Which is good for SEO?
Thank you so much.I think maybe the OP could have asked the question differently... let's say you're the admin of a forum and you're looking at setting up a dedicated forum to post editorial articles for your community, mainly by you and a few guest editors. Would you post these articles in a sub-forum on the site or would you set up a Wordpress bridge and run WP on the site in order to post them that way? Has anyone done and A/B testing between XF forum articles vs. Wordpress articles on the same domain running side by side?
I will say this - I found a forum site that runs WP for their homepage. They post short articles in WP pointing to threads in the forum and use that as the structure for their homepage. I tried doing Google searches for keyword strings used in the page titles of their WP article (which was really just a short synopsis of the discussion thread) as well as the forum thread and found that their WP articles came up pretty high in the results and their forum thread did not. In that case, WP was getting them better SEO results. Obviously, that is for vB and not XF. I wonder if anyone has done any research on this using XF and WP side by side?
SEO is not based on content quality alone, although that is an important starting place to really boost your SEO. If you want to see more SEO growth, you have to look into finding ways to get good quality back links. Social network presence also plays a small role in your SEO rankings.SEO is something whichbreally scares me.
My page pr rank shown by google 0
The Quality of content - ost of the posts are super ultra high quality, u not even find same type work anywhere.
I just dont believe on seo thing, as my site is just 1month 18 days old, i will wait for another 4.5 month and then will decide, do i need seo thing service.
Today i am happy with my progress
Google and other robots visit my site frequently and almost indexed all threads.
CTA has the ability to be used as a portal.Thanks, the slider is definitely CTA. Do you think the "Articles" are as well? How you you display featured threads like that in CTA?
Awesome, thanks! CTA site doesn't make that very clear.