Whether you're a fashion blogger, beauty blogger or food blogger every blogger wants to win at the SEO game. These 8 SEO Experts can show you how, with the help of Twitter. They tweet easy-to-follow SEO advice anyone can follow and understand. Be sure to check them out below!
Most of us don't fully understand SEO (that's search engine optimization, for all your newcomers out there), but we know we “need to be doing it” if we want our blogs to be successful.
Except SEO isn't a one-step process, it's a practice. It involves repeating the same actions and taking a few extra steps, when creating and promoting content online. And while it doesn't involve promoting content on Instagram, it's a crucial part of blogging.
While there are plenty of courses devoted to training newbie bloggers in the ways of SEO (along with helpful plugins for WordPress blogs), most of us don't have the time to sit down and watch Udemy lectures all day long. We want quick, bite-sized bits of information, that can help our blogs and posts rank number one in Google.
That's where SEO experts on Twitter come into play.
From backlinko.com's CEO to SEMrush's Head of Global Marketing, we've got the the best players in the game listed below in this roundup. Their advice is easy to follow, nicely packaged and perfect for us non-experts. Not to mention Twitter is a great way to learn on the fly. Whether it's reading SEO-related tweets on the way to work or during your lunch break, it's easier now than ever before to brush up on good SEO practice in 2018.
Check out these 8 SEO experts all bloggers need to be following on Twitter in 2018, and let us know who your favourite guru is in the comments.
Anyone serious about upping their SEO game for their blog needs to follow Brian Dean on Twitter.
Dean provides practical SEO advice on Backlinko, and has some of the biggest corporations in tech subscribing to his email newsletter (think Apple, IBM and Amazon). He shares similar advice on his Twitter account, and routinely retweets advice from other SEO experts and companies.
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— Brian Dean (@Backlinko) February 27, 2018
After all, Inc Magazine has said that “Brian is a really smart SEO guy who knows what’s he’s talking about because he lives it every day.” So, you know he knows his stuff.
Larry Kim is the CEO of Mobile Monkey and the founder of WordStream. He's the leading provider of AdWords, Facebook and keyword tools used worldwide, by over a million marketers.
— Larry Kim (@larrykim) March 12, 2018
Larry features SEO tips, marketing hacks and general advice for tech entrepreneurs in his tweets, along with a healthy sense of humour. Be sure to him out.
Neil Patel is the go-to guru for all things blogging, SEO and SEM-related. The Wall Street Journal, Forbes and Entrepreneur Magazines all agree he's an expert when it comes to digital marketing and tech entrepreneurship.
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— Neil Patel (@neilpatel) March 12, 2018
Jeff Bullas is a digital entrepreneur, marketing blogger, digital strategist, bestselling author and speaker. And while he clearly wears a lot of hats, he's made it his personal mission to “inspire and educate entrepreneurs to grow their business in a digital world”. His website, jeffbullas.com, receives over 5 million visitors a year.
— Jeff Bullas (@jeffbullas) March 12, 2018
He writes about all things entrepreneurship, innovation, social media, digital marketing, content and marketing automation. It is about being digital to the core.
Danisa Gray is an SEO Executive at NSE Digital. While she's not a serial tech entrepreneur or best-selling author, she offers practical digital marketing advice on her Twitter account @danisansedigita.
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— Danisa Gray (@danisansedigita) March 10, 2018
Ana is a blogger and the founder of at The She Approach. Her goal is to empower women to build their digital empires, grow their blogs and build their online brands. She is also a bogging consultant and growth strategist in terms of blog traffic, email and affiliate marketing.
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— Ana-The She Approach (@thesheapproach) March 9, 2018
Whether she realizes it or not, Ana dishes some excellent SEO and digital marketing advice on her Twitter account, @thesheapproach.
If you aren't already following SEMrush's twitter account, you probably should. It's an all-in-one marketing toolkit for digital marketing professionals, and it's Olga Andrienko's job as Head of Global Marketing to tell the company's story.
— Olga Andrienko (@Olgandrienko) October 26, 2017
Olga retweets a lot of SEO advice and tips from @SEMrush. She's 100% worth following, if you're an @SEMrush fan.
Danny Goodwin is the Executive Editor of Search Engine Journal. And in case you aren't familiar with @SEjournal, it's a platform that aims to educate and empower the SEO community. The website shares news and best SEO practices with its audience, with the help of some of the industries smartest practitioners.
— SearchEngineJournal® (@sejournal) March 11, 2018
Danny has over ten years of marketing experience, content writing and digital marketing – and is passionate about all things SEO. He often tweets helpful bits of advice, when it comes to good SEO practice. Therefore, if you're looking to improve your blog's SEO, why wouldn't you want to be following him on Twitter? Check him out @MrDannyGoodwin.
Who are your favourite SEO experts on Twitter? Where do you go to get SEO advice? Let us know in the comments below.