Awesome SEO & Internet Marketing Resources from my Blog Readers
SEO 2.0 is for real. I practice what I preach. It’s not just talk to make more people follow me. No wonder some people call it the “social SEO”. How do you actually do it?
I really visit every blog or site of my readers. Whenever someone comments on my blog I will visit that person’s site for example.
When I notice that someone shared my blog posts on social media I will also look up who actually did it and likely visit their site as well.
How do I know these people?
Commentators enter their address in the “website” input while commenting. I check them out then in most cases.
It’s not just a drop-in visit! I also really look out for great content on their blogs and sites and when I like it
- bookmark it
- share it
- link to it.
It’s not just something I have written about in my 101 ways to succeed at blogging flagship post. It’s not just a tactic or technique.
Comment spammers vs genuine commenters
In late 2010 I was a bit disappointed. Many people considered this blog just another “dofollow link”.
I moderated comments even more strictly this year to separate the wheat from the chaff. Now I can reap the rewards it seems.
There are so many great bloggers reading SEO 2.0 and even commenting here or pinging me that I have to share their awesome resources.
I’m really impressed. These are bloggers nobody has ever heard of and who have probably just a few readers each but they deserve lots of them. I hope this article helps to grow their audience.
Check the actual resources
These awesome posts are about SEO and adjacent Internet marketing topics. I haven’t even included my offtopic readers.
I’m proud of you people! You are really getting it. You are doing it right. Here are some examples of very insightful blog posts from my engaged readers.
- Where to Find Links That Build Trust and Improve Search Engine Ranking
- Want to Become a Successful Blogger? Just Niche Down
- How to Pitch SEO
- 4 Common SEO Errors to Avoid
- How to SEO New Websites
- Social Media and Assumed Consent | LinkedIn Steps in it
Are you a reader of mine? Add a comment below this post. You may even suggest an article of yours I should check out.
It’s boring to always read the same blogs
I think I got used too much to reading the same sources over and over. After a while you just visit the same few sites.
You lose out on the myriad of great bloggers who haven’t yet been discovered by everybody else
but who nonetheless contribute really valuable resources for the SEO industry and beyond. I will be more open minded in future again.
Last updated: July 18th, 2018.