Just because you have a blog doesn’t mean all your content needs to go in posts. Here are a couple instances to consider pages instead.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) was such a buzzword in the early 2000’s because most web folks noticed a change in behavior in the internet users. What’s that behavior? People used search engines as their primary starting point in their web usage. By now, tips are all over the web on how to make your blog […]
In this week’s Movable Type Monday, we learn about the MT 5 beta, an update to the popular Media Manager plugin, and how to optimize MT for search engines.
The concept of SEO (Search Engine Optimization) seems to be getting more and more pushed these days, and while there are issues I have with it, it’s definitely something every blogger should at the VERY least be aware of, and understand the some basic concepts. That’s where MarketingPilgrim.com’s post “7-Minute SEO Guide” comes in. If […]
A recent Wisdump commentary describes how marketing campaigns are asking people to search using keywords rather than type specific URLs. I am sure you have at least one friend or loved one who has not grasped the concept of URLs and remains highly dependent on Google for finding their way around the web. If you’ll […]
Word is out that Google is now able to index Flash content. This is probably good news to web developers out there who are into building sites with Flash. However, should bloggers rejoice at this news? Probably not. Or at least there’s no compelling reason to be too happy because of this news, unless you […]