What is Local SEO? A Complete Guide to promote Locally

In this article I will cover following questions:-
1.    What is local SEO?
2.    What is the need to do it?
3.    How to do it?

What Is Local SEO?
        Basically local SEO can be defined as various strategies required to be performed on website to make it rank first on local Google searches. Either you have small or large business with target on a particular country, state or region you need to optimize your webpage according to local SEO for serving the purpose to rank well in local searches.

No business owner wants his words to be heard or seen by non- interested eyes and ears; this is where local SEO helps in focusing on right customers and particular area for your business according to your services you provide. 

I will discuss various local SEO strategies and web page optimization further below.

What is the Need of Local SEO?
       You have understood What is local SEO, now it’s time to reveal its need. Before understanding its need first we need to understand what happens when we enter our search in search bar of Google and hit enter, Google basically uses your IP (internet protocol address) as a factor to give you results, it will only show you those results which are appropriate for your area. In simple words Google takes physical location of searcher in to the consideration before showing results. For example if someone is searching “restaurants” in California Google will show restaurants in California only and if someone is searching for restaurants in India it will show “restaurants” in India only, which states that Google results matters according to the country or region. Now if you search for restaurants from your mobile Google will not search according to your city then it will search for places near your current location so that you can reach their fast and easy. To make it understand I will use following example to make it more clear.

If I search for “pub” in Google it shows me this:-

Type the same in your search bar of Google and look the difference between the results.

Suppose you have business of a coffee parlor in California and think how much beneficial it would be for your business when someone searches for coffee parlors in California and your website comes at first place locally. So this is how if you are a business owner with particular region in target then you need to do local SEO to your website, above example disclose the need of local SEO.

How to Do Local SEO?
    The answer of this question always remains dark or unclear but today I would like to answer this question with best of my experience and knowledge.

Have a look on the following points.
1.    Optimize Your Website
    Start local SEO by first optimizing your website for having good ranking in local search results.
•    Make sure your website has clear and accessible WebPages and links so that Google or users won’t face any problems to accessing it.
•    Link important pages to home page.
•    Have proper XML and HTML site maps so that Google crawlers can go where ever they want.
•    Introduce robort.txt in your website. 
•    Internal linking will add plus point in your website.
•    Find and Repair broken links.

Fill Your Website with Quality and Good Content:
    Make sure your website has good content which describes services offered by you and other related information. Make your each web page loaded with title and description.
Be sure to add “alt” tag in your images and never over use a particular phrase this can harm your website, just be descriptive about what you offer.
Give Google a reason to come back and crawl your website aging up updating it frequently and give your visitors authority to have contact with you by giving them your email.

2.    Make Your Visitors Contact You Easily
    Provide complete business address details and other related contact information so that your visitors can reach you easily and display it on each web page of yours. And if you have a physical address, add a Google sitemap on your website. You can also add comments so that your visitors can comment also; the main thing is let your customers join you.

Spread Your Business Information
    Let Google and Visitors know you. Internet is a means where you can spread your business fast by listing your business in following sites:-
1.    Local Directories or Local Citations Sources
2.    Google Local

•    Local directories and citations:-

        Internet is about information more you spread about your business more Google will know about you. There are thousands of local directory websites are available, submit and list your business there with your business name, postal address, phone number, description of services, photos, working hours and other related details. Make sure to provide only correct information. Because of these directories Google as well as visitors will know you.

•    Google Local:-
Basically Google places for business is a high authority website by Google itself it lets you to register your business with related images and details of your business and sends you a post card for verification. This will help Google and customers to know about you more.
If you don’t have a proper physical address or you work from home you can hide your address but still have to verify your details but the difference will be people won’t come and knock your door.

Take Control of All Your Business Information:-
    If in any case you face change in your business address or phone number then be sure to update your directories also. Don’t let any barrier to come in-between you and your customers. Frequently update your contact and related information if any occur.

3.    Social Media
Never forget to promote your business, promote your- self and got promoted by your customers. Register your business with most famous social websites like
1.    Google+(first preference)
2.    Facebook
3.    Twitter
4.    LinkedIn
Let your customers to get engaged and interact with you. Add share buttons in your websites. Let your customers to leave reviews about you on Google+ and related top social channels media. Frequently add latest updates on your business in these websites and even tweet them. The main thing is to get interaction with your customers because a good word from your customer can get you lots of business and will help to earn trust easily.

