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Best SEO Resources For SEO Newbies

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The Internet is full of SEO resources, so much so that the SEO newbie might get confused and overwhelmed about where to start reading. So, we've compiled here a general list of SEO resources available, their descriptions to suit your needs, and some advice on which SEO resources to look through first.

Here's our list of the most important SEO resources for SEO newbies:

1. SEO Information Sites - These SEO resources give you a preview on what SEO is all about, and what it's useful for. SEO information sites are a great place to start for absolute newbies, and even people with a little SEO knowledge might find something new, helpful and interesting knowledge from skimming them.

Some SEO information sites you should definitely check are:

* SEO glossaries
* SEO tips
* SEO for Beginners
* Search engine guides

2. Search Engine Guides - We know we have mentioned them already in "SEO information," but search engine guides are so important to SEOs that we decided to mention them again.

Search engines are the purpose, the soul, the lifeblood of SEO, so it is always in your best interest to learn about them as much as possible.

Search engine guides will tell you how search engines differ from one another, how they work, and how to improve your ranking in them.

The very moment you are familiar with the basics of SEO, your most useful direction would be towards the search engine resources. They will tell you the best way to use all the SEO knowledge you've so far gathered to target specific search engines.

3. SEO Chat - This is an excellent resource for newbies, because here, you can ask all your questions and get answers immediately.

Also, because they are in conversation format, you can digest information in bite-size pieces instead of having one whole page in front of you that you have to digest in bulk.

Last but not least, nothing really beats the tips and tricks that you can get from real live talking people, because people are more generous with advice when chatting than when writing articles.

Remember though, before you venture into chat, to make sure you've read the basic SEO information resources, so you don't annoy your potential mentors by asking stupid questions.

4. SEO Forums - These sites will let you get an inside look on what issues are most often met by SEO professionals. If you're too shy to enter a chatroom, SEO forums are a good place to search for answers, and if you can't find them in existing threads, simply start your own.

There are many other SEO resources available online, like SEO blogs, keyword trackers, tag analyzers, etc., etc. However, these SEO resources that we have listed are the best and easiest ways for newbies to get their feet wet in the easiest and quickest way possible. So check them out, and we hope to see your websites on the front page of a search engine someday.

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