16 thoughts on “WordPress Search Engine Optimization Mastery with Craig Fifield”

  1. *Wordpress Search Engine Optimization Mastery with Craig Fifield*

    #pcm #seo #webdesign #wordpress

  2. *WordPress Search Engine Mastery w **+Craig Chamberlin** & **+Craig
    Fifield** – **#HoA** Review*

    You know I’m a bit of an #SEO nerd so there was no way I was going to miss
    this HoA. Craig F is, as the web has started calling him, one of the *pioneers
    of SEO from some 20 years ago* so his pearls of wisdom are particularly
    shiny.. It is those pearls that I’ve tried to extract in my synopsis below
    – hopefully it’ll be of some use to you…

    *Thoughts on **#WordPress*
    – it’s keeping itself relevant and there is very little you can’t do with
    it.
    – first very accessible dynamic platfom to allow creation of SEO friendly
    sites

    *Plugins*
    – make WordPress easy to extend and there are already tons to choose from
    – custom plugins can be acquired for very little (Craig F almost had his
    own #authorship plugin until…)
    – +Yoast is the no.1 plugin for SEO on WordPress and “every serious SEO
    uses it” (so glad I’ve been using it now hehe).

    *At the End of the Day What Is The Goal of SEO*
    – “Could say to be number one but it’s to be properly indexed with SEO
    compliant architecture” . With that in place good content will then get you
    to number one.

    *Biggest SEO Mistakes*
    *I like this answer*
    – “People forget about it completely, or, remember it and focus on it too
    much instead of content” – remember the 80/20 rule, 80% marketing, 20%
    #contentcreation and don’t let SEO take from the 80%..
    – No H1 tags (aka Craig C’s *most embarrassing SEO mistake*
    – No Semantic SEO (add bullets, images [alt tags on images], quotes – make
    it media rich for the bots to salivate over)

    *Other Bad Habbits*
    – Archives, which no one ever really uses, can slow load times down and
    cause bloat (lots of duplicate pages getting indexed).
    – Not checking what Google is seeing and indexing. Go to Google and search
    site:yourdomain.com to see what titles and descriptions are indexed, tidy
    them up. Top of your checklist for site audits
    – Start with keywords first in titles, tags etc (reminds me of my first
    words are important mantra –
    http://robertryan.ie/onsite-seo-tips-seo-anatomy-blog-post/)

    *Keyword Research*
    – give pages/post a focus, think of topic of article and then some related
    keywords
    – tools like ubersuggest.org and Keyword planner

    *Sites to Frequent*
    – +Moz and +Search Engine Land

    *Social Influence on SEO*
    – Don’t really know definitively but impact will more than likely only
    increase
    – Google Authorship is a must, guide on how to set up here –>
    http://www.craigfifield.com/authorship-wordpress-seo.htm
    – Very Few #Facebook signals seem to be getting picked up as seen in this
    study by +Eric Enge
    http://www.stonetemple.com/does-facebook-activity-impact-seo/
    – Relationships are what will help your SEO, so be yourself and find your
    culture online

    *Quantity vs Quality*
    – Write the most complete post you can, it doesn’t have to be perfect
    (sure, what is perfect anyway?).
    – Should subpar posts from the past be culled? Instead of culling, find the
    top 20% of pages that are getting you organic traffic and post more about
    those topics, interlinking as you post.

    *Site Speed*
    – “Speed is a factor in search, not a major factor but it’s a factor that
    you can control, so, control it” – #likeaboss

    For a good example of who to follow to see how to use social for SEO for
    retail check out +Michael Bennett. If you have a local business make sure
    you focus on local SEO.

    —————————————-

    And there you have it, some of my cliff notes from the HoA. Well worth
    watching, not just for the SEO goodness but you may be witnessing the start
    of the Craig and Craig show (part 2, with booze, is in the pipeline).

  3. *WordPress Search Engine Mastery w **+Craig Chamberlin** & **+Craig
    Fifield** – **#HoA** Review*

    You know I’m a bit of an #SEO nerd so there was no way I was going to miss
    this HoA. Craig F is, as the web has started calling him, one of the *pioneers
    of SEO from some 20 years ago* so his pearls of wisdom are particularly
    shiny.. It is those pearls that I’ve tried to extract in my synopsis below
    – hopefully it’ll be of some use to you…

    *Thoughts on **#WordPress*
    – it’s keeping itself relevant and there is very little you can’t do with
    it.
    – first very accessible dynamic platfom to allow creation of SEO friendly
    sites

    *Plugins*
    – make WordPress easy to extend and there are already tons to choose from
    – custom plugins can be acquired for very little (Craig F almost had his
    own #authorship plugin until…)
    – +Yoast is the no.1 plugin for SEO on WordPress and “every serious SEO
    uses it” (so glad I’ve been using it now hehe).

