I have cut back on my reading quite a bit due to moving, getting a cool girlfriend, taking time to actually live, working on too many projects, and getting more email than I can handle, but there are a bunch of great SEO blogs out there that deserve more exposure. Convert Up - Brian Thibault is one of Andy Hagans friends...which automatically means he has to be good at business. A couple of his posts
- Organic Rankings Based on PPC - why tracking PPC conversions is a great way to show what keywords you should be targeting in your SEO campaign
- Website Master Log - what have you tested so far? Why are your conversions up or down?
- 5 Reasons Mac will Overtake Windows in the Home by 2012 - I think he is right too. I just bought a Mac Book pro so I can be more in tune with that market.
DigitalGhost - just found commentful, also keeps us up to date on the changing face of copyright law and orphaned works.
Blue Hat SEO - Eli's blog is actually a year old...his one year anniversary post is refreshing and highlights many cool posts made by him and others, including how to make $100 a day, how to make $200 a day, and these two domaining posts.
Any other new SEO or marketing blogs you fancy?
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