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What's the most SEO Theme for WordPress?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by loginname, Nov 8, 2009.

  1. loginname

    loginname Regular Member

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    Hey

    I wonder what theme I should use on my WordPress site.

    The site will have a 3 column layout (leftbar for adsense, middle area for content, and rightbar for links and some adsense - maybe that is not a good idea - maybe 2 column is better when I want to make money out of the site)

    Currently I use the Eximius theme

    Okay so I have 3 column layout now. I wonder what 3 column theme I should use which is very SEO optimized. I've read that there is SEO difference between themes, some makes it easier to get ranked and indexed than others.... so if I want my site to quickly be indexed and ranked #1 fast which theme should I go for?
     
  2. lazyfrog

    lazyfrog Junior Member

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    many say thesis is best optimized. I do not know. But I know it is most hyped. So jump on and get thesis1.6 if you like. it is in theme download section also.
     
  3. famtaro

    famtaro Registered Member

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    i dont know which one is the most SE friendly
     
  4. peter2002

    peter2002 Senior Member

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    So, why posting then???

    @OP: I would go with thesis as well.
     
  5. evildave

    evildave Newbie

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    I wouldn't worry about the theme. I would pick the most visually appealing theme. I would also NOT install "All In One SEO Pack". Instead, you can make some tweaks to your files which will allow you to manually include title, description, keywords and any other meta data you would like to include using custom fields.

    Tutorial: http://www.bloggingtips.com/2009/05/28/revisiting-wordpress-custom-fields/

    This is a much cleaner and more effective way of maxing out your Wordpress SEO efforts. Hope this helps.