Tuesday, July 20, 2010

ROUND-UP: Our favourite SEO-related web resources!


Okay, so, maybe it's kind of boring, but strategic SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is an element of responsible web ownership that should be considered for anyone trying to establish a presence using the interweb. Not sure how to approach it? Below are some of our favourite websites on the topic of SEO (and, oh boy, are they Google searchable!)

1) Toronto SEO Workshop

With the Toronto SEO Workshop website, Rob Maurin, a former editor at Toronto Life magazine, has created an easy-to-understand guide that gives webmasters for small business and print media sites tips on how to implement SEO.

For a sample, check out his Google Keyword Tool 101 video tutorial:



Not only is Matt Cutts of Gadgets, Google & SEO the head of Google's webspam team, but he was also the man who wrote the first version of Google's SafeSearch feature. Needless to say, he knows a thing or two about searching stuff works.

His site features a lot of official Google stuff, such as the SEO site advice video below.



Search Engine Watch is kind of a big deal; it is most readily explained as an amassment of articles relating to Search Engines in general, and is sure to feature something you can relate to somewhere in the mass.

Here are some examples of the kind of articles you can find on Search Engine Watch.



The SEO Wordtracker blog is essentially a guide for anyone from a beginner to a well-versed SEO guy, and has some really great resources.

As with the above, here are some examples of articles one can find on the SEO Wordtracker blog.


Based in Seattle, SEOmoz calls itself as providing "leading on-demand software platform for search marketers worldwide, including the top search engine optimization educational information and resources." Yep, we agree with that. The blog is especially helpful for essays that can learn exactly what you need for your website, specifically.

For an example about what they talk about, check out the pie graph below.


GOOD LUCK SEOing!

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