The Saturday Summary – 12/8/2012

by Elmer Boutin on December 8, 2012

As usual, there was a lot of stuff going on in the online world. Here are some pieces which caught my eye during the week of December 2-7, 2012 covering such topics as SEO, analytics, Google, team building, leadership, online reviews and more …




  • Tony Verre writes about The Ubiquitization of SEO on The Milwaukee SEO Blog. He brings up some very interesting points and backs up my motto that in online work “nothing happens in a vacuum.”
  • On the SEOmoz Daily SEO Blog, Ruth Burr makes a pretty good case as to why we shouldn’t be upset over Google’s Panda updates: Why I Love Google Panda (and you should, too). Love them or hate them, we have to deal with them either way.


  • It shouldn’t be too much of a surprise to read about companies suing reviewers over posts on Yelp and other review sites. Reviews and opinions are one thing, but accusations of crime are another. Cynthia Boris shares some thoughts on this subject on Marketing Pilgrim: Yelp Reviewers Sued for Writing Bad Reviews? Say it Isn’t So!


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