Custom made scripts vs Public scripts from SEO pov?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by NaixThe7thSage, Oct 12, 2011.

  1. NaixThe7thSage

    NaixThe7thSage Newbie

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    One important thing of SEO is that content should be unique. So does this mean that if you code a website script yourself, would it get more preference in search results than public scripts? (assuming the custom script is coded well from SEO point of view)

    Like if i used custom blog script instead of wordpress would it get a higher priority?
     
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    volund Supreme Member

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    Google seems pretty good at separating the code part of a site from the content part of a site. If that was not the case than wordpress sites would not hold their own against a nice clean html/css site with very minimal code and lots of content.
     
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    Nope.
    Custom made blog scripts doesn't necessary mean that the blog is better than WordPress, so why would Google consider that as it is ?

    I don't believe there is any difference between the both, unless you make more on-site SEO features on the custom scripts, which is in 99% times possible with WordPress
     
  4. NaixThe7thSage

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    Well that was just an example, I don't use blogs that often. I'm coding an interactive website its a very big project and there are scripts available in the market, similar to the one I'm creating, but why am I recreating it then? Well I just want my website to be unique in all aspects. I guess it doesn't matter from SEO point of view, unless the public script is bad with SEO.

    -Thanks for your feedback