I really try to be a multi-weekly poster.. But it just doesn’t work out. Splitting time between clients, staying on top of the industry and reading other SEO blogs gives me about 4 hours of personal time every day, and honestly, I like those 4 hours. So I figured today we’d make it short and sweet.. These are a few SEO blogs I read frequently. You’ll find lots of information on these sites if that is what you’re looking for. This list is in no order of importance, just which ones come to me first.
Rand Fishkin – SEOmoz Blog
Huge player in the SEO industry. They used to do consulting, but now mainly focus on building “Bad Ass” SEO Software called SEOmoz Pro. Lots of very educated posters here. Make sure to keep on top of randfish’s posts. (SEOmoz founder)
David Mihm – Mimorandum & GetListed
I love David’s posts. Very intuitive. Make sure to follow both blogs. David posted this post about Local Ranking Factors (a few years ago, before the changes in Oct. 2010) at Mihmorandum. Great stuff.
I’ve been following this since it used to be Danny Sullivan years ago, but this blog is full of great ideas from guest bloggers. Keep an eye on Danny Goodwin’s posts.
Michael Gray – GreyWolf
Good blog, but in my eyes, a little hard to navigate, not to mention the ads, but if you can twist your way through and find the good posts, it’s definately good reading.
Those are just a few of my top reads. More will come up in future posts, so stay tuned.