for mobile search, but author photos in SERPs seemed like the future - something to move beyond just 10 blue links. Traphagen discusses all the dirty details in this post.
5. Julie Joyce's "The 10 Worst Link Building Assumptions."
This piece should resonate for anyone who's spent time building links in a professional capacity, and speaks well to many of the issues we face. An enjoyable read, great for a bit of catharsis.