You can pay tens of thousands of dollars for great SEO help (and not-so-great SEO help!!). But if you’re willing to learn the ropes and do some research, you can get great search engine traffic on your own – for free or for very little $.
One of the better articles that stemmed from the ProBlogger post. I’m taking some of his ideas to heart and modifying my base theme.
Seems like a plugin that should probably be in my default install.
I’d like to learn more about SEO and these look like some good resources.
I like the idea of this service, but I’m not sure how I would get enough survey responses to be useful. I guess an exit survey on my sites would be one way, kind of like Microsoft does. Something to try when my schedule is at a managable level.
Wordtracker has made a free version of their suggestion tool available. Initial tests look promising.
I’d like to read this as a follow-up to Aaron Wall’s SEO book.
I’ve been reading good things about this ebook and would like to purchase it. (Again, this is a bit of a time limitation.)
I vaguely know that the search engines value links from .edu and .gov sites, but this tip provides an easy-to-use strategy to get those links.
This is a good tip in that it takes into account your actual competition vs. those you might think are your competition.