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Top 10 SEO informative blogs

If you are a SEO person then try to learn the latest things to keep you updated. For this, you can take a help of some of the popular SEO blogs. So you can select few SEO blogs to read every day. It may help you to improve your SEO skill. Here are the top 10 SEO blogs you may follow:

1)      Moz blog

2)      Search Engine Land

3)      SEO Book

4)      Search Engine Journal

5)      Search Engine Roundtable

6)      Search Engine Watch

7)      Quick Sprout

8)      Matt Cutts Blog

9)      Higher Visibility

10)   Social Media Examiner

So you may read above listed SEO blogs everyday to get updated with your SEO skills. These are the most popular blogs where experts of internet marketing share their views. So you may follow their views if find any positive things there. After reading blog post you may ask them through comments if you have any confusion.

If you take a look on then you will feel that you can do something more with Moz. There are several ways to learn search engine optimization. You can find Moz blog, YouMoz blog and Community within So you may raise Q&A in the community section. If you read Moz everyday then you can learn lots of things about search engine optimization.

There are some of the other search engine optimization blogs listed above so try to read them also. At there, you can find the tips on latest Google algorithm.

Thank you.

Google searches your mail

While my Ban Gmail post was mainly based on theory, I’ve found a prove by mistake that Google do search Gmail for link exchange emails – you can read about it at Matt Cutts post from May 1st 2007 and let me quote:

“A quick Google search finds similar emails that were sent to mailing lists. Reciprocal links by themselves aren’t automatically bad, but we’ve communicated before that there is such a thing as excessive reciprocal linking.”

So he mentions in his post that they get reports from users forwarding the link exchange requests and they find them by themselves by simply searching mails for “link exchange”.

Now, do you really want to keep using Gmail for SEO purposes?

Live Link Check

After almost a year MSN had returned their link check operator back to live (double meaning… nice, right?)

But as MSN knows they decided to make things complicated so they changed the way we were used to use.

From now on you need to add “+” before the operator

For example, to check the back links of you need to write:

and if you want to check all of your domain backlinks just use:

I am pretty sure they’ve done so in order to prevent old robots from using their tools automatically, so if you have a bot or a script that is attempting to receive data from MSN simply add the “+” before the original code and you’re set to go.


Hi all,

 This is not a tip, this is not a recommendation, if you’re dealing with SEO, Link Exchanges, Link Purchases and anything related do yourself and your partners a favor and avoid using Gmail.

 Using Gmail is like shouting in Googles Face: “WE’RE LINK EXCHANGING… WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT IT??!!” Well, they can do alot Google had already proved in the last several months that they’re not going to allow the link exchange and link brokerage markets continue.

Keep in mind that when you choose to use Gmail you choose to share your emails information with the most important factor in the SEO world – Google.

Use your Cpanels and create yourself a personal email account or even use Hotmail and Yahoo Mail as their Search Engines are less important than Google.

Email all of your friends & partners and ask them to make the change NOW.