Archive for the ‘search engine optimization’ Category


What WordPress Isn’t Good At

What doesn’t WordPress do well on its own? Well… * It doesn’t tell you what to write, * It doesn’t update its own content, * It doesn’t serve up the right ads to your visitors, * It doesn’t syndicate your content very well (or completely), * It doesn’t accurately report your bounce rate to Google, [...]

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Article Quality Guidelines

There’s a big difference between articles, especially with regards to article quality.In short, if you want to have any quality to your site at all, you need to set some article quality guidelines. Now, for all of my blogs and websites that have to do with Internet Marketing, I write my own stuff. All of [...]

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Rank Tracker Plugin Review

There is a problem with most statistics programs, and the Rank Tracker Plugin for WordPress solves those problems. Well, kinda. You see, the Rank Tracker Plugin is NOT designed to be a full statistics program — far from it. But what the Rank Tracker Plugin does is something very important: It tells you not only [...]

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SEO in a Nutshell

There’s one thing you need to know about Google. It cares about one thing above all other things, and that thing is RELEVANCE. The more the things on your website are related together — and the elements of your individual pages are related together — the higher Google will rank you, and the faster it [...]

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WordPress RSS Plugin (Great for SEO)

You probably run WordPress because you want your site to rank well on Google. (WordPress is GREAT for that.) Well, what would it be like to watch your Google ranking creep up and up every day for a while… …and then to watch your rankings, your traffic, and your site’s profits steadily decline to near [...]

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