En commentaire de mon article précédent, Guillaume m’a posé quelques questions à propos du lien “Read More” qui est présent en page d’accueil de la plupart des thèmes WordPress, pour faire le lien avec les pages d’articles.
La duplication de contenus, ou duplicate content, est un problème commun pour toute personne s’étant penchée sur le référencement de son site un jour.
Joost de Valk has contributed a lot to WP: if you are running a WordPress blog, chances are high that you run at least one of his plugins.
Today, you can get the chance to test a SEO plugin, still in Beta but with lots of impressive features already!
Basically the plugin will gather already existing functionalities into one place. Thus, you will be able to control meta tags, meta robots, breadcrumbs, XML sitemaps, and a few other features.
Interested in testing all these features? Head to the announcement post straight away!
- A good read on how to organize your heading structure on your blog. h1, h2, h3, h4. You know they are useful, but here is how to make them really useful for the search engines.
- Another greta plugin by Nathan Rice – you can now transfer your SEO settings from one theme / plugin to another, and thus not having any compatibility issues and transfer issues when you get bored or decide to switch to an new theme. Thank you Nathan !
The now famous RSS logo has spread all over Internet since its creation in 2005 and globally since the beginning of the Web 2.0 wave. While some propose you solutions in order to gain RSS subscribers, I would like to raise your attention on a different aspect of RSS feed: its effect on Pagerank.