An Excellent SEO Basics Resource From An Excellent Source

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In case you haven’t yet caught this series, you really should check out the “SEO 101: Everything You Need To Know About SEO (But Were Afraid To Ask)” continuing saga on Search Engine Guide written by Stoney deGeyter. The series started in mid-January, 2010 and is currently up to part 14 (of 15 or so planned in total). As Stoney says, “The following series is pulled from a presentation I gave to a group of beauty bloggers hosted by L’Oreal in New York. Most of the presentation is geared toward how to make a blog more search engine and user-friendly, however I will expand many of the concepts here to include tips and strategies for sites selling products or services across all industries.”

Covering everything from site architecture to content, each part of the series is an easy read, but yet full of the good, basic type of information that normally would require a lot of searching the digesting of a pile of data to put together by yourself. Even if you’ve been doing this for awhile, you are bound to find some tidbits here to teach you something new or twig your memory about a technique you had almost forgotten. These type of series, which force me to put my mind in organizational mode, work well for those of us who need a little help with keeping things on track and set up in neat little piles.

I encourage you to read the posts from the beginning and be sure to catch the last couple as they come out. Here’s a link to the first in the series. The links to each subsequent post can be found at the bottom of each entry.

Happy weekend reading!

About the Author

Frances Krug has worked in market research since graduating from UCLA with an MA and CPhil in Latin American history. As an editor and online content provider for the last 7 years, she currently is Associate Editor at iNET Interactive, where she also directs Search Marketing Standard's email marketing program.

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