Posts Tagged ‘seo’

Making Sure Your Content is Found with Joost de Valk

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January 28th, 2011
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Those of you who love SEO, WordPress, and presentations, are in for a treat with Making Sure Your Content is Found with Joost de Valk from WordCamp Bulgaria. Don’t worry, the video is in English, and it’s about forty minutes of both entertaining and educational content. Enjoy!

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The Best-Of Series: SEO Tools

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September 19th, 2009
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When it comes to Search Engine Optimization, there are a slew of options out there. Some good and some not so good. But today I want to talk about the best options out there for WordPress. There are many. But I’m going to try to sift through the cruft to find the truly great tools that are available. Here we go… All In One SEO Pack I suppose the most obvious plugin is the All In One SEO Pack. According to statistics it is the most popular plugin in the whole WordPress Extend repository. It has a robust feature set. Of all the SEO-related WordPress plugins I have tried it is, in my opinion, the best there currently is. The plugin allows you to optimize various things in WordPress for search engines including your site title, your keywords, page titles, and much more. One of the features I like the […]

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All In One SEO Lives On

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June 17th, 2008
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For those of you who may not have heard, it was recently discovered that the popular All In One SEO Plugin for WordPress would be no longer updated or supported past WordPress 2.5.1. The plugin is currently compatible with 2.5.1 but may not work with future versions of WordPress. However, I have managed to get a hold of the plugin author and he informed me that he believes the plugin will not die. He is currently in discussions with a number of other developers to continue maintenance of the plugin. He also expressed interest in the idea of having the plugin integrated into the core of WordPress. *UPDATE* It looks like the plugin has found a new home. A WordPress.org user who goes by the username hallsofmontezuma who is also the plugin author of the WP Security Scan plugin as well as the SMS Text Message plugin has taken over […]

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Configuring WP Permalinks

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January 16th, 2008
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Quite often, we hear of the terms (permalinks or pretty permalinks) which can also be called SEO-friendly URLs. These URLs are not only SEO friendly, but I believe they are human friendly as well. By default, WordPress uses URLs that look like a mishmash of letters and numbers with a few question marks mixed in for good measure. These types of links are frowned upon by search engine spiders and as a human being, they are also hard to read. Fortunately, WordPress provides a way for us to change this linking structure to something understandable. WordPress calls these Permalinks. Permalink settings can be configured a number of different ways. One of the ways to quickly configure permalinks is by choosing one of the Common Options. These common options include: Default – http://www.domain.com/?p=123 Date and name based – http://www.domain.com/2008/01/15/sample-post/ Numeric – http://www.domain.com/archives/123 There is no sense in using the default option […]

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Plugins for an SEO Friendly WP Blog

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January 10th, 2007
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Plugins for an SEO Friendly WP Blog List of plugins, tips and tricks to make your blog SEO friendly. Much of the information was previously available, but now it is in one place. I found the no-www plugin that was I was about to write, thanks to Matt.

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WP Theme: SEO Adsense

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WP Theme: SEO Adsense Simple, three column, “built for ADSense” theme for WordPress with ADSense EVERYWHERE. This would be a pretty cool theme without the ads.

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WP Plugin: DupPrevent

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December 20th, 2006
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WP Plugin: DupPrevent DupPrevent WordPress Plugin helps you avoid being penalized by Google for duplicate content by inserting NOINDEX meta tag in pages that might trigger Google’s duplicate content filters. Plugin also contains a robot.txt file to disallow spider access to files that need not be included in engine’s index.

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Why Bloggers Don’t Need SEO

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December 9th, 2005
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Why Bloggers Don’t Need SEOIf you write a great blog, and make an effort to network your niche and gain those all important regular deep links to your posts from other bloggers, you’ll rank, your archives will be monetized, particularly if you pay attention to such things as Time Sensitive Adsense, and your blog will be in Better Health. Well said, Nick!

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