Rounding Up the Recaps

3 Feb

Are you afraid to miss that breaking news post or interesting discussion, but you don’t have the time to keep up with all the 246 feeds in your RSS reader? Don’t sign up for that Time Management training just yet, but try to follow everything through roundups in stead. There are lots of regular search industry related roundups (most of them are weekly ones) that will save you lots of time and make sure that you don’t miss anything at the same time…

Daily Roundups

SEL’s SearchCap: The Day in Search (Recommended)
 Search Engine Land lists all SEL posts, as well as other interesting industry pieces and links to all posts that made it to Sphinn‘s front page that day.

E-Marketing Performance Team Reading List
 Stoney deGeyter lists whatever he and his team came across that day.

Search Engine Roundtable’s Search Forum Recap
 Barry, Tamar and the others hunt search related forums on a daily basis, so you don’t have to!

Raven’s SEO Daily Readings
 The Raven SEO Blog lists the most interesting SEO headlines every day.

Weekly Roundups

Pronet’s Social Media MarketingWrap Up (Wednesday)
 Muhammad Saleem stuffs a week of SMM into one post every Wednesday.

SEOmoz’ Roundup Thirsday (Thirsday, duh…)
 Not only search related stuff, but other items get listed (and rated) every week as well.

Web Strategy’s Weekly Social Networking Digest (Thirsday)
 Jeremiah Owyang digs up the best of social networking every Thirsday.

SearchRank’s Weekly Rap-Up (Friday, Recommended)
 David Wallace lists all search related stuff he feels is worth mentioning every week.

The Mad Hat’s Friday Tea Time (Friday)
 Aaron tries to cover what happened in the world of search in his very own way.

SER’s Search Buzz Roundup (Friday, Recommended)
 Tamar does a great job listing every newsworthy search related item every week.

Bruce Clay’s Friday Recap (Friday)
 Lisa Barone reports the best SEO related stuff every Friday. Oh, and what she learned at BoingBoing as well…

Marketing Pilgrim’s Linky Goodness (Friday)
 It’s not SEO News if it didn’t got listed in one of MP’s weekly roundups.

Get Elastic’s Bloggers Digest (Friday)
 From Ecommerce to Email Marketing, Linda Bustos lists it all in the weekly Bloggers Digest.

Wiep.net’s Link Building this Week (Friday)
 I try to recap whatever happens in the link building niche on a weekly basis myself as well.

Vandelay Design’s Weekly Links (Usually on Saturday)
 Steven lists the best design, blogging and SEO related posts every week.

Daily Blog Tips’ Link Tips (Sunday)
 Everything a blogger needs to know can be found in DBT’s Sunday Link Tips.

Pandia’s Weekend Wrap Up (Sunday)
 Your weekly dosis of Search Engine Headlines.

Monthly Roundups

Small Business SEM’s Best posts of 2008 (Recommended)
 Last year, Matt McGee of Small Business SEM bundled the posts from his Best Posts of 2007 and organized the SEMMYS. This year, he takes of with the Best posts of 2008.

Yellowhouse Hosting’s This Month in SEO (Recommended)
 What started as a weekly SEO roundup, turned into an in-depth monthly summary of everything what happened in the field of search. If even following just roundups is too much for you, I suggest reading only this one. The signal to noise ratio is excellent and Steven (aka VanGogh) describes almost every post for optimal readability.

If I missed one, please let me know…

5 Responses to “Rounding Up the Recaps”

  1. Linda Bustos February 4, 2008 at 2:27 am #

    Oh hey, what a neat idea! Thanks for including the Blogger’s Digest :D

  2. Jan-Willem Bobbink February 4, 2008 at 2:12 pm #

    Nice list of `time-saving” weblogs!

  3. Wiep February 4, 2008 at 10:08 pm #

    Linda; thanks & you’re very welcome!

    Jan-Willem; that was the intention of this post ;)

  4. Lee February 5, 2008 at 1:04 am #

    Thank you for this list (and for the mention) – I’m sure my NetNewsWire RSS feeder will become trimmer because of it!

  5. Andy Beard February 5, 2008 at 9:59 am #

    I would add to this, whenever there is a blogstorm related to SEO, wait for Lyndon to do a roundup of links.

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