Seo video tutorials?

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  1. warchild75 profile image75
    warchild75posted 9 years ago

    Just curious as to if any of you experienced hubbers learnt seo techniques from online tutorials or from somewhere else,i feel, as i only have a limited knowlege of seo techniques it would be beneficial if i learnt a bit more,just wondering where the best place to learn about them would be? smile thanks

    1. marketingmerge profile image59
      marketingmergeposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Renegade University and Renegade Professional have a suite of them.  RU is free.  Other has a cost.  Do a search--definitely having an impact.

  2. retellect profile image73
    retellectposted 9 years ago

    I used youtube when learning..................I found that after implementing "popular" methods, only then found out how to truly monetise from all content I have online. I think each person is different but youtube is a good place to start.

  3. thisisoli profile image71
    thisisoliposted 9 years ago

    Matt Cutts, Google public facing programmer, has a lot of SEO videos on Google, this gives you the official scoop on what to do to get to the top of Google.

  4. MikeNV profile image76
    MikeNVposted 9 years ago

    What you need to keep in mind is that ALL SEO is speculation.  Every trick, tip, technique or method is based on perception and trial and error.

    The only real way to know exactly what a particular search engine wants would be to be part of the team that creates the algorithms.

    Now to add to the perspective... search is constantly changing so something you "learn" and appears to be working today may not work tomorrow.

    Google is on record as saying they made 450 tweaks to their algorithms in 2008 alone.

    SEO is not like School where they teach relative absolutes.

    So it's up to you to "believe" what ever is being "taught".

    Write for People... place your site in places where the people you want to reach visit.  That's much more important than SEO.

  5. i_am_Legend profile image59
    i_am_Legendposted 9 years ago

    Well i used tycoon cash flow and it showed me seo. seeing some results from it. check my hub.

  6. stevenheron profile image58
    stevenheronposted 9 years ago

    I think you'll find the best SEO training material is in academic, text format. That is, if you want to learn properly how SEO works.

  7. sagbee profile image56
    sagbeeposted 9 years ago

    LEarning SEO through Videos? seems interesting.. Well I am a learner and still learning teh SEO techniques.. I would appreciate if I get to know any video help?

  8. pooja0908 profile image61
    pooja0908posted 9 years ago

    i am also interested. if any one have some views i will appreciate

  9. profile image0
    Go Writerposted 9 years ago

    I learned from Tinu Abayomi-Paul from

    Her book "7 Secrets Of Massive Traffic" is just $10, but it does a really good job of giving the overall concept of SEO, the strategy of choosing keywords and she has a formula to help you determine how much traffic you need in order to make a certain amoutn of money per month.

    For example, if you wanted to make $10,000, her formula will tell you how much you traffic you need to bring in per month to aim for those types of figures.

    I'm also still a big believer that content is king on the internet, so when writing article, be sure they're written in such a way to have your readers take action.

    Eric Gruber of has a lot of good products. Lots. Templates. Article submission strategy and tips. He's got a submission service, etc.

  10. profile image26
    billy7867posted 9 years ago

    Try stomping the search engines 2.0 by stompernet.

  11. nwinternetmrktng profile image58
    nwinternetmrktngposted 9 years ago

    the best place to start with SEO, is offsite or external SEO because you don't have to learn any markup or programming languages.  Nor do you have to worry about server management!


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