- He recommended my WordPress plugin SEO Title Tag
- He recommended attendees read my blog post series about blog optimization
- Dynamic URLs are treated the same as static URLs, as long as you keep the number of parameters to a minimum.
- Directory depth doesn’t matter to Google.
- File extension doesn’t matter to Google, unlesss it’s .exe.
- Google’s status as a domain registrar is inconsequential to them accessing other registrars’ domain data.
- Google won’t admit blogs into Google News that have only one author.
Dave Dugdale says
I just finished watching it.
It was very good, i learned at least two things and fix one of them already on my blog.
Lori Valesko says
The link to your Blog Optimization article is returning a ‘404 page not found error’…
Mark R says
I do have to question one thing that is mentioned:
“File extension doesn’t matter to Google, unlesss it’s .exe”
I have done some completely UNSCIENTIFIC reasearch with around 15 highly competitive keywords, and found that overwhelmingly the top ten results are either files ending in .htm or .html
It was hard to find product level pages that ended in .php, .jsp, .asp, .shtml that rankied in the top 10.
Category page seemed to rank ok IF there was no extension. So something like:
www.mydomain/blogs/seo-tips would be ranked in the top 10
As I mentioned, this was TOTALLY UNSCIENTIFIC, and I would love to hear if anyone else has more data on this.
But until I can be proven otherwise, my thought is, “Why risk it?”