Top 10 SEO Bloggers To Follow For SEO, Traffic And Conversion Tips

Kumar Gauraw

Aren’t SEO, website traffic, engagement and conversion one of the major ongoing battles for every website owner? Aren’t these things important to you?

Top 10 SEO Bloggers To Follow For Tips Tricks And SEO Strategies

I know these are an important aspect of online marketing to me. And, if these things are important to you also, you need to learn from the best and continue to learn today, and every day.

The rules of the game keep changing. What worked last year, doesn’t  work this year. SEO is an ever evolving field and that is why I always want to keep up with the pros in this field.

A Few I Came To Admire Made It Into This List

In the sea of experts in the search engine marketing field, either you can follow anybody who claims to know all about SEO, or you can look for the fruit on their tree and then make your call.

People who have made it into this list are the people I admire, I follow and know that they know their stuff. You look at their Google Rank, their following on social media and activity levels and you know that these are real experts with real knowledge.

These people actively engage on Twitter and Google+ at least if not on every single social network.

These SEO Experts Are Bloggers (People), Not Companies

There are many great SEO blogs such as MOZ, Search Engine Journal, SEO Book etc. Those are great resources for learning SEO too. But that wasn’t my intention behind this post.

People who have made it into this list, are the people who run their blogs and personally engage on social media. While they may have a team supporting them, they take time to share their knowledge and represent their brand name.

The List Of Top 10 SEO Experts And Their Blogs

Okay,  let’s get now with this list of top 10 SEO bloggers I think you should follow to learn SEO tips and tricks you can benefit from.

1. Neil Patel

Twitter: @neilpatel

I already posted about him in my earlier post about top entrepreneurs to follow. But, I wanted to make sure I mention about Neil’s blog when we talk about SEO strategies, powerful traffic generation tactics  — because what he does makes him one of the best in this arena.

He certainly deserves another mention in this post when we are talking about the experts in the world of SEO.

Neil always posts something of value. But, here are a few awesome SEO guides you might benefit from:

2. Matt Cutts

Twitter: @mattcutts

In case you don’t know Matt Cutts yet, he is currently the head of Google’s Webspam team. Matt shares what’s happening in the Google’s world with respect to SEO, answers questions and advises what’s good and what’s not so good SEO practice.

Once in a while, Matt’s blog updates create a lot of buzz in the SEO world and he is somebody you should definitely follow if you would like to keep up with Google and search engine optimization in general on a regular basis.

Now, I am not going to publish “all-time hits” from his blog for the nature of his blog. But, here are recent two posts from Matt that you want to see:

3. Rand Fishkin

Twitter: @randfish

Rand Fishkin calls himself as the Wizard of Moz as he writes in his bio. And now you probably know that he is one of the co-founders of Moz. Moz started up in 2004 as an SEO consulting company and is now looked up to as one of the most reputed names in the SEO industry.

Well, Rand blogs as Moz and engages with his readers. He shares a log of great information in his posts and I want to share some I liked the most. So, here are my favorites from Rand:

4. Jon Morrow

Twitter: @JonMorrow

Jon Morrow is one of my favorite bloggers and true to his fame, he delivers some incredible content in his unique style. Well, first of all, I am his admirer for the sheer amount of inspiration he is for me and a lot of people through his life. Learn more about him and his challenges to get inspired.

Jon is not an SEO services person, but he is an incredible coach for building a blog online, building your influence online and making it happen. Here are a couple of posts from Jon’s treasure for your reference:

5. Bruce Clay

Twitter: @BruceClayInc

Bruce Clay is founder and president of Bruce Clay, Inc. (BCI), a global Internet marketing optimization firm.  BCI has its own set of SEO tools and they also do training. As an industry thought leader, Bruce is an accomplished speaker, author and educator.

On the blog, there are multiple authors and you can connect any of them, although I only refer to Bruce since he is the founder.

