|By:||Dave Cross (davorg) from London.pm|
|Date:||Tuesday, 14 August 2018 09:30|
Warning: Perl Free Zone!
Most of us have web sites. And for most of those web sites, success means getting more visitors visit it. And that means getting better ranking in Google. And that means SEO.
You can spend hours poring over spreadsheets of keywords that you want your web site to rank for. But there's another side to SEO. There are a number of relatively simple tweaks you can make to your site in order to make it more attractive to Google. Over the course of half a day, we will cover some of these.
Anyone can apply these techniques to their web sites. But very few people do. That's why they work.
This is an extended version of the workshop I gave at the London Perl Workshop in 2017.