Did you know that your page can have multiple titles depending on where you want them displayed? It’s true… here are four different titles that you can have for a single page in your content management system. Title Tag – the HTML that is displayed in your browser tab and is indexed and displayed in search results. Page Title – the title that you’ve given your page in your content management system to find it
Whenever I describe ranking to my customers, I use the analogy of a boat race where Google is the ocean and all of your competitors are other boats. Some boats are bigger and better, some old and barely staying afloat. Meanwhile, the ocean is moving as well… with storms (algorithm changes), waves (search popularity crests and troughs), and of course the continued popularity of your own content. There are often times where I can identify
I’m not sure I would have called this infographic How to Create Perfect Posts; however, it does have some great clarification on what best practices work for updating your blog, video and social statuses online. This is the fourth iteration of their popular infographic – and it adds in blogging and video. Utilization of imagery, call-to-action, social promotion and hashtags are great advice and often ignored as marketers just work to broadcast their content. I
Google Analytics is a fairly robust package but sometimes you need to search around for the info you need. One item you might want to focus on with your WordPress Blog is how popular your content is. There are two ways of identifying your content: By the page By the article title Below is a screenshot on how to view your top content. Select the date range and you can find the results you need.