Category Archives for Beginner’s Guide to SEO

Part 7: WordPress Plugins

If you’re reading this than chances are you chose WordPress for your content management system. Good choice!As I mentioned before, one of the cool things about WordPress is that there are a lot of easy-to-use plugins that are free. All you need to do is download them and install in your WordPress dashboard.This not only […]

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Part 6: URL Structure

Your URL is the entire string of characters someone would enter into a browser to get to a particular page on your website. It’s the domain name and everything that comes after it as well.Optimizing your URL for search engines is actually a pretty big part of SEO, and it’s often an over looked one.Luckily for […]

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Part 5: WordPress Themes

In part 4 I talked about content management systems and recommended using WordPress over the other available options for anything that isn’t completely e-commerce based.​One of the cool things with WordPress is that there are hundreds of different themes, or website templates, to choose from.But, which theme is right for you?​ Quick Navigation Blog Themes vs. […]

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Part 4: Content Management Systems

A content management system or CMS is exactly what the name suggests. It’s a system, or a piece of software, designed to help manage all of your website content.Long gone are the days of having to build a site from raw HTML code. ​Now, all you need to do is install the CMS of your […]

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Part 3: Domain Names

On the surface a domain name looks like a very simple concept. It’s basically just your address in the universe that is the Internet. It’s the name you give people so they know how to go directly to your website without the need for using a search engine like Google.But, if you do want people to […]

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