FaceUp Web Marketing eBook Updated, Still Free

Faceup Web Marketing SEO eBook

Quick post here guys.  Just wanted to let everyone know that I’ve updated our free FaceUp Web Marketing eBook.  It’s been over six months since the last update.  The book still gets a decent amount of downloads so I want to be sure that the information conveyed is accurate.

The biggest update has to do with the Keyword Research section.  Google recently started displaying search volume on their AdWords Keyword Tool.   This is HUGE for anyone with a website and an interest in SEO.  Prior to this we were left to extrapolate data from Yahoo (Overture) or Wordtracker and “guess” how often something was searched on Google.  Since the latest studies seem to show that Google may have upwards of 70% of the search market, these data points are clearly the most important.  Also, I LOVE that you can type in multiple keywords at once – one per line – and do all of your keyword research in one well thought out search.  You can also download your results.  Basically, it’s the perfect keyword research tool.  Vastly different from tools like the SEO Book Keyword Suggestion Tool, based on Wordtracker data, which was what I was using prior and only allowed you to search one term at a time.

Google AdWords Keyword Tool

I also made minor updates to all of the other sections where I saw appropriate.  Download it for free over at Faceup-Sites.com.  Enjoy!

4 comments on FaceUp Web Marketing eBook Updated, Still Free

  1. Parth says:

    Yo thats really cool.

    But about the keywords, I dunno if I mentioned to you about psychic search. It’s a wordpress plugin that tells you real time what people are searching for and coming to you website. I know use the plugin exclusively to create my posts, and my results have catapulted tremendously.

    I dunno, just thought I’d throw that out there.

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  3. Can anyone suggest a very good seo book?~`;

    • Adam McFarland says:

      Josiah – In my SEO & Web Marketing Essay, which replaced this eBook, I reference several free online resources, most notably the SEOmoz free guide, which was just updated again this week, and Google’s guide. Good luck!

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