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Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Secrets by Danny Dover and Erik Dafforn 2011
Tips, tricks, and little-known methods used by professional SEO consultants to rank in some of the most competitive search phrases
Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of creating, formatting and promoting web pages in a manner that ensures that they are ranked highly for chosen keyword phrases after a user performs a Web search. This unique book taps the relatively unknown market of advanced SEO knowledge, and reveals secrets used by only the best SEO consultants.
You'll take your Internet marketing skills to the next level as you gain a thorough understanding of standard SEO techniques such as on-page optimization, off-page optimization, and link building. Packed with real-world examples, this essential guide demonstrates how real SEO consultants work with Fortune 500 companies to get the results they desire.
Explains the basics of search engine optimization (SEO) and how it enables a specific site to rank high in a Web search based on particular keyword phrases
Shares little-known tricks and tips of SEO consultants that work with Fortune 500 companies
Demonstrates how to perform a professional SEO Web site audit
Reveals the techniques that current SEO leaders use to remain high in rankings
Divulges secrets for spying on your competitors' ranking techniques
As the only book focused on the subject of SEO consulting, this must-have resource unveils secret tricks of the trade.
From the Author: How to Get Your First Major SEO Client
Author Danny Dover
I have worked with many of the webʼs most popular websites as an SEO consultant, and each of them shared one infuriating trait. While their SEO problems were not that difficult, the process of getting them to hire me was.
Before I can explain how I overcame this barrier, let me set the context. Large clients generally suffer from many or all of the same difficulties:
• The potential major client¡¯s website scaled quickly but without SEO in mind. This makes going back and working with a legacy Content Management System (CMS) very difficult.
• The amount of inbound links is no longer a problem, but optimally passing the value of those links throughout the site is a problem.
• The production of content is no longer a problem, but that same content being duplicated across multiple URLs is massively devaluing that same content¡¯s value.
• Big organizations generally have very big websites. While the raw materials for a search engine optimized site are there, the information architecture is not.
So how do you use this knowledge to get your first major SEO client? The answer is to create solutions to these problems before the potential client even identifies they exist and then sell your services to them in the correct way. Once you have done that, offer your solutions at a cheaper than market price (for your first major client only!) and make it clear you have the follow through necessary to guide these changes through their companies structure.
That sounds good but how do I establish myself as a trusted source? That is exactly the correct question! Larger companies usually need hard data in order to make these decisions. This means you will need appropriate case studies. Case studies pay dividends so always be sure to create them after working with noteworthy clients. (I even recommend doing this in exchange for a lower price, if necessary.) Since in this scenario, you haven¡¯t already had a major client in the past, the best case study isn¡¯t really a case study at all. Use the potential clients site as an ¡°in progress case study¡± and cite actual problems that exist on their site today and show them the results your previous (although smaller) clients got in the past. Back this up with inside information on how others have seen similar results at other major websites. The most cost effective way to get that evidence is to take other SEOs who already worked with major clients out to lunch or coffee in exchange for examples and anecdotes they experienced with past clients. This will both help you become more knowledge and improve your ability to sell yourself.
This combination of pre-identifying the potential major clients¡¯ problems, reassuring them that you have the stamina to push the changes through their company structure, demonstrating the type of results they will likely receive from working with you and basing all of that on case studies and actual examples make up the system you need to get your first big SEO client. While this should get you the results you need, more details are available in this book, Search Engine Optimization Secrets, in case you need more detailed instructions. This system has worked for me and it has worked for others.
Now it is your turn.
From the Back Cover
When you open this book, you'll feel as though you're sitting down with experts who are disclosing rare information about search engine optimization. You'll benefit from the authors' success as SEO professionals while they uncover tactics, strategies, and secrets for using SEO to improve rankings and drive traffic to specific sites. Additionally, the book contains two full-length annotated SEO reports to help you take your consulting to the professional level.
The Insider's Guide to:
Understanding search engine optimization like the pros
Making money from SEO consulting
Getting into the inner circles of the SEO industry
Choosing the right SEO troubleshooting tools for your SEO problems
Fixing search engine penalties
Using your competitors to your advantage
Using alternative search engines
Testing your SEO for optimal performance
The Secrets series reveals:
Authoritative information in highlighted areas
Exceptional advice in the margin notes
Unique insight from years of author experience
Rarely revealed tips and techniques
Invaluable shortcuts and workarounds
Insider Tips - Expert advice to help you optimize performance
Valuable Insights - Eye-opening descriptions of poorly documentedor undocumented features and procedures
Unbeatable Advice - Real-world workarounds and little-known tipsand techniques
About the Author
Danny Dover is a passionate SEO consultant and influential writer. During his tenure at SEOmoz.org (as Lead SEO), he did SEO consulting for many of the world's most popular websites including Facebook, Microsoft, and Comcast. His oft-cited expertise has been translated into Japanese, French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, German, and Hungarian. He has spoken at numerous SEO conferences and his writings have been accessed online in more than 175 different countries. Erik Dafforn is Executive Vice President and Director of Organic SEO for Intrapromote, LLC, a Cleveland-based Search and Social Marketing firm. He's written over 200 articles on SEO strategy and techniques.