A couple of interesting posts from Bruce Clay’s website that I enjoyed going through, I would like to share with you as a reference as well:

6. Anna Hoffman

Twitter: @AnaTrafficCafe

Anna Hoffman is a well-respected brand name when we talk about traffic generation. She shares very unique insights into all aspects of online business development and especially in SEO strategies. I have picked up so many great tips from Anna and implemented and enjoyed the rewards.

If you want to take your website’s traffic to the next level, you do want to follow Anna and her sage  advice. You will be amazed how much progress you can make with the education you get through her.

And now, it’s a difficult task for me to choose two from her all incredible posts. So, here is my attempt:

7. Bill Slawski

Twitter: @bill_slawski

Bill Slawski is the president of SEO by the Sea, an SEO services company. Bill has been engaged in professional SEO and internet marketing consulting for more than a decade and shares some very interesting information with regard to search marketing at this blog.

Yes, I do have a couple of blog posts to share with you from Bill’s SEO by the Sea blog as well. So, here you go:

8. Nick Eubanks

Twitter: @nick_eubanks

Nick Eubanks has an interesting story. He comes from a financial background, but turned around his career to build a business around SEO which has thrived over the years.

Although Nick has helped companies of all sizes, including Thomson Reuters, Morgan Stanley, IBM, and Comcast etc., he shares a few great tips and tricks about search engine optimization, traffic techniques and all sort of things about online marketing.

You may enjoy a couple of these posts which I found very valuable:

9. Jason Acidre

Twitter: @kaiserthesage

Jason Acidre is a Manila-based Search Strategist who blogs at KaiserTheSage and shares a lot of great information about SEO and online marketing related topics.

The blog is Jason’s personal journal as he shares. But, this journal can be a source of great information for you as a blogger, as an online marketer. Here are a couple of my favorite blog posts from Jason:

10. Andy Beal

Twitter: @AndyBeal

Andy Beal is an online reputation management consultant, award-winning blogger and a professional speaker. Andy is considered as one of the world’s most respected online reputation management consultants.

Last but not the least, the blog in question here, Marketing Pilgrim is an award winning news publication that covers internet marketing news and trends. Andy Beal is the founder and editor of Marketing Pilgrim.

You can connect with Andy on social networks and engage with him there. But, you want to follow the blog articles shared at Marketing Pilgrim because it will add a lot of value to your online efforts.

For example, here are my two favorite blog posts from this blog:

Would You Like To Share Your Thoughts?

If there are others that can help the blogosphere with SEO strategies that are not listed here, how about sharing that here for all to benefit?

I know we don’t usually allow URLs in comments to avoid spam. But, in this case, please feel free to share the blog URLs along with your comment as to why you like the blog in your comments.

If the URL of the blog you share is appropriate for the topic and genuine, I will approve them. Thank you kindly!


Kumar Gauraw

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Kumar Gauraw is a Personal Branding & Social Media strategist helping entrepreneurs and skilled professionals achieve personal and professional success by developing leadership and leveraging the power of the Internet, Blogging and Social Media.

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  1. Hi Kumar,
    You’ve really done your homework here, and with a lot to look at. Note to self: Set aside time to read these links. πŸ˜‰
    I thought I would compare your list to this one
    and not surprising, they are all different. There are many, many SEO experts, and they all have their unique insights to share. This link I’ve provided should also pique your curiosity Kumar, as I know you are always interested in learning as much as possible.

    Have an awesome week!

    • Hi Bill,

      Thanks for sharing that link. I think this list has a few names I am familiar with but never followed. Thus, I also write a note to self: Get to know these people and follow them.

      Yeah, we all are a work in progress and so are these experts. All we are trying to do is to learn from their experience and short cut the time it would otherwise take to experience the same thing personally to gain the same knowledge.


