February 19, 2016

Blog Posts Will Improve Your SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

Blog posts are a great way to help your site’s SEO and Search Engine Recognition.

Appropriate blog posts allow you to continuously add new relevant content to your website. http://www.socalwebworx.com/ This is now one of Google’s top ways of analyzing your website’s importance, relevance to your keywords, and worthiness of ranking high in SERP’s (Search Engine Report Pages). The more your website’s relevant content grows the more credible your site becomes. Of course there is also the benefit that return viewers will find new information on return visits to your website and potentially stay on your site longer. (Yet another SEO element in Google’s algorithm for ranking websites.) http://www.socalwebworx.com/index.php#blog

Blog posts can also be syndicated to your Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/SoCalWebWorx and other social media to give you more SEO benefits for your efforts.

In addition to the above benefits is the reality that blog posts can very quickly show up in high positions in search engine results. Per this screen shot, although our website did not show in the top Google results in a search for “product photography definition” a recent blog post on the subject did show very high at the time of this screen shot. The reason blog posts can move to the top of search engine results is because they are usually highly focused on one specific topic.

Blog Posts Help Your SEOWith the new ‘All in One SEO Pack’ https://wordpress.org/plugins/all-in-one-seo-pack/  in the most popular blogging mechanism WordPress 4.4.2 your blog posts can be more effective than ever in improving your Internet presence and website traffic.

June 23, 2015

How to redirect a webpage

Filed under: Blog Articles,Blog Post,Website Updates — jweissberg @ 11:03 am

htaccess Redirect

How to redirect webpages

The .htaccess file is a small text document that generally sits in the same location as your index.php or index.htm pages. It gives you the ability to interact with Apache on an individual domain-to-domain and directory-to-directory basis.

You can place the htaccess file anywhere where you’d like to control the flow of visitors. So for instance you can protect directories and redirect the traffic visiting those pages. This page will show you how to use the .htaccess file to redirect your visitors in different ways. Note that this is a powerful system file, if the syntax is incorrect in anyway, it could render your site unusable. Always take a backup.

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