Social media is very powerful weapon in Local SEO. Once you are promoted here it will promote you automatically. Do simple but effective. More you let your customers engage with you more popularity you will get.

Share and Enjoy

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Delicious
  • LinkedIn
  • StumbleUpon
  • Add to favorites
  • Email
  • RSS

Beginners Guide to Boost Your Rank in Google

Having a well ranked website is always a plus point for business and other aspects. But gaining a rank in Google is not like an easy job. Now at present only deserving and well reputed website with unique and informative content deserves to be ranked well in Google. This article that I am writing serves the purpose of educating the person own a website but knows nothing or less about process of ranking in Google. The process of ranking well in Google is known as SEO (Search Engine Optimization), lots of things are required to be performed on a website to increase its rank. Basically SEO includes On-page and Off-page optimization both of the aspects plays a very vital role in the performance of website in ranking process and I will take both of them in consideration below.

All of the work that used to be done in previous years to make a website rank well has now been eliminated because Google is getting updated frequently for providing better quality results to its users and compete with other search engines. And still performing black hat techniques on the website can even harm your website and decrease your website importance to rank.

How Google Works?
Before starting and talking about search engine optimization I would like to throw some light on how actually Google works. Google is required to provide most relevant and related search results to its user by crawling, sorting and indexing thousands of similar web pages, it is not an easy task, and to perform this task Google performs various actions which collectively figure out the importance of specific web-page should be come on a certain index. When a user enters search query in search bar and hit search button what actually happens is:-
1. Googlebot :-
googlebot is basically a Google web crawler robot. Actually googlebot requests the Google web servers for the respective web pages then it downloads them and hand over them to Google Indexer for further indexing process.   
2. Google Indexer:-
Googlebot hand over the downloaded pages to Google Indexer. And Google indexer then stores them into Google’s index database for further process. After this stored pages are sorted alphabetically and index them. Now after indexing process Google query process performs the final task to rank every individual pages on a certain place in SERPs(Search Engine Results Pages) listing accordingly to their intelligent algorithm measuring factors (approx. 200 factors in this process to measure or figure out the importance of a webpage should be ranked on a place for a particular search query).
3. Google query processor:-
Google’s query processor is responsible of providing top most relevant and related search to the user. To accomplish this task query processor evaluates and matches the query with related documents or web pages and ranks them on the basis of page authority, domain authority, links and other on-page and off-page factors. In the end this is how results are shown to the user in a perfect sorted manner. All this happens in fractions of seconds and user doesn’t even think about it.
Natural and Paid Results:-
Basically Google shows two kinds of search results when anybody types a query in search bar one is known as paid and other one is generic which also known as natural or organic search. Following image will clarify more:-
As shown in image above 1st three searches with color in background and searches on left hand side are paid one which is also marked with boxes, and others are generic or natural below the top three. For the paid one website owner pays Google to keep its website on top and website will be at top most position till owner pays Google which is also known as Google Adwords where they provide full dashboard to the advertisers to keep track their paid searches. And second one which is also known as organic in this part website needs to earn its rank on list, here website is first judged by Google on various aspects and relevant query search. 
Domain Authority and Page Authority:-
Simply domain authority can be described as a prediction about how a website will perform in Google rankings. Domain authority shows domain’s strength and this strength is calculated on various aspects.
Page authority is basically shows the content strength of the page and shows how a particular page will rank in Google rankings.
Basically all of the SEO aspects that we are going to discuss below are only to increase a website’s domain and page authority. 
Following we are providing a video by SEOmoz describing page and domain authority in depth:-
Keyword Research :-
The most important part of SEO process where website owner needs to find out and confirm that on those phrases his website must rank well. Actually one must do a proper keyword research before going for SEO process, basically keyword research is a part of On-page Optimization and have a finalize list of keywords will help the owner to focus on only those keywords.
The thing is if you don’t target and specify any keyword for your website and are not likely to rank for anything on Google.
How to do keyword research :- 
Google itself provides a facility where you can check and see which keyword or phrase has been searched more than any other searches (results not more accurate). The service is known as Google Keyword Tool. Following image will make it more clear :-
As above shown with the help of this tool you will be able to capture the exact picture of the phrase on which you are going to focusing on.
Generating Page Titles :-
After the keyword research you are required to utilize that research in the proper manner. We generated page title always add a plus point in your website. 
Let me clear it to you with the help of an example:-
If a user searches for games online then Googlebot will select only those pages containing   games online phrase either in title or description or rest of the content in that respective web-page. The web page with word games next to online will be given more preference than webpage containing games and online both at different places.
Enter the researched keyword in title and content to be rank well on the prospective of that phrase. Because Googlebot first crawls and match the entered query with title and description of the page. Basically title of the page helps the Googlebot to know that what the page is about.
Links :-
This is another thing besides keyword research that Google takes into consideration when ranking a webpage. Links can be described as a word or phrase containing a hyperlink to another web page or site. These links are known by Google as a website is referring to another website and the referred website will get profit or a vote. Links must be obtained from high authority websites because Google also considers the referring websites domain and page authority with the relevancy both parties have each other now having more importance and crucial factor in this regard to count high quality Links.
Links count as votes.
Go, get more links for your website!
More links that a website contains higher rank the website gets. 
Link building can be made from some of the areas I use are:-
News and Media
Guest posts
Q & A
Social media :-
Social Media plays a very important and vital role in website’s ranking process. Social media is a mean where video, text, and images can be published with the interest of gaining more people interaction. Basically social media is a platform where your visitors can interact with you; they can even have the authority to comment and question. More audiences your website have, more trust and value your website will gain. A good social presence can also give a website boost in ranking serps.  You must surely take help of social media for promoting your website. Following are some of the famous channels I use are:-
To rank well in Google one must have to use Google+ in order to promote website because Google gives first preference to websites having Google+. 
In previous times social media was not preferred much but now at present social media is one of the most important aspects of Of-page utilization. Following video will describe the importance of social media:-
Following questions must be answered if you want to rank well for a targeted keyword:-
  • Do you have target keyword in page title?
  • Do you have target keyword in your content or article?
  • Number of links pointing to the page?
  • Are links coming from high domain authority websites?
  • links should be created naturally with your brand
  • the page, you are going to take a link has relevancy with your niche
I hope you understand well in my words. Be in touch , there will be more tips and guidance will be going to publish soon. Don’t forget to comment if you like or not or want give back suggestion over the topic. 

