At Sitemason, when I begin to write for our blog or marketing pages, I often run through a checklist of SEO best practices. Not because I'm especially concerned with being technically perfect and appeasing the search gods (AKA Google), but because what's good for search engines is good for readers.
In this article I present a 17 point checklist for things to consider when writing with SEO best practices in mind. Read more for the complete list.
Authorship is Google's effort to connect content authors to their other contributions on the web in Google search results. SEOs are strongly pushing authorship as a way to heighten brand value and declare content ownership.
Most importantly, Authorship increases rankings by generating trust between content producers and search engines. The following tutorial provides an easy to follow step-by-setup guide for adding Authorship to your own site. Read on to get your website primed for Authorship.
No matter how helpful Sitemason Library methods are, sometimes you gotta go custom. One common requirement is to break out from basic navigation menus to customize the display of a site's navigation. A simple example below:
Today we're launching a new series for developers to regularly offer tips and tricks for developing in the Sitemason environment. Our first tip is to use custom queries for testing code on a live site.
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