Five For Friday — February 11-15, 2013

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Here are five of this week’s most important and most interesting posts and articles regarding online marketing:

1.  Facebook Graph Search Review: How It Works – Social Media Examiner has a very nice roundup article on what the graph search feature of Facebook is and how you can use it for marketing purposes. If you’ve been looking for a summary piece that provides what you need to know about the feature among all the millions of pieces written, give this article a read.

2.  Should I Use Canonical to Solve Blog Tag Duplicate Issue? (Weekly Q&A) — Internet Marketing Ninjas is growing like hotcakes, and their weekly Q&A column is a staple that acts like maple syrup to give it a nice, yummy taste. Ann Smarty has advice on dealing with the problem of duplicate blog tags, another conundrum in the realm of duplicate “stuff” and Google.

3.  Social SEO Strategies: Mastering the Art of Social SEO — Catalyst has released a new ebook that explains how social SEO works, providing a guide so that you can make use of the strategies, tactics, and tools needed to succeed.

4.  NASA Hosts Its First Google+ Hangout Connecting with Space Station — This may not be quite on topic, but it’s something you should consider attending if you are a fan of space-related events. It’s not often that you get a chance to hang out with some people in orbit.

5.  Optimizing for conversions made easy with Search Funnels data in your AdWords tabs — Google announces an improvement that will make it easier to find out which keywords are helping conversions the most.

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About the Author

Frances Krug has worked in market research since graduating from UCLA with an MA and CPhil in Latin American history. As an editor and online content provider for the last 7 years, she currently is Associate Editor at iNET Interactive, where she also directs Search Marketing Standard's email marketing program.

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