Darren Rowse from ProBlogger encouraging people to write a ‘Bloggers To Watch’ post, to promote bloggers in your prospective industry. I thought I would do my due diligence and make a list of 10 SEO bloggers I feel you should follow for 2010.
Lisa is Co-Founder and Chief Brand Officer of Outspoken Media, an internet marketing company and consulting company. Besides contributing to the Outspoken Media blog, she also contributes to , , and .
Ann is known for providing useful tips and tools to help with SEO and website analysis. She has recently started a new venture called , which consists of a forum style community that allows bloggers to find people who want to contribute and write guest posts, as well as request people who want to write for your own blog.
David’s most known for his comprehensive article called , that has acted as a blueprint for how Google ranks local business listings. He is one of the best experts when it comes to local SEO. He also speaks about local search marketing at search conferences like Search Marketing Expo.
David is the creator of the extremely popular blog, and also contributes to the Search Engine Journal blog. With other 8 years of SEO experience, he has created a great community for SEO discussion and higher learning.
Jill is the Founder and CEO of Higher Rankings, a SEO company that has been around since 1995. She is also the author of and a moderator of the search marketing industry’s social networking website, .
No stranger to the SEO community, Aaron is best known for his and popular tools such as Rank Checker, SEO for Firefox and the SEO Toolbar. Aaron is a SEO pioneer and has contributed to countless SEO blogs, conferences, and interviews.
Rand is the CEO and Co-Founder of , one of the leading SEO companies in the country. He was named among the top 30 best young tech entrepreneurs under 30 by Business Week. He also is a frequent speaker and moderator for a number of SEO conferences. Currently SEOmoz offers a number of including the newly released LinkScape tool.
Matt is a marketing consultant, blogger, and speaker at SES, SMX, SearchFest, and Small Business Marketing Unleashed. He currently writes for his blog . Matt also is the assignment editor for Search Engine Land and the editor of .