    *At the End of the Day What Is The Goal of SEO*
    – “Could say to be number one but it’s to be properly indexed with SEO
    compliant architecture” . With that in place good content will then get you
    to number one.

    *Biggest SEO Mistakes*
    *I like this answer*
    – “People forget about it completely, or, remember it and focus on it too
    much instead of content” – remember the 80/20 rule, 80% marketing, 20%
    #contentcreation and don’t let SEO take from the 80%..
    – No H1 tags (aka Craig C’s *most embarrassing SEO mistake*
    – No Semantic SEO (add bullets, images [alt tags on images], quotes – make
    it media rich for the bots to salivate over)

    *Other Bad Habbits*
    – Archives, which no one ever really uses, can slow load times down and
    cause bloat (lots of duplicate pages getting indexed).
    – Not checking what Google is seeing and indexing. Go to Google and search
    site:yourdomain.com to see what titles and descriptions are indexed, tidy
    them up. Top of your checklist for site audits
    – Start with keywords first in titles, tags etc (reminds me of my first
    words are important mantra –
    http://robertryan.ie/onsite-seo-tips-seo-anatomy-blog-post/)

    *Keyword Research*
    – give pages/post a focus, think of topic of article and then some related
    keywords
    – tools like ubersuggest.org and Keyword planner

    *Sites to Frequent*
    – +Moz and +Search Engine Land

    *Social Influence on SEO*
    – Don’t really know definitively but impact will more than likely only
    increase
    – Google Authorship is a must, guide on how to set up here –>
    http://www.craigfifield.com/authorship-wordpress-seo.htm
    – Very Few #Facebook signals seem to be getting picked up as seen in this
    study by +Eric Enge
    http://www.stonetemple.com/does-facebook-activity-impact-seo/
    – Relationships are what will help your SEO, so be yourself and find your
    culture online

    *Quantity vs Quality*
    – Write the most complete post you can, it doesn’t have to be perfect
    (sure, what is perfect anyway?).
    – Should subpar posts from the past be culled? Instead of culling, find the
    top 20% of pages that are getting you organic traffic and post more about
    those topics, interlinking as you post.

    *Site Speed*
    – “Speed is a factor in search, not a major factor but it’s a factor that
    you can control, so, control it” – #likeaboss

    For a good example of who to follow to see how to use social for SEO for
    retail check out +Michael Bennett. If you have a local business make sure
    you focus on local SEO.

    —————————————-

    And there you have it, some of my cliff notes from the HoA. Well worth
    watching, not just for the SEO goodness but you may be witnessing the start
    of the Craig and Craig show (part 2, with booze, is in the pipeline).

  4. *WordPress Search Engine Mastery w **+Craig Chamberlin** & **+Craig
    Fifield** – **#HoA** Review*

    You know I’m a bit of an #SEO nerd so there was no way I was going to miss
    this HoA. Craig F is, as the web has started calling him, one of the *pioneers
    of SEO from some 20 years ago* so his pearls of wisdom are particularly
    shiny.. It is those pearls that I’ve tried to extract in my synopsis below
    – hopefully it’ll be of some use to you…

    *Thoughts on **#WordPress*
    – it’s keeping itself relevant and there is very little you can’t do with
    it.
    – first very accessible dynamic platfom to allow creation of SEO friendly
    sites

    *Plugins*
    – make WordPress easy to extend and there are already tons to choose from
    – custom plugins can be acquired for very little (Craig F almost had his
    own #authorship plugin until…)
    – +Yoast is the no.1 plugin for SEO on WordPress and “every serious SEO
    uses it” (so glad I’ve been using it now hehe).

    *At the End of the Day What Is The Goal of SEO*
    – “Could say to be number one but it’s to be properly indexed with SEO
    compliant architecture” . With that in place good content will then get you
    to number one.

