Core Tweaks Plugin Feature Requests
I believe we have one of the best WordPress setup plugins available, but there’s ALWAYS room for improvement, isn’t there?
I finally got to see what our iPhone app looks like on an iPad, and it looks great, but there’s nothing you can “do” with it. As Michael Gray pointed out, it’s not “actionable”.
I write quite a bit, and more often than not, I do it right into a WordPress blog.
Most people know that the extra time you take to use images in your blog posts improve the quality of your site overall, the matter what the image is.
Compressing your files to load the pages faster has always been the preference for large files, but depending on your web host, it could be an incredible pain in the neck.
As I write this, our programmer Heather is putting the final touches on the newest Core Tweaks WordPress Setup plugin, and we expect to have the newest version 3.0 uploaded to WordPress.org within the hour.
We put page and image size factors in the SEO review tool long ago, because it seemed logical that if Google was already counting page load speed for the Adwords quality score, then it would probably end up being counted as an organic factor too some day.
Having an outdated copyright date on a website can make it look ignored not only to the search engines, but your visitors as well.
If you manage a bunch of sites, whether they’re static or dynamic, that could mean some annual changes, or more often, an outdated copyright date at the bottom of every page.
I’m happy to announce that I’ve completed the addition of new videos to all of our SEO Automatic Tools. Because I suffer from SAS syndrome myself (Short Attention Span) all of the videos are under three minutes, and they get right to the point without much wasted time.
When someone installs WordPress, even with the “one click installation” that some web hosting companies offer, there are still plenty of things requiring completion.
Just like most professionals and companies who routinely “do SEO” for a living, the experienced WP developers are generally going to follow a sort of “standardized” set of guidelines, rather than keep WordPress installed exactly as it sits “out of the box”.
Over the past 48 hours, Peak Studios has caused hundreds of internet marketers to express their amazement, support, and very little criticism of my overblown response to Jeremy Wyss’s blackmail threat, which he carried out yesterday.
In a nutshell, here are a few indisputable facts –