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How to Strat a Profitable Seo Agency: Step by Step

From Web Design to SEO: A Journey of Transformation Learn the journey of a web designer who built a successful SEO agency. Discover the process, the challenges, the solutions, and the rewards of this transformative journey. Get insights into finding clients, pricing your services, and balancing SEO with your current job. Introduction I was a fresh college graduate, grossly underpaid as a web designer just three years ago. I quickly realized that web design alone wasn’t going to pay my bills, let alone help me get wealthy. So, I embarked on a journey to build my SEO agency, now making multiple six figures. I’ve got an SEO team, and I still get to enjoy the benefits and the fun of designing websites. In this blog post, I’m going to break down every single step of that process. The Realization Not too long ago, I was a college student studying web design and development. I was incredibly frustrated with my college experience. I didn’t feel like I was learning what I wanted to learn, and I certainly wasn’t looking forward to writing out a resume and applying for jobs after graduation. They were only going to pay me maybe $40,000 or $50,000 a year, and that just wasn’t something that I wanted to do. The First Steps With just a few semesters left, I started building my web design agency. I started finding clients, mostly through word of mouth, and I did start to make a little bit of money. But I was working from website to website. Some months I would make a lot of money, some months I would make nothing and meet no new clients. I quickly realized that while this freelance lifestyle was something that could make me good money, it wasn’t consistent, it wasn’t predictable. The Need for Something More I determined that I needed to bring an additional service or expertise into my freelance agency to provide value to my clients but also convince them that they should stick with me for the long term and pay me every month for these services. I looked into a lot of different residual services that I could offer as a freelancer. First, I looked into running ads on Google and social media. While that is a great way to make money and a great way to provide value for your clients, at first, that was intimidating to me. I was not ready to convince a business to spend five or ten thousand dollars per month on ads just so I could pocket a small percentage of that. It was really kind of nerve-wracking because I was dealing with huge amounts of money or I would be dealing with huge amounts of money and only making a little bit. I just felt like that was overwhelming to me. The Discovery of SEO It was at this point that I came across SEO. The thing that I loved about SEO was that people were paying me for my time and my expertise, but I didn’t have to roll over and spend all of that money on ads. With an SEO campaign, people were paying me to optimize their website, do outreach, create content, and all these things that were a lot easier for me to do under less stress. Also, my margins were a lot better. Certainly, over time, my margins have gone significantly better, and also the results that I’ve gotten for clients have gotten a lot better. I found SEO to be the perfect service to add in addition to my web design services. SEO stands for search engine optimization and is a series of tasks that we can do to a business’s website to get them to show up organically on Google search. There are a lot of different things that go into an SEO campaign that we’re going to touch on during this blog post. But again, the nicest part about SEO is it is a long-term service. If you set expectations correctly, it typically takes between six to nine months to get any sort of noticeable results for your clients. So they’re willing to give you a chance. Of course, if you sell it properly, they’re willing to give you a chance to spend that six to nine to 12 months to do everything that you need to start. The Misconceptions about SEO To many, SEO seems like a kind of dark magic service that is nothing but hacks and tricks to appeal to Google search. That’s not the case at all. Traditionally, SEO was a very technical service that was only offered or done by these technical coders. It was like its own specialty. A lot of people, particularly web designers, have this mentality that it’s something outside of their realm because it’s too technical or you have to have this crazy knowledge of algorithms or all these different things. Frankly, that’s not the case. The Perfect Service for Web Designers I quickly realized that SEO is the perfect service to learn and offer as a web designer. The biggest reason for that is you just built their website. You know their website better than anybody else. So, for you to then take that website and start optimizing it for Google search, you’re able to provide a ton more value to these clients. Now, rather than just paying you a couple hundred or a couple thousand dollars for a website, they’re going to pay you that big chunk for the website and then those payments are going to continue month after month. The Value of SEO Every month that you run that SEO campaign on the website that you built, it adds more value to that website. So your clients love you even more because they’re saying, “Wow, I love the way the website looks, but now I’m loving even more the way that it’s performing and it’s making us money.” That is why I love SEO and that’s why I determined

