Link dump: interesting reads from around the web

So last week I’ve started sharing a lot more of what I read on a day to day basis on Twitter, and I decided I had to share these links here on yoast.com as well. Below is a quite extensive list of links that I found interesting, ordered by topic. I’ll try to do these on a weekly basis from now on.

WordPress

SEO

Analytics

Web design / web development

Online Marketing / Social media

Science

Fun

Lifestyle

Mac

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10 Responses

  1. themisfitBy themisfit on 25 August, 2010

    Thanks for all the links, there’s some great stuff in here.

  2. Victoria BlountBy Victoria Blount on 25 August, 2010

    A great list of helpful links, especially about social media and marketing.

  3. StijnBy Stijn on 25 August, 2010

    Do you use any particular tool to keep track of links you mentioned on Twitter?

    • Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 25 August, 2010

      bit.ly, as you can see in basically all the links above too ;)

  4. Niels BrinchBy Niels Brinch on 25 August, 2010

    Science -> Experts Are Usually Wrong

    … doesn’t sound very scientific :) but really interesting reading! Thanks.

  5. TheoBy Theo on 25 August, 2010

    Thanks for the useful link list !

  6. MitBy Mit on 26 August, 2010

    Excellent stuff, I look forward to the weekly updates.

  7. Kenneth BerkleyBy Kenneth Berkley on 9 September, 2010

    A great and very useful list of helpful links thanks for sharing with us especially the links about social media and marketing.

  8. Facebook clientBy Facebook client on 9 September, 2010

    Thanks for the list, there are a number of interesting reads above.

  9. SwimmerBy Swimmer on 16 September, 2010

    This is great, thank you. If you plan to do these kind of posts on a regular basis, i would suggest two things:
    1. Do the list a bit more dense, or rank the list in sections with top quality links at top and descending
    2. I’d love to have a RSS feed for only these kind of posts