Really looking forward to your workshop. I imagine you already have most of this on your agenda, but some SEO topics I'd love to hear more about would be:
-Anything relating to SEO and Wordpress - how the H1 and H2 tags affect SEO, etc and just how to better SEO-ify your WP blog
- SEO myths? I read an article recently about several outdated ideas of SEO that are no longer relevant. So maybe you could address the ways that search engines used to trawl, as opposed to the way they do now.
-How dense does your keywording really have to be? Should we sacrifice good content for dense keywording?
-How to choose the best keywords for your particular topic or blog, and how to implement them well into your blog entries. I guess this is pretty basic but I'm sure plenty of bloggers out there, myself included, don't really fully understand how to do this well.
Thanks so much! We'll see you next month.
Also, one more thing -
What do you think is the best SEO plugin for Wordpress?
I've tried to use Google to search some blogs for specific terms and this falls flat when the search term is a category meta term on that blog, appearing in a listing of categories on every dang page on that blog.
Obviously, I can't control the design of other people's websites, but I would like to learn how to use that power for good and make sure any future design changes on my own blog don't lead me into that trap.
Sure. I know my buddy ResidentonEarth has been to Bamberg and liked it.
If I search her blog via Google for content related to Bamberg, using a search term like this:
I get a ton of non-Bamberg-related hits. I think it's because she's got a category called Bamberg and that category appears in a listing of her categories, and that listing is on every page of her Wordpress-driven blog.