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Anyone Here Have A Membership to SEOMoz?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by jstover77, Nov 23, 2009.

  1. jstover77

    jstover77 Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I am pretty advanced with SEO, but it is always good to be constantly learning. I have heard good things about it. Just wanted some reviews from my peeps here at BHW.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. penaakul

    penaakul Regular Member

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    seriously, you don't need that. seo is so simple. seomoz just makes it looks complicated so that people subscribing to their program. for me, they're bullshit.

    for me, the definition of seo:
    1. keyword research (find rankable keywords)
    2. get the exact domain
    3. write relevant content (the higher the quality is better) with your desired keyword in the title for every page + related keywords
    4. build links (articles, linkwheels, spams, etc)
    5. wait for get ranked
    6. collect money

    additional tasks:
    1. study incoming keywords to your site
    2. build links to the page that get search by unexpected long tail keywords with that long tail keyword as anchor text/write new article for new page
    3. rinse and repeat.

    seo is easy. don't make it complicated. all seo companies are bullshit. you can get everything from bhw.
     
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  3. voxclan

    voxclan Regular Member

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    I have been a member for 2+ years. I am advanced also.

    You most likely know most of the stuff from seomoz.

    Personally, since I can afford it and managed to learn a few things, it was an ok investment for learning. But what I liked about my membership is the unrestricted access for Pro tools. They are not perfect, but I got a good ROI with them.

    I also like the private questions I can ask directly to seomoz teams, you don't get detailed answer but again, a few answers I got were useful for my projects.
     
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  4. problemsolver

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    Thanks voxclan.. joining up now!
     
  5. antirem

    antirem Newbie

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    I get it through work.

    Its not really necessary for most things. The "pro tools" are only nice as a spell check... maybe you forgot something.

    There are two things I use SEOMoz for. MozRank is their own page rank algorithm which is (supposed) to be more accurate. It seems to work fairly well and they give you a toolbar to boot, lets you make quicker decisions on where to get links from. I like the Advanced Linkscape search, but they only let you use it 20 times a month which is bs. You run linkscape against a site or page and it will tell you where all the links are coming from and the value they give to the site. Run it against the top 3 competitors to steal their link resources.

    If your fairly seo competent, you dont need SEOMoz, but they can speed things up from time to time.


    edit: SEOMoz does offer a Q&A section but their opinions are worthless. They can answer any easy seo question you should already know but, dont give good answers to more complicated seo questions.