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How to Give Your SEO Agency Access to Your WordPress Site

By Toby Cryns / December 26, 2018 / Comments Off on How to Give Your SEO Agency Access to Your WordPress Site

My SEO team needs access to my WordPress site. My first instinct was to do it the old way: Install “Members” plugin & create a new “SEO Agency” role. But today when I went to do that, I noticed that Yoast SEO now adds 2 WordPress user roles for SEO agencies! So I added my…

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WordPress Loading Slow

By Toby Cryns / August 30, 2018 / Comments Off on WordPress Loading Slow

Your WordPress site is slow. I get it, and I can help.  🙂   There are lots of places to start troubleshooting this sort of WordPress slowness. One thing I often do to combat website slowdown headaches is utilize Cloudflare. About Cloudflare Cloudflare is basically a way to load your website off your server.  (FYI, your…

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Why You Need to Get on the Google Map

By Toby Cryns / August 29, 2018 / Comments Off on Why You Need to Get on the Google Map

“How do I get more clients for my business?” a friend recently asked me. The first thing I do in response is to search Google for the most obvious keyword. For example, here’s the search result on the iPhone X for my business for the most obvious keyword, “wordpress near me”: You Need to Get…

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Google Tag Manager How To

By Toby Cryns / January 15, 2014 / Comments Off on Google Tag Manager How To

Want to track EVERYTHING that users are doing on your site? Use Google Tag Manager. It’s awesome. The bad news is that setting this up is actually really really confusing. The good news is that Josh Becerra over at Monkey Island Inc. knows how to do this stuff and was kind enough to share his…

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How to Redirect One Domain to Another Domain While Preserving SEO

By The Mighty Mo! Design Co. / December 6, 2012 / Comments Off on How to Redirect One Domain to Another Domain While Preserving SEO

I recently migrated mspwordpress.com to mspwp.com.  Using a WordPress plugin was an option, but it didn’t seem ideal, since I wanted to maintain all SEO stuff for all pages.  The solution was to use .htaccess as follows: Options +FollowSymLinks RewriteEngine On RewriteBase / RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://www.mspwp.com/$1 [R=301] Pretty neat, eh?

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