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Stay On Top Of SEO Techniques - 5 Great Resources

Posted 27th February, 2014 by Aliysa

As a website owner nowadays it’s only a matter of time before you run into the three letters - S.E.O. Search Engine Optimisation simply can not be ignored if you aspire to increase your online presence and establish a potent search ranking website in your industry, field or area of interest. As well as our basic SEO 101 blog post, here are five resources to learn, understand the basics and keep up to date with SEO.

Google SEO Starter Guide

Google SEO Guide(

Google keeps the exact factors of their search ranking algorithm a secret, but they do offer this handbook guide for those trying to get to grips with SEO. The guide is easy to follow yet comprehensive, perfect for beginners and those wishing to brush up on their SEO know-how.



Renowned SEO experts Moz offer a number of really handy SEO tools and resources. They’ve compiled a great beginners guide - a detailed 10 chapter SEO manual for understanding how search engines work and how to rank higher. Moz log changes Google make to the ranking algorithm on this page, which is helpful for diagnosing a sudden change in website ranking which may derive from a Google update.

Google Webmasters Youtube Channel

Google Webmasters Youtube(

If you haven’t heard of Matt Cutts before, he’s the head of Google’s webspam team and he regularly blogs and posts youtube videos sharing his SEO wisdom. He regularly appears in videos on the Google Webmaster youtube channel, answering SEO related questions posed to him by curious optimisers. It’s definitely a useful and interesting channel to subscribe to, but if you’re feeling lazy and don’t have time to watch Matt’s videos, this site provides all the shortcut answers to each of them.

Search Engine Journal

Search Engine Journal(

I’m a big fan of Search Engine Journal, a website all about search marketing. The SEO section is equipped with hundreds of articles, from industry news to specific SEO tips and guides. To keep up with new articles it’s a good idea to follow Search Engine Journal on Twitter.

Search Engine Watch

Search Engine Watch

Search Engine Watch is a similar resource to SEJ - a site full of tips and information to help you understand search engines and improve your ranking performance. It’s been going for almost 20 years and has won a number of awards and distinctions for its fresh, interesting and helpful articles.

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