April 25, 2014

10 Places to Look When Your SEO Skill Set Needs a Tune-Up

SEO Basics

As copywriters, we all know that SEO is integral in positioning your clients’ companies as industry leaders. This requires us to stay on top of the most recent developments in SEO
techniques.

The following list is by no means exhaustive, but following these thought leaders will certainly keep you in-the-know.

Search Engine Land

Distilled

Hubspot

Marketing Experiments

Marketing Land

Matt Cutts

SEO.com

Search Engine Watch

Search Engine Journal

Search Engine Roundtable

To ensure your clients get found and maintain an edge, copywriters must embrace SEO.

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Comments

  1. This is an awesome list of resources! But at the same time, you’ve given me way too many things to read lol~ I’ve got so much to learn about SEO and I don’t even know where to get started. I look at webmaster forums and there are way too many people selling their stuffs there. I don’t know if it was the same in the past, but I don’t think forums are good place to learn about SEO. I like your website a lot though and I appreciate that you are sharing so many other great websites. It says a lot when a webmaster isn’t afraid to introduce their readers to other similar websites that are just as excellent.

  2. Alexander says:

    I read this website and Matt Cutts’s blog on a regular basis, but the rest of them, I didn’t even know they existed. In any event, I checked out a couple of them and they look very nice, packed with tons of information. Learning never stops and that’s especially true when it comes to SEO. It’s always nice to have many reputable resources to learn from, so kudos to you, Stacey.

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  4. Thanks. What’s the name of the site?

  5. Thanks for these resources! I’m a blogger from the oh-so-distant past…well, that is to say I used to blog a lot around 10yrs ago before Google and SEO were huge things you had to pay attention to. Back then all I had to do was have relevant content on my pages, mention my keywords there a few times (which wasn’t hard since that’s what the pages were about) and include certain meta tags and I’d be laughing!

    Nowadays getting our blog into the first few pages can be difficult, nevermind page 1 with a chance of clicks. I’m finding my return to blogging full of brand new lessons, the biggest of which has definitely been SEO so these are EXTREMELY helpful links for me, thank you Stacey!

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