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Google Discover | How to Get Traffic From Google Discover Feed

Discover on Desktop – A Comprehensive Guide to SEO and Traffic Boost Hello, I’m Rajat Rastogi from Internet Gurukul, and in this video, we’re delving deep into Google Discover. By the end of this video, you’ll have a comprehensive understanding of how to make the most of Google Discover. Let’s start with a quick overview for those new to the concept. Discover is a personalized feed, offering users a continuous stream of news, articles, web stories, and videos tailored to their preferences and browsing history. Initially, it was available on Android devices through the Google app and Chrome. It also appeared on the primary home screen, just a swipe away from the home page. Moreover, in some instances, users could access it by swiping left. This personalized feed also extends to iPhone users through the Google app and Chrome. And soon, it’ll be available on the Chrome browser for desktop platforms. As Discover expands to desktops, the traffic it generates will surge. To make your way into Google Discover, you need to consider several key factors. There are a total of 15 crucial points to cover, ensuring that your web page and website are optimized for this feature. Let’s break these points down: Don’t Miss: SEO Updates from Last Month: A Comprehensive Roundup 1. Image Quality: Ensure your web page features high-quality images with a width of at least 1200 pixels. Quality is key here, as blurry, pixelated, or poorly lit images won’t cut it. 2. Meta Tag Setting: Set the max image preview robots meta tag to ‘large’ on your web page. This tag dictates how Google displays your page’s images in the preview. 3. Logo Usage: Avoid using your website’s logo excessively, particularly as a social media sharing card. Use it sparingly in graphics and refrain from using it in social media sharing cards. 4. Meta Title: Ensure that your page’s title aligns with its content. The title is prominently featured in Google Discover and should accurately represent the page’s content. 5. Avoid Exaggeration: Refrain from sensationalism in titles, descriptions, and thumbnails. Clickbait may increase click-through rates but can also result in dissatisfaction if the content doesn’t match the hype. 6. Content Relevance: Create content that is either aligned with current trends or offers unique insights. Google Discover users are looking for interesting and informative content. 7. RSS Feed: Ensure that your website has an RSS feed enabled. Google uses this feed to populate Discover. Most websites already have this enabled. 8. No Blocking RSS Feed: Do not block or disallow your RSS feed URL in robots.txt, as this can hinder Googlebot from accessing it. 9. Keep RSS Feed Updated: Prevent your caching plugin from caching RSS feed URLs to keep them updated for Google to crawl. 10. Allow Follow Feature: Make sure your website has a ‘follow RSS feed’ or ‘follow Atom feed’ feature. This allows users and bots to stay updated without visiting the page directly. 