      • Hi Gauraw! Why Matt Cutts in number 2 spot? If you would ask me why, my simple answer would be, he should be on number 11. hehe just kidding.
        The world of SEO are in critical situation right now or maybe in a good direction? Many webmaster had being crazy their site is penalized … oopss I guess my comment are being off topic, I just really want to say my mind.

        But by the way, you never even mention ViperChill, Brian Dean or Pat Flynn? they are some of my well known blogger that also my mentors when it comes to SEO.
        All in all, great post sir.


        • Hi Chris,

          The numbers are insignificant. Whoever first came to my mind, came first. These numbers are not their rank πŸ™‚ All these people have something of value to offer and so I picked them up.

          Thanks for sharing about ViperChill, Brian Dean. I will check them out. Pat Flynn is a great guy with a lot of great content. However, I don’t learn SEO from him. So, I didn’t mention of him. Pat is great for entrepreneurship, making money online and things of that nature. But, he doesn’t specialize in SEO.


  2. Kumar,

    The folks you just mentioned here are quite great in what they do, no doubts. I have previosuly also had the pleasure of taking a look at their work and must agree that they are truly worthy of mention.

    However, I personally have come to the conviction also that knowledge gained via thorough experimentation serves the best purpose because the Internet has no one answer and situations are diverse in every niche…what works for them may never hold true for me…I therefore hardly bother with their advice.

    …So I will advice anyone who is interested in lasting in the blogosphere.


    • That is true Akaahan. I agree that your situations and different from mine and/or these experts and so we need to pay attention to our own individual situations.

      Sure! But doesn’t that apply in every aspect of life? I mean you and me still went to schools and learnt math and science from our teachers even though that knowledge didn’t apply exactly the same way into our lives (and some of it didn’t ever get applied at all)?

      Personal experiments are good thing. But, I don’t want to make the same mistake Neil Patel made to find out that it is a mistake. My philosophy is, if somebody tells me there is a pothole there, I don’t want to try it myself and fall into it to gain experience πŸ™‚

      What do you say about that?


      • Most brilliant logic, I must say.

        However, your analogy is a bit faulty – at least in my estimation.

        We aren’t supposed to learn ‘general practice’ from these ‘gurus’ like we learnt in school. What they teach is specific…more like: “if you must be successful, you must be a lawyer!”

        Now, if my grade teacher had said that, I would have vehemently disagreed! Do you get my point?


        • Actually, no πŸ™‚

          I am not sure why you would take your teacher’s guidence in a generic sense while anybody else’s teachings as a ‘specific’ instruction. That isn’t fair, is it?

          I don’t think these people are any less educated than most reachers in schools. They also know that your business and your situation is different than mine and theirs. I don’t think any of these leaders teach anything “specifically”. What they say is to be taken in a general sense and applied with common sense as I take it.

          I guess what I am suggesting to you is, unless you pay them money to be specific to your situation, even they know that they can’t give you exact instruction. So, I do not agree with you when you say that they tell you to do something you must do. Besides, don’t you and I write in our posts and use the word “must” many times? I think we all use that word in one or the othre way and so, we should be also apply the same logic when we see others use that word, right? πŸ™‚

  3. Hi Kumar,

    In the first instance I was surprised to see Matt Cutts on your list. He’s an insider πŸ™‚ But then I re-read the title of the blog, and including him here makes sense. Why is Matt just No 2 is a mistery to me, but that’s not important πŸ™‚

    I also noticed a name I was surprised to see here, but I won’t reveal the name. This part of the comment is a negative one.

    I wish I could add some more names, but SEO isn’t on my list since 2008 or ’09. Anyway, I was considering to add SEO back, so your post came at the right time. Thank you!

    • Hi Adrian,

      One disclaimer that probably I should have made in the beginning somewhere is ,”This list isn’t an ordered list.”

      That means, who came to my mind first at the time of writing this, got the first spot. It doesn’t mean that are the greatest blogger πŸ™‚

      I think adding SEO will be a good thing. Now, does that mean I can look forward to hearing more from you on SEO in the near future?


