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Just google it. You will come across a lot of tutorials. if you are in any blogging service, give more time to write more content. Because the hosting service will do a lot of SEO
Do that first and know it cold before you listen to anybody else. Then go to their blog - http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/ and read the last yrear or so and all the comments. You'll see other places recommended in the comments and start to get a feel as to which ones are valuable. Continue your education there.
Google has an SEO guide for beginners that is very straight-forward and simple. I suggest you look that up and spend some time reading through it. Good luck.
Google SEO Guide - http://static.googleusercontent.com/ext … -guide.pdf
google is the best.. or seomoz is also a good site to learn seo.
I learned from Courtney Tuttle. I think he's got a lot of good advice, but he's dead wrong on content not being king. He lost a big following after saying that backlinks were more important than good content.
Looks like Google Panda has proved him to be even more wrong (even though he couldn't have predicted that.)
Other than that, though, I've found a lot of his advice to be incredibly helpful.
Here's a forum that has some pretty good discussions about SEO.
It's fairly active so they may be able to help you a bit.
SEOmoz is the best site to learn all about the SEO. You can also contact the Green Apple Sales, Inc for doing more SEO..
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