SEO is one of the important terms of blogging that we should directly deal with. No matter how brilliant the content of your site if it is not optimized for search engines, you will definitely have a hard time attracting traffic to your site and ranking better in search engine results. You cannot just sit there and hope that people will find your blog. You have to optimize the contents of your site because search engines such as Google and Yahoo! are after all, still the largest source of traffic by far. In my case, I usually get more than half of my traffic from search engines.
This site provides fantastic advice about technical issues related to SEO as well looking at search analytics. The best thing about this site is that, it’s being maintained by the person behind Google Webmaster Central, Vanessa Fox.
This site will keep you stay informed about conversations on the hottest SEO discussion boards (e.g. Cre8asite, WebmasterWorld, DigitalPoint, etc.) without having to read them, this blog is your first stop.
SEO Chat is a good place to go for SEO advice. The forums provide its member a venue to discuss and look for tested solutions to SEO issues. It also offers offers a huge list of tools that you can use to improve your SEO endeavors. One of the best tools I have found on the website is the Keyword Difficulty Checker.
SEO Book offers marketing tips, search analysis, online business tips, and general commentary on the evolution of the web. The blog is able to capture key points and observations on both SEO tactics and issues in short and interesting posts.
Black Hat search engine optimization is customarily defined as the practice of using unethical techniques to make your search rankings go up. The SEO Black Hat Blog offers articles on Blackhat SEO, Linkbait & Link Spamming. Learn the tactics and use it to your advantage.
Search Engine Journal specializes in a community approach to the reporting of search engine news & the sharing of Search Engine Marketing knowledge and tactics.What I find useful from this blog are its regular “top lists” and top SEO add-ons for Firefox, top Google AdWords reports, etc.
Keep abreast with the internal thinkings of Google about what’s acceptable and unacceptable SEO. Google’s search spam fighting czar Matt Cutts actually maintains an interesting blog about gadgets, google, and SEO.
Checkout Google Webmaster Central Blog for official advice, tips and news directly from the people at Google who build tools to support site owners looking to increase their traffic. This site serves as a one-stop shop for webmaster resources that will help you with your crawling and indexing questions, introduce you to offerings that can enhance and increase traffic to your site, and connect you with your visitors.
A news and information site covering search engine marketing, searching issues and the search engine industry by by more than 50 SEO experts. If you want to keep up with search marketing news on a daily basis, then you must check out this site.
SEOmoz Blog provides the web’s best community, tools and educational resources for people and companies engaged in Internet marketing and search engine optimization. The information you can find here are geared so that the inexperienced user can learn the basics of search engine optimization.