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Hey guys can u recommend any in-depth SEO courses which are applicable in 2014? Im really interested in SEO but most of the courses are outdated from what I've heard.
#2014 #courses #seo
  • Profile picture of the author cybernetuk
    Yeah there is not much out at the moment that is current. I guess the problems is that things change so much.

    Although saying that, the old whitehat principle stay the same though. Good original content!

    Originally Posted by adam warlock View Post

    Hey guys can u recommend any in-depth SEO courses which are applicable in 2014? Im really interested in SEO but most of the courses are outdated from what I've heard.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sarah Operman
      I am not an expert, but I just watched the course Seo Surge Solutions and thought it was very good. It is updated for 2014 and seems to make good sense.
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  • Profile picture of the author adam warlock
    what do you guys think of the Market Motive - SEO course? its very comprehensive but the big downside is its from 2007 :/
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    • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
      Originally Posted by adam warlock View Post

      its very comprehensive but the big downside is its from 2007 :/
      Some of the basics are probably still the same, but if anything even a bit aggressive from that time isn't likely to work any more. Might even get you to trouble. Huge changes to algorithms.
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  • Profile picture of the author cypherslock
    Bring The Fresh. and if you're really into dominating things and have the cash, No Holds Barred Project X, by Mike Long and Greg Morrison.
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    • Profile picture of the author TheAdsenseGuy
      Originally Posted by cypherslock View Post

      Bring The Fresh. and if you're really into dominating things and have the cash, No Holds Barred Project X, by Mike Long and Greg Morrison.

      I bought Bring The Fresh about a year ago. There isn't much practical doable information in there. Just hype. They tell you "about" techniques but not practical do this, do that info. Like they tell you "about" launch jacking but don't tell you how to do it.

      This is why I would never buy that Project X by the same guys. If I spent $5k on that course would I just get a bunch of cheerleader hype? Or would I really get step by step techniques and exact backlink packages/types to buy? I don't know. Not worth spending 5k on it with NO refund.
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      • Profile picture of the author cypherslock
        Originally Posted by TheAdsenseGuy View Post

        I bought Bring The Fresh about a year ago. There isn't much practical doable information in there. Just hype. They tell you "about" techniques but not practical do this, do that info. Like they tell you "about" launch jacking but don't tell you how to do it.

        This is why I would never buy that Project X by the same guys. If I spent $5k on that course would I just get a bunch of cheerleader hype? Or would I really get step by step techniques and exact backlink packages/types to buy? I don't know. Not worth spending 5k on it with NO refund.
        Bring the Fresh has both a PDF fast start guide that is regularly updated AND a ton of over the shoulder videos from Kelly detailing everything from keyword research, site set up, content creation, outsourcing...Did you actually watch the videos and go through the guide?
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  • Profile picture of the author Max Anderson
    Most courses are horrible...
    SEO is something that is best learned by practice like most things.
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  • Profile picture of the author roomi12344
    Right now i am going through the course by Brian Dean - seo that works http://seothatworks.com- I think it is worth to spend time and money on it And also follow
    this blog Award Winning Internet Marketing Blog - Matthew Woodward
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  • Profile picture of the author Sarah Operman
    SEO is tough I guess since the last Google updates, seems like everyone has something different to say.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheAdsenseGuy
    I've been in Source Infinitum for around a year now. I've ranked a bunch of sites during that time. You will learn how to do seo with this course.

    It consists of 2 webinars every month plus a forum. So you are always kept up to date with seo as it changes. You can also buy PR domains/links within the forum.

    This is the best course I've bought on SEO. It's like $49 per month.

    Source Infinitum : More SEO Results Than Any Other Training Online — Source InfinitumMore Results Than Any Other SEO Training Online (non-aff link)
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  • Profile picture of the author gabibeowulf
    Here are my top picks:

    SEO Training and Link Building Strategies – Backlinko - he had two products, but I'm not sure if he sells them anymore. They are really top notch, applicable in 2014. You'll learn a lot from his blog too.

    Point Blank SEO - Link Building Blog - same here, although you can still purchase the course.

    - SEO Traffic Hacks by Terry Kyle - Terry Kyle is a SEO expert you should follow too. Lots to learn from his case studies and products.

    Chad Kimball - look him up and join his list. He gives away amazing content and has a few products plus a coaching website / forum.

    SEOMoz - there's a lot of good content there available in the blog (free) and webinars (for paid members)

    quicksprout.com - some good tutorials here too

    You can't go wrong with any of them, but ultimately it depends on your work ethic and willingness to experiment.

    -Gabriel
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