Be careful what you read (about SEO)
I’m starting to like the SEO Bullshit -blog more and more. Yes, some posts are ranting for ranting’s sake, bashing the “big guys” (sometimes for the right reasons, sometimes not-so-much), but at least these guys are not afraid to voice out their opinion. Take the advice and be careful what you read (and believe) about SEO…
“Unlocking various SEO ranking signals is about as likely as ranking a site from comment spam links on Matt Cutts blog alone. (…) If it is stated as gospel, with no qualifiers, it’s probably… BULLSHIT.”
Non-BS SEO info?
I’m a humble scholar of SEO. I know there’s much to learn. And I know I don’t know it all. But I’ve done the research and compiled comprehensive, yet easy-to-understand advice into two articles of mine…
Thus, if you’re looking for good SEO articles to begin search engine optimization for your blog, check out my posts about blog SEO basics and simple blog post SEO. Here are some comments from the posts by the readers:
“How come nobody ever said it so plainly before? Unless you are a techie, most of the articles have been a bunch of gobblely goop.” – Corinne
“Nice to see all the advice in one article!” – Andrew
“Excellent post –really helpful for us “non-techies!”" – Lisa
And other comments like “Great stuff, even the advanced stuff is understandable for a novice.” and “A great post… concise, understandable information on using SEO with your blog post.”.
But we know that people tend to leave positive comments and say “Great post” a lot, so I encourage you to check my posts yourself and tell me what you think: