After a year (or more) of struggling with getting good SEO for a website I cobbled together, my client and I have decided to bite the bullet and switch out custom .NET site over to WordPress. This was a much taller order than I had hoped. Worse, we’ve lost some functionality along the way.
So we’ve launched a new site: TattooRegret.Net. It’s a site built on several Google tools coming together to provide what we hope is a useful service: a search engine dedicated to helping you find a laser tattoo removal clinic near you.
In the vein of experimenting with SEO related to the words Professional Software Implementation Folsom , I’ve put up a new page for the search engines to find. Wont last long (neither will this post). Hopefully just long enough for the page to get indexed. Then we can see whether anyone searches for the phrase Professional… Continue reading Professional Software Implementation Folsom – Next SEO Experiment
After reviewing some Google Webmaster tools reports, I decided to make one tiny change: swap the word “tutorial” for “example” in the title of one of my pages. Result: it worked!
SEO Magic. Is there such a thing? It depends. SEO is not technically complicated. Yet, seeing your page to the top of a Google results page is still the holy grail of web masters. So it seems like SEO magic exists. Yet, while it may seem like magic, there are some basic (really basic) things… Continue reading SEO Magic
I’m trying to determine why my manually created sitemap are not getting fully indexed, whereas my wordpress submitted sitemaps are fully indexed. What is different?
I’m undertaking a more challenging search term in my “Prove It To Me – SEO Experiment” series. Let’s see if we can put this concept to work successfully. More SEO magic for you.
I have another blog that I use for other stuff. Some professional/programming related items, some general purpose items. One item that I set up there involved Search Engine Optimization (SEO). What I call SEO experiments – Prove-it-to-me. My latest experiment was a smash. Check out my Tattoo Fondness experiment page.