SEO is what allows your website to be found on search engines. In my book A Blonde’s Guide to Be A Better Marketer: For Authors Only  I discuss the steps to improve your SEO in Chapter 4. In that chapter, I break down the steps to helping you find keywords to use and where to place them within your website.

While SEO is essential to getting “traffic” to your site. It isn’t the only way. Many authors have found ways to boost their traffic with Youtube, Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter just to name a few. But, if doing these things haven’t helped you improve your ranking it might be time to hire a professional. I have 2 amazing SEO guys on my team, but as I have said before my business isn’t always the best fit for everyone.

This is the short list of SEO businesses I recommend outside of my own. I have found there are GREAT SEO companies and there are some not so great companies. The ones I am suggesting are ones I would personally use. I trust these companies to deliver the best results for you.

  1. Tim Priebe

Tim Priebe T&S Online Marketing

Tim is a public speaker, author, columnist, and the owner of T&S Online Marketing. He’s been working on websites since 1997, and has experience in various areas of digital marketing, including search engine optimization, blogging, email newsletter marketing, social media, and online video, among others. He regularly assists clients with their presence on social networks including Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google Plus, and YouTube.

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2. Brent Broadnax

Brent Broadnax NerdBox

Brent is Managing Partner at NerdBox, a marketing agency focusing on search engine optimization, social media management, and digital advertising focused on helping companies attract visitors, convert leads, and close customers. Previously, Brent worked as an Information Technology Analyst for both the State of New Jersey and Verizon Communications. He graduated with from the New Jersey Institute of Technology with a master’s degree in Business Administration with concentrations in Information Systems and Marketing.

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Ashli AvalonAshli Avalon is the author of “A Blonde’s Guide to Be A Better Marketer: For Authors Only.”  and the owner of Den Enda Consulting. If you want to join the conversation follow her on Twitter at @ashliavalon use #coffewithashli for questions. They are answered live Twitter on Thursdays at 10am EST.