A fresh Wordpress installation is a beautiful thing – clean, simple, and loaded with potential. But before you can start designing your Wordpress website and uploading content, there are some basic things that you need to do in order to configure it properly and make the most out of it.
I’ve used WordPress on four different websites that I’ve built this year, including this one. And the more I talk to people about WordPress, the more versed I am in why they should be using it on their website.
When I build a WordPress website for a client, I have to remember that while I’m fully comfortable managing, editing, and adding content or enhancements, they aren’t necesssarily. So I make a few slight changes on the administrative side while building their website, which (hopefully) improves their overall user experience.
WordPress is a great tool to build a website in, but when it comes to search engine optimization, there are a few areas where it needs some improvement. The issue of duplicate content is one of them, so I’d like to talk about what duplicate content is before presenting 5 easy ways to fix that Continue Reading »