One of the most commonly asked questions about search engine optimization are: “what is the best way to learn SEO”? The answer I always give to this question is simple yet complex. My answer to this question is always: “it depends”.
Now before you say that my answer was not a definitive response to the question – let me explain my answer to you.
Search engine optimization is basically the concept of black and white. There are a lot of gray areas in the field of search engine optimization SEO.
Therefore, it is natural for people who are trying to learn SEO to be totally confused about how and what to do in relation to learning SEO because there are so many options and opportunities available to people to learn search engine optimization.
Well, let’s take a closer look at my answer to the question what is the best way to learn SEO: “it depends”.
My answer to this question is purely based on my point of view on the subject of new public education and learning.
The fact that someone is trying to learn SEO just the current situation for the individual. The real question being asked is what is the best way for individuals to learn and this depends on the individual.
For example, some people learn best using visual AIDS while others learn more through audio tools while others learn better than reading a book.
In the end, the best way to learn almost everything is to use a combination of these methods.
However, in our society today, people have a little patience, so that visual methods tend to be what many people prefer it because frankly it is easier to implement and use; but in my experience, the method of “visual” in the long run is the most effective method for individuals to take advantage for maintaining and applying new information.
With this being said, the best method to learn in my opinion reading books written related to the subject matter.
This book must include the visual aspects in the material to enhance the learning experience and access to the instructor for the reinforcement material is read or should be written in a way that serves the material as if the author actually sit down with you and explain information.