SEO Books For Everyone

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The Website Magazine Editorial team has completed its November 2009 issue on E-mail marketing and that means one very important thing - the next issue (on Search Engine Optimization and Search Marketing) has entered the planning phases. That's where you come in. SEO and SEM are in constant states of change so we want to know what tools, resources and services you use most often to secure top rankings on popular search engines. Share your favorite keyword research tools, link building tactics/services, or content creation techniques and you'll forever be immortalized in the pages of Website Magazine (you'll even be found at Barnes & Nobles across the U.S). In preparation of the upcoming edition, we've assembled a list of seven key reads (SEO books) for both newbie and professional search engine optimization specialists.

What have you read that positively influenced your SEO campaign? Comment below!


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SEO Made Simple: Strategies For Dominating The World's Largest Search Engine
by Mr. Michael H. Fleischner

Search Engine Optimization All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies
by Bruce Clay, Susan Esparza


Online Marketing Inside Out
by Brandon Eley, Shayne Tilley


The Truth About Search Engine Optimization
by Rebecca Lieb

The Findability Formula: The Easy, Non-Technical Approach to Search Engine Marketing
by Heather F. Lutze

SEO: Search Engine Optimization Bible
by Jerri L. Ledford


Search Engine Optimization: An Hour a Day
by Jennifer Grappone, Gradiva Couzin

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Web designer Dubai 09-23-2009 12:57 AM

There is so much articles and guidelines available online for free. Why we should buy a book and follow it, when it is not going to updated every day with search engine algorithms like many guidelines available online?

MarnieH 09-24-2009 3:29 PM

Because a lot of the fundamentals remain the same. I have the SEO Bible and it still is a great reference tool after a year. And there are some times when a book is preferable to a screen.

Kelly 09-26-2009 8:29 AM

Khuraml, you bring up a good point.  There are a lot of good (and free) resources on SEO.  Check out the free 200+ ebook on SEO  That same site has some good tools

Another good place to good information is SEO Book.  They have a really good toolbar that plugs into the browser and it is also free.  And Traffic Travis is a good (free) basic SEO tool.  

JimP 09-26-2009 4:22 PM

Hi Kristine,

Why didn't  you point out that this is your own book? The book is 78 pages so what is the 200+ you refer to?

Given that it is your web site, according to your profile here, why do you refer to it as "that site?"

I was also not very happy about having to provide my email address in order to receive an email with the url for the book.


MikeH 09-27-2009 11:21 AM

Who has the time to read 6 books? If anyone has read more than one could you rank them in order of "return on your time?"

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