Tonight I attended a fine presentation on Search Engine Optimization, Eric Highland’s November 27, 2012 presentation on DIY SEO for the WordPress Austin Meetup group.
Faithful blogger/website owner, don’t stick your masterpiece in the basement. Join us for a course that unpacks and demystifies the SEO jargon that has always given you a headache, and equips you to get your blog “seen” by search engines and the millions around the world who use them daily to find blogs just like yours.
What I liked most was when he said the most important thing you can do is to write well and that he welcomed collaboration with anyone who does so. As the publisher of the Austinot.com, he encoourages guest blogging. This presents a great opportunity for my local clients to establish their expertise and to gain local publicity and valuable in-coming links to their sites. For those of my clients who welcome this opportunity but who don’t feel comfortable writing, Net Ingenuity will ghost blog on their behalf.
WordPress is one of the most popular blogging tools available, yet many people don’t know that it is a powerful Content Management System (CMS) that can be used for more than just blogging. With a WordPress website you can build a blog, an ecommerce store, a brand identity, or all this and more. It will rank higher on Google than a non-WordPress website, and you won’t be held hostage by your webmaster.
Net Ingenuity produces effective, find-able WordPress websites and uses the web and social media in ways that compel others to work with our clients. Content is clarified, organized and presented eloquently, with the right words, appropriate style and proper grammar. Images and design enhance and inform. Net Ingenuity designs custom themes for WordPress websites and provides WordPress coaching. In just a couple of hours with our one-on-one coaching, you can learn to manage and update your WordPress website. Net Ingenuity also can provide SEO services, ongoing maintenance with regular backups and strong security.
According to Google Trends, WordPress sites now have more traffic than either of the two rival applications, Drupal or Joomla. See the graph and find more details on