11. RSS Feed Title and Link Elements: Verify that your RSS feed URL includes title and link elements. This is crucial for Google to display your content correctly in Google Discover. 12. Adherence to Google Policies: Abide by Google’s policies, avoiding vulgarity, hate speech, extremism, scams, and harassment in your content. Google will not allow pages with such content to appear in Discover. 13. Sponsored Content Disclosure: Clearly mark all sponsored content on your page so that users can easily identify it. Transparency is crucial for sponsored content. 14. Political Affiliation Disclosure: If your content is affiliated with a political party, provide a clear disclosure of your content. 15. Author and Contact Information: Share clear information about the author, publisher, and contact details of your website. Transparency and accessibility are key. By implementing these steps, you can significantly improve your chances of appearing in Google Discover and reap the rewards of increased web traffic. Get on Discover | Google Search Central | Documentation Hear a Related search of  Discovery  Discover on Desktop Windows 10: Google is testing its popular Discover feed for desktop users. The Discover feed, as seen on mobile devices, will likely venture to the Google.com web home page very soon when users visit the site on their desktop browsers. However, as of mid-2021, you cannot access Discover on your desktop as Google has only made it around the mobile experience.    Discover on Desktop Android: Google is testing its Discover feed on the desktop version of the search page, similar to the mobile version. This feature is currently in the experimental phase for some users in India.   Google Discover on Desktop Chrome: Google is testing its Discover feed on the desktop version of the search page, similar to the mobile version. However, as of mid-2021, you cannot access Discover on your desktop as Google has only made it around the mobile experience.    Discover for Windows 10: There isn’t specific information about Discover for Windows 10. However, Microsoft has added a news and weather feed to the Windows 10 taskbar which is similar to Google Discover.   Discover Extension: There isn’t a specific  Discover extension. However, content is automatically eligible to appear in Discover if it is indexed by Google and meets Discover’s content policies.    Feed on Desktop: Google is testing a new Discover Feed on its desktop homepage in India. This feed will show users recommended content, such as news headlines, weather forecasts, sports scores, and stock information.    Discover on Mobile: Discover is a mobile experience that lets you discover content you didn’t even know you needed. It’s intended to help you discover content from around the web that pertains to your interests.   Google Discover on Android: To have a look at Discover, simply open the Google app, as Discover should be enabled by default. If you’re running stock Android on certain devices, you may be able to swipe right on the home screen as a shortcut. FAQ: Q1: Can I get Google Discover on my PC? Discover is now becoming