      • Nope, not in the near future. Within the next month I can read tons of SEO articles, but that won’t make me already a good SEO-er. You know, usually I don’t write articles about topics I don’t know very well. Well, at least this is what I think LOL

  4. Hi Kumar,

    SEO is an ever changing concept. And I must admit that I’m not a master, when it comes to SEO. So, keeping this in mind, I make it a point to follow some influential bloggers, who are well versed in SEO and its related aspects.

    As I went through your list, I came upon some familiar names and some new ones. I see my favorite 3 bloggers mentioned here. They are- Neil Patel, Jon Morrow and Rand Fishkin. They all are authoritative figures in SEO field.

    They consistently churn out top quality content that teaches me something new each time! Talking about the new names that I came upon here, I’ll sure start following them too!

    Thanks for providing links to their sites and social profiles. πŸ™‚


    • Hi Arun,

      Yes, I’ve seen you on Neil’s posts I believe and glad to know you aren’t ignoring SEO.

      Thank you for dropping by and sharing your experience with a few of these SEO thought leaders!


  5. Hi Kumar

    This week I plan on doing a lot of studying – exactly about SEO and other things so I have bookmarked this site and will be referring to it further. Thanks.

  6. Hi Kumar,

    That’s a wonderful list indeed of all the SEO gurus πŸ™‚

    Honestly speaking, I’ve yet to buy any software and apply the real SEO techniques as I hardly know much of all that, except the little I do, thanks to Google’s free tool. And I’m glad that SEO has changed over time and there’s more of variation and writing naturally that’s taking shape now – better for us I’d say.

    I know most of the bloggers you mentioned like Jon, Ana, Neil and a few others, though the rest I’d surely be checking out. Always good to pick up from those who are experts in their field, isn’t it?

    Thanks for sharing. Have a nice week ahead πŸ™‚

    • Absolutely Harleena! It’s always a great idea to keep up with the market and SEO, being an important part of how we get traffic, requires some attention.

      So, I decided to share about some of these thought leaders and help the community connect with some of them and learn from the best.

      You have a wonderful week as well. Thank you!


  7. Sandy

    I know that maybe I should pay closer attention to SEO, but I don’t – I am so busy focusing on my writing that there never seems to be enough hours in my day – But if I were to start to focus on it, I would be following your examples!

    • Awesome Sandy! I am glad you found these helpful when you begin focussing on SEO.

  8. This looks like a fantastic resource. Since it’s the first of the week, I haven’t had time to really look at it in depth but will check out the links later. Thank you for sharing.

    • No problem Beth. First day is the week is a lot busy for all of us. I also do the same thing. Collect the information, organize it to follow up and go through during the week.

      Have a great week!

  9. Hi Kumar,

    I love those list post, because it gives the reader some material that is priceless. I know some of those blogs, but not all. Will check them out!

    My knowledge of SEO is OK, but for sure could be better, but of course the rules change all the time.

    Thanks for sharing this πŸ™‚

    • You are very welcome Sylviane! SEO sure keeps changing and that is why we need to follow a few thought leaders in Search Engine Marketing so we can keep up with that’s needed tomorrow as we keep marching ahead.

      Glad you found the post useful. Thank you and have a great week!

  10. Tim

    I admit I am a little be the eight ball when it comes to SEO and how it can be of benefit to me but with that said your post today is a great resource as I continue to learn. Thanks, Tim

    • You are very welcome Tim. I know how you must be feeling reading this post πŸ™‚

      But you will pick these things up in due course, I am sure πŸ™‚

  11. Hi,
    Thanks for this post. I’ve been hearing the word SEO. Not to think of it. I never knew what it means. But I think reading this post has clarify my taught. I need to start implementing them on my post and also connect with bloggers who have full knowledge in these field.

    Thanks again for the post.

  12. Hello kumar!
    This is indeed a great source of information for bloggers who need some SEO strategies! I follow Anna Hoffman and have learned a lot from her!
    Good post!