Share and Enjoy

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Delicious
  • LinkedIn
  • StumbleUpon
  • Add to favorites
  • Email
  • RSS

Top 101 SEO People You Must Follow on Twitter

Twitter is the best tool to get latest updates about specific industry you involve in by following top people. As I am an SEO Expert really think that we should follow our Top Expert People to get their best tips and experiences to learn. So here I have decided to put a list together of the best SEO’s in our Marketing Industry, with their accounts description, followers and total tweets, so please feel free to add as many as you want!

The list is sorted from most to least by followers quantity:

1. Reg SaddlerJust a guy who loves Social Media, Tech, Photos and Humor. Want to know what our company does: The 1st Rule of Fightclub: you don’t talk about Fightclub. Following: 140822 | Tweets: 367004

2. Danny Sullivan – Editor of SearchEngineLand.com, covering Google, SEO, PPC and all aspects of search engines and search marketing. Following: 2714 | Tweets: 32901

3. SEOmoz – The Web’s Best SEO Software, Tools, Resources and Community. Following: 1124 | Tweets: 16135

4. Neil Patel – I’m Kind of a Big Deal Following: 51487 | Tweets: 5473

5. Search Engine Land – Follow us for news about Google, Bing, Yahoo, search marketing (SEM), search engine optimization (SEO), paid search (PPC) & how to use search engines better! Following: 30 | Tweets: 19321

6. Gerald Weber – Professional SEO -Social Media Enthusiast -Link Builder – Entrepreneur – Blogger – Skydiver – Always a student! Following: 62531 | Tweets: 35026