    *Biggest SEO Mistakes*
    *I like this answer*
    – “People forget about it completely, or, remember it and focus on it too
    much instead of content” – remember the 80/20 rule, 80% marketing, 20%
    #contentcreation and don’t let SEO take from the 80%..
    – No H1 tags (aka Craig C’s *most embarrassing SEO mistake*
    – No Semantic SEO (add bullets, images [alt tags on images], quotes – make
    it media rich for the bots to salivate over)

    *Other Bad Habbits*
    – Archives, which no one ever really uses, can slow load times down and
    cause bloat (lots of duplicate pages getting indexed).
    – Not checking what Google is seeing and indexing. Go to Google and search
    site:yourdomain.com to see what titles and descriptions are indexed, tidy
    them up. Top of your checklist for site audits
    – Start with keywords first in titles, tags etc (reminds me of my first
    words are important mantra –
    http://robertryan.ie/onsite-seo-tips-seo-anatomy-blog-post/)

    *Keyword Research*
    – give pages/post a focus, think of topic of article and then some related
    keywords
    – tools like ubersuggest.org and Keyword planner

    *Sites to Frequent*
    – +Moz and +Search Engine Land

    *Social Influence on SEO*
    – Don’t really know definitively but impact will more than likely only
    increase
    – Google Authorship is a must, guide on how to set up here –>
    http://www.craigfifield.com/authorship-wordpress-seo.htm
    – Very Few #Facebook signals seem to be getting picked up as seen in this
    study by +Eric Enge
    http://www.stonetemple.com/does-facebook-activity-impact-seo/
    – Relationships are what will help your SEO, so be yourself and find your
    culture online

    *Quantity vs Quality*
    – Write the most complete post you can, it doesn’t have to be perfect
    (sure, what is perfect anyway?).
    – Should subpar posts from the past be culled? Instead of culling, find the
    top 20% of pages that are getting you organic traffic and post more about
    those topics, interlinking as you post.

    *Site Speed*
    – “Speed is a factor in search, not a major factor but it’s a factor that
    you can control, so, control it” – #likeaboss

    For a good example of who to follow to see how to use social for SEO for
    retail check out +Michael Bennett. If you have a local business make sure
    you focus on local SEO.

    —————————————-

    And there you have it, some of my cliff notes from the HoA. Well worth
    watching, not just for the SEO goodness but you may be witnessing the start
    of the Craig and Craig show (part 2, with booze, is in the pipeline).

  5. *WordPress Search Engine Mastery w **+Craig Chamberlin** & **+Craig
    Fifield** – **#HoA** Review*

    You know I’m a bit of an #SEO nerd so there was no way I was going to miss
    this HoA. Craig F is, as the web has started calling him, one of the *pioneers
    of SEO from some 20 years ago* so his pearls of wisdom are particularly
    shiny.. It is those pearls that I’ve tried to extract in my synopsis below
    – hopefully it’ll be of some use to you…

    *Thoughts on **#WordPress*
    – it’s keeping itself relevant and there is very little you can’t do with
    it.
    – first very accessible dynamic platfom to allow creation of SEO friendly
    sites

    *Plugins*
    – make WordPress easy to extend and there are already tons to choose from
    – custom plugins can be acquired for very little (Craig F almost had his
    own #authorship plugin until…)
    – +Yoast is the no.1 plugin for SEO on WordPress and “every serious SEO
    uses it” (so glad I’ve been using it now hehe).

    *At the End of the Day What Is The Goal of SEO*
    – “Could say to be number one but it’s to be properly indexed with SEO
    compliant architecture” . With that in place good content will then get you
    to number one.

    *Biggest SEO Mistakes*
    *I like this answer*
    – “People forget about it completely, or, remember it and focus on it too
    much instead of content” – remember the 80/20 rule, 80% marketing, 20%
    #contentcreation and don’t let SEO take from the 80%..
    – No H1 tags (aka Craig C’s *most embarrassing SEO mistake*
    – No Semantic SEO (add bullets, images [alt tags on images], quotes – make
    it media rich for the bots to salivate over)

    *Other Bad Habbits*
    – Archives, which no one ever really uses, can slow load times down and
    cause bloat (lots of duplicate pages getting indexed).
    – Not checking what Google is seeing and indexing. Go to Google and search
    site:yourdomain.com to see what titles and descriptions are indexed, tidy
    them up. Top of your checklist for site audits
    – Start with keywords first in titles, tags etc (reminds me of my first
    words are important mantra –
    http://robertryan.ie/onsite-seo-tips-seo-anatomy-blog-post/)

    *Keyword Research*
    – give pages/post a focus, think of topic of article and then some related
    keywords
    – tools like ubersuggest.org and Keyword planner

    *Sites to Frequent*
    – +Moz and +Search Engine Land

    *Social Influence on SEO*
    – Don’t really know definitively but impact will more than likely only
    increase
    – Google Authorship is a must, guide on how to set up here –>
    http://www.craigfifield.com/authorship-wordpress-seo.htm
    – Very Few #Facebook signals seem to be getting picked up as seen in this
    study by +Eric Enge
    http://www.stonetemple.com/does-facebook-activity-impact-seo/
    – Relationships are what will help your SEO, so be yourself and find your
    culture online

    *Quantity vs Quality*
    – Write the most complete post you can, it doesn’t have to be perfect
    (sure, what is perfect anyway?).
    – Should subpar posts from the past be culled? Instead of culling, find the
    top 20% of pages that are getting you organic traffic and post more about
    those topics, interlinking as you post.

