Did you know you can increase your site traffic if you speed up your page load time? If you site loads slowly you are missing out on visitor traffic because people give up before your site even loads. In this article I'll cover some things you can do to increase your page load speed to increase your traffic, and where you can find more information.
In this Search Engine Optimization article I will cover Search Engine Optimization for the URL. Including Pretty URLs (SEO Friendly URLs), Canonical Links, and Website Double Vision (multiple versions of your website's URL). While not mission critical they do help with your over all SEO plan.
In this second article of my SEO 101 series, I will explain the process of creating a search engine specific XML sitemap. As well as, adding your site to search engines via Webmaster Tools. Finally, I cover a few of the basic Webmaster Tools concepts and features that will help you maintain your site's listings in search engines.
This article covers the basics for applying a good Search Engine Optimization (SEO) foundation to your website, no programming required. A good SEO foundation implemented on every page, news article, and blog post of your site, will allow you to build a solid web presence through your online reputation and page rank. There are many SEO articles on the web with little tidbits of information, but I wanted to present a simple and real, solid core Search Engine Optimization foundation, that works. Try it and see for yourself.