Posts Tagged ‘google’

Changing The URL Of Your WordPress Site

WordPress web site owners often come to realize that they want to change the URL of their web site, whether it is because they want the site to be accessible from the root folder (without using a redirect) or because they want to change the domain name of the web site. If you’d like to […]

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WordPress SEO – Permalinks Options and Structure

A great way to increase your blog’s search engine friendliness is to customize your permalink structure. This is extremely simple to do and ideally should be done as soon as you set up your blog, before people start linking to it. However, the good news is that the old “ugly” links will still work (and […]

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SEO Google Search Ranking Optimization Tips – Titles and Title Tags

Here is a Google SEO optimization technique that anyone can employ on just about any web page.  In a nutshell, write better titles and title tags. Static web pages generally have a <title> tag in the <head> section of the document, and in many dynamically generated sites (blogs, ecommerce, etc.) the page’s Title tag is […]

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SEO – Avoiding Duplicates with Canonical URL Tags

You may have seen my article about the Ultimate Noindex Nofollow tool for WordPress, but avoiding duplicate content can help the search engine ranking of any web site, including static sites. Recently, Yahoo!, Live, and Google all agreed to support Canonical URL Tags. You put a line of code into the head section of your […]

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Google Webmaster Tools

If you have any sort of web site at all, you need to create a Google Webmaster Tools account at http://www.google.com/webmasters/tools This is where you can verify and submit your site to Google, and get all sorts of information about your site, as well as participate in advertising & keyword programs, and (if necessary) get […]

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