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I think the single greatest piece of content is the Periodic Table of
SEO Ranking Factors.
It's just a straight-up reference on the items that
matter. Sure it lacks narrative, but that's the point. I love the fact that it isn't a piece of literature, but a
scientific instrument. I have this on the wall in my home office and at
work, as it is a masterpiece of both form and function.
have a number.
this by eubanks due to the conversation nature
these kinds of posts by Shure, because it more showing what you could do rather than telling
these mind fuck pieces by AJ, that makes you reconsider your approach
things super witty from Revel like this
anything that guy content_muse writes. he's super fly.
right on! I dig it, thanks man!
Don't want to go all mushy on you, but this for the bigger picture:
The Art of SEO is what got me into web marketing
The Art of SEO is very good! I personally used "Secrets of SEO" by Danny Dover when I was first learning, after reading SEOmoz's beginner's guide to SEO
I read this book too. Danny's book helped me great a great job. His posts were always awesome on seomoz when he was there.
I like content that makes me go build something or allows me to learn something new hands on. This type of content literally made me better at my job.I'll narrow it down to these two from back in the day:http://www.distilled.net/excel-for-seo/http://seogadget.com/favourite-keyword-tools/One that was really recent that had a similar effect:http://www.seerinteractive.com/blog/screaming-frog-guide
Yeah definitely - this one has been very useful: http://www.distilled.net/blog/distilled/guide-to-google-docs-importxml/
Right on, I love posts that affirm action as well. One that I like that helps me bring a lot of stuff together is Annie Cushing's accumulation of SEO tools: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/lv?pli=1&key=0AlgVNSddFpwxdE9rbUZzVEVock5tODFOVWVqellWaWc&f=true&noheader=true&gid=12
Those are all amazing articles. The Excel for SEO one got me excited enough to talk to our financial analyst about Excel adn equipped me with the tools necessary to be able to learn a TON
This is just a single post about the larger topic of #RCS by Wil Reynolds:
I first heard him talk about it during a session at Affiliate Summit.
A great overview of modern day SEO > http://www.seoverflow.com/dealing-with-the-increasing-complexity-and-volume-of-seo-tasks/
For it's pure simplicity, something that is easily forgotten in the SEO industry > http://justinbriggs.org/sometimes-seo-is-just-seo
Another one I forgot to mention is Web Analytics 2.0 by Avinish Kaushik. That book blew my mind and I have been focused on data driven marketing ever since.
Aaron Wall's SEO Book (now free when you signup for his training program)
Advanced Guide to SEO (Neil Patel): http://www.inbound.org/articles/view/the-advanced-guide-to-seo
The Noob Guide to Link Building (Michael King) http://www.inbound.org/articles/view/the-noob-guide-to-link-building
Easy. I've got a few:
33 links and how to get them (by Justin Briggs): http://justinbriggs.org/33-links-and-how-to-get-them
We can do better than this (by Jonathon Coleman): http://www.jonathoncolman.org/2012/11/26/we-can-do-better-than-this/
60 SEO, social, conversion tips (by Richard Baxter): http://www.slideshare.net/richardbaxterseo/60-social-conversion-seo-mobile-tips
Several articles that impressed and inspired me:"Why Link Building Strategies Fail" by Adria Saracino >> http://www.seomoz.org/blog/why-link-building-strategies-fail"SEO Guide to Creating Viral Linkbait" by Ed Fry >> http://www.distilled.net/linkbait-guide/"Perfecting Pitches by Michael King >> http://www.slideshare.net/iacquire/perfecting-pitchesfinal And the "The Beginners Guide to SEO" of course! >> http://www.seomoz.org/http://www.seomoz.org/beginners-guide-to-seo
Certainly this one :P http://www.localseoguide.com/hitler-hears-about-google-search-plus-your-world/
This one's pretty great: http://www.quicksprout.com/the-advanced-guide-to-content-marketing
the advanced guide to SEO for sure: http://www.quicksprout.com/the-advanced-guide-to-seo/
One of my favorites not yet mentioned: http://www.rosshudgens.com/please-exit-the-link-building/