    • Awesome Tuhin! I am sure you would have picked up a lot of great tactics from Anna just like I did. She does share some great stuff!

      Check out some of the other leaders as well. You will be enlightened even more πŸ™‚

  13. Awesome list of great bloggers. I guess I’m following most of the bloggers in this list and rest I’ll check them out.

    Thanks for sharing

  14. Sure I have been visiting some of these blogger’s sites and they are filled with very helpful contents. I am sure most of us have learnt and are learning SEO through their site. This is awesonme and a good confirmation that they are doing something great in their blogging career as they help others rise. Nice post.

  15. Hey Kumar,

    I only am familiar with four of the people on this list although I don’t follow them on a regular basis. I do visit some of their blogs but not consistently and I certainly don’t do it to learn SEO as you probably already know. LOL!!! Traffic, now that’s what I’m talking about.

    I will admit though that I should give SEO more thought and probably will in the coming months so I’m going to bookmark this post and come back when I have more time to check out these links. I know that when I need to start learning more about this is when this post is really going to come in handy.

    Thank you for sharing with us though who you follow and that right there means I should pay more attention to what they share.


    • Hi Adrienne,

      I don’t like to learn these things which keep changing every few days just like Facebook πŸ™‚

      But the problem is, I need it, we all need it. So, while following these awesome people helps us keep up with the things important to our SEO efforts, it also helps build some relationships and that is very valuable.

      I am glad you thought that this could be a helpful post when you focus on SEO πŸ™‚

      Have a great week Adrienne!


  16. Hi Kumar, I will not pretend that SEO is a priority for what most would term my vanity blog but as always your info is clear, well structured and balanced and provides a very valuable service to most. Well Done !

    • Thank you Paul. Certainly appreciate the appreciation πŸ™‚

      Have a wonderful new week!


  17. I must say that the list is awesome and since it comes from Kumar Gauraw; then it must have some meat. I have subscribed to their updates and hope to get benefitted. Thanx for nice compilation.

  18. I will be checking this list out. I’m trying to get more SEO traffic to my website.

  19. You have shared some really good resources. I’m going through the list now. I’m still trying to figure out SEO and this will be a big help to my research.

  20. It was interesting I hadn’t heard many of the names in years. Andy Beal and Bruce Clay have both stood the test of time. I would say another person is Danny Sullivan. When I first started my business in the early nineties, Danny was considered a leading “search engine guru,” His blog site is I really don’t think too many compare to him.

  21. Great post! I knew some of these SEO gurus but not all of them, so thank you for adding to my library of resources.

  22. Hi Kumar, this is my first visit to your site, and what a good one! I’m bookmarking this one to go back and research these blogs. I get overwhelmed when I think about SEO, but want to spend some time getting better at it. Thanks for getting me started!

  23. Hi Kumar,

    I want to learn more about SEO and this list of SEO gurus and the websites comes right on time for me. I’ve only heard of one or two of these people so I’m going to definitely check them out and follow. I’ve just updated my blog so next step – get with SEO. Thanks for the list. I saw a couple of articles (links) I need to ready.

    Thanks for this inspirational post. Inspiration for me! πŸ™‚

  24. Kumah

    I am so clueless regarding SEO and I need private lessons. Please can I have a SEO 101 ddummy guide? I need to understand how this works. Thanks for the enlightenement.

  25. Hey Kumar
    Always a great thing to have – a list of experts! Did you tweet and let them know, you will get some nice reshares from this :>
    I know about half on the list, but do not always have the time to read what they write.
    Neil is a gun for sure. And Anna has had some great ideas I have used in the past.
    Jon Morrow is king of the headline and much more. He is s start writer and gets loads of traffic as a result.
    Thanks for sharing this, time to bookmark

    • Hi Ashley,

      Thanks for the suggestion on notifying them. I have notified a few and yet to notify a few more.

