I used to have one blog in English and one in Spanish on similar topics, with different domain names. At some point I decided to consolidate and create a bilingual blog. I wanted to create a subfolder in the domain I wanted to keep (domain A), and redirect the old domain (domain B, the one I was letting go of) into that subfolder in domain A so I did not lose my SEO.
In content strategy, a title is a powerful weapon. As a subject line in an email, a snippet in a social network or on a search results page the title is the first part of your content -or the most prominent- readers will see. It attracts your audience, drives traffic and helps improve your SEO ranking.
My neighbor joined me and some friends for a girls’ night in. She works at the newest and greatest car brand in the Silicon Valley and she mentioned that, today, it is not about being a business shark but about “being likeable.”
Few days later I was flying to Seattle for an SEO convention and I found in my phone a book I had bought a while ago. I was not in the best mood, let me tell you. I felt very stressed from work and for having to leave my family for a whole week.
I was checking my blogs while waiting for a conference when I started sweating: I had just installed the Moz Toolbar to see my page ranking and I was seeing “Page Authority:1”. Zero. Nada. How did this happen? I checked my other blogs and everything seemed normal. How come the blog I put more effort into had been penalized?
Updated May 24, 2015.
Plugins and widgets add functionality to your blog. They are easy to search, upload and use, and best of all, there are tons of free plugins and widgets out there. The following are critical to keep my wordpress site running, provide good customer experience and keep me out of trouble with search engines.