Recently I ran into an issue. I needed to add some custom styling to Twitter’s timeline widget. The problem I ran into is that Twitter only provides two styles; Light and Dark. For my needs that wasn’t enough, I needed a custom background as well as some modification to text color, width and borders. This presented some problems but I ended up coming with a solution of my own that I feel is nice and straight forward.
In my fourth and final segment of my Quick and Dirty SEO fundamentals series I’m going to touch a subject that is very important, don’t try to cheat the system.
I’m continuing my series on Quick and Dirty SEO fundamentals by focusing part three on building a brand. Search engines put more trust in sites that they identify as a brand and thus give higher priority to search results from that brand. So being a brand is very important.
For my second post on my Quick and Dirty SEO fundamentals series I am going to cover the effect that web hosting and website performance enhancements have on SEO performance. While this won’t do as much for your website as having great quality content it still plays a huge part and can impact you negatively if neglected.
SEO is a subject matter that I’ve been working with and have had a lot of interest in for quite some time. However, lately I’ve been doing a lot of research and training with regards to SEO fundamentals for creating a good website to generate organic traffic. There are hundreds of factors (Here is 200 that Google uses) that go into a web page’s ranking and each one has different levels of attention that is required. I’ve decided to write my own Quick and Dirty SEO Fundamentals guide to try and focus on which of these factors will provide the biggest boost and are the most important. The first of these fundamentals I want to focus on is providing Quality Content on your website.