Four Common WordPress SEO Mistakes and How to Fix Them

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For more businesses, WordPress is the best place to start when building a website. The content management system is easy to install and highly customizable. Anyone with a basic knowledge of computers can create pages and posts without additional training. And there plugins available to make the site handle just about any function imaginable. WordPress is also SEO friendly, but not as much when used with default settings. Business owners who are using their WordPress with its out of the … Continue reading

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SEO Terms – YouTube Partner Program

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The YouTube Partner Program is a system by which original content creators on YouTube can make money from their videos. Participants agree to let YouTube put ads in your video, and then YouTube pays the partner a percentage of the ad revenue. The program is only available in the US, UK and Canada. Potential participants must already regularly upload videos that are being watched by thousands of YouTube users.

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SEO Terms – YouTube

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YouTube is a video sharing platform that is owned by Google that allows users to post video clips and other user-generated content. Clips on YouTube include movie and TV show clips, video blogs, international videos, citizen journalism clips and product information. Advertisers can pay to have their ads shown before relevant videos on the bottom of the screen during the video.

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SEO Terms – Yahoo! Directory

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Yahoo! Directory is a popular web directory that shows different classifications and categories that a site can fit under. Yahoo! Directory is one of the first online directories and has a free and a paid submission process. Adding your site to Yahoo! Directory will boost your SEO by giving you a backlink from a site with high authority.

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SEO Terms – Yahoo! Answers

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Yahoo! Answers is a community-based question and answer site where users ask questions and other users post their answers to the questions. The answers are then ranked by members and the most voted on answer is put on top. Though not the best source for accurate information, Yahoo! Answers is a good way to see what the conventional wisdom is on a subject, product, or brand.

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SEO Terms – Yahoo!

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Created in 1995, Yahoo! is one of the oldest search engine and one of the three major search engines. Yahoo! is the third most popular search engine after Google and MSN. Yahoo offers several other web-based products like hosting and email.

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SEO Terms – XML

XML is short for Extensible Markup Language, which is a text format that can used to write information for technologies like RSS. XML allows the programmer to define the various properties of a document such as the author or description.

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SEO Terms – WordPress

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WordPress is an open source content management system that is used for many new blogs and websites on the internet. WordPress is highly customizable and user-friendly which has contributed to its popularity. Sites built in WordPress account for more than 20% of all new websites and blogs since 2011.

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SEO Terms – Wiki

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A Wiki is a website of mostly user-generated content that is developed through the collaboration of the website users who are able to add or edit content on the site. The most well-known Wiki is Wikipedia, but Wiki have also been used for entertainment fan pages and other specialized internet communities.

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SEO Terms – Web 3.0

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Web 3.0 is a term used by internet marketers to describe the next phase in the evolution of the internet, which many experts believe will revolve around the growing use of the mobile web and personalized semantic searches. Siri personal assistant on Apple devices or the wearable Google Glasses are examples of Web 3.0 concepts.

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