The Google Page Rank update for April 2007 is underway. Google’s Datacenters are currently slowly updating to the new Page Rank results. Google Page Rank updates mean little for SERP, but are usually celebrated throughout the websphere and the blogsphere as Page Rank transforms into money. With revenue programs like Text Link Ads, a higher […]
Drupal supports Unicode (UTF-8) out of the box and so Unicode should be used for all your Drupal installations. Problem is, some things you do with your Drupal installation might result in a database or a table that have non-unicode collation.
Here are a few general tips on making sure everything is using Unicode […]
Headings (H1, H2, H3) are an important SEO factor that is often not optimized in WordPress themes. There is a common agreement that a right headings design make a big difference for search engines as the search engines rely on headings to understand what content is about. Headings SEO (H1, H2, H3) for your WordPress […]
External links are always a dilemma as a user that follows an external link using a simple click will leave your site. Can the visitors know what is an internal link and an external link? Do your visitors know that they’re leaving the site and when they do – will they come back?
Here’s my impression […]
Using Feedburner? then you should disable your feeds from search engine indexing. After you’re done tweaking your robots.txt to avoid content duplication and sorting your .htaccess to setup all the redirects you should also take care of the content duplication happening with your Feedburner feed.
The URL structure is an important factor in SEO and user friendliness, and Joomla’s default structure is lacking. Alledia asks “What is the best URL setup for Joomla and why?” and does an incredible job of detailing all the options for optimizing the Joomla URL structure in a must-read series of “Joomla URL week“.