Feb 12, 2016

Five Links for Friday – 12th Feb 2016

Chris Harris
Feb 12th, 2016 - 1 min read

Hey folks, as always here are our five links to tuck into this Friday. It’s quite analysis/data heavy this week… you’ve been warned…


We Analyzed 1 Million Google Search Results. Here’s What We Learned About SEO (15m)
A summary of a big SEO analysis by Backlinko, providing 11 takeaways for driving more organic traffic

8 Lies Of Content Marketing You Probably Believe (10m)
A great post from Business Casual Copywriting that debunks common misconceptions of content marketing

We analyzed 4 million data points to see what makes it to the front page of Reddit. Here’s what we learned (12m)
Datastories – a self-confessed team of geeky engineers, scientists and entrepreneurs, have produced a fascinating look at what it takes to go viral on Reddit. If you want to 1m summary read here.

How to Win on Facebook: 8 Lessons Learned From Analyzing 1 Billion Posts (8m)
The BuzzSumo team decided to compile as much data as possible on marketing on Facebook, and then complete an in-depth analysis.

8 Things To Watch On Netflix To Make You Smarter (2m)
As you’re unwinding this weekend on the sofa, learn a thing or two from these shows.


And finally, please let us know your suggestions and feedback on Twitter. Which link above did you enjoy? Just send a tweet to @harkable using #FridayFive.



Chris Harris
Feb 12th, 2016 - 1 min read