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A few weeks ago, I recognized a few of my favorite SEO blogs.
Since I follow so many of these sites for the latest news on search engines, social media, and digital marketing, I’m writing about four more this week.
Do you have another favorite SEO blog? Let us know in the comments.
Glenn Gabe is the founder of G-Squared Interactive, an online marketing consulting firm, and a digital marketing veteran with 20+ years of experience. The site’s blog, The Internet Marketing Driver, is full of helpful posts on the latest algorithm updates and best practices in digital marketing.
Gabe’s in-depth blog posts offer detailed analyses of the latest Google algorithm changes and include plenty of visuals, which I love.
He also uses his expertise to craft helpful coverage of advanced SEO topics, helping readers learn more about these tough-to-understand subjects.
Check out these interesting posts: Google’s Core Algorithm Updates and The Power of User Studies: How Real Feedback From Real People Can Help Site Owners Surface Website Quality Problems (And More); and NOT taking the (canonical) hint: How to estimate a low-quality indexing problem by page type using Google Analytics, Search Console, SEMrush, and Advanced Query Operators.
Follow @glenngabe on Twitter.
Based in the Netherlands, Yoast is one of the most popular WordPress plugins. It offers features like keyword optimization, content freshness monitoring, readability scores, and more.
The Yoast blog is full of reader-friendly posts to help anyone learn more about SEO, from the basics to more advanced topics like technical SEO and analytics.
I’d also recommend signing up for the weekly newsletter to stay abreast of the latest SEO tips and Yoast features.
Follow @yoast on Twitter.
3. SEMrush Blog
Based in Boston, SEMrush is an SEO optimization platform popular among online marketers, bloggers, and small- and mid-size companies. Since its founding 11 years ago, SEMrush has grown to a user base of more than 4 million people.
Some of the regular blog posts include Weekly Wisdom, short videos from industry experts, and Google News Digest, which breaks down recent changes at Google, of which there are many.
Follow @semrush on Twitter.
Search Engine Watch was founded more than 20 years ago and is a trusted source of search engine news and information that will help sites rank better online.
Content covers the latest updates in a variety of search-related fields, so readers will always have well-rounded knowledge of current SEO and SEM goings-on. Some of the more unique posts cover things like video and image SEO, local SEO tips, and accelerated mobile pages (AMP).
Technical SEO checklist: a webmaster’s guide to on-page optimisation; Where paywall content stands with SEO: A focus on user experience; and How to master LinkedIn’s algorithm to boost engagement are great reads.
Follow @sewatch on Twitter.
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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.