10 Steps to Take Before You Hit Publish: SEO Crash Course for CMS Content Publishing
How to Improve Your SEO with a Web CMS from DNN
This week Bruce gave a crash course to those writers, editors, bloggers, and marketing managers who rely on a content management system. The presentation was an SEO crash course — 10 points to help writers and publishers see search engine ranking success for their content.
Are you a writer or someone involved in the publishing process of your business? Do you perform keyword research before you hit publish? If you haven’t taken a moment to understand SEO best practices, then this webinar is for you.
“Most people don’t know how to do SEO. Most people don’t understand what is important, what isn’t important, and how to set your priorities,” Bruce explains in this webinar. “The priority of SEO is to get you visitors. Search engines rank results based on expertise, authority, and trust. The CMS is how you get the right ranking factors in the right place for the search engines to understand that you’re an expert.”
Replay the webinar webcast 10 SEO Tips to Improve Your SEO with a Web CMS from DNN Software.
6 Replies to “10 Steps to Take Before You Hit Publish: SEO Crash Course for CMS Content Publishing”
Thanks for putting up this webinar slides online! They’ve been really helpful. There is not much mentioned about backlinks in the slides though. Recently we’ve been hearing a lot about building as many backlinks as possible, to improve the domain authority and SEO.
Thanks for sharing! One of the things I do quite often is do the keyword research and come up with the title and if the content is being written by another person, or outside source I will only give them the title.
This offers a solid review of Search Engine Optimization basics that tend to get be overlooked in all the noise that comes from the SEO community. Thanks!
Thanks for sharing! One of the things I do quite often is do the keyword research and come up with the title and if the content is being written by another person, or outside source I will only give them the title. I made the huge mistake once of guiding the writer to much and they flooded the focus keyword all over the article and just didn’t work out. But when I give just the title the writer has a little more freedom and doesn’t focus on “I have to incorporate this keyword into my content”. Then I go through and optimize it and at that point I dont have to do much on page because the content is genuine and value added to the readers.
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