Even if you do have the right WordPress permalink structure, WordPress wrongly treats a path with or without a trailing backslash the same way, although some search engines, like Google, see that as duplicate content. So it’s not only that WordPress sets your blog installation to an awful default query based start, which you can fix by "
Drupal has the best out-of-the-box SEO performance of any CMS software that I’ve used, and yet there are a few easy to implement modules that would give an additional boost in Drupal’s SEO performance. Here are the top Drupal modules for Drupal SEO and best practices on how to use them.
First off, if […]
Many WordPress bloggers that start off blogging without much knowledge of SEO, soon realize realize that the WordPress permalink structure they chose wasn’t well-optimized for search-engines. Although being aware of the problem, some chose to stick to the old structure, since they fear that migrating to a new structure will cause loss of page rank and trackback/links […]
Google really doesn’t like content duplication on sites and so it is advisable to prevent the Google crawler from reaching the same content on your site from more than one url. Since WordPress does offer many ways of reaching your content, you should block certain URL and URL paths by defining the right robots.txt.
Here’s a simple SEO analysis for a very simple website : http://www.mandarinhostel.com/
Design It’s important to have more text and it is important to style the text. It’s better to use headings H1/H2 and use CSS than just give <bold><strong> in the code etc. , but do use styling tags to emphasis important keywords. […]
To get a dynamic pagetitle in Joomla-smf, edit your template’s index.php and add the following right after the <head> :
global $sc, $context, $settings;
$sc = &$context[‘session_id’];
$_SESSION[‘USER_AGENT’] = $_SERVER[‘HTTP_USER_AGENT’];
if ($context[‘page_title’]) echo “<title>”.$context[‘page_title’].”</title>”