If you’re looking for a solid community where you can learn more about Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Pay Per Click advertising (PPC) then you MUST check out the weekly SEOChat (11am Mountain time Thursdays) and PPCChat (Tuesday at 12pm Eastern) on Twitter.
Each week is hosted by a different person, with about 5-7 hosts rotating responsibility. They choose a topic of focus for each week and ask questions around those topics and solicit answers, thoughts or follow up questions from the “chatters.”
Alright. I've been thinking a lot about Technical SEO requirements the past few months. Thought it would be a good topic for today. #seochat
— Ash Buckles (@ashbuckles) August 29, 2013
Etiquette dictates you ask the host if it’s okay to ask a question, and you keep your question focused on that day’s topic – but generally our community is VERY VERY willing to help out, so don’t hesitate to try. I use the tool Tweetchat.com to follow the action, it makes it easy to see and respond by automatically adding the chat’s hashtag to your tweets.
I admit, I have been missing out on these resources lately. I’m a busy gal, after all! Luckily there are some ways you can catch up on past chats – check out the great round up for SEO chat at SearchMarketingWeekly.com .
If you want to follow PPCChat round ups, try PPCChat.co These are in reverse order – so 2013 is at the bottom of the page!
Round-ups are generally posted a few days after the chat. Today’s SEOchat was all about technical SEO – here’s a twitter stream for you to take a gander at: