Search Results for ‘SEO

  • Juego de SEOs. Como dominar el reino de Google

    Juego de SEOs. Como dominar el reino de Google

    Meetup WordPress MadridSpeaker: Borja Giron

    November 18, 2017 — Borja Girón, Consultor SEO y de Marketing Digital para blogs, nos contará las claves del SEO para conseguir multiplicar x10 el número de visitas con WordPress y nos dará trucos, consejos y herramientas para hacer el SEO accesible para todo el mundo.

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  • Derek Schmidt, Peter La Fond: SEO Q & A Panel Discussion
  • Robin Macrae: SEO With Structured Data

    Robin Macrae: SEO With Structured Data

    WordCamp Toronto 2017Speaker: Robin Macrae

    October 25, 2017 — Are you serious about SEO? Do you want to attract more clicks by making your pages stand out in search results?

    It began with an open community effort led by Google to promote standard structured data in a variety of online applications. Designed to give users a sense for what’s on the page and why it’s relevant to their query, this text-based organization of data is included in a page or app and served from the web.

    Websites see more and better search generated traffic by adding to their pages Schema.org structured data for their products, events, organization, people, contact information and other things. By implementing Schema.org markup, you can promote the content in your site and see more attractive and useful snippets in SERPs. Google hasn’t made structured data a ranking factor yet but you can see for yourself that structured data improves your click through rate.

    Schema.org markup is a must for everyone serious about their website’s search engine optimization.

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  • Jenny Munn and Mickey Mellen: SEO in 2017 - Double Session - Part 2 of 2

    Jenny Munn and Mickey Mellen: SEO in 2017 – Double Session – Part 2 of 2

    WordCamp Atlanta 2017Speakers: Jenny Munn, Mickey Mellen

    October 19, 2017 — Come join Jenny Munn and Mickey Mellen for a two-hour session on Search Engine Optimization in 2017.

    We’ll talk about what’s new with Google, such as the push for SSL and new tools like AMP, and show you what basic changes you can make to improve your site’s visibility and to drive more traffic and conversions. Get ready to roll up your sleeves and come prepared with your keywords and questions.

  • Mickey Mellen and Jenny Munn: SEO in 2017- Double Session- Part 1 of 2

    Mickey Mellen and Jenny Munn: SEO in 2017- Double Session- Part 1 of 2

    WordCamp Atlanta 2017Speakers: Mickey Mellen, Jenny Munn

    October 19, 2017 — Come join Jenny Munn and Mickey Mellen for a two-hour session on Search Engine Optimization in 2017.

    We’ll talk about what’s new with Google, such as the push for SSL and new tools like AMP, and show you what basic changes you can make to improve your site’s visibility and to drive more traffic and conversions. Get ready to roll up your sleeves and come prepared with your keywords and questions.

  • Michelle Foolen: Hoe voorkom je veel gemaakte SEO fouten?

    Michelle Foolen: Hoe voorkom je veel gemaakte SEO fouten?

    WordCamp Nijmegen 2017Speaker: Michelle Foolen

    October 19, 2017 — Het hebben van een mooie website betekent niet dat je automatisch ook veel bezoekers hebt. Hierbij komt SEO als tak van sport kijken. Hoe kun je je website het beste optimaliseren zodat je goed gevonden wordt in Google? In deze lightning talk worden veel gemaakte SEO fouten besproken en tips gegeven die je rankings aanzienlijk kunnen verbeteren.

  • Val Scrivner: On Site SEO In WordPress For Content Marketing

    Val Scrivner: On Site SEO In WordPress For Content Marketing

    WordCamp Seattle 2016Speaker: Val Scrivner

    October 8, 2017 — “How do I improve my rankings in Google?” – The ultimate question for anyone who has ever built, owned, or managed a website. There isn’t one right answer to this conundrum, but there are many proven ways to help boost your site’s authority and friendliness with search engines.

    We will explore the anatomy of a website as it pertains to it being an active participant of the world wide web with on site SEO best practices as your digital citizenship. Through this idea, we ‘ll cover the basic page elements that every site looking to rank well in search engines should include as well as tips, tricks, and tools for effectively and efficiently incorporating these components using WordPress.

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  • Valérie Auclair: Rédaction SEO? Rédaction tout court!

    Valérie Auclair: Rédaction SEO? Rédaction tout court!

    WordCamp Montreal 2017Speaker: Valérie Auclair

    October 6, 2017 — La « rédaction SEO » provoque bien des cauchemars chez les blogueurs. Pourtant, un bon texte mène automatiquement à un bon SEO! J’explique les 4 attentes des lecteurs de blogues en les liant aux éléments de base de rédaction d’un texte. Objectifs : démystifier le méchant SEO et remettre la rédaction au cœur des préoccupations des blogueurs!

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  • Neha Patel: 9 SEO Health Check Points

    Neha Patel: 9 SEO Health Check Points

    WordCamp Toronto 2017Speaker: Neha Patel

    October 5, 2017 — Before starting with keyword research, writing great content or even looking for links to reference your site, the most important thing is to make sure that your site has passed the health standards for SEO.

    SEO without implementing certain fundamentals will lack results.

    If certain health checks are not conducted on your WordPress site, it can completely destroy your SEO.

    In this session, we explore on what health checks and resources you need to review prior to launching your SEO efforts for your website. In addition, we go through a proper SEO execution plan that you can implement to help your WordPress site rank higher in the Search Engines.

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  • András Guseo: 4 Tips For A Safe WordPress And Plugin Update

    András Guseo: 4 Tips For A Safe WordPress And Plugin Update

    WordCamp Bern 2017Speaker: András Guseo

    September 23, 2017 — An update for WordPress, themes and plugins should fix things. Right. And it does. Sometimes, however, some new bugs crawl in despite the best efforts and thorough testing. The multitude of installations and different plugin setups makes it impossible to test any plugin in every situation that exists in the world. And sometimes an update produces an error unfortunately, and in some cases even a totally broken site. This is when angry users attack support forums demanding an immediate fix, asking for their money back, giving 1-star ratings, and sending the developers to hell and back. Rightfully so? I don’t think so. Maybe partially. But you can do a lot to prevent an update breaking your live site and putting you out of business.

    So here are my tips for never ever having a broken live website for more than 10 minutes, when doing an update on core WordPress, your theme or your plugins.

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