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I don't know if there's an SEO boot camp around -- if there was I'd probably like to go, but the next best thing is getting a bunch of famous guys writing books that we can all read.

Since I'm trying to learn as much about SEO as I can -- I am beginning to feel that it is a critical factor in any web content, whether an app, blog, or other site -- I finished reading and reviewing a good book the other day -- "The Art of SEO"

More details over on hn-books. Suffice it to say that the more I learn the more I know that SEO is very important, but it also drives me completely nuts.

Also, I coded up some social sharing buttons over on hn-books. I'm not a member of all of those social sites (The horror! I know.) so you guys who use the buttons to submit please let me know if you run into any errors.

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