Video: Making sure your content is found

So as you might now, I was in Sofia in October 2010 for WordCamp Bulgaria, last week the presentation I gave there was put on WordPress.tv, so now all of you can enjoy it. It covers SEO and how being remarkable is important for proper SEO. The presentation is titled: Making sure your content is found! Check it out:

And you might want to have the slides as well:


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15 Responses

  1. Mister ChinaBy Mister China on 31 January, 2011

    Nice presentation Yoast! Thanks for sharing!

  2. RozemanBy Rozeman on 1 February, 2011

    Nice info and presentation.. thanks..

  3. Esteve GraellsBy Esteve Graells on 1 February, 2011

    Joost, besides I read everything you write so I’m not impartial at all, that video was absolutely great.
    The only thing I would impreove its the size of your t-shirt.

    All the best and thanks again!!! Please post all your new videos.

    • Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 1 February, 2011

      Well to be honest the thing to improve there is the size of my belly ;) It was a WC Bulgaria shirt and they didn’t have any bigger ones ;)

  4. Esteve GraellsBy Esteve Graells on 1 February, 2011

    Sorry, I’ve just forgot one thing: Please never post about keyword research, it’s so powerful and so important that 80% of people never do.

    Could I ask you which tool you use for Keyword Research? If not, no problem I understand.

  5. Spencer BelkoferBy Spencer Belkofer on 2 February, 2011

    It’s so easy to forget the basics and so nice to be reminded of them. This is a phenomenal video for anyone using WP…novice or expert.

  6. ToddBy Todd on 2 February, 2011

    Very nice presentation. You certainly have a talent explaining difficult subject matter.

    Thanks for sharing!

  7. IliaBy Ilia on 3 February, 2011

    Great talk. I read plenty about SEO but there were several eye openers here, and just overall a well laid out and presented talk.

    The sound was bit unclear though and I didn’t catch the name of the caching plugin you recommend. I know about WP SuperCache but you mentioned another one, which you say is better, but I couldn’t make out the exact name, what was it?

    (and searching worpdress plugins using whatever parts of the name I could make out wasn’t very productive, but I’m sure you know all about that ;) )

    • Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 3 February, 2011

      W3 total cache :)

      • IliaBy Ilia on 3 February, 2011

        Ah excellent, thank you.

  8. PatrickBy Patrick on 3 February, 2011

    Great talk!

    I was particularly interested in your comments on where and when to use no-follow. Can you summarize exactly which items/pages that you recommend using no-follow? You can email me if this is a better way to communicate this information.

    Thanks again. I’m a big fan.

  9. WordPress Security ServiceBy WordPress Security Service on 5 February, 2011

    Excellent talk, thanks Joost!

    Great point about All-in-One SEO. Everyone wants to do things the lazy way, but there’s always a trade-off when it comes to “easy.”

  10. Bryan BukowczykBy Bryan Bukowczyk on 5 February, 2011

    Great video, a real eye opener will use his tools.

  11. wilson usmanBy wilson usman on 6 February, 2011

    Yoast I really like your honesty and straight forward advice. Unlike so many other seo wanna-bees you don’ offer that typical bullshit tips, thanks. You’re definitely in my RSS now next to Seomoz and Seobook

  12. daxBy dax on 7 February, 2011

    I really liked your take on the videos. I also like how you talked about the All-in-One SEO