I know the title sounds a little adversarial, but I’ve seen so much of it that it’s a message I have to be straight up about. Consider this a public service announcement about web design and marketing budgets.
Ever read an article where the title asks a question — the very question you have — and by the end of it you feel like it could’ve just answered that question in two sentences? Why did the article have to be 500+ words of fluff?
Recently I was trying to install a well-used plugin on a new site I’ve come to manage and noticed it wasn’t showing up in the repository anymore. As I began looking into where the heck WP-SpamShield went, I stumbled across an article written by the plugin authors that seemed worth sharing and expanding upon.
Video has gotten powerful. Here’s an infographic to demonstrate just how powerful and versatile we’re talking here, and why you need to include it.
Good SEOS ensure that worthy websites have a fair shake at reaching visitors by earning it — proving to Google that the content is worthy.