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Top 100 des Plugins WordPress - Blog WordPress

Top 100 des Plugins WordPress - Blog WordPress | Wordpress | Web-building | Scoop.it

Arès le Top 100 de sites sous WordPress, continuons à emboiter le pas de WPMU avec ce Top 100 des plugins WordPress.

Après tout, vous l’avez bien aimé ce billet, vous en aimez peut-être un autre du même acabit. Nous n’avons pas tous le temps de trainer des heures sur l’extend WordPress pour trouver les meilleurs plugins. Bien trop souvent, nous connaissons un plugin car un site en a parlé ou une personne nous en a parlé.


Si c’est le cas, alors vous risquez de passer à côté de plugins de grandes qualité. Car, il faut bien le dire, rechercher un plugin sur l’extend WordPress est vraiment pas ce qu’il y a de plus pratique.


Ce top 100 des plugins WordPress a pour but de vous présenter les 100 meilleurs plugins pour votre site WordPress, attention au décollage. Pour tout ce qui est plugins premium, n’oubliez pas de faire un tour sur notre site 100% affiliation WordPress, WP-Freemium.com, pour y découvrir une sélection de Thèmes WordPress pro et plugins WordPress pro.


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Help! Is My Website Copy Over-Optimized?

Help! Is My Website Copy Over-Optimized? | Wordpress | Web-building | Scoop.it

Did your rankings drop around the end of April?


The recent Google Penguin update is focused on web sites that are over-optimized and have been getting better rankings than they really deserve as a result. Some of what Google is looking for relates to unnatural link structure. But a lot of what they are penalizing sites for is copy that’s been over-optimized. If you saw a significant drop in your Google rankings around the end of April of this year, that may be a signal that your website has come to the attention of the Penguin algorithm change. Asking yourself three important questions can reveal whether or not you stepped over the line and need to make some changes to your copy.


Three Over-Optimization Questions:

1. How does your website sound when you read it out loud?

If it sounds awkward or if it feels like you are tripping over one or another of your keyword phrases too often, then you may have crossed the line. Look for places in your copy where the keyword phrase isn’t needed, and drop it.


2.  Did you try to achieve a certain keyword density?
Keyword density is a persistent myth, with many believers struggling to achieve a certain percentage of the words on the page being keyword phrases. This is a major item that Google’s latest update is focusing on. If you’ve been trying to achieve a certain density of keywords, you may have stepped over the line. Remove or paraphrase some of your keyword phrases in copy and read it out loud to yourself again.


3. Does your copy suffer from logorrhea?
If you wrote a lot more words that needed just so that you could work more keyword phrases into your copy, chances are that’s hurting you. When we pad our copy in order to work in keyword phrases, we typically don’t actually add more valuable information to the page. We restate things and we paraphrase thoughts, sentences, and even whole paragraphs — and all that allows us to work our keyword phrases onto the page more times. That’s a mistake. If you have more words than you need to make your point it hurts you two ways. First it may trigger the over-optimization flag at Google, and second it may be driving visitors away from your page. If there’s too much text on your page visitors find it intimidating and either don’t read all of it or leave the page without reading any of it. The trick is to write as much as necessary about the topic and no more. Blaise Pascal once wrote “I would have written a shorter letter but didn’t have time.” On your website, take the time.


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10-Point Guide To Authority Link Building | SEOMoz

10-Point Guide To Authority Link Building | SEOMoz | Wordpress | Web-building | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Neil Patel at SEOMoz says it right:


"...nearly half of what determines the rank of your site is based upon the types of links driving to your site."


And it is true, that even now, knowing the tactics and skills required to build incoming quality links to a web site, can still be tangibly beneficial to the visibility of that site inside the SERPs.


In this 10-point guide to link-building, Neil Patel provides a good basic roundup of popular approaches to link building while providing inspiration and examples on how to do it.


Here an excerpt of the ten key points he discusses:


Rule 1: Write content that attracts Editorial In-content Links

Rule 2: Fix other people’s broken links


Rule 3: Create a desirable image library


Rule 4: Offer to write a column or do a guest post


Rule 5: Go to where your target audience hangs out


Rule 6: Fill gaps in content


Rule 7: Contact big media at the right time


Rule 8: Approach government or education sites


Rule 9. Buy links without penalty

Rule 10: Know the difference between a good and a bad site"


For each one of the Rules, Neil provides a good explanation of what he means, and some real cases or examples of how you can do this too. He also provides links to some useful resources, tools and examples.


Useful. 7/10


Full guide: http://www.seomoz.org/blog/the-10-golden-rules-to-attracting-authority-links ;

Via Robin Good
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