I would like tips on how to get more traffic to my site through SEO, I'm starting now and I do not have much knowledge yet.
A really good place to start is by listening to Neil Patel and Eric Sui’a podcast called Marketing School.
Few other resources are:
- Brian Dean YouTube channel Backlinko
- Moz.com and their YouTube channel on whiteboard Friday’s
- Matt Diggity and his blog
- Lion Zeal Podcast
Great question! I've been working in the SEO industry for over 13 years, so I'm happy to help if you want some guidance.
I'm a fan of Search Engine Land's daily email newsletter, but the best way to get a steady stream of SEO tips is by following top SEOs on Twitter and LinkedIn. Every time I read an article or watch a webinar with someone in the SEO industry that's new to me, I immediately follow them on social media. Here are a few:
Joe Youngblood @YoungbloodJoe
Andy Crestodina @crestodina
Aleyda Solis @aleyda
Brian Dean @Backlinko
Neil Patel @neilpatel
Barry Schwartz @rustybrick
Danny Sullivan @dannysullivan
And follow the big players like SEMRush, Search Engine Journal, Search Engine Land, Google, Bing, Moz, and the like. They are always posting tips.
Hope that helps! Feel free to reach out if you'd like learn a bit more about SEO.
To be quite honest you are already in a good place to find people who can give you SEO advice but how ever if you're not getting any luck feel free to reach out to me and lets see if I can help point you in the right direction.
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We’ve encountered many websites where websites were not correctly built, or the work was done by inexperienced webmasters. For example, the biggest mistakes based on Google Webmasters:
Not making the website crawlable.
Having incorrect words and not including regular compelling content.
Avoiding incorrect titles and descriptions to effectively display search snippets.
Not using webmaster tools and lack of research.
Getting stuck with SEO trends.
Not being aware of Rich Snippets.