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Understanding Google’s Indexing Problems and Recent Updates 2023

Google’s Indexing Problems and Recent Updates

Understanding Google’s Indexing Problems and Recent Updates Hello everyone, I am Rajat Rastogi from Internetgurukul.com. In today’s blog post, we will be discussing Google’s indexing problems and the solution to recent updates. The Problem with Google Many of us have issues with Google. Some complain that Google is not indexing their website, while others grumble that their high-quality content is not ranking. Some are worried about their content being stolen and not ranked by Google. With Google releasing updates one after the other, it’s natural to feel a sense of panic and confusion. The Cost of Running a Search Engine Have you ever wondered what hardware is needed to make a search engine? And how many staff would be needed? Google is not going to share its own process and hardware information. But let’s look at the hardware and staff requirements of a normal search engine. We will need crawling servers, web servers, load balancers, database servers, and caching servers. And along with that, we will need a massive bandwidth network connection. And if we talk about staff, we need DevOps engineers, software engineers, data engineers, and support staff. Together, we will also need project managers. If we make a normal search engine that only indexes 10 lakh pages and only handles 1 lakh searches every day, then the cost of such a search engine will be around 50 lakh rupees per month. Now Google indexes crores of pages and handles 850 crore visits every day. You can estimate the cost for Google. According to Google’s documents, in 2022, it spent around 2 lakh crores on its infrastructure. This amount is more than the budget of the entire state of Punjab and a little less than Tamil Nadu. High-Quality Content Google does not want to crawl or index any page that does not add value. Whose content is not good. Which the user is not searching. Which no one wants to read. We turn around and come to the same keyword – high-quality content. But what is high-quality content? It is essential to understand this because everyone says that indexing should also have high-quality content and ranking should also have high-quality content. High quality is a relative term. On one page, the sign of the adjective high quality can go to the other page quality or dangerous content can also be made. So maybe Google system is not able to confidently decide the quality. In conclusion, understanding Google’s indexing problems and recent updates can help us better optimize our websites for search engines. Remember that high-quality content is key to getting indexed and ranked by Google. The Challenge of Quality Content Google uses a lot of direct and indirect signals to determine the quality of content. For instance, Google almost always indexes the homepage of every website, regardless of whether the sitemap is submitted or not, or whether backlinks are made or not. Google takes data from the domain registrar and indexes the homepage of the website. But whether it will index other pages or not depends on a lot of different signals. These signals include the quality of the content on the homepage, internal linking, and whether the website has submitted the sitemap or not. Google gives a hint in its quality raters guideline, but most SEOs are not able to judge their content on their basis. The Expectation of High-Quality Content Google expects you to compare your content with the best content, not with the worst content. Remember, I told you at the beginning of the video, what is the estimate of Google’s expenses? Well, the truth is that so much content has been published that even if your content is better than 70% of your niche or industry website, Google doesn’t want to index it because there is no need for it. The Limitations of AI Systems Humans don’t make all these screening, crawling, and indexing decisions. Google is taking AI systems. And along with AI systems, you should always remember one thing. This is a very simple thing but almost everyone is ignoring it right now in the SEO world. That is, these AI systems are never 100% accurate. 100% accuracy has not been in Google’s system for many years. And it’s fine for Google because as I just said, the internet is very big and it is growing very fast. No manual system can do this task for Google. The bad thing is that they will work with less accurate AI systems. The Impact on SEO So how can an SEO understand whether its content is worth indexing or not? Or whether it is worth ranking or not? Well, there are two ways and both are not easy. There are two ways – number one is user satisfaction and number two is your experience. User satisfaction is not something you can find in GA, GST, SEMrush, or any tool. Bounce rate, and session duration – these are all useless metrics. The real metric is how many users are coming to your website again and again. How many times are people sharing your pages on social media? And how much natural link is your content earning? User Satisfaction and Experience User satisfaction and experience are two key factors that can help an SEO understand whether their content is worth indexing or not, or whether it is worth ranking or not. Customer happiness is determined by how many users are coming to your website again and again, how many times people are sharing your pages on social media, and how many natural links your content is earning. How many times is it happening that people are naturally linking your article to their website? All of these little things help Google understand that your website is more helpful for a particular niche or query, and it should rank it. Your experience as an SEO or a webmaster also plays a crucial role. If you understand that your content is valuable and people visiting your website are constantly

