Archive for the 'Internal SEO' Category

Organic Search Engine Traffic

Thursday, November 13th, 2008

Do you want to increase traffic to your site? You can do that by using traffic generating techniques like PPC (Pay Per Click), Bookmarking, Social Networking, Autosurf, Advertisements on other blogs and more. Most of the visits that referred by these techniques are bounced traffic. Meaning, the particular person might stay on your site for […]

How To Add Nofollow to the WordPress Comments Link

Saturday, July 5th, 2008

I actually had a damn hard time finding this posted anywhere on the web, so I thought I would share.? I don’t think I need to tell anyone why this is a good idea, but it is basically eliminating search engines from indexing useless links. We will use the following as an example. Useless Links […]

CSS Image Replacement For Fixed Width Themes

Friday, June 20th, 2008

Early on in my blogging career, I wrote a how to for css image replacement and today I am here to tell you that does not work for fixed width themes such as our new one.? So, it took some poking around to find out what would.? The objective here was to have our name […]

PageRank Methodology

Tuesday, June 10th, 2008

First off, everyone is to understand I don’t work for Google and nobody besides them actually knows how the PageRank algorithm really works.  So this post could be made up pure fiction or facts.  On a much more serious note, the following may seem quite obvious to an experienced SEO/SEM, but I wanted to have […]

Traffic Took A Dump And It Stinks!!

Sunday, June 1st, 2008

Damn Social Media and its burst of success. Wouldn’t you know as soon as I take a break to focus more on other projects, traffic tanks.? This is an analysis of what I did wrong and what I can do to create a more steady flow. As you can see, traffic never was mind blowing, […]

Automated Universal Sitemaps

Friday, December 14th, 2007

It is no secret that a good sitemap is key to your search engine optimization schema.? What about when your working with combined platforms such as WordPress, PHP Link Directory, and Forums all for the same site?? Do you really want the hassle of maintaining a sitemap for each?? Some might even say you need […]

Forcing the WordPress index.php to the Main Url and Avoiding Duplicate Content with a .htaccess

Wednesday, November 28th, 2007

Duplicate Content on a large scale basis can ruin your blog.  I blame it on the search engines for not being smart enough to know exactly what you want, but in any case you can easily avoid this problem with your WordPress .htaccess.  In reality what you are doing is forcing a www. or non-www. […]

Call-to-Action Links

Wednesday, November 14th, 2007

If you been around the Internet for 7 or 8 years, you have watched the revolution of call to action links evolve. A call to action link simply request activity from a reader or potential customer. Some of the most basic call to action links we have seen in the past are click here and […]

CSS Image Replacement, The How To

Wednesday, October 10th, 2007

CSS Image replacement is very affective for style sheet based themes. The advantage of using image replacement is compatibility for screen readers or non-image based browsers that can not use my .css document. If I did not do this, then non-image based browsers would not be able to navigate my site easily and effectively. This […]