Traffic Think Tank is a private membership community run through Slack that's focused on helping you master SEO. Alongside access to the Slack community you'll get access to over 300+ hours of exclusive learning materials (videos, tools, process docs, etc.) as well as monthly webinars and live Q&A sessions.

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Hey Product Hunt 👋Matt here from Traffic Think Tank. I’m one of the three co-founders, along with @nick_eubanks and @ianhowells, and we’re all really excited to share our latest project with you all. All three of us have spent a large chunk of our careers focused on search engine optimization (SEO). I’m the Director of Marketing over at HubSpot, Ian is the Director of Search at LendingTree, and Nick runs multiple major marketing agencies with some of the biggest brands in the world on their books. Now, learning SEO isn’t easy. There are tons of self-proclaimed “experts” and a whole host of confusing and contradictory content out there on what actually works to drive traffic from the search engines. Traffic Think Tank looks to solve this. We’ve built a private membership community and brought in some of the leading minds in the industry (that are actually able to demonstrate their expertise through results) to regularly produce educational content to members. In short, we’re giving you everything you need to learn about SEO, have your issues diagnosed and open up new career opportunities. Anyway, we’ll be sticking around all day to answer your questions and would love any suggestions that you have (criticisms openly welcomed and encouraged!). ✌️
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When I first got involved in digital marketing I fell in at the deep end, and had no clue about what was important and where to focus my time. I spent 12-18 floundering around, making little progress, until I eventually discovered the SEO community. I slowly starting building up my network - which took lots of time and proactive effort.

Traffic Think Tank shortcuts all of this. When you don't know where to start, you can just ask any of the experienced marketers in there who have done it a million times. When you want to talk through specific problems with people going through exactly the same shit, you'll find that too. And you'll have a fantastic portal to grow and develop your own network, through the Slack community and offline events.

And if all you want to do is sit back quietly and learn, then the excellent, regular webinars and case studies will absolutely have you covered.

TTT is a fantastic community and I'm honoured to be a part of it. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anyone in digital marketing, particularly those who want some support from more experienced heads, or those who want to skill-up and push themselves to the next level.


- Super engaged community

- High quality, exclusive content

- Access to a wealth of experience

- Particularly strong SEO focus


Could be clearer/easier to access evergreen content

That's awesome! Finding high-quality SEO community on the internet is rare! Does your videos section contain only beginners SEO videos or there is also advanced SEO videos?
@yuval_halevi1 Hey Yuval, thanks for the comment. We have content that covers all kinds of levels of knowledge - from beginner level content (like, how to carry out keyword research) through to highly advanced content (like, how to do log file analysis for SEO). You can actually view a full list of all of our current content here:
@matthewbarby Thank you for the fast answer! Great design in the member's section. Will dig more into the full content list now
@yuval_halevi1 we have the awesome to thank for that design 😄
@yuval_halevi1 Definitely more advanced stuff. I've been doing client SEO for a few years and SEO for my own projects even longer and I get SO MUCH from the training in there.
8 years of working online as a blogger and internet marketer, and still haven't mastered completely SEO. Maybe, I can give Traffic Think Tank a go and clarify my doubts. I have many questions I'd love a clean and professional answer.
Hey @erikemanuelli - we've got an ever-growing library of guides, videos, etc here: and are always happy to answer specific questions from members, be it in the public channels, or via DMs if there's sensitive client info, etc. If the content list looks like it would be helpful - we'd love to see you inside 👍
@erikemanuelli @ianhowells The list looks helpful. How often you plan to update your content? SEO changes a lot (Google algorithm updates for example), So we always need to learn new SEO techniques and adapt our self to changes in this field
Hey @jeff_rivas - A new video/guide/webinar/etc is typically added every Wednesday. Discussion happen all throughout the day, across channels. The SEO and Q&A channels are the most active on a day to day basis.
@erikemanuelli @ianhowells @jeff_rivas I disagree that SEO changes a lot. That's something that people use to try to get you to read the latest blog post or buy the latest product. You don't have to worry about that in TTT. The best practices are laid out and quantified by the members and the nuances (the small things that change) are talked about openly. 😃
Traffic Think Tank is o̶n̶e̶ ̶o̶f̶ ̶t̶h̶e̶ ̶b̶e̶s̶t̶ the best SEO community out there. Being a paid SEO community a lot of you might have reservations to join but I think this barrier to entry weeds out a lot of the inactive and troll accounts that fill up the other communities. The regular Webinars, Live Q&As & Templates that are shared alone make up for the cost of joining. The cherry on top is the fact that the community is made of industry veterans who are willing to share their knowledge and experiences with you, it's like having the SEO community as a mentor.