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SEO Updates Last Month

SEO updates Last Month

SEO Updates from Last Month: A Comprehensive Roundup Hello everyone, I am Rajat Rastogi from internetgurukul.com. Welcome to our special monthly blog series, SEO Updates Last Month, where we bring you all the SEO news, views, and updates from the previous month, complete with their official links. Special Highlight: Google’s Search Central Live Event This month’s video has something special. On September 25th, Google’s Search Central Live event took place in Delhi. Some of you had the opportunity to meet people, take photos, and engage in discussions with Google’s team. Google Updates Site Names in Search Results The first news is from Google. On September 7th, Google announced that site names will now be available in all languages on both desktop and mobile search results pages. These site names can be set using schema data. Language Search Updates On September 8, Google announced some updates about searches in different languages. Google can now automatically translate the answers of one language search from the page of another language. If there is content in more than one language on your website, then you will have to indicate the language of that page through the URL structure or hyperlink tags. YouTube Ad Controls On September 7th, YouTube announced new ad controls. Until now, YouTube creators could decide whether to show ads in the middle of a video or not. But from November, all this will change. Creators will either be able to turn on the ad in the video or turn it off. How to show ads and where to show ads will be decided by YouTube. Meta Updates On September 8th, Meta announced that you can now search for posts on the Threads app. Until now, you could only search for users on Threads, not posts. Google Search Console Updates for E-commerce Websites On September 11th, Google Search Console announced some updates for e-commerce websites. From now on, you will also see a report called Shopping Tab Listing in the Search Console. In this report, you will get information about your products that were visible in Google’s Shopping tab but are not visible now. Google Merchant Center and Google Search Console Integration Your Google Merchant Center account and Google Search Console should be connected to get more details from the page. Advertisers and Political Parties As advertisers, we should remain neutral. If any party contacts you to run an advert or to do SEO, then take money for the project. Don’t think about who to follow. Take money from anyone. They are doing their business. You do your business. Schema Data Updates On September 14th, Google removed How-to type schema data from the desktop as well. Before this, on August 8th, Google announced that they were removing How-to type results from the mobile. BARD Updates On September 19th, Google’s chat GPT, which is BARD, announced a lot of updates. Let’s see them one by one: Multilingual Capabilities: You can start talking to BARD in one language and then you can continue in more than 40 languages. Integration with Google Products: BARD can now fetch information from Google’s other products like Map, YouTube, Flight, and Hotels. Access to Google Drive, Google Docs, and Gmail: BARD can now fetch information from Google Drive, Google Docs, and Gmail and show it to you. Shared Chats: You can have a conversation with the shared chats. Controversy with BARD’s Shared URL Gagan discovered on 26th September that BARD’s shared URL is being indexed by Google and is even shown in search results. Thanks to Gagan’s discovery, Google removed this mistake on 29th September. Google Analytics Updates Google Analytics has launched a new report for e-commerce websites called Checkout Journey Report. Meta Facebook Updates Another news from 19th September is from Meta aka Facebook. Meta aka Facebook has launched a new business-based platform that is slowly rolling out to businesses. Meta Facebook Business Platform Facebook has launched a new business-based platform that is slowly rolling out to businesses. They have set a low rate of $21.99 for Instagram and Facebook. If you pay $34.99, you will get a blue tick on both Instagram and Facebook. This is a useful feature for businesses as it offers better customer support and increased visibility on these platforms. Microsoft Video and CTV Ads On 20 September, Microsoft launched video and CTV ads. CTV stands for Connected Television. These ads will be shown on different streaming apps like MSN, CNN, Hulu, Washington Post, Journal, People, etc. According to Microsoft, these ads are very simple to create and they will use Microsoft’s AI system to create and run both. Google Ads Automatic Creation On 20 September, Google Ads automatically created Google Ads for all users. This feature will be available in 7 other languages Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, and Spanish. Microsoft’s Disavow Tool On 21st September, Microsoft announced that in October, Microsoft’s Disavow tool and its API would stop working. Like Google’s Disavow tool, Microsoft’s Disavow tool also gives a feature to a webmaster that can block links from a website. Wix Supports IndexNow Protocol The second news of 21st September is also from Microsoft. Microsoft has announced that the website builder platform Wix will now support the IndexNow protocol. YouTube Updates Another news of 21st September is from YouTube. YouTube has announced 5 new features in its Made for YouTube event. These features are yet to come or are in beta testing. YouTube’s Search Assistant YouTube will launch a new feature called Search Assistant, which will suggest the best music to put in your videos through chat. This AI-based feature will help creators choose the right music for their videos. Google’s Search Central Live Event On September 25th, Google’s Search Central Live event took place in Delhi. The event was a great opportunity for networking and strengthening relationships with Google executives. However, no unique information was shared that could be of interest to a normal search professional. Meta Facebook AI Announcements On 27th September, Meta Facebook made some AI announcements. You will be able to use AI stickers on Meta platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp. On Instagram, AI-based image recognition will be

