Looking for an SEO consultant/company, with proven Vanilla SEO background

Hey.

Drippler (drippler.com) is a mobile (Android/IOS) application which helps our users to become 'techies'.
Our users get drips (which are our articles) with news about apps, gadgets, how-to's and much more.

We are looking for an expert SEO person to help us with preparing the site for SEO - providing recommendations about meta tags, url structure, html structure etc., especially in the discussions section (http://drippler.com/discussions) of the site.

Do you know anyone that might be a good fit and has proven experience?
Thanks!

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  • SEO is about content, full stop/period. So on a forum generating and promoting right content is about nurturing behaviour (as your users provide the content). There isn't a one size is all approach, but is can include incentives like gamification.

    Much of the advice about urls, tags can be misleading, outdated or downright myth. Google doesn't want to it be about anything other than content, they are not going to let people pull the wool of their eyes, their algorithms are very sophisticated nowadays. There is a certain amount of "contextual web" where you specify the data, but beyond that they simply don't care about old school SEO tricks any more. Only relevance.

    Although there are things you can do, the vast majority of them pale into insignificance compared to focusing quality content. If you aren't providing anything that anyone wants, it doesn't matter what you do becuase you bounce rate will be high.

    Vanilla already has plenty going for it in term of SEO.

    grep is your friend.

  • phreakphreak VanillaAPP - White label iOS and Android App MVP
    edited May 2015

    @akatz: Hi Akatz, i would 2nd @x00 words. But i checked your site and there is some room for improvement. First kick your pictures and especially PNGs through tinypng.com and reupload them to gain speed. If you are not steadily working om the CSS, reduce al lines into one line and keep a structured version for editing, use the no-index dropdown with discussions to help search engines identifying only relevant threads,... etc., etc. check the common onpage rules that are mentioned on the web and you are fine. Vanillas structure is good by default.


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  • jobbatamjobbatam Batam New

    @akatz said:
    Hey.

    Drippler (drippler.com) is a mobile (Android/IOS) application which helps our users to become 'techies'.
    Our users get drips (which are our articles) with news about apps, gadgets, how-to's and much more.

    We are looking for an expert SEO person to help us with preparing the site for SEO - providing recommendations about meta tags, url structure, html structure etc., especially in the discussions section (http://drippler.com/discussions) of the site.

    Do you know anyone that might be a good fit and has proven experience?
    Thanks!

    whats skin you use? interesting!!!

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