7. Avinash Kaushik – Author, Web Analytics 2.0 & Web Analytics: An Hour A Day | Digital Marketing Evangelist, Google | Co-Founder, Market Motive. Following: 88 | Tweets: 88

8. Rand Fishkin – CEO + founder of SEOmoz. I tweet 50-75X/week primarily on inbound marketing, SEO, startups & entrepreneurship. Following: 75 | Tweets: 12808

9. Aaron Wall – SEO + U = Win!!! Following: 268 | Tweets: 5796

10. Dan Zarrella – HubSpot’s Social Media Scientist. Following: 9140 | Tweets: 14829

11. Danny Whitehouse – SEO at Mindshare. Following: 33900 | Tweets: 24828

12. Lee Odden – Author: OptimizeBook.com CEO @toprank Online Marketing w/ insights on strategic Social Media, Search, Content & PR. Proud dad, world traveler, foodie. Following: 3141 | Tweets: 23048

13. Sean SEO – Internet Marketing Blogger with more time to blog than makes sense. Following: 40699 | Tweets: 10902

14. Joost de Valk – I build & tweak websites for performance, SEO and conversion, often using my WordPress plugins. Blogger, speaker & podcaster. Live in NL with wife and 3 kids. Following: 953 | Tweets: 22400

15. Matt Sawyer – London and Surrey based social media junkie. Part time blogger full time timewaster. Head of SEO and Digital Marketing at Datadial. Following: 20835 | Tweets: 9306

16. Brett Tabke – Founder @pubcon and @webmasterworld Inc. – passions: Community building, Conferences, Affiliate, Speaker, Author, Coder, ML programmer. Following: 17047 | Tweets: 10528

17. Kristi Hines – I am a freelance writer, blogger, and social media enthusiast who shares blog marketing tips at http://kikolani.com and personal tweets @kristihines Following: 15476 | Tweets: 15209

18. Vanessa Fox – I write and speak about search a lot. I own Nine By Blue, where we mix tech + data + search + user experience. Before that, I built Google webmaster central. Following: 303 | Tweets: 5408

19. Brent D. Payne – Former Tribune SEO Director. Now owner of BaldSEO, LLC a social media and SEO consulting firm. Proud father of Luke Payne and fiance of @spicymarina. #BaldSEO Following: 5833 | Tweets: 34091

20. Barry Schwartz – Search Geek. Following: 1044 | Tweets: 27788

21. Unbounce – The DIY Landing Page Platform: create, publish and A/B test landing pages in minutes with no coding or IT. Built for marketers, advertisers and designers. Following: 17271 | Tweets: 11448

22. Ann Smarty – (Guest) Blogging addict and excited owner of MyBlogGuest.com (the free community of guest bloggers!) – follow our official account as well @myblogguest Following: 3072 | Tweets: 15143

23. Bryan Eisenberg – Marketing Optimization expert, keynote speaker and New York Times best selling author, columnist. Following: 10038 | Tweets: 5449

24. Daron Babin – Learn SEO from the Rockstars who helped build the industry. Daron’s been doing SEO since 1996 and is joined by Chris Boggs @boggles of Rosetta. Following: 25089 | Tweets: 11198

25. Michael Gray – Sometimes I feel like a bot, sometimes I don’t … Wingman to @sugarrae Following: 218 | Tweets: 50533

26. Patrick Altoft – Director of Search at Branded3 a leading SEO & digital agency in the UK. Also blog at blogstorm.co.uk Following: 321 | Tweets: 6223

27. Sarah Carling – Co-founder of ObsidianEdge, remembered everywhere as the ‘crazy ginger chick’ internet marketer, blogger, and ranter at Following: 000 | Tweets: 000

28. Jill Whalen – CEO, High Rankings – a pioneer in SEO Consulting. If you like my Tweets be sure to sign-up for my informative and free SEO email newsletter by clicking here: Following: 742 | Tweets: 14082

29. Jordan Kasteler – Online Marketing Strategist for PETA / Internet Marketer / Entrepreneur Following: 216 | Tweets: 6255

30. Dave Naylor – Head of Search Marketing – Bronco.co.uk – Speak at lots of conferences on SEO. Bronco is a leading SEO, Web Dev & Design Agency which I run with @beckynaylor Following: 586 | Tweets: 8006

