I have been using WordPress for a few years now to build websites and blogs. WordPress is no longer just a blogging platform; it is now a full fledged CMS (content management system). Building a WordPress website or blog is not hard at all; building a successful one is harder, but doable. With this series of articles I will explain how I built a website using WordPress. I am an expert in Internet marketing; I have built several successful websites, all of them optimized for search engines. This is NOT a WordPress course; I will assume you have some experience with this platform. We will explore together how I build a real website for a real, local business.
I am proud to announce to be moving to Oklahoma City (OK) and move there my website design operations. A new Oklahoma City Website Design adventure!
I recently “revived” my services as: SEO, WordPress, Drupal Consultant. After my numerous successes with SEO and designing simple but effective websites, I decided to go the extra mile and offer my services to small businesses; local or global does not matter.
When I work on SEO for a company, usually a small business, I frequently encounter these 8 mistakes; not always all 8 in the same website, but a few of them are a constant. Remember that doing SEO is not just a matter of “meta tags”, as I often I hear from customers, but a mindset. Search Engine Optimization is a complex and ongoing strategy, that usually cannot be done by a web developer.
I finally decided to redo my main website as Drupal and WordPress Guru. I designed several websites based on Drupal and WordPress, taking good care of visual impact and SEO. Unfortunately I neglected a little bit my main website.
I am starting here a series of notes about Drupal SEO. Drupal is an excellent CMS (Content Management System) with great SEO potential. With these articles I am going to give you a few ideas in order to improve your organic positioning on Search Engines. Articles are NOT written in a particular order.
A well designed, for SEO, Drupal website needs some sort of Analytics. The webmaster needs to know how people get to their websites and the subsequent behavior. This is even more important when an eCommerce is involved. I usually use 2 forms of analytics.