This week’s recommended resource is SEO consultant Dana Lookadoo . Dana recently started a new SEO consulting company called Yo! Yo! SEO . Her philosophy is that businesses should be engaging in online conversations (which she calls shouting “Yo!”) in addition to optimizing their content for search.
- Her archived blog posts about SEO. Before Dana started Yo! Yo! SEO, she wrote about SEO on her Pixel Position website . If you are looking for information about a particular SEO-related topic, you can either select that topic from the Categories drop-down menu, or enter keywords into the Search the archives field. Selecting the category “Conversational Marketing,” for example, leads to articles about branding and reputation management, a Twitter webinar, and how women are influencing talk on the web.
- Her Twitter feeds. Dana updates @yoyoseo  numerous times a day with links to valuable articles about SEO and her own SEO insights. Recently, for example, she tweeted that people should not use branding terms at the front of the <title> tag. Instead, they should use phrases directly related to the content on the page. Dana also sometimes tweets about SEO at her @lookadoo  account.
- Her StumbleUpon recommendations. Not only does Dana link to articles about SEO and related topics, but she reviews most of the resources. Last week, she wrote that a particular article about information architecture put a complex topic in layman’s terms. StumbleUpon indicates that Dana has recommended 892 pieces of content, and reviewed 616 of them. Her StumbleUpon username is PixelBella .