31. Matt McGee – Executive News Editor at SearchEngineLand.com & MarketingLand.com, speaker, marketing consultant, founder of atu2.com, author of ‘U2: A Diary’, husband, dad… Following: 506 | Tweets: 14998

32. Joanna Lord – VP of Growth Marketing at SEOmoz, social media lover and blog enthusiast. Sleeps rarely. Caffeinates often. Following: 998 | Tweets: 33163

33. SEOptimise – UK search marketing & social media agency. Check out our latest blog posts at http://www.seoptimise.com/blog. Following: 7294 | Tweets: 1787

34. Bas van den Beld – Search and social speaker, strategist, trainer and publicist. Following: 376 | Tweets: 23515

35. Jon Henshaw – Jon Henshaw – Co-Founder & Chief Product Officer (CPO) for Raven Internet Marketing Tools. I’m also this guy when I’m feeling surly: @henshaw Following: 6951 | Tweets: 8763

36. Ian Lurie – Founder & CEO of Portent, Inc. Speaker. Internet Marketer. I blog at http://www.portent.com/blog. I tweet marketing & news 5-8 times/day. Following: 4981 | Tweets: 21124

37. Todd Malicoat – Student, Teacher, http://todd.at/seo Consultant, Domainer, Lifestyle Entrepreneur, Fisherman http://MiamiFishing.com SEO http://www.stuntdubl.com Following: 622 | Tweets: 5511

38. Ralph Tegtmeier – Dominating search engines since 1996. SEO consulting (white hat/black hat), services & software development. Link building. Automatic content generation. Following: 4958 | Tweets: 115326

39. wilreynolds – Founder @seerinteractive LOVE helping clients grow their biz LOVE building links LOVE helping others in the community LOVE my team LOVE my wife & dog. Following: 356 | Tweets: 12586

40. Will Critchlow – I run Distilled, enjoy cooking, playing basketball and drinking whisky (in nearly any order) Following: 1052 | Tweets: 11435

41. Kate Morris – Search Engine Marketer, Longhorns Fan, Ford Mustang Lover. Following: 659 | Tweets: 21088

42. Jason Kneen – Creator of @tweet4me, @buffer4me, @appcookies • Web/App/Mobile Developer • #Appcelerator Titan • Co-creator of two gorgeous kids. Following: 156 | Tweets: 30532

43. Rhea Drysdale – CEO of Outspoken Media. SEO, link dev and ORM specialties. Ginger kid. Based in Troy, NY. Florida native. Following: 6990 | Tweets: 15022

44. Tom Critchlow – Move. Think. Create. Following: 799 | Tweets: 12928

45. Gabriella Sannino – International Organic SEO Content Strategist | Global Marketing Analyst | Speaker | Owner of Level343 – Si, sono Napoletana. Following: 1611 | Tweets: 48950

46. noah kagan – hi* Following: 158 | Tweets: 5361

47. Jake Langwith – SEO junkie, social media geek, gadget lover & photography nut. MD @stonecartersem Following: 8947 | Tweets: 12556

48. Rishi Lakhani – I am just your average guy interested in SEO and knowing people. This twitter a/c is explicitly me and only me. Following: 555 | Tweets: 27857

49. Marty Weintraub – Author, Speaker, World Traveler, Loves Sonoma, Napa, Oregon, NoCal, Nantucket, BWCA & My Awesome Family. Following: 364 | Tweets: 14820

50. Alison Zarrella – Boston girl and shopaholic living in Las Vegas. Social Media Manager @cosmopolitan_lv. Co-author of The Facebook Marketing Book from O’Reilly. Following: 2519 | Tweets: 15554

51. Richard Baxter – Director / Founder – SEOgadget LTD [A UK SEO company helping people & organisations succeed in search.] Following: 110 | Tweets: 10199

52. Jennifer Sable Lopez – Mom, SEO, geek, lover of nutella, buddhist wannabe. Community Manager at SEOmoz. Following: 655 | Tweets: 28004

53. theGypsy – SEO Consultant and IR geek – seen in USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Search Engine Watch, Search Engine Land and many more. Following: 1819 | Tweets: 12476

