February 23, 2009
Slides from Joost De Valk’s presentation on SEO and optimization strategies for your installation of WordPress. You can also see the full video presentation here.
It’s a nice tips. Tks Joost.
so you think….
This doesn’t seem to work for me. None of the buttons do anything on FF 3.0.7 with flash player 10.0.22.87 on Windows XP 32 bit.
Does not work for me in IE 7 with XP either.
Yeah – none of the buttons worked for me either and I am using IE 7
Thanks all – I’ll see if we can solve the issue here
Fixed! Thanks for bringing it to our attention
very interesting thanks
yoast is a boss, indeed. Still dont understand that big Rss button fetish, but well, i will.
Yet another great guide from Yoast. This guy is fricken awesome! Many people have the misconception that SEO for WordPress (or any SEO in general) is really hard. This presentation does a good job of showing the simplicity and common sense that should come with solid optimization and reputation building.
I do a lot of SEO stuff on my blogs and some of your tips were excellent!
Thanks a lot.
Thanks for the slides. Will utilize it for my new blog
SEO is a critical part of any online promotion of a business on the internet. It’s a shame that most companies dont understand that using a SEM consultant will make a real difference to the return on investment for the business online and that in the long term it if far more cost effective too. I enjoyed your article, keep up the good work.
The plugins you list look interesting. I already use Yet Another Related Post on two of my blogs, but some of the others are new to me.
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