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  • How to Launch a WordPress Site that is Optimized for Search

    … link in a search engine result. You should work as hard on your titles and meta descriptions as you do on your content! XML Sitemaps – Have you ever tried to find a new location without directions? Well, your XML Sitemap provides directions to search engines on where your content is located, how important it is, and when it was last updated. Every…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 7 readers -
  • How to Launch a WordPress Site that is Optimized for Search

    … link in a search engine result. You should work as hard on your titles and meta descriptions as you do on your content! XML Sitemaps – Have you ever tried to find a new location without directions? Well, your XML Sitemap provides directions to search engines on where your content is located, how important it is, and when it was last updated. Every…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 12 readers -
  • How to Choose the Best Comment System for Your Blog

    … Does your business have a blog? Do you allow comments? One of a blogger’s toughest tasks is managing the discussions around posts, and determining which comments are valuable and which are spam. In this article I’ll explore top blog commenting systems and the features that make them a great choice for your blog. Comment Moderation and Spam…

    Kristi Hines/ Social Media Examinerin Blogging- 28 readers -
  • 10 Flavors of Comment Spam

    … If you blog, you’ve undoubtedly run into the problem of comment spam. Basically, this is when disingenuous marketers attempt to trick you into providing backlinks to their website by inundating your comment section with vague, odd, meaningless, or downright baffling messages. I’ve written previously about how to protect your blog from these…

    Chris Irby/ Dex Mediain Blogging- 15 readers -
  • 5 Ways You Can Speed Up Your Website

    … speed, especially if you have a media-heavy site? Here are five ways that you can speed up your website and improve your user experience. Compress and Optimize Your Images The biggest culprit of slow websites is usually images. Nine times out of ten, if a site is taking a long time to load, it’s because the website has a media-heavy homepage. It may…

    Noemi Tasarra Twigg/ The Blog Herald- 15 readers -
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