SEO is a dirty word, tarnished by years of bad practice and self-defined ‘gurus’. But should it be ignored by developers? Keith argues the case for taking SEO seriously when building WordPress websites. He also gives his top ‘hater-friendly’ tips for SEO on WordPress. It’s easier (and harder) than people might think.
The Internet has made the world a much smaller place. Your website can reach practically anywhere on Earth. Wouldn’t it make sense to immediately serve your visitors the relevant, accurate content that they’re looking for, versus making them select their geographic location from a pulldown menu or a map? Not knowing the physical location of …
A lightning talk covering SEO for WordPress.
Rob Cubbon discusses how he uses WordPress to find clients.
Getting lots of content into a site can increase the scope of the site, user engagement, and maybe ad revenue too. So why not get your visitors to add content for you? This brief talk shows how you can do that without giving everyone a login to the admin area.
Migrating WordPress sites, from server to server, or from domain to domain, is a remarkably fraught experience. There are a few ways to do this painlessly. In this talk I give a rundown on the ways to move WordPress websites around, where it all goes horribly wrong, and how to make sure you don’t lose …
Michael Smith will be discussing the Google Publish WordPress Plugin.
Peter Curtain gives a talk on writing blogs and articles, his lessons from writing for newspapers.
Understanding reader’s interests and appropriately tailoring your WordPress homepage for them.