1- Search Engine Journals
Educating and empowering the SEO community by providing the freshest news and latest best practices via the industry’s smartest practitioners.
Launched in 2003, SEJ is unique in its community-based approach to search marketing content. Virtually all of our contributed articles come from real online marketing experts, both independent and in-house.
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At Moz, we believe there is a better way to do marketing. A more valuable, less invasive way where customers are earned rather than bought. We’re obsessively passionate about it, and our mission is to help people achieve it.
We focus on search engine optimization (SEO). It’s one of the least understood and least transparent aspects of great marketing, and we see that as an opportunity: We’re excited to simplify SEO for everyone through our software, education, and community.
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3- Search Engine Watch
Search Engine Watch provides tips and information about searching the web, analysis of the search engine industry and help to site owners trying to improve their ability to be found in search engines. The links below provide more information about the site and its operation.
- RSS Feed
- Contact SEW
- How to Pitch a Story
- Advertise on SEW
- Collaborative Content Guidelines
- History of SEW
- Awards Received
- Commenting Policy
- Press Requests
- Writing, Speaking & Consulting Requests
- Permissions Requests
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4- SEMrush Blog
SEMrush started out in 2008 as a small group of SEO and IT specialists united by one mission — to make online competition fair and transparent, with equal opportunities for everyone. After seven years of trailblazing experiments and constant progress, we’ve grown into the world’s leading competitive research service for online marketing. Having traveled the path from a small startup to a big international company, we at SEMrush are still loyal to the fundamental values that got us to where we are now — adapting to change over following a strict plan and always placing individuals over processes.
SEMrush is Global
Modern business is global and so are we! SEMrush is made up of two hundred specialists in four countries focused on one goal — creating the best competitive intelligence solution for all digital marketing spheres. But at the same time, we at SEMrush are eager to learn new things ourselves. That’s why we’re always open to new ideas, suggestions, and experimentation. So we do our best to participate in as many international events and conferences as possible — both large and small!
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5- Yoast SEO Blog
At Yoast, we optimize websites. Not just one aspect of websites, but every aspect. We make websites more usable, easier to navigate, faster and more reliable. In other words: we make websites work. For the owner and the visitor. The added bonus is that if you do all that right, a website becomes easier to find too.
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6- Search Engine Roundtable
The purpose behind the Search Engine Roundtable is to report on the most interesting threads taking place at the SEM (Search Engine Marketing) forums. By enlisting some of the most recognized names at those forums, the Roundtable is able to not only report on these outstanding threads but also provide a synopsis that provides greater detail into those threads.
In addition, all authors have the leeway to step beyond forum coverage and either take a thread topic and expand on it or bring up a concept that was not found at a thread. We occasionally have some guest authors post on specialized topics in the search engine marketing field. Very rarely will you find posts here that are not related to SEM.
The mission of this site is to provide a single source for the reader to visit to locate the most interesting threads covered at the SEM forums. This will help you save valuable time clicking through the forum threads to find the true gems. In addition, most people are only active in one or two forums – this will allow for comparative advantage to take place between the major forums.
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7- Search Engine Land
Search Engine Land is a leading daily publication that covers all aspects of the search marketing industry.
The site is led by SVP Content & Editor-In-Chief Michelle Robbins, who oversees the editorial team behind Search Engine Land and its sister publications, MarTech Today and Marketing Land. Daily news coverage includes breaking stories, industry trends, feature announcements and product changes at popular platforms used by search marketers to reach consumers online.
In addition to the editorial news staff coverage, Search Engine Land features contributed articles by subject matter experts across all digital marketing disciplines, filled with practical tips, tactics and strategies for running successful marketing programs. Learn more about our contributor network and read our contributor guidelines and application form here.
Both sites were founded by search industry veterans Danny Sullivan and Chris Sherman (VP of Programming & Founding Editor) and are published by Third Door Media. Third Door Media is also the parent company that produces Digital Marketing Depot, our research center for digital marketers, as well as the Search Marketing Expo and MarTech conference series.
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Backlinko was founded by Brian Dean, an internationally recognized SEO expert.
After failing with his first five online businesses, Brian finally struck gold with a site in the personal finance space in 2012. He created Backlinko to teach the lessons he learned along the way.
Since launching Backlinko, Brian quickly made a name for himself by publishing insanely practical strategies that marketers can use to grow their online business. Backlinko is now one of the most popular marketing blogs online.
And he’s built this growing business while traveling in countries like Thailand, Japan, Spain, and Turkey. He currently lives in Berlin, Germany.
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