Blog Profiles: SEO Blogs, Part 1

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Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of optimizing online content to improve the chances that it will show as a top result on search engine results pages, which in turn generates more organic (unpaid) and quality traffic to your website.

Search engine guidelines are constantly changing and the companies are notoriously vague or secretive about how the algorithms work. Because of that, following the best SEO blogs is a great way to stay on top of the latest changes and make sure your SEO efforts are successful.

Like my lists of camping blogs, I couldn’t decide on only four SEO blogs to recognize. Keep an eye out for four more favorites posting on September 3.

Let’s jump in.

1. The Moz Blog

Moz has been around since 2004 and is one of the most trusted sites for learning about SEO. If you’ve never read their Beginner’s Guide to SEO, read it, learn it, bookmark it.

The blog is updated regularly and covers SEO advice, how-to’s, research, and more.

I’d also recommend checking out the site’s Whiteboard Friday video posts, in which experts simplify complicated SEO concepts in about 10 minutes — with the help of a whiteboard, of course.

Bookmark these posts: The Ultimate Guide to SEO Meta Tags, All Links are Not Created Equal: 20 New Graphics on Google’s Valuation of Links and 7 SEO Title Tag Hacks for Increased Rankings + Traffic

Follow @Moz on Twitter.

2. Search Engine Land

Search Engine Land is host of the popular SMX (Search Marketing Expo) conferences and covers “breaking stories, industry trends, feature announcements and product changes at popular platforms used by search marketers to reach consumers online.”

Topics include SEO — which also is broken down into mobile and local categories — search engine marketing, Google, Bing, and social media.

Sign up for the daily newsletter to receive a recap of the latest search-related news, pro tips, opinion pieces, and more.

Back to Basics: Do outbound links matter for SEO?, Low mobile page speed scores may be killing your traffic and Google made 3,200 changes to search in the past year were interesting reads.

Follow @sengineland on Twitter.

3. Neil Patel

Neil Patel is a bestselling author and one of the top experts on SEO and digital marketing. He has generated a dedicated following, with more than 300K followers for both his YouTube and Twitter profiles.

Patel’s site is broken down into four main sections: steps for creating a blog; learning about and using his SEO tools; continuing your SEO education through in-depth blog posts; and a podcast for further learning.

The blog content can be filtered by topic and includes posts on social media, content marketing, conversion rates, and entrepreneurship.

I recommend reading Advanced Hack: How to Improve Your SEO in Less Than 30 Minutes, How to Rank Your Old, Outdated Content and Is Blogging Still Worth it? [VIDEO].

Follow @neilpatel on Twitter.

4. Search Engine Journal

Search Engine Journal is a great resource for news and best practices in the SEO and social media industries. The site has several SEO-related guides for beginners, link building, tools, and technical SEO.

The “Ask an SEO” column answers readers’ top SEO questions and are some of my favorite posts to read.

I recommend checking out each section of the site – you’ll continue to find relevant articles to help you learn more about content and site optimization.

Check out these interesting posts: Top 5 Free Tools to Create an Online Survey, Revisiting Word Count in 2019 and Google Chrome Now Supports Dark Mode Preference.

Follow @sejournal on Twitter.

P.S. Ever wonder how we come up with ideas for our blog profiles? Our handy list of industries and subjects on PR Newswire for Journalists stays top of mind. If you’re a blogger or journalist looking for SEO or technology news, let us know. We can customize a newsfeed for you.

Rocky Parker works in Audience Relations at PR Newswire. Check out her previous posts for Beyond Bylines and connect on LinkedIn. When she’s not working, Rocky typically can be found cooking, binge watching a new show, or playing with her puppy, Hudson.

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