SEO Book

I just joined another affiliate program, and this time I’m very familiar with the item. It’s called SEO Book, by Aaron Wall, and I didn’t even realize they had an affiliate program until I visited Kristi’s Page.

I actually bought this book years ago, along with another book called “Search Engine Optimization Made Easy by Brad Callen, because I really wanted to learn a lot more about the topic, something I knew nothing about back then. Both books are very good, but the second one doesn’t have an affiliate program.

In essence, if you want a good SEO book that also gives you images and illustrations of everything that’s related to getting the most out of your websites, from copywriting, long tailed keywords, pay per click, linking strategies and more. It’s actually a pretty easy read, and it was probably the most expensive ebook I’ve ever purchased, at the time costing me $79, but well worth it. There’s just something about being able to have a book that you can keep going back to time and time again to verify that the actions you’re taking are legitimate.

The disclaimer here is that this book isn’t really for people who already have a great working knowledge of SEO, unless you want a refresher course. And speaking of courses, SEO book also offers a full training program on SEO, along with offering access to forums and some of their top SEO tools. I’m not sure how much the course costs, but you can check it out by clicking on the banner ad below.

I guess 2009 is turning into the year of SEO!

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6 comments on “SEO Book

  • hi Mitch,
    It’s “Aaron” Wall. 🙂 I think he is very well known in his field. I’ve heard of him and the book, but have never read it. If I did buy it, I know now where I’d click to get it! 🙂 ~ Steve, the trade show guru
    PS. I just read that California is considering the same “sales tax/affiliate marketers create a physical presence law” that NY put in last year. Look like those of us in California doing affiliate marketing (I’m not… at least yet) will share your pain. ~ Steve

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    • You know, Steve, I knew it was Aaron, saw Aaron, but kept thinking and typed Allen. That happens sometimes; kind of like a Freudian slip. Makes me feel like Homer Simpson; thanks for the catch.

      That’s too bad about the taxes. I know the states are hurting, but still,…

  • Good luck with this program… I am still getting stats when I login to check my earnings, so I would assume it is still running. 🙂

    ~ Kristi

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    • We’ll see how well it goes, since, obviously, it’ll be something I’ll have to add elsewhere to make sure it always has a chance to make me some money.

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