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Is SEO Dead The Future of SEO in the Age of AI

Is SEO Dead? The Future of SEO in the Age of AI- Internet Gurukul

Is SEO Dead? The Future of SEO in the Age of AI SEO, or Search Engine Optimization, has been a buzzword in the digital marketing world for years. But with the advent of AI technologies like Chat GPT and Google’s BARD, many are questioning the future of SEO. Is SEO dead? Let’s delve into this topic. The Advent of AI in Content Creation The success of OpenAI’s Chat GPT has revolutionized content creation. This AI model can generate human-like text, making it a powerful tool for content generation. Microsoft has integrated Chat GPT into its search engine, providing direct answers to user queries. Google is not far behind. In its recent IEO, Google announced the introduction of BARD, an alternative to Chat GPT. With these advancements, one might wonder: if AI can generate content, what is the role of an SEO expert or a digital marketer? The Human Touch in SEO While it’s true that AI is superior in terms of knowledge and content generation, it lacks one crucial aspect: human experience. Many people watch videos or read blogs because they are interested in the author’s point of view. They want to understand different perspectives, which is something AI cannot provide. For instance, you might be watching this video not just for information but to understand my perspective on the topic. This is where humans have an edge over AI. We can share our experiences and opinions, something that AI cannot replicate. The Future of SEO: Experience Over Information If your SEO strategy relies solely on generating informational content, you might be replaced by AI or even a kid who knows English and can reframe the content generated by AI. But SEO is not just about providing information. Google’s EAT (Expertise, Authority, Trustworthiness) algorithm emphasizes the importance of experience. If you share your unique experiences or review products from your perspective, you add value that AI cannot replicate. For example, if I share my experience of visiting Dubai, it adds value because it’s my unique experience. In such cases, AI cannot replace us. Technical SEO and Voice Searches In terms of technical SEO and voice searches, there might be changes in the future. AI might suggest website optimizations or even perform them automatically. However, regular searches are not going anywhere. Despite the buzz around voice searches since 2016-17, they have not replaced regular searches. Google’s revenue is increasing, indicating that searches are on the rise. The Three Types of SEO Queries and Their Future SEO is not just about providing information. It’s about understanding the user’s intent behind a search query. There are three types of queries in SEO: informational, navigational, and transactional. Let’s discuss how each of these might be affected by AI. Informational Queries Informational queries are those where users are seeking information, such as “What is SEO” or “How to do keyword research”. If your SEO strategy relies solely on answering these types of queries, you might be replaced by AI. However, if you’re sharing your unique experiences or perspectives, you add a value that AI cannot replicate. Navigational Queries Navigational queries are those where users are looking for a specific website or page, such as “best restaurant in location X”. In this case, local SEO will continue to play a crucial role. Google earns revenue from local SEO, so it’s unlikely that AI will replace it. Transactional Queries Transactional queries are those where users intend to complete a transaction, such as “buy iPhone 12”. Most transactional queries are already dominated by Google Ads. So, the future of transactional queries lies with Google Ads. The Role of Experience in SEO The future of SEO lies in sharing unique experiences and perspectives. Google’s EAT (Expertise, Authority, Trustworthiness) algorithm emphasizes the importance of experience. If you share your unique experiences or review products from your perspective, you add value that AI cannot replicate. For instance, if I share my experience of visiting Dubai, it adds value because it’s my unique experience. In such cases, AI cannot replace us. Link Building and Audience Engagement Link building is another crucial aspect of SEO that AI cannot replace. It’s not just about leaving links in the comment section or on random websites. It’s about building relationships and engaging with your audience. For example, if two YouTube channels with specific audiences collaborate and feature each other on their channels, they exchange audiences. This is the essence of link building – gaining trust and audience from other websites because they want to mention you, not because you paid them. The Future of SEO: Adapt and Evolve In conclusion, while certain aspects of SEO might change with advancements in AI, SEO as a whole is not dead. The future of SEO lies in sharing unique experiences and perspectives that AI cannot replicate. So instead of asking if SEO is dead, we should focus on how we can adapt and evolve our SEO strategies in this age of AI. SEO for Business Growth: The Future is Bright SEO plays a crucial role in business growth. As AI technologies advance, the demand for SEO experts who understand these changes and can adapt their strategies accordingly will increase. This means more job opportunities in the field of SEO. However, not everyone will benefit from these changes. Those who fail to understand and adapt to these changes might find themselves out of work. On the other hand, those who embrace these changes and learn to work with AI will see their value and salaries increase. SEO Course Launch We have recently launched an SEO course.  We are offering a special discount for our audience. This course covers everything about SEO. As soon as AI is rolled out in India, we will update the course to include how to use AI for SEO. We will also cover how to rank in the top 3 results on Google’s BARD. Conclusion Internet Gurukul provides an excellent AI SEO Course that focuses on the future of SEO Services. This course teaches businesses

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The Best SEO Websites for Learning and Improving Your Search Rankings -Internet Gurukul

