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Out of the thousands of WordPress plugins, there is one group that deserves special attention – SEO plugins. These plugins silently do their job behind the curtains and they don’t contribute to the glorious look of your site. However, without them even the most glorious site is doomed because without traffic, no matter how great your site is, you are nobody.
Search Engine Optimization is an ongoing process, and it involves quite a big number of variants and factors that you need to consider or take care of. For instance, there are sitemaps to be submitted, crawl errors to be fixed, social networking integration to be dealt with, and so on.
Everyone who works online needs to know about SEO. I don’t care if you’re a UI designer, Java programmer, or a WordPress developer. The cold, hard fact of the Internet is this: you need to know about SEO. If you derive your livelihood from a connected computer, it’s imperative that you understand a few key facts about search engine optimization.
A couple of weeks ago, Matt Cutts dropped a bombshell into the SEO community with a blog post titled “The decay and fall of guest blogging for SEO.” Predictably, every body went berserk. It’s obvious that any one dependent upon the web for their livelihood must obey Google’s guidelines. It’s also obvious that ever since SEO, there have been spammy black hat SEO tactics. What’s not so obvious is what in the world Matt Cutts was getting at.
Mobile Search Engine Optimization is a topic that has increased in popularity as mobile phones have become a staple in everyone’s lives. If your 2014 SEO marketing plan does not have mobile search covered, then you have some work to do. Fortunately, we’ve put together this nice infographic to help lessen the chore.
What’s SEO all about? These days it’s important to optimize your content for search engines. Everyone talks about SEO (search engine optimization), but what is it and how can it help you? A good SEO strategy takes effort and requires long-term commitment. But let’s start with the basics!