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Rescooped by James Blackwell from Google Plus and Social SEO!

A Slice A Day - BuzzSumo - A Video Tutorial

A Slice A Day - BuzzSumo - A Video Tutorial | SEO |

Buzzsumo is one of, if not the best content search tools out there. If you’ve used or are currently using the platform do you also take advantages of it’s many benefits, even as a free subscriber?

Neil Ferree of recently created a Buzzsumo tutorial on his YouTube channel and he was kind enough to come on and talk with us about it and share his knowledge of the platform. Head on over to and follow along right here on your A Slice A Day

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Neil Ferree's curator insight, January 12, 2015 5:17 PM

The Top Content search lets you find the most shared content for any topic or domain.

Try searching for big data or any targeted keyword phrase you're trying to get ranked for to see who's sharing similar content and on which top social networks. Thanks to Mark Tennant for the invite to his Podcast A Slice A Day

Rescooped by James Blackwell from JavaScript for Line of Business Applications!

What you need to know about Angular SEO

Search engines, such as Google and Bing are engineered to crawl static web pages, not javascript-heavy, client-side apps. This is typical of a search engine which does not render javascript when the search bot is crawling over web pages.

This is because our javascript-heavy apps need a javascript engine to run, like PhantomJS or v8, for instance. Web crawlers typically load a web page without using a javascript interpreter.

There are several different ways that we can tell Google to handle indexing our app. One, the more common approach is by using a backend to serve our angular app. This has the advantage of being simple to implement without much duplication of code.

A second approach is to render all of the content delivered by our angular app inside a <noscript> tag in our javascript. We’re not going to cover the second approach

In this article, we’re going to walk through how you can build an SEO toolchain for your workflow, presenting a bunch of different options for you to choose what works best for you.

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