Happy New Year!
Here we are with the first link roundup of 2016. People definitely weren't taking it easy in this first week of the year, and there were a lot of great SEO and online marketing post published this week. Let's get started.
Twitter announced this week that they're considering upgrading the character limit for tweets from the iconic 140 characters to a massive 10,000. The social media pros at Buffer weigh in about whether that's a good thing or not.
Travis Bliffen at SEMrush posted this really interesting article about how Google's research into artificial intelligence and machine learning will have on SEO in 2016 and the years ahead.
Nobody publishes more great articles about SEO than Search Engine Land, and you can add another one to the list with this post about streamlining and simplifying your local marketing strategy in 2016.
Moz published a great guide for any business that is concerned about online reviews (which should be all small businesses).
The end of the year and the first week of January was filled with annual Best Ofs, but Copyblogger's is one of the best. For anyone interested in content marketing in any capacity, this one is worth bookmarking.
And that's it for this week. Did we miss anything we should have included? Let us know in the comments, or follow @linknowmedia on Twitter and join the conversation there. See you next week, and happy new year!