Found a fantastic little video that helped me better understand Google, SEO and Thesis aff.
Web designers can make some killer looking sites. And there is no shortage of free templates, that look awesome, to help you build your website. But what I didn’t understand until recently is that Google doesn’t like the complicated code that makes up many cool designs. Google likes clean and simple html. If you have some wild and crazy design code mixed in with the html code that makes up your content, ie your text, then Google has a hard time figuring out what your website is about. The Google robots get confused and give up. They may find and record some of your content, but they don’t do a thorough job. Then your ranking suffers. You don’t get found.
Solution? Watch the video below.
• The Guardian named Copyblogger one of the world’s 50 most powerful blogs.
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• The editors of Performancing honored Copyblogger founder and editor Brian Clark by naming him the most influential blogger of 2007, and he came in at number 30 among the 50 most influential bloggers compiled by top blogger Leo Babauta.
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No matter what you are using now, it’s never too late to get started with Thesis. (I can help if you like!) After all, Thesis is the most innovative and user-friendly SEO-Optimized WordPress framework on the planet!