Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by myfault, Nov 22, 2015.
I am finding the WP Silo plugins, anyone would recommend me, which plugin is good?
siloplugin dot com i use this
There's also a free one from Network Empire, called Simple Silo. Themewise there's Ultimate Silo Studio. I've heard a few other themes mention it, but that's the only one dedicated to it. As for which plugin is better? Depends on what you're trying to do with it and how deep of a silo you want. Simple Silo makes it easy to do Page-->Post siloing. It'll create a menu widget that autolinks within the silo and gives you a few shortcodes you can manually place if you want. WPSilo2 does Category->Page->Post siloing with Simple 301 redirect added in so that the category pages silos redirect to the Page level silos. It's also nice because it gives you a little bit more control over the styling of the pages it creates.
I think I'm just going to manually do my site with a redirect for the Category to Page connection and then using custom menu widgets in the sidebar with Jetpack's widget visibility feature. This way I can have a little more control over how links are placed.
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personally I prefer to not make silo sites with WordPress.
I would also love a decent tutorial on wordpress silos and examples of their effectiveness.
Why, what is the reason?
They never seem as beneficial as a straight up shit html site.
you can try also a them made from heatmap theme (silostorm). It's a paid theme.
Why not just create your silo manually instead of using a plugin?
It required editing .htaccess file which so many people doesn't know
Try this YT video tutorial series
Any recommendations on the best tutorial for wordpress silo struture?
i really do wonder how difficult it is to construct a silo wp from scratch? anyone tried? care to share?
I have used the SEO Ultimate WP plugin for silo'ing. It's got a ton of other stuff in it, but I the silo'in is decent.
Is it a must for SEO ?
Try with the silo plugin from Network Empire. It's a good one!
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