New SEO Terms to Know for 2011

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Sometimes I feel that keeping up with SEO is like keeping up with my 2 year old – almost impossible. SEO is constantly changing and has proven over the past 14 years to be a very moving target.

I recently ran across a great article that outlines some new SEO terms to know and thought I would share it here. I knew almost all of them (yes I learned a little, but hey it’s what I do each and every night). If you’re not completely on top of SEO like I am (I’m all over it baby), then these might be pretty new to you.

Enjoy!

30 SEO Terms You Have to Know in 2011

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