For those of you that have purchased the iWeb SEO video from Rage Software this iWeb tutorial may not come as much of a surprise to you, however if you haven’t (why not? it’s full of useful iWeb SEO tips and tricks) you may want to pay attention. Regular readers of this blog may also remember my previous tutorial explaining how to get ‘header’ tags into your iWeb site, but it involved a bit of faffing about.
Many of us were waiting for the latest Apple news and releases that are part of the Keynote speech at the WWDC every year and aside from the updated Macbooks, the new iPhone and of course Snow Leopard the release of Safari 4 was mentioned.
During my review of the Rage iWeb SEO Tool I touched on the subject of alt-tags for images within iWeb and how they can not only improve your SEO rankings but improve the accessiblity of your iWeb site. The purpose of this post is taking it all a little bit further and going into a little more depth to help you understand the whys and wherefores of alt-tags and how to add them to your iWeb site. Read more
UPDATE: The proper way to add Google Analytics to your iWeb site is either through iWeb SEO Tool or SEIntelligence. Please click on the links to watch the proper way of adding Google Analytics using these tools.
Google Analytics is a fantastic tool for getting every sort of statistic for your site that you could ever dream of. It is so much more than number of visitors to your site, and if you are serious about your iWeb site you need the sort of information Analytics can provide.
For those of you that have been following my series on SEO for iWeb you may well have notice Danny’s comment at the bottom of Part 3 – Keywords. I gave this comment some thought and then came up with an idea. I would take the <head> section of Danny’s site and do a sort of ‘before and after’ thing to show you which meta-tags and keywords I would use along with any other changes. So I emailed Danny and he agreed. I won’t be making the changes to his live site, as he may not agree with the things I do, but I thought I would publish them here so that you (and he) can all see, and hopefully understand a little better, what I have been writing about over the last few weeks. Read more