We asked the SEO community for their favourite online resources to learn SEO and these are the books, conferences, blogs and tips that came up most frequently. Ideal for beginners who want to get started and advanced SEO’s who wish to expand their knowledge.
We’ve compiled everything into an interactive Infographic, so you can click any link to learn more about it.
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This is an awesome source on how to learn SEO. But I guess, this would be little difficult for newbies. So, I came up with an article on my blog where one would learn some basics of SEO. And after that this would surely be very useful to them. Link -> https://bit.ly/1sS7d03
Great infographic! Would use it to start following some SEOs :)
I like https://www.seodrive.org but this site has more articles, great!
This inography is very useful, I’m following some of these people but I am going to try to know more about the people that I’m not following, yet, thanks!
No doubt an organized guide for learning SEO. I follow and use most of them, even though good for new guys of SEO.
I have bookmarked this to keep as reference so I wanted to let you know that the links for the blogs do not work and are located at random places throughout the infographic. For example, the State of Search image isn’t linked and is the link for the Search Engine Roundtable image. Like all the links got shifted down.
I would add search engine journal to the list for continued learning.
Nice, and clutter free infographic!
And here are links to the Google+ pages for the recommended blogs:
Outspoken Media https://plus.google.com/101895425639809783585
Point Blank SEO https://plus.google.com/107841364340691933463
Search Engine Land https://plus.google.com/103218677032751327334
Search Engine Watch https://plus.google.com/117807232814593418955
SEER Interactive https://plus.google.com/110773419613073577531
SEO by the Sea https://plus.google.com/108421660453447189832
State of Search https://plus.google.com/101475377013754652573
I thought I’d share links to the Google+ profiles of the people to follow:
aaron wall https://plus.google.com/109555919001321700626
Barry Schwartz https://plus.google.com/107945426404682361496
Bas van den Beld https://plus.google.com/107488392912382136407
Danny Goodwin https://plus.google.com/105377085495925465168
Danny Sullivan https://plus.google.com/113217924531763968801
David Naylor https://plus.google.com/113021619972679856263
Hannah Smith https://plus.google.com/104526337689961231497
Jane Copland https://plus.google.com/107841864423943418012
Joanna Lord https://plus.google.com/118212529999599800263
Joost de Valk https://plus.google.com/115369062315673853712
Judith Lewis https://plus.google.com/117564004595435401158
Kelvin Newman https://plus.google.com/109842451293244268430
Lisa Barone https://plus.google.com/106967325646926628873
Lisa Myers https://plus.google.com/117942443067183917393
Martin Macdonald https://plus.google.com/110463184748301701886
Matt Cutts https://plus.google.com/109412257237874861202
Michael Gray https://plus.google.com/113469309872759209920
Nichola Stott https://plus.google.com/103245964321515080701
Patrick Altoft https://plus.google.com/115114306464554828486
Rand Fishkin https://plus.google.com/111294201325870406922
Richard Baxter https://plus.google.com/110038692833123703514
Rishi Lakhani https://plus.google.com/117569955590388746880
Samuel Crocker https://plus.google.com/116608496879606500913
Tom Critchlow https://plus.google.com/102717586677070253951
Wil Reynolds https://plus.google.com/105378806328377750709
Will Critchlow https://plus.google.com/106858636547986185729
I would like to add the KISSmetrics blog to the list. Its full of great summaries and tips on lots of different topics.
Nice inforgraphic, I’d probably add Vanessa Fox’s ‘Marketing in the Age of Google’ in the list of books.
Great infographic, and I agree with its contents. Actually, wish I had thought of this myself.
Nice job on this infography. If you want to do this in other langages i can help! (French SEO here).
Wow! Mike this is awesome.
Maybe add https://www.copyblogger.com/blog/ to ‘Blogs to Read?’ Great for SEOs new and old looking for content role models…
Oh my…when you said you we’re working on an infographic I had no idea it was going to be like this.
As a relative newcomer to SEO (almost a year now), it’s incredibly daunting to try and learn a discipline that’s constantly in flux.
I just wish I had something like this to help me out when I first began learning. Nice job!
p.s thanks for the mention :)
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