      But I see how focused you are about leveraging the power of social media πŸ™‚

      Have a great day my friend!


  26. Thank you for all the resources! As a newbie to blogging, SEO is something I’ll start keeping an eye on.

  27. Hey Kumar,

    This was well researched I tell you. I believe the reason why I’m following Neil Patel is because of one of your earlier blog posts. I have read some of Matt Cutts work and I met Ana Hoffman about 4 years ago when I first started doing online marketing. I believe she was just getting her feet wet too because she invited me to one of her blogging facebook groups. At the time I couldn’t keep up with her LOL. But I’ll definitely keep my eye open for the rest of the people you mentioned here! Thanks for sharing the list!

    • Hi Sherman!

      Good to hear from you! So you did start your journey around the same time Anna started?

      That is very interesting thing to know. I would like to know more about it sometime πŸ™‚

      Thank you for dropping by while I get ready to post my next post in a few minutes!

      Have a terrific day ahead!


  28. Great blog post for pointing out best SEO practices for increasing your search engine rankings My advice would be learn basics of SEO especially if you are beginner and later on you can opt for advanced level SEO techniques

    Very nice tips and you must generate great quality content regularly and keep on learning new things which are happening in your niche.One should always blog about useful content which might be useful for your readers and this will gradually increase your authority in the niche or topic and increase traffic to your blog

    • Thanks Rohit!
      You are so very right about being consistent and adding value with every post. This is what differentiates pros from the rest.

      Thanks for dropping by and sharing your thoughts!


  29. Hello Mr. Kumar

    I trust you are well and ready for the weekend.

    The little amount of time that I have been coming to your site, it has always been helpful.
    You are definitely a man with many resources and I appreciate all that you share.
    I realize your heart is to help others and for that I thank you.
    Even though I am not too familiar with SEO, I have heard some of the names. If you recommend them, then I know they have value in their writings and we can learn from them,

    I am in the School of Learning, but I am glad because that is one of the ways to keep our brain active.

    Thank you again

  30. Jay

    Since my knowledge of SEO is still in the crapper so lists like this are needed for people like me. Thanks for sharing this great information

  31. Kumar,
    That’s a tough list you have compiled here. Neil is the one I know and follow most. His tips have helped me a lot. Now, some more great folks on the list I’ll need to check out

    I love this post for sure and thanks for sharing it

  32. Good and useful list, Kumar. Catch is Google keep on changing their altorithm in ways that nobody seem to anticipate. Even multinational companies using experts have been punished by Google and lost their page rank.

    • That’s right Catrina. That is why none of these tips are about Google. We are here to discuss about things which are important to your readers as much as these are important to Google.

      As long as we are not in business to please Google only, we shouldn’t worry what Google changes because fundamentals do not change.

      • Kumar, those multinationals were punished by Google and lost their page rank when Google decided to crack down on SEO strategies they didn’t like.

        This post gives advice about SEO. To quote you:” The rules of the game keep changing. What worked last year, doesn’t work this year. SEO is an ever evolving field”.

        Far too many bloggers write for SEO and Google doesn’t like that. So on and off they decide to stop SEO tactics. Have personally never written for SEO and hence have nothing to fear from Google. Actually undetstand that it annoys Google how blogs try to con them by coming up with new, smart SEO strategies to give them a better page rank.

        • That is exactly right Cateina. That is why I do not treat SEO the way you perceive it.

          I am not sure what you are trying to suggest here though. I am just a but confused as to whether you are questioning these strategies I have shared here or are you supporting them?

          I don’t think Google (or any search engine) penalizes people for doing the right thing and that is the whole point of this discussion.

          Besides, this post is not about discussing advance SEO techniques. The strategies that perhaps you are talking about, are not even discussed here because this post is for people who think SEO means spending money to please Google, which is an incorrect perception as I see it.

          So, anyways, what is that you are suggesting?

