What do you think is the easiest/quickest way to learn about SEO?

Jaume Ros
14 replies
Apart from learning the fundamentals online (reading or online courses) - I think it's all about testing. Going out and building a website, and trying to rank it for a specific keyword is by far the best way to learn. This way you get exposed to all sides of SEO and you learn a lot faster. Would love to know your thoughts on how you guys are learning and if you have any tips for other beginners. Also here's my last video where I cover this topic more in depth:


Lior Galante Cohen (Vaza)
Thank you for this video, Jaume! Can you recommend any free SEO Keyword Research tools?
Jaume Ros
@lior_galante_cohen Hey Lior! Thanks for the support. These are a couple tools I used when I was starting out: https://keywordsheeter.com/ https://answerthepublic.com/ Give this ahrefs blog post a read - they give pretty good guidance on these tools: https://ahrefs.com/blog/free-key...
Tejas Gawande
backlinko.com is the one-stop for all things SEO. I love their depth of coverage and actionable advice.
Jaume Ros
@tejas_gawande Backlinko is very good! I would also check out the ahrefs blog - they have amazing content!!
Debajit Sarkar
The easiest/quickest way to learn about SEO is to learn Search Intent (also called "User Intent") first. If you can nail this, SEO will be a breeze. There are 4 types of search intent: 1.Informational 2.Navigational 3.Commercial 4.Transactional https://www.semrush.com/blog/how... Search engines understands from the 4 types of search intent what type is being searched. And based on that the search engine will display the result. For instance, if the search intent is Informational, there is no need to optimize your landing page with keywords that are Commercial. So if you are creating content for your website always keep the search intent of the person in mind.
Misha Krunic
Great vid as always, Jaume!
Anett Keresztes
The video is great, but I think people can learn more by working on SEO. Get an internship or a trainee position somewhere and your knowledge will expand within a few months. 🚀
Charlene Gallant
Most of the really good keyword tools eventually require you to pay for a subscription of some sorts. It is unfortunate, but sometimes you have to accept that to make money, you have to invest it as well :)
Thrister Mas
You need to practice that is it quickest way to learn anything
Jack taylor
you have to read the guides and, above all, test and work. There is no other way
Atul Ghorpade
I think www.learningseo.io have amazing resources for SEO.
Prince-Brown Jasper
You learn SEO by doing. A and B testing. Check what works, review, restrategies and implement.