Anyone interested in search engine optimization will find lots of great information online, from people who share their expertise freely. We'll be doing a lot of that with our blog, and we also recommend the following tools and sources of information.
Our own dictionary of SEO, SMM and SEM terms.
Pretty much the most authoritative site about SEO, with great resources including video tutorials.
We read once (wish we could remember where) that if Google is God, Matt Cutts is the voice of God. Matt heads up Google's Search Quality Group and posts news about what Google is doing and why.
Discussions of search engines, SEO, and changes to search algorithms.
The first place everyone goes to start their keyword research. It's totally free.
Get your site activated on Google Webmaster Tools (also free), and Google will tell you if it's having any trouble getting you into its search results. How handy is that?!
Another place to do keyword research for free. It ain't no Google Keyword Tool, but it does come up with keywords and phrases worth considering.
Free Today @AppSumo Action video about Google Adwords Secrets http://appsumo.com/tweet/181/?r=z3mL 7 years ago
FREE @AppSumo VIDEO TODAY ONLY - @randfish (of SEOmoz) exposes SEO secrets for startups http://appsumo.com/tweet/155/?r=z3mL 7 years ago
That last tweet is part of an SEO experiment. Details at http://www.seomoz.org/blog/exactly-how-powerful-are-tweets-retweets 7 years ago
Jennifer Lopez - the original Jenny from the c-block - http://seomz.me/gaCCDx #jlomoz 7 years ago
Great infographic on how Google works. http://www.ppcblog.com/how-google-works/ 7 years ago