Today’s tip is how to implement custom navigation on a page by page basis with the SEO Design Framework. Just for a little background, we originally used SDF on client’s sites as a way to create optimized ranking beacons for broadcasting the appropriate signals to search engines, then strategically linked specific pages to the content silos (themed site segments) to augment ranking factor. To make this process even more optimal, we had to ensure that we prevented page authority from siphoning off from duplicate shingles, Read More

Look over my shoulder as I show you how easy it is to quickly create perfectly siloed site architecture in less that one minute. Siloing or website silo architecture is a vital layer of SEO, it’s the foundation of both a solid thematic site whereby each topic is housed and served on pages related to the central message. So, in other words, you only see categories if you have clicked into the topic (a.k.a. silo) and you will only see related supporting articles for that Read More

Ever wish you could control how each page looks and truly liberate your creative impulses? Look over Tony Camero’s shoulder as he shows you how you can create a custom look and feel for each page including navigation, layout and even the header and footer using the SEO Design Framework.     Let us know what you’d like to see more of and we’ll create video tutorials to cover it. We hope you found this video useful and we hope you are enjoying the SEO Read More

We know that there are two types of people (1) people who like to tinker and delve into settings and tweak things and (2) people who have better things to do that build websites (like running their business) who just want to set it and forget it, which is why we’ve created a series of quick starter files for the SEO Design Framework. The Quick starter import files save you time by providing a solid foundation that you can build on (by adding your own Read More

This video covers how to add 3rd party scripts to the SEO Design Framework through either the global settings (to affect all pages), the local page level settings (to override and global settings) as well as using shortcodes (which can be used in widgets, content areas, or the global and local page level settings) including custom widgets. Stay tuned for more video Tutorials for the SEO Design Framework.