54. Arnie Kuenn – CEO of Vertical Measures a search, social & content marketing services company. Frequent speaker. Author of Accelerate! Hiking, travel, football, basketball. Following: 684 | Tweets: 18504

55. Danny Dover – Obsessed Writer at LifeListed.com, Author of Best Selling Book ‘SEO Secrets’, Senior SEO Manager at AT&T and former Lead SEO at SEOmoz. Following: 656 | Tweets: 3039

56. Michael Dorausch – Yes, I’m a real Los Angeles Chiropractor (ADIOLA). Also Planet Chiropractic guy, SEO Speaker, Distance Runner, Author and Photographer. Following: 152 | Tweets: 31972

57. Bill Slawski – Passionate about search, patents, the environment, music, and life. Following: 2872 | Tweets: 7439

58. Dr. Peter J. Meyers – I’m the ship that made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs. I may not look like much, but I’ve got it where it counts, kid. Following: 872 | Tweets: 29699

59. Lisa Myers – CEO at SEO & Social Media Agency; Verve Search. Founder of the blog SEO-Chicks.com & co-founder of StateofSearch.com Following: 837 | Tweets: 4464

60. MyCool King – Director of Inbound Marketing at iAcquire (Former SEO at Razorfish and Publicis Modem) Making Your Website Money Since 2006 Following: 422 | Tweets: 16997

61. Carolyn Shelby – SEO Director at Tribune, internet marketing strategist, speaker, great big geek who still writes code w/ vi Following: 390 | Tweets: 13305

62. Kristine Schachinger – Undercover tech, accessibility, standards, usability, SEO geek, Speaker PubCon, SMX, SES, DWE & SXSW Til then ‘see’ me each month @ SearchEngineWatch.com (+SAR). Following: 5673 | Tweets: 63761

63. Alan Bleiweiss – Forensic SEO Consultant, Blogger, Author, Speaker, and snarky rant specialist. Following: 466 | Tweets: 52559

64. KeyRelevance – KeyRelevance Online Marketing company offers SEO, PPC, analytics, and more. Christine Churchill has a personal twitter account at @chrischurchill Following: 5261 | Tweets: 1522

65. Kevin Gibbons – Speaker, blogger and founder of content marketing agency @quaturo Following: 583 | Tweets: 8688

66. Roxanne Darling – Writer, artist manager, host beachwalks.tv, speaker, social media strategist, founder @smchi, divine openings giver, @divinerox, photo @tracywcorvo Following: 5728 | Tweets: 16915

67. David Wallace – Founder & CEO of SearchRank – a full service search & social media marketing firm providing Internet marketing services since 1997. Following: 925 | Tweets: 10899

68. steveplunkett – Sr. Search Scientist @rockfish Dallas, Texas #whitecoatseo #gamer #analytics #socialmedia #digital #search #strategy #blogging #coffee Following: 4063 | Tweets: 73301

69. laura lippay – Gal w/ a unique past & spectacular future, advisor, content marketing, Pres. @howsyourpony, fascinated w/ intersection of future tech + marketing. Following: 652 | Tweets: 5847

70. Gianluca Fiorelli – SEO Consultant, SEOmoz Associate & State of Search blogger. Father, Choco Addict, loving Movies and his site. Following: 286 | Tweets: 28741

71. Matt Siltala – Founding Launcher of Avalaunch Media | @avalaunchmedia specializes in Content Marketing, Infographics, Social Promotion | SEO, & PPC | Search Industry Speaker. Following: 281 | Tweets: 37067

72. Mike Grehan – Group Publishing Director Interactive Marketing at Incisive Media. Following: 1954 | Tweets: 1518

73. kelvin newman – I organise #brightonseo, wrote a free (and awesome) book on link building called ‘Becoming a Clockwork Pirate’ and present itunes most popular marketing podcast. Following: 827 | Tweets: 11951

74. Paul Madden 3 – UK based SEO – formerly @seoidiot Following: 2238 | Tweets: 22532

75. Martin Macdonald – Inbound Marketing Director. Following: 93 | Tweets: 14002

76. Jim Boykin – CEO of Internet Marketing Ninjas. http://www.internetmarketingninjas.com and CEO of the Developer Shed properties. Following: 571 | Tweets: 229

