The ONLY tutorial you need to boost your search engine traffic by improving your WordPress SEO. Tips on WordPress SEO plugin usage, structuring your site and optimizing your theme!Read: "WordPress SEO"
SEO blog archives - Page 86 of 86
PR sculpting seems to be “all the rage” at the moment. Tracking the conversation back seems to get me to an article by Dan Thies of september 4th last year, pointing back to an interview with Matt on SEOmoz. It’s been a whole load of buzz lately, coming up at SES again a few times …Read: "PageRank sculpting – Siloing and more"
photo credit: Martini Captures In preparing for our first meeting with our new client het Financieele Dagblad today Ramon showed me a few articles he’d found on Newspaper SEO, and while reading through them I thought: kind of ok, but not completely there yet. So I present you with my ideas on Newspaper SEO, based …Read: "SEO for Newspapers"
A friend recently asked me how to move his blog, which is on /blog/ on his domain, to a new domain on its own. The steps to move WordPress are easy, but have to be taken in the right order to make sure you’re not annoying your users and the search engines. I know a …Read: "Move WordPress to a new domain in 10 easy steps!"
A friend of mine was adding a shopping cart to his site, and wanted some advice on how to optimize his shopping cart. I thought: why not give the advice I gave to him to all my readers as well? So here we go, a complete article on shopping cart SEO. Step 1: Make sure …Read: "Optimize your shopping cart in 5 steps"
The intention of most people who decide to create a new website is to create a steady source of income for themselves. So some people may wonder why they should spend some of their budget on paying someone else to design and create their websites. The truth is that there are many reasons why having …Read: "Why pay for web design?"
I’ve updated the SSW info a bit, will do more in the coming few days. Update: So I updated it a bit, and mailed the Stone Steps guys about it, and Andre from Stone Steps responded, very kindly telling me that you could also use a per domain css file, so i updated the info …Read: "Stone Steps Webalizer"