SEO Book – Training: Is it worth a 100 dollars ?
What Aaron has to say ?
This is what I had to say after being a member for a few months.
The title of this post is somewhat misleading.
The real question about SEOBook.com membership is not whether or not it is worth $100 per month, but what does it cost you not to be a member. SEOBook.com is an antipode to the vast majority of internet marketing training programs. It is not a one time quick fix thing.
If you believe that your needs could be met by a one time, one solution fits all, only $299, comprehensive internet marketing training book, or a DVD, SEOBook is not for you. No magic formulas there. No universal solutions.
The promise of SEOBook.com is not the one of definitive solutions. It is a one of perpetual learning.
SeoBook is not a fancy 8 hour long SEM workshop for which you have to pay several grand, only to leave with more questions then you originally had, or to very quickly figure out that the only fancy thing about persons conducting the workshop is their ability to market themselves.
SEOBook community is a workshop that constantly asks questions and does its best to answer them, more often then not it does. Being a member for few months made me realize that members don’t hold back when it comes to sharing experiences, giving advices, and answering questions.
Among those who actively participate in discussions are conference speakers, successful freelancers, webmasters (in the true sense of the word) , really sharp guys and gals that impressed me more then a few times with their ability to innovate and inspire.
Training modules are filled with up-to-date information about search marketing. And new ones are added every day to meet the needs of beginners and experts alike.
This makes it the best, and the most cost effective way to learn Internet marketing if you are a beginner SEO/Internet marketer or seasoned vet. For the ones that played this game for a while, the community offers the best feedback on your projects or ideas that money can buy. And it seems that those $100 act as a filter which really effectively filters out spammers, trolls, and all other noise.
Anyone who is in the business of launching a few sites a month can benefit from the discounts and coupons that SEOBook provides. Using those coupons can easily pay for membership, every month as long as BOTW and Business.com have some value.
I recommend SEOBook for anyone who is serious about Internet marketing. The only way I can see that SeoBook membership is not worth it, is if you don’t use it or don’t participate.