    *Site Speed*
    – “Speed is a factor in search, not a major factor but it’s a factor that
    you can control, so, control it” – #likeaboss

    For a good example of who to follow to see how to use social for SEO for
    retail check out +Michael Bennett. If you have a local business make sure
    you focus on local SEO.

    —————————————-

    And there you have it, some of my cliff notes from the HoA. Well worth
    watching, not just for the SEO goodness but you may be witnessing the start
    of the Craig and Craig show (part 2, with booze, is in the pipeline).

  6. *WordPress Search Engine Mastery w **+Craig Chamberlin** & **+Craig
    Fifield** – **#HoA** Review*

    You know I’m a bit of an #SEO nerd so there was no way I was going to miss
    this HoA. Craig F is, as the web has started calling him, one of the *pioneers
    of SEO from some 20 years ago* so his pearls of wisdom are particularly
    shiny.. It is those pearls that I’ve tried to extract in my synopsis below
    – hopefully it’ll be of some use to you…

    *Thoughts on **#WordPress*
    – it’s keeping itself relevant and there is very little you can’t do with
    it.
    – first very accessible dynamic platfom to allow creation of SEO friendly
    sites

    *Plugins*
    – make WordPress easy to extend and there are already tons to choose from
    – custom plugins can be acquired for very little (Craig F almost had his
    own #authorship plugin until…)
    – +Yoast is the no.1 plugin for SEO on WordPress and “every serious SEO
    uses it” (so glad I’ve been using it now hehe).

    *At the End of the Day What Is The Goal of SEO*
    – “Could say to be number one but it’s to be properly indexed with SEO
    compliant architecture” . With that in place good content will then get you
    to number one.

    *Biggest SEO Mistakes*
    *I like this answer*
    – “People forget about it completely, or, remember it and focus on it too
    much instead of content” – remember the 80/20 rule, 80% marketing, 20%
    #contentcreation and don’t let SEO take from the 80%..
    – No H1 tags (aka Craig C’s *most embarrassing SEO mistake*
    – No Semantic SEO (add bullets, images [alt tags on images], quotes – make
    it media rich for the bots to salivate over)

    *Other Bad Habbits*
    – Archives, which no one ever really uses, can slow load times down and
    cause bloat (lots of duplicate pages getting indexed).
    – Not checking what Google is seeing and indexing. Go to Google and search
    site:yourdomain.com to see what titles and descriptions are indexed, tidy
    them up. Top of your checklist for site audits
    – Start with keywords first in titles, tags etc (reminds me of my first
    words are important mantra –
    http://robertryan.ie/onsite-seo-tips-seo-anatomy-blog-post/)

    *Keyword Research*
    – give pages/post a focus, think of topic of article and then some related
    keywords
    – tools like ubersuggest.org and Keyword planner

    *Sites to Frequent*
    – +Moz and +Search Engine Land

    *Social Influence on SEO*
    – Don’t really know definitively but impact will more than likely only
    increase
    – Google Authorship is a must, guide on how to set up here –>
    http://www.craigfifield.com/authorship-wordpress-seo.htm
    – Very Few #Facebook signals seem to be getting picked up as seen in this
    study by +Eric Enge
    http://www.stonetemple.com/does-facebook-activity-impact-seo/
    – Relationships are what will help your SEO, so be yourself and find your
    culture online

    *Quantity vs Quality*
    – Write the most complete post you can, it doesn’t have to be perfect
    (sure, what is perfect anyway?).
    – Should subpar posts from the past be culled? Instead of culling, find the
    top 20% of pages that are getting you organic traffic and post more about
    those topics, interlinking as you post.

    *Site Speed*
    – “Speed is a factor in search, not a major factor but it’s a factor that
    you can control, so, control it” – #likeaboss

    For a good example of who to follow to see how to use social for SEO for
    retail check out +Michael Bennett. If you have a local business make sure
    you focus on local SEO.

