Key words and site optimisation

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Key words and site optimisation

Postby Acuhuw » 15 Nov 2009, 14:13

Being new to blogging I am trying to figure out how to optimise my site for the best chances of being seen in search engines. Do you have a guide for your theme as to the best site optimisation processes which work best? for instance I looked into view source of my home page and I cant see any key words or meta descriptions however I am using headspace 2. my url is
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Re: Key words and site optimisation

Postby sayontan » 15 Nov 2009, 14:24

The theme currently doesn't have an SEO module, though I do have plans for it in the future. You can use a plugin like Platinum SEO or All-in-One SEO, which will let you set this up seamlessly with the theme.

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Re: Key words and site optimisation

Postby Acuhuw » 16 Nov 2009, 09:02

thanks will give it a go. acuhuw.
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