77. Tad Chef – I help people with blogs, social media and search both in German & English. Following: 873 | Tweets: 11348

78. John Doherty – Entrepreneur. Traveler. Head of Distilled NYC. Photographer. Climber. Skier. Kingdom follower. I get things done. Following: 299 | Tweets: 21598

79. Branko Rihtman – Am I bovered? Look at my face, is my face bovvered? Face? Bovvered? Following: 808 | Tweets: 50092

80. Samuel Crocker – ADD Extraordinaire. SEO, Online Marketing, Football… Oh look- a shiny penny! UK based, regularly wear my heart on my sleeve. Following: 421 | Tweets: 17595

81. Adam Sherk – SEO / PR consultant, helping news & content sites with enterprise SEO, audience development & social media marketing. VP SEO & Social Media @ Define Media Group. Following: 1972 | Tweets: 4396

82. Paddy Moogan – Aston Villa Fan. Born in Birmingham, live in London. I work for Distilled as an SEO Consultant. I’m into anything related to SEO, sports, travelling. Following: 743 | Tweets: 5274

83. Ruud Hein – Web publisher, WordPress geek, SEO. Love coffee, music, coziness. SEO & editor for Search Engine People. Following: 117 | Tweets: 22917

84. Eric Enge – Holistic Internet Marketing Optimization Practitioner Following: 204 | Tweets: 3922

85. Ciarán Norris – 30-something web & music geek: southern (English) soul boy, currently in Dublin. Following: 940 | Tweets: 22909

86. Scott Polk – Co-Founder of ObsidianEdge SEO & Internet Marketing ~ pura vida – see me at: www.scottpolk.com Following: 1339 | Tweets: 8082

87. GarrettFrench – Dad. Husband. Founder, Citation Labs, LLC a Link Building Agency and Tool Factory. Following: 102 | Tweets: 6102

88. Peter Young – Regional Head of SEO – Mediacom / Co-Founder Sascon / Founder Holistic Search / Father of 3 – Following: 1941 | Tweets: 11314

89. SEOgadget – The bot behind the blog… Following: 477 | Tweets: 694

90. dan barker – i’m a big fan of ecommerce, emarketing, ebusiness, & selected other words beginning with e. Following: 2989 | Tweets: 17693

91. Cyrus Shepard – Chief Marketer at PlaceFull – http://PlaceFull.com. SEO & Startup Marketing Man. Following: 75 | Tweets: 2504

92. Dave Peiris – I make things. Following: 393 | Tweets: 7644

93. Alex Moss – Co-Founder and Technical Director of @3doordigital. Eater of food and watcher of television. Following: 711 | Tweets: 17758

94. Dwight Z – Just trying to build links under the radar. 8) Official twitter of speaker Dwight Z. Following: 3060 | Tweets: 3134

96. Jon Cooper – I’m the link builder Google needs, not the one it deserves. http://pointblankseo.com/ Following: 180 | Tweets: 3143

97. Rob Ousbey – I’m Rob Ousbey – VP Operations for Distilled – the internet people in Seattle & London. I created @linkstant Following: 606 | Tweets: 3629

98. Barry Adams – Tweets are my own. Following: 1107 | Tweets: 15214

99. Hannah Smith – SEO & PPC & CSI & Wot Not. Taller than the Conversion Rate Experts’ Squirrel…But only just. Following: 499 | Tweets: 3934

100. Scott Hendison – Father, husband, organic SEO consultant, baseball coach, and affiliate marketer. Not necessarily in that order. Following: 342 | Tweets: 6328

101. Darren Slatten – Rank #1 in Google within 24 hours, or no money back… GUARANTEED! Following: 201 | Tweets: 1504

If you feel there is someone should be on the list I missed to add, please let me know via comment below and i’ll try to add them soon and if you liked this post be sure to follow me @rambabu234sonu for more interesting stuff on SEO.
technorati.com check code: PF4BYNRW98SU

Share and Enjoy

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Delicious
  • LinkedIn
  • StumbleUpon
  • Add to favorites
  • Email
  • RSS