    —————————————-

    And there you have it, some of my cliff notes from the HoA. Well worth
    watching, not just for the SEO goodness but you may be witnessing the start
    of the Craig and Craig show (part 2, with booze, is in the pipeline).

  7. *WordPress Search Engine Mastery w **+Craig Chamberlin** & **+Craig
    Fifield** – **#HoA** Review*

    You know I’m a bit of an #SEO nerd so there was no way I was going to miss
    this HoA. Craig F is, as the web has started calling him, one of the *pioneers
    of SEO from some 20 years ago* so his pearls of wisdom are particularly
    shiny.. It is those pearls that I’ve tried to extract in my synopsis below
    – hopefully it’ll be of some use to you…

    *Thoughts on **#WordPress*
    – it’s keeping itself relevant and there is very little you can’t do with
    it.
    – first very accessible dynamic platfom to allow creation of SEO friendly
    sites

    *Plugins*
    – make WordPress easy to extend and there are already tons to choose from
    – custom plugins can be acquired for very little (Craig F almost had his
    own #authorship plugin until…)
    – +Yoast is the no.1 plugin for SEO on WordPress and “every serious SEO
    uses it” (so glad I’ve been using it now hehe).

    *At the End of the Day What Is The Goal of SEO*
    – “Could say to be number one but it’s to be properly indexed with SEO
    compliant architecture” . With that in place good content will then get you
    to number one.

    *Biggest SEO Mistakes*
    *I like this answer*
    – “People forget about it completely, or, remember it and focus on it too
    much instead of content” – remember the 80/20 rule, 80% marketing, 20%
    #contentcreation and don’t let SEO take from the 80%..
    – No H1 tags (aka Craig C’s *most embarrassing SEO mistake*
    – No Semantic SEO (add bullets, images [alt tags on images], quotes – make
    it media rich for the bots to salivate over)

    *Other Bad Habbits*
    – Archives, which no one ever really uses, can slow load times down and
    cause bloat (lots of duplicate pages getting indexed).
    – Not checking what Google is seeing and indexing. Go to Google and search
    site:yourdomain.com to see what titles and descriptions are indexed, tidy
    them up. Top of your checklist for site audits
    – Start with keywords first in titles, tags etc (reminds me of my first
    words are important mantra –
    http://robertryan.ie/onsite-seo-tips-seo-anatomy-blog-post/)

    *Keyword Research*
    – give pages/post a focus, think of topic of article and then some related
    keywords
    – tools like ubersuggest.org and Keyword planner

    *Sites to Frequent*
    – +Moz and +Search Engine Land

    *Social Influence on SEO*
    – Don’t really know definitively but impact will more than likely only
    increase
    – Google Authorship is a must, guide on how to set up here –>
    http://www.craigfifield.com/authorship-wordpress-seo.htm
    – Very Few #Facebook signals seem to be getting picked up as seen in this
    study by +Eric Enge
    http://www.stonetemple.com/does-facebook-activity-impact-seo/
    – Relationships are what will help your SEO, so be yourself and find your
    culture online

    *Quantity vs Quality*
    – Write the most complete post you can, it doesn’t have to be perfect
    (sure, what is perfect anyway?).
    – Should subpar posts from the past be culled? Instead of culling, find the
    top 20% of pages that are getting you organic traffic and post more about
    those topics, interlinking as you post.

    *Site Speed*
    – “Speed is a factor in search, not a major factor but it’s a factor that
    you can control, so, control it” – #likeaboss

    For a good example of who to follow to see how to use social for SEO for
    retail check out +Michael Bennett. If you have a local business make sure
    you focus on local SEO.

    —————————————-

    And there you have it, some of my cliff notes from the HoA. Well worth
    watching, not just for the SEO goodness but you may be witnessing the start
    of the Craig and Craig show (part 2, with booze, is in the pipeline).

  8. *WordPress Search Engine Mastery w **+Craig Chamberlin** & **+Craig
    Fifield** – **#HoA** Review*

    You know I’m a bit of an #SEO nerd so there was no way I was going to miss
    this HoA. Craig F is, as the web has started calling him, one of the *pioneers
    of SEO from some 20 years ago* so his pearls of wisdom are particularly
    shiny.. It is those pearls that I’ve tried to extract in my synopsis below
    – hopefully it’ll be of some use to you…

    *Thoughts on **#WordPress*
    – it’s keeping itself relevant and there is very little you can’t do with
    it.
    – first very accessible dynamic platfom to allow creation of SEO friendly
    sites

    *Plugins*
    – make WordPress easy to extend and there are already tons to choose from
    – custom plugins can be acquired for very little (