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10 Ways to Fail in Your SEO Process in 2014 (and How to Avoid Them)

10 Ways to Fail in Your SEO Process in 2014 (and How to Avoid Them) | Search Engine Optimization | Scoop.it

To help you start off 2014 on the right foot by planning and establishing your SEO processes for success, I would like to share what I believe are some of the top ingredients for SEO failure, or at least, ingredients that keep you from achieving the SEO success you could..."


- See more at: http://blog.woorank.com/2014/01/seo-process-success/


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The 3 Most Surprising Insights From a 200 Website Eye-Tracking Study

The 3 Most Surprising Insights From a 200 Website Eye-Tracking Study | Search Engine Optimization | Scoop.it

At EyeQuant, we do a lot of eye-tracking as part of our mission to teach computers to see the web like humans do. The main purpose of our studies is to find the statistical patterns that power our attention models (which you can use to instantly test your websites!)

 

Today, we’re sharing 3 of the most surprising insights we found. A lot of you have asked us about general rules of thumb around what drives (and doesn’t drive) attention – in this post you’ll learn why rules of thumb are difficult to establish and how a lot of the common ideas we have about human attention are more complicated than they seem. In fact, what you’re about to read is going to be rather surprising and we’re hoping to dispel some common myths about attention and web design with data. :)...


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, January 16, 2014 9:24 AM

This eye tracking research study offers valuable insight. Recommended reading. 9/10