I’ve gathered here 5 SEO resources that I found these days and seem very interesting for both beginner and advanced bloggers. Check them out, try them all, and tell me what you think about them.
1. One of the most underrated and under-publicized webmaster tools has to be the fantastic
Shoemoney Serps Script. The tool allows you to find quickly where you rank in Google, Yahoo, Altavista and MSN Search for specific search terms. Check it out!
2. Social bookmarking is a powerful tool in promoting a website. But going through all of those social bookmarking sites is very time-consuming and downloading all toolbars is madness! That’s where SocialMarker.com comes in, the free service designed to reduce the time and effort needed to socially bookmark a website.
3. Shylock Adsense is a WordPress plugin that allows you to insert Adsense ads on your blog without modifying the template. More then that, you can set it up to show different Adsense ads for articles older then X days (x is the number of days you decide). And a review here from CashQuests.
4. “Content is king”, that’s what everyone says. And it’s true. However, content is useless if it doesn’t get read. When you’re a beginner and you’re not yet quite so known, the best thing you can do is to combine great content with good link building methods. I’ve compiled a list of 15 different methods of link building, each with a rating in three departments: difficulty to use, time consumed and quality of links that it generates.
5. How much time are you spending on writing your articles? 30 minutes, 1 hour, 3 hours? If you’re John Chow or Darren Rowse, then I’m betting you get plenty of link love for each article you write, but if you’re not, why not spend an extra 5 minutes each time you write an article and get 5 links to it.
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