1.SEO Moz – This forum is broken up into categories such as The SEO Process, Measuring and Testing SEO, and SEO Research and Trends. You can only ask a question after you’ve earned a certain number of MozPoints, so this forums is best for those simply looking to learn in general as opposed to something specific.
2.Search Engine Watch – It is no secret that this site offers great content, and their forums are no different. Broken up into different categories, this forum has a huge library of questions and answers.
3. SEO Roundtable – This entire site seems to be designed to ask and answer questions. SEO Roundtable is a friendly environment with loyal participants.
4.Digital Point – This forum is very clear about guidelines and regulations for the blog, so you know you’re only going to get real people asking real questions. Definitely a great forum for beginners.
5.SEO Guy – I like this forum because I feel as though the participates are very passionate about SEO. I’m always getting solid answers to my questions—what more could you want?
6.Site Point – This forum has categories including Internet Marketing, Web Development Software, and even Business and Legal Rights. Definitely a great variety of information found here.
7. SEO Chat – This is a PR 5 forum with a ton of variety and a ton of material. I would highly recommend this forum for those with specific questions about SEO.
8.The V7 Network – I like this forum because it puts a focus on technical coding issues as well as SEO. There are over 243,000 threads so it seems a bit overwhelming at first, but I find that it’s very easy to use once you familiarize yourself with the website.
9. Cre8asite Forums – This forum focuses on usability and design in relation to SEO. The participants in this forum seem to be very knowledgeable, so I always feel like I can trust what I read.
10. Top25 Web – This is a newer forum and therefore doesn’t usually get mentioned, but I think it’s a great forum for those newer to SEO. The topics are basic and it’s a comfortable environment where no question is too basic.