SEO Analysis of Amplify, Ping.fm, and Posterous | nCoded
SEO Analysis of Amplify, Ping.fm, and Posterous
Published on October 14, 2010 by Mr nCoded · No Comments
Most organisations spend time and effort on their SEO strategy, and with modern developments such as Amplify, Ping.fm, and Posterous, I thought It would be a good idea to do a quick analysis of offerings from these services.
Clearly with such an analysis in hand you can then create a logical SEO strategy based on posting your content to social type media web applications.
The Best SEO WordPress Plugins For 2011 Updated – DiTesco’s Posterous
SEO Auto Links And Related Posts: One of the current rising stars on the WordPress repository, SLRP (for short), is an excellent alternative to other similar SEO plugins as it combines both interlinking of your content and displays your related post at the same time. Obviously there is the option to turn one or the other off, in case you are already using a deep linking plugin. What I like best about this rising star plugin is that there are options normally found only on premium plugins. Examples are automatically creating keywords as affiliate links, displaying tumbnails on related posts, etc. The auto links feature will automatically convert post title, meta keywords, and post tags found inside the blog posts into an internal link. You really have to give it a try.
Posterous vs. WordPress- a Battle of Two Titans. Pros and Cons.
SEO limitations are still present on Posterous, so in this sense the countless plugins are a huge advantage of WordPress. After all, when (on purpose I didn’t use “if”) Posterous start working on SEO features, WordPress might have serious problems. Are we talking at a case of student surpassing the master here?
2011 SEO Strategy using automated tools – ncoded’s posterous
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