The Show Content Only Plugin enables you to show only a post or page’s content, without sidebars, footers, and other content.
There are many different reasons for wanting to show just the content, but there’s never been such an easy way to do it. This plugin adds a box in the post and page editor that provides you with four links:
Content with Tags
Content with Categories
Content with Categories & Tags
This is very helpful in conjunction with the Google Keyword Tool, so that Google only analyses the content of your post or page, not the surrounding context as well.
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Why use a content spinner?
There are a lot of content spinners out there (I won’t even bother linking to them, most are for spamming, not for SEO). The existing products allow you mass-export articles then submit them across content networks to build links using spammy articles. That is not what this plugin does. This plugin allows you to enhance your site’s SEO by reducing duplicate content.
Google has been improving its handling of duplicate content by implementing use of the canonical tag and updating its algorithm. They don’t punish a site for duplicate content, but having unique content is still better than duplicate content.
The Best WordPress SEO Plugin? A combination of two.
All in One SEO Pack (AIOSEO) is the leader in WordPress SEO plugins. It offers great functionality and simple integration into the process of writing a post. AIOSEO is not a perfect plugin, however, because it lacks some very important functionality:
Custom category title tags
Custom tag title tags
Mass editing of page, post, tag and category title tags/slugs
Google’s algorithm likes text more than images. It likes headlines more than paragraphs. You can increase how much weight your headline has by only having one or two of them. Having the same headline across all pages reduces the value of it each time.
Instead of having your logo be an image, or H1 image replacement using CSS, it’s now best practice to use a H1 (heading 1) for your home page and a P (paragraph) for the rest of your pages. Then, you can use the headline for your page’s title instead, and get more bang for your buck.
When I am working with a client that already has a website, one of the first questions I am asked is “How will redesigning my website affect my rank?” Here’s what to expect when launching your new website:
Your website will take a hit in the SERPs for 20-30 days
Update: Now use the SEO WordSpinner plugin to implement this concept. Use the get_seo_spin() PHP function in your theme’s footer.php file.
Footer links are dropping in SEO value
How to stay relevant while getting great links
As a web designer and SEO, I place links in the footers of most of my designs. Clients don’t mind (I always request the link), and it’s a high-quality link. Most small web design and SEO companies do. Footer links have become very spammy, however, and sites try to stuff as many links there as possible.
Footer links may be devalued by search engines automatically Check out the evidence – Yahoo! says they may devalue footer links, Bill Slawski uncovers patents suggesting the same and anecdotal evidence suggests Google might do this (or go further) as well. Needless to say, if you want to make sure your links are passing maximum value, it’s wise to avoid the footer (particularly the footer class itself).
The era of the PageRank-passing footer links are coming to an end. The search engines have a good reason for devaluing the links — but how can we get the juice back?
Let’s consider the following issues:
Footer links are being devalued by search engines
Footer links have a low click-through rate
Having the same link on every page makes the link less valuable