When I saw that Forensic SEO Consultant Alan Bleiweiss was bringing out a book on SEO content writing, I instantly made a mental note to keep track and read it as soon as it was available. Having been in SEO for 8 years, I don’t get that excited about most of the ‘new’ stuff that comes up on SEO anymore, but I do know just how good Alan is from interacting with him online and reading as much as I can of his writing. I know enough to identify really great sources, and I’m an avid fan of all Alan’s work.
The most striking thing about Alan is that he’s modest: he doesn’t go about telling everyone what a highly-accomplished SEO he is (unlike so many other SEOs). In fact, he’s a really nice guy. The truth is, unless you watch him for a while you might miss what he has to offer. So the opportunity to finally ‘take a look under the hood’ and see how this accomplished SEO’s mind works was one that I wasn’t going to overlook.
Accessing Alan’s ebook, The Site Owner’s Guide to SEO for Content Writing for the first time was intriguing.
I wasn’t disappointed. As I knew he would, Alan has come up with a well-written, highly detailed account of what you need to do to create the content that will get your website noticed–and in the right way–by Google.
No gimmicks, and no hit-and-miss junk. This is solid, well-laid-out information that you can use, time and time again, no matter what your niche and no matter what your level of SEO understanding. I am certain that there are SEOs all over who will be using Alan’s little book as a reference.
The best part? He’s making it one of a series–I can’t wait!