SEO Cookbook from Photography Spark
So what is it?
Recipes To Rank Higher is a guide that has over 100 pages of knowledge and advice, helping you achieve business success through search engines. Learn 31 ingredients Google considers important, 6 tools to power your optimization efforts, and 23 recipes to rank higher. This is essentially an SEO Cookbook from Photography Spark written by the infamous Zach Prez.
Why do I need to care?
A high search rank can help you to …
- Get more clients
- Attract the right clients
- Charge the fees you deserve
- Scale back paid marketing activities
- Look like you’re the best in your area
- Build a client base that can generate referral business
WOW! Okay seriously, where was this when I started out? This is THE guide to understanding and implementing SEO. Even though I’ve been actively blogging for a few years, this taught me new things! My favorite part are the recipes provided. Zach, you “whipped” up a “sweet” guide here! 115 pages of holding my hand and literally spoon-feeding me the information. It was refreshing to be able to sit and learn without having to supplement with other sources. I strongly recommend this for business owners that are lacking on SEO and web presence. After this book, SEO will be a cakewalk!! – Rachel Brenke, The Law Tog
So that was the official review of the book, but now the unofficial gossip. Can I say wow-wow? Maybe I am just SEO dumb (hey we all have our faults), but this seriously walked me from beginning to end. Many things I had to learn over the years after hours of research and tears. It makes me wonder how much farther on this marathon I would be if I had learned it sooner.
My absolute favorite part are the checklists and recipes. There’s no guessing games with just the philosophy and psychology of SEO. Zach lays it all out for me. My favorite. Perhaps I shouldn’t admit I want to be spoon-fed info, but sometimes I have to be. Having three kids and two businesses, I have to dedicate time to education…but I don’t want to spend my time having to do external research and starting from scratch all the time. Lazy? Nah. Efficient. Let’s stick with that.
Don’t take my word for it!