  33. We can learn a lot of things from these pro bloggers above in your list. I am also a fan of writings of Amit Aggarwal from India. He also write a great article.


    • Hello Dr. Diana,

      Amit Agrawal is also an awesome blogger. I have heard about him through many people as well. But I did not see him specifically writing about SEO. So, I didn’t include him in this list.

      Or, have I miscalculated his focus?


  34. I think you have worked really hard to compile this list. As I am new to blogging and thinking about SEO so it is good for me to know about these famous names. Thank you for a nice and informative share.

  35. I came to blogging 6 months ago and I’m juggling the whole internet to make a list of websites to follow regularly to gain some knowledge in SEO, Thanks for sharing

  36. Hello Mr. Kumar,

    There is of course no doubt these are great guys in this blogosphere but if I may add my own voice to this, I

    think it will be prudent for us to build our own experience instead of just following whatever these guys say!

    When it comes to web hosting for instance, many were making lot of noise about Hostgator but at the end, they weren’t worth the hype. I have now built my own experience with Ipage and it is simply awesome!

    • Hi Emmanuel,

      Following someone doesn’t mean becoming a sheep and becoming dumb.

      The idea is to be like an ant. Pickup what you think is good for you and leave what you don’t like. Smart people do not wait to learn from their own experience for everything because they understand the value of time. Instead, they learn for others, apply some common sense and decide what’s good for them to move on.

      That is the intent. Not to become a blind follower.


  37. Kumar,

    You have created such a priceless list of wonderful people that are so knowledgeable. I’ve taken some courses from a few of them. The one’s I am not familiar with, I will check them out.

    When it comes to SEO….I do need to be more mindful of that. I’m OK..but not good enough. Thanks for compiling such a great list of people.


    • Hi Donna!

      Glad to hear from you. Yes, I know you have done a great job with a lot of things around SEO and remember working with David setting up your webmaster account as well πŸ™‚

      SEO keeps changing and that is why it’s important to keep an eye on what these people are saying so we know what is working and what is no more working without wasting our time on finding those things out πŸ™‚

      Thank you for dropping by and have a great new week!


  38. Hi,
    very useful artical indeed. SEO matters lot in blogging so you cant ignore seo.Ypu dig out very nice and most useful list by following this list anybody can learn seo. thank you for sharing.

  39. Hi Kumar You are really work great.
    great list. I love Neil Patel. Its my favorite. I follow every time.
    I also Follow Matt cutts. other are new for me.
    Any way thanks for sharing. i will follow all of them as other follow them.

  40. Hey kumar,
    Thanks for sharing this list of SEO Guru’s with us. Yes, SEO is like a big ocean, the more we learn about it, the more part is remaining to learn. SEO really plays a crucial factor. Neil is the best SEO blogger to follow as he is my favorite one.

  41. I follow Neil Patel, Matt Cutts and Anna, but all other names are new for me. I will check these blogs too. Thanks for introducing with these new names.

  42. Elina Jones

    Really impressive list of bloggers may follow, as a business owner I’m going to follow all of these seo bloggers to increase my conversion rate.

  43. Neil patel is the best and thanks for the list of top 10 . it helped to get interaction with them

  44. We can learn a lot of things from these pro bloggers above in your list.I am glad i found these helpful after begining focussing on SEO.

  45. Hi,

    It is speechless post must to read very knowledgeable ,excellent work done by you .Thanks to you for all your hard work to make it easy for us.Through your post everybody will surely gain what he or she is looking for this post shows your real effort towards your job . thanks for this great post.


  46. Hi there, sincerely thank you for excellent list. Know three of them (Neil, Rand, Nick) – will have to investigate all others. Matija, Slovenia

  47. Hey Kumar!
    Did you think guest posting is just affective still now.? Because I have heard this thing that guest posting is just fallen its value in modern SEO by the Google. SO I want to just confirm this thing that still guest posting make some positive thing for us.

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