While we are typically modest by nature, it’s hard to be humble when people keep singing your praises.
That has certainly been the case with SEO Exposed, the book published earlier this year by 360Civic co-founder Ron Zayas. The numerous five-star reviews on Amazon are a testament to how well it explains how search engines work, and how people who are not IT experts can make changes to their websites that will increase traffic – and sales.
But that’s not all; for the second time in a few months, SEO Exposed has been included in a ranking of the best SEO books published in 2018.
This time, the accolade comes from NearPlace, a website that focuses mainly on developing user-friendly store locators. As with many other types of businesses, SEO plays a key role in their mission, and likely is critical to your website traffic and sales or donations to your organization as well.
As the site states, there are many articles online about SEO, but there is no reliable way to know if the information is coming from someone who actually knows what he or she is talking about. Anyone can fake a 300-word article by copying and pasting content from various websites. But a book on the subject is more likely to be trustworthy source.
Yes, 360Civic does provide SEO services for municipalities, schools, and utility websites, and we’re really good at it. But you don’t have to become a client to read SEO Exposed. Whether you choose to hire an outside company or handle SEO yourself, it’s still important to know the basics of how this stuff works.
Don’t miss this opportunity to find out how to make changes to your public-sector or nonprofit website that can improve its search engine ranking!
The Kindle edition of the book is available now for just $2.99 – but if you have Kindle Unlimited, you can read it now for free!