SEO: Search Engine Optimization Bible

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Wiley, Mar 24, 2008 - Computers - 389 pages
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  • This in-depth Bible delivers the holy grail of online marketing: how to influence search engine results to drive online shoppers to specific Web sites; the process is called search engine optimization (SEO) and it is a hot topic
  • One-stop resource offers readers what they need to plan and implement a successful SEO program, including useful tips on finding the shortest routes to success, strategy suggestions, and sidebars with more information and additional resources
  • Features interviews with executives from top search companies, plus appendices on creating successful listings with Google, MSN, Yahoo!, and others
  • Topics include creating an SEO plan; managing keywords; maximizing pay-per-click strategies; understanding the role of links and linking; robots, spiders, and crawlers; maintaining SEO; analyzing success rates; and much more

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User Review  - Onnoy Khan - Goodreads

This is a very Good Book with all information about Search Engine Optimization. As a Search Engine Marketer, I will suggest everyone to read this book. Asaduzzaman Khan shorjotonoy@gmail.com Read full review

Review: SEO: Search Engine Optimization Bible

User Review  - Goodreads

This is a very Good Book with all information about Search Engine Optimization. As a Search Engine Marketer, I will suggest everyone to read this book. Asaduzzaman Khan shorjotonoy@gmail.com Read full review

About the author (2008)

Jerri L. Ledford has been a freelance business technology writer for more than 15 years. Over 750 of her articles, profiles, news stories, and reports have appeared online and in print. She also develops and teaches technology training courses for such companies as IBT Financial, Hewlett Packard, and CNET. She is the author of Google Powered: Productivity with Online Tools and coauthor of Google Analytics, both from Wiley.

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