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Sent: Friday, January 22, 2010 1:18 AM
Subject: SEO resources
Although obviously pitched to beginners, it has links to the various
Google resources including a concise SEO guide that is a free
There are various SEO books released within the past year that might
also be worth looking at. O'Reilly published "Mastering SEO--the Art
of Search Engine Optimization" in October, I think. Also from O'Reilly
is John Jercovic's "SEO Warrior--Essential Techniques for Increasing
Web Visibility." I have copies of both of these, but have not yet read
them so I cannot say which might be better.
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