Discussion in 'Link Building' started by platinumcent, Apr 29, 2014.
from my point , seo in 2014 is focusing on content + natural high quality links .
So, invest your money on build content and buy some high quality links
I second that.
Thanks for the tips, but I feel you can use less plugins imo.
Couldnt agree more. @OP: Keep it simple stupid! (Forgot about the KISS rule?)
I think that Wordpress SEO from Yoast is a must! It has a sitemap function, so there's no need for another plugin
My god, you are gonna have the slowest wp site on internet lol
regarding W3 Total Cache, I had some problems with that plugin. My blog is on a shared hosting and, after a few days, the site went offline due to too many queries. Do you have any idea about the best setting for the plugin in order to avoid these problems?
people gotta stop using this natural links shit, just stop it
it's fucking 2014, 90% of the people share via social media not their own blogs/sites, so get over this amazing content shit.
I agree that awesome content is good for you and when i build sites i make sure i have the BEST content on that subject, but i'm sure as hell not doing that for the "natural" links
Your tips are best and I will follow them.
Ofcourse Boss we have to be selective about the ones we choose.
Any idea for my question?
Just for example : W3 Total Cache + WP Minify is a overkill. WP Security Scan + Exploit Scanner is overkill as well. Try to load as less plugins as possible. They all get loaded in the front-end and makes your site slow. Just my two cents ( and yes I know what I am saying lol )
I tried to manage with the default settings of W3 Total Cache and it seems ok for now..
W3 is a great plugin but it can be a pain in a$$ to get set up on shared hosting. I have found that when setting it up go with the default options and plug into a CDN and CloudFlare. Then open up tools.pingdom.com and test you page speed as you make slight changes to the options in W3. Shared hosting is slow in and of itself however so your not going to get blazing speed from your site no matter what you do, but W3 will help make it faster.
thanks a lot.. This is the result of the test
Leverage browser caching: 15
The following cacheable resources have a short freshness lifetime. Specify an expiration at least one week in the future for the following resources etc etc
How can I implement that with W3?
thanks 4 the tips. But what the SEO effects if we using more than 10 wp-plugin?
I would not use all of those plugins, as it is basically content that is always the king.
Yes these are very good tips. i think without good content and quality backlinks SEO is useless.
Thanks for the info, some interesting plugin that I will test
thanks the info very useful most firefox plugins i have but interesting for wordpress
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