|For online marketers, there is an abundance of tools, news, and other resources that you can use to aid you with your SEO campaigns. In fact there might be too much information out there. Or maybe it's just a case of not being enough of the "right stuff" out there. I was curious as to what online marketers and site owners are looking for in terms of SEO 101? What are the topics that you would like specific information on? It could be best practices, it could be search engine stats, identifying SEO key performance indicators and such. Over the next few weeks, I would like to hear for you, the readers of SEO-Space, as to what information you would like to have access to that will help you with your online marketing campaign.
I'm not going to set up a poll or a feedback form, I want to keep it simple. I would simply like to hear from you via comments to this post, or by dropping us an email.
Here is a partial list to get you thinking:
We could go on and on, but you get the idea. We want to know what you would like to see as part of an SEO 101 offering. If you have questions about SEO, chances are someone else will have the same question as well. Tell us what you would like to know about SEO.
- How to Leverage RSS
- How to setup a blog
- How to build links through blogging
- How to identify proper KPIs for search
- How to optimize Video
- How to set up Google and Yahoo Alerts
- How to use Google Webmaster Tools
- How to externalize scripting
- How to identify proper keywords
- Tools that you can use to identify up and coming online competitors
- How to write proper meta data
- Best practices for local search optimization
- SEO best practices for Google
- SEO best practices for Yahoo
- Why is link building important?
- How do I sell SEO to my boss?
- What are the benefits of SEO?
- Why should we use SEO?
- Tools for finding stats on the search engines
- What is better sub-domains or sub folders?
- Which analytics package should I use?
- How to create an optimized sitemap
- How to leverage widgets
- What are the best SEO blogs out there?
- How do I implement a URL re-writer?
Labels: best practices, SEO 101