Here are the SEO resources I recommend to clients and anyone wanting to improve their SEO.
Whether you’re looking for affordable information on specific SEO subtopics or want an all-in-one course, there’s something here for you!
These are a combination of SEO products I’ve created, and ones I’ve used myself. This article may contain affiliate links which means I may earn a commission if you purchase through my link.
SEO Ebooks & Tools on Specific Topics:
Free SEO Course for Beginners, by Debbie Gartner
Debbie also has ebooks which go in depth into on-page SEO, building backlinks, and my favorite one is about how to improve your rankings on existing blog posts and find new keyword ideas using Google search console! It’s super unique and I highly recommend it!
Save some money by getting the bundle!
SEO for Dietitians 101
A free beginner-level info on what SEO is, how it works, and some common terms you’ll come across in the SEO world
Blog Post SEO Checklist
beginner/intermediate checklist to quickly make sure you’re doing SEO best practices in each blog post
Getting Backlinks as a Dietitian Ebook
Intermediate/advanced level how-to on one of the most powerful but overlooked aspects of SEO. Backlinks are (almost 100%) necessary for showing up in search results)
SEO site audit printable checklist
intermediate/advanced tool to see where you’re doing well and where you may need to improve your website in terms of SEO.)
Get Your Keywords Together, by Trinity Owen
I also enjoyed Get Your Keywords Together which helps you find keywords using just free tools so great for a beginner or someone on a lower budget!
She also has some free SEO Resources you might like:
Free SEO Guide
Free 6-Day SEO Bootcamp
Free 38-Item SEO Checklist
All-in-one SEO courses:
SEO Made Simple, by Erica Julson, RDN
I’ve taken and highly recommend Erica’s SEO course which is an excellent all-in-one course! I’m excited for the updated version which should be reopening again soon.
I wrote a review of Erica’s SEO course if you’re curious
Stupid Simple SEO, by Mike Pearson
I’ve also heard great things about Stupid Simple SEO but haven’t personally taken it. It’s all-in-one and takes a more analytical approach to finding keywords that’s different from other people’s approaches I’ve seen. Maybe better for applying to your own website than to one-off articles you write as a freelance writer though because he batches keywords!