The Best SEO Websites for Learning and Improving Your Search Rankings At Internetgurukul, we understand the importance of staying up-to-date with the latest SEO trends and techniques to improve search engine rankings. That’s why we’ve scoured the internet to find the best SEO websites for learning and improving your search rankings. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is an important aspect of digital marketing that can significantly impact the success of your online business. Here are the seven best SEO websites that we’ve found: Search Engine Journal Search Engine Land Search Engine RoundTable Neil Patel Moz Ahrefs Yoast SEMrush Backlinko Similarweb Google Search and SEO Blog Tubular Labs Blog 1. Search Engine Journal Search Engine Journal is another highly regarded SEO website that offers a variety of helpful resources, including guides, tutorials, and news articles. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned SEO pro, you’ll find valuable information on Search Engine Journal. Search Engine Journal, or SEJ for short, is an online publication that covers a wide range of topics related to digital marketing. Founded in 2003 by Loren Baker, SEJ has since grown into one of the most popular and respected sources of digital marketing news and advice. SEJ offers a variety of content formats, including articles, podcasts, and webinars, and is known for its in-depth coverage of important topics in the digital marketing industry. Its mission is to provide valuable insights and practical advice to help businesses and marketers succeed online. 2. Search Engine Land “Search Engine Land” is a website that’s dedicated to providing its audience with the latest news and insights in the world of search engine optimization (SEO). Whether you’re a marketer, a website owner, or simply someone interested in how search engines work, this website has something for you. One of the things that set “Search Engine Land” apart from other SEO resources is its team of expert contributors. These industry professionals regularly share their knowledge and experience to help readers stay on top of the ever-changing SEO landscape. In addition to its informative articles, “Search Engine Land” also offers a variety of other resources, including webinars, conferences, and whitepapers. This makes it a one-stop shop for anyone who wants to learn more about SEO and stay ahead of the curve. 3. Search Engine Roundtable Search Engine Roundtable is an online platform that covers news and discussions related to the search engine industry. Founded by Barry Schwartz in 2003, Search Engine Roundtable has since become a popular source of information and analysis for SEO specialists, webmasters, and digital marketing professionals. The website covers a wide range of topics related to search engines, including updates to Google’s algorithms, changes to search results pages, and new developments in paid search and local search. It also features discussions on topics like link building, keyword research, and content creation. One of the unique features of Search Engine Roundtable is its daily “search pulse” posts, which provide a quick summary of the latest news and updates in the search engine industry. The website also has an active forum where users can ask questions and discuss topics related to search engine optimization and digital marketing. 4. Neil Patel Neil Patel is a well-known digital marketer who has worked with a variety of high-profile companies. His website provides a range of helpful resources, including blog posts, webinars, and courses, that can help you improve your search engine rankings. 5. Moz Moz is a highly respected SEO website that offers a wealth of resources for beginners and advanced users alike. From its popular Whiteboard Friday videos to its helpful blog posts, Moz is a go-to resource for anyone looking to improve their SEO knowledge. 6. Ahrefs Ahrefs is a popular SEO tool that provides a range of features to help you improve your search engine rankings. Their blog is also an excellent resource for SEO information, covering topics such as keyword research, link building, and content marketing. Their website offers a range of features, including keyword research, site audits, and backlink analysis. In addition to these features, Ahrefs also has a blog that covers a variety of SEO topics, including link building, keyword research, and content marketing. 7. Yoast Yoast is a popular SEO plugin for WordPress that can help you optimize your website for search engines. Their blog also provides a wealth of information on SEO best practices, including content creation, site structure, and keyword research. Their website offers a range of resources, including guides, tutorials, and a blog that covers a wide range of topics. Yoast’s content is beginner-friendly and can help you improve your website’s SEO, even if you have little to no prior knowledge. 8. SEMrush SEMrush is another popular SEO tool that provides a range of features to help you improve your search engine rankings. Their blog is also a great resource for SEO information, covering topics such as on-page optimization, local SEO, and content marketing. We like it very much, SEMrush Tool. It’s like an SEO Team Partner 9. Backlinko Backlinko is a highly regarded SEO blog that provides in-depth guides and case studies on a variety of SEO topics. The site’s founder, Brian Dean, is a well-respected figure in the SEO industry, and his advice is highly sought after by marketers and website owners. Backlinko is a popular SEO website that is known for its in-depth articles and case studies. Their articles cover a range of SEO topics, including link building, content marketing, and on-page optimization. Backlinko’s founder, Brian Dean, is also known for his expertise in link building, which is reflected in the website’s content. 10. Similarweb Similarweb is a website that offers digital market intelligence services, including website analytics and competitive analysis. The platform provides insights into website traffic, user engagement, and other metrics that can be used to optimize a website’s performance and improve its search engine rankings. Similarweb’s data is based on a variety of sources, including web crawlers, panel data, and public data sets, and it can be used by marketers,

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