List of Best CMS for Blogging:- 1. Word Press Write seo friendly blog posts on wordpress is one of the most popular CMS used when it come to blogging. It allows you to manage content, digital assets and also has simple admin panel to boot. The main benefit of this CMS platform is that it is flexible enough to work easily. wordpress … [Read more...] about 9 Best Content Management System (CMS) for Blogging
Adam HenigeOh, I’m answering this one first because the correct answer is Joomla and I know several other people are going to copy me. I know people love this CMS, and it *can* work, but unless you grew up on this thing it’s not intuitive in any way shape or form to do even basic things as an SEO. Need to change meta descriptions? Good luck! Once you find them, unfortunately, you may not be able to change the page titles while you’re there. Everything is a wild goose chase when I work with this CMS and every installation and update seems to completely reconfigure where every element is. That, of course, is super fun when you’re trying to find an answer on Google and the answers might as well be describing how to set up an Apple IIe for the amount of relevance it has to the install of Joomla you’re looking at. Jerod KaramI’m going to take the cop-out answer here. They’re all terrible and they’re all decent (not great) in their own ways. … [Read more...] about Content Management Systems to Avoid
I have mentioned before in this column that a great many new international web marketers simply overlook or underestimate the costs they will incur on an ongoing basis just to keep their website up to date. Many international projects are approached with a one-off cost for localizing the website with no consideration of what happens when the original English content changes. This will probably happen around 24 hours after you sign the contract with a CMS vendor who doesn’t have all the international or workflow tools in place. … [Read more...] about My Dream International Content Management System
URLs free of tracking parameters and session IDs — Sticking session or tracking information such as the user’s clickpath into the URL is deadly for SEO. It usually leads to incomplete indexation and duplicate content issues. H1 tags — No H1 tags on a given page is not desirable. Too many H1 tags on the page is not desirable. Low-value content (such as the publication date) marked up as an H1 is not desirable. The article title is typically the best content to have wrapped in an H1. Customizable URL structure — If the default URL structure of the CMS doesn’t suit your needs, you should be able to change it. For example, if you don’t want /archives/ in the URLs of all your archived articles, you should be able to remove it. Or if you want to reference the article name instead of the article’s database ID in the URL, you should be able to do it. 301 redirects to canonical URL — Duplicate content is the bane of the existence of many a dynamic … [Read more...] about How To Choose Content Management Systems For SEO
Remember, that although this might all sound magical, you know better. Both a CMS and a shopping cart system are merely tools whose benefits depend entirely on how skilled you are in wielding them. Both kinds of software can be hard to configure, so hard that you need special help from experts. In the right hands, both can improve your organic search rankings, but used improperly, they can hurt you badly also, with parameter-laden dynamic URLs that search engines don't always index. The good news is that even if your software is configured incorrectly, an expert can correct it rapidly—one template change can fix all your pages at once. … [Read more...] about Do I need a shopping cart or a content management system?