Three Online Resources for People Who Don’t Know Anything About SEO

Not all of us know the ins and outs of SEO and digital marketing. Some people are new to the game, some people are behind, some people are just stopping in. For those people, I have compiled a list of my Top 3 Resources for  People Who Don’t Know Anything About SEO.

 

  1. Search Engine Land

Search Engine Land is a blog that covers all areas of digital marketing, from PPC to SEO. It has talented writers, guest contributors, and useful resources. Check out their periodic table of SEO and try to pick up information from the news and research done by their contributors. 

 

2. Moz Blog

Moz Blog is best for in-depth articles focusing on one subject. If you want to know about the research SEOs are doing on ranking, reviews, crawling, or just about anything else, check Moz Blog. Run by Moz, an SEO service, the writers are committed to their work and frame their posts in a relatable manner. This is another blog where you can mainly learn from context clues and thorough reading.

 

3. Google Webmaster’s Tools

Google prides itself on being accessible to webmasters of all stripes, from newbies to seasoned professionals. Their lessons are free and are great for getting a basic understanding of all topics related to digital marketing, SEO included. For more of a community learning experience, try visiting the Webmaster forums to see common issues SEOs are facing and to get advice from your peers. 

 

We would, of course, suggest our blog as the best resource, but we don’t want to seem (too) subjective. We want to condone learning of all kinds, and searching for more ideas and opinions about digital marketing is always encouraged. So go out there and educate yourself!

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