Posts Tagged ‘seo’

Search Engine

Being SEO-Ready in WordPress

SEO. Just hearing the acronym for search engine optimization can make the most web-savvy person cringe. There is so much conflicting, ill-advised, and out of date information out there that making good decisions can feel impossible. There are dozens of predatory companies, often contacting you through your own website’s contact form, offering to help get…

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Multi-language Websites

We get occasional requests from clients to create multi-language websites or to adapt existing content into additional languages. We love the idea of sharing content across the world, and of opening new markets for our ecommerce clients. But there is a fair amount of planning to make this work well. The translation itself needs to…

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More on Duplicate Pages for SEO Success

Here something else to think about and take your duplicate page avoidance to the next level. (Be sure to read the previous post regarding duplicate pages first.)  Even after incorporating the tips from the previous post, there is still a bit of overlap between content on the home page, the categories/tag/archive pages and post pages. …

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Avoid Duplicate Pages for SEO Success

If you are interested in improving your search engine rankings, this one is for you.  One of the criteria Google and other website index engines will ding a site on is duplicate content.  The trouble is, with WordPress, many of us are duplicating content without even knowing it.  But the good news is, there’s an…

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Increase SEO Keywords in your Posts

Here’s another little tidbit I picked up from WordCamp.  This is comes to you from Matt Cutts.  (For credentials, Matt has a Ph.D., has been with Google since 2009 and is currently head of Google’s Webspam team.  So, I trust this tip.)  Granted, this is not a huge thing, but still every little bit helps. …

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