Posted by Danny Dover
I believe that the hardest part of SEO is simply keeping up with the trends. Our industry moves extremely fast and as a result, my co-workers and I have spent countless hours searching through old blog posts, articles and e-mail threads while trying to find small tidbits of information. Each of us have separate lists of our favorite resources and up until now, we haven’t had a convenient way to aggregate these.
Luckily, we are finally fed up enough to try to do something about this problem.
Together, we are going to spend the next month putting together an SEO Knowledge Center that will contain information on the best practices and important information for various SEO elements. After they are done, I am making it my responsibility to keep these pages up to date for the duration of my employment at SEOmoz. (Read: Job Security ;-p)
While my co-workers and I write these, we would like to offer up all of our drafts for peer review. Below you will find the first three SEO elements that we are tackling. We are big fans of the wisdom of the crowds and would love to hear all of your feedback.
Please note: These pages are not yet finalized! That is why we are submitting them for review
Please feel free to leave us feedback, including your favorite resources and tools for these specific SEO elements, in the comments below or with me on Twitter.
Mini Update: Thank you to everyone who has offered suggestions so far I just wanted to clarify the editing process for these pages. The first version of the SEO Knowledge Center will only be updatable by people who work at SEOmoz. I don’t think that is sufficient long term, so I would love to hear ideas on how to add a better feedback system. My first thought was wiki style, but given the nature of these pages, I don’t think this is the best solution. What do all of you think?
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