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What a week. All the wikileaks news must have everyone just itching to write. Despite relatively little news (people are STILL talking about the decormyeyes dude), there’s been an abundance of posts. So this week we’ve got some really great stuff.

For the SEO’s there’s conversation on the roles of number of reviews versus rating for local search. For developers there are 100 CSS tricks, for analysts three useful custom reports by Avinash Kaushik, for UX people there’s online card sorting, and for everyone else… well, read on.

  Internet Marketing and SEO
  • Six Revisions has 100 exceedingly useful CSS tips. No, they really are, and although some of them are pretty basic, there’s lots of information that I didnt know about.
  • A list apart has a guideline to getting started with ARIA and progressive enhancement. For those who don’t know, progressive enhancement is a development process to assure best practices, while ARIA is a specification designed to provide accessibility at a technical level.
  Web Analytics
  • The GA blog has part two of its three part guest series on analyzing and optimizing for mobile, by the guys over at E-Nor. I do have to wonder what site they’re looking at that made 57% of its mobile revenue off of iPads, though. Maybe an iPad skin store?
  • And of course Avniash has a zinger of a post on custom reports. In fact, he has 3 ready made custom reports that you can import directly into GA with a mouse click. Ok, some of them require a little more than a mouse click for more advanced features (like measuring “engaged visits”), but for the most part it’s pretty straightforward.
  User Experience
  Miscellaneous links of the week: