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    What is effect of CMS in SEO?


    My site build in .Net front-End and We using CMS. I want to know cause of falling keywords Ranking in Google. Its happen by CMS or some other reason?
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    Originally Posted by rosarionet
    There are some other things you have to revise:
    1) H ( 1,2,3.. ) tags
    2) Broken links.
    3) Keyword density
    4) SEF URLs
    5) Spammy incoming links

    If you provide us with your website, I am going to take a time and analyze the case more deeply.
    Thanks for your reply.
    I checked all points which you indicate here.
    I have not used H tags.
    I found only 5 un necessary links as broken links.
    I check keywords density via Keyword Density - SEO Chat
    But how can I check spammy incoming links?
    Can you suggest me, other technical issue. website is globehunters.com
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    I would also testify that WordPress is OK for SEO
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    A CMS in its self is neither good or bad for SEO. IF you change your site by moving to a new technology that creates a different structure with different URLs and link paths (i.e a different site) then it will have an effect, very usually negative. Wordpress is a CMS, and helps a lot with content management but it doesn't do SEO. There are some SEO plug ins that helps and do some basic up front things but they don't do SEO for you.

    Generally, most CMS technology is SEO unfriendly. Back end CMS systems should remain back end and be hidden from the front end.

    The OP hasn't included any where near enough information about the site, the sequences of events and exactly what has happened. Someone then asked a completely unrelated question about algorithm updates. Also, someone suggested some things to revise.....hmmmm, none of these are related to CMS and keyword density ..... really?
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    Panda Update 23, Dec. 21, 2012 is the latest Google panda update. It impacting about 1.3% of English queries.
    Last edited by joseph02; Dec 25th, 2012 at 08:24 AM.
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    But how can I check spammy incoming links?
    I solve this problem by closing comments to my blog .
    I know it is not a right way , but I tired to delete spam comments .
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    Originally Posted by tstolber
    A CMS in its self is neither good or bad for SEO.
    I have heard a lot of web designers say that Wordpress is bad for SEO, due to the coding primarily. I wonder if anyone else has the same opinion, that Wordpress is not ideal for search engine friendliness.
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    CMS is helpfull in SEO. According to my views wordpress is good for SEO.
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    A good content management system can have a dramatic impact on your SEO performance and a bad CMS can kill your SEO activities.
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    When it comes to SEO, it doesn't really make a great deal of difference what CMS you use.

    You get loads of people parrot the old line that "Google loves WordPress", which isn't true.

    However, for most people, WordPress tends to make onpage SEO a little easier compared to other CMS's like Drupal or Joomla.

    I'm not a Drupal user, so I don't know what in built or addon SEO features it has, but a good bulk of SEO simply comes down to your content and internal linking structure.

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