WordPress plugin for building internal links

Internal links are links on your website that point to other pages of the website. Internal links is an important SEO factor, that helps search engines to understand website structure and index more pages of website. In this post, we will discover a WordPress plugin, Internal Link Building, for automatically linking between posts and pages of … Continue reading →

WordPress: Remove author link in comments

WordPress, by default, display author name as a link to author URL in comments. It's good for those who want to discuss seriously, they deserve backlinks for their websites. But sometimes you get spam comments, they just want to have backlinks without adding anything to discussion. To prevent this situation, removing author link in comments is a … Continue reading →

Blogger: Page Navigation with WP-PageNavi style

If you use WordPress, you might have heard about WP-PageNavi, the famous page navigation plugin. But in Blogger (blogspot) there is no such “plugin”. Blogger provides only Previous Post, Next Post links, and they cannot satisfy us. In this post, I will show you some code to make beautiful page navigation with WP-PageNavi style. … Continue reading →

URL structure doesn’t affect PageRank

In an answer of a question on GoogleWebmaster channel on Youtube, MattCutts explains that Google doesn't use URL structure as a PageRank factor. Google doesn't worry very much about how deep a set of directories is. If a page with deep URL structure, and is linked by another page, it still gets pagerank from that page. … Continue reading →

SEO: The right way to use H1 tag

The heading tags H1, H2, … are used to emphasize content and by this way improve SEO strength of website. The H1 tag, the most important tag, is usually used for main topic of the web page. It is recommended that we should use only one H1 tag on per page. This causes some different ways of position H1 tag, its implementation in the header of … Continue reading →

Make rel=publisher Passed W3 Validator

rel=publisher is a HTML piece that makes Google recognize (by rich snippet parser) the publisher of current page in search result. Unfortunately, the common implementation of rel=publisher by <link> tag is not validated by W3 Validator. Although W3 validator is just a guide and we don't have to follow 100%, but we should if we can. This post … Continue reading →