We haven't ad one of these in a while, so we thought that we would include a post about some of the great SEO posts of the week to help communicate some useful information to all of you Webmasters out there.
Great posts on SEO from the past week from some of the greatest SEO resources out there!
- Eric Enge had a great post over at Search Engine Land on key requirements for selecting an SEO friendly CMS. One of the key points from his article is that it is critical that your CMS not rely on session IDs on your URLs, or clutter URLs with other parameters. Don't make it difficult for the search engines to find and index your pages. There are some really good points especially items #8 through #11. Check out: 14 Key Requirements for a Search Friendly CMS
- Diane Aull had an excellent post on the importance of interlinking over at Search Engine Guide. Ah this is a topic near and dear to me. How many times has a client neglected their own internal links only to try and boost their external link inventory? Well more times that I would like to admit. The fact is that an easy way to help improve the quality of your links is through your own links. Remember it' quality not necessarily quantity that will give you the boost that you are looking for. Diane's article is called Go Link Yourself! (cute title btw)
- Over at ASK Enquiro, I posted about the importance of On-PageOptimization... and while this may seem like old school SEO, again the number of sites out there that fail to practice on-page optimization continues to amaze me. Forget the shiny new objects for a while address the fundamentals first. Check out The Importance of On-Page Optimization by yours truly.
- Is it Still Worth Using Keyword and Description Meta Tags was written by Kandi Humpf over at Search Engine Journal. It's interesting to see another "old school" SEO item make the list. C'mon people do not overlook the fundamentals.
- Search Behavior: The 4th Building Block of Search Engine Optimization by industry veteran Shari Thurlow. As Shari concludes: "...The human element of SEO has always been an important part of the optimization process. Now, I have added it to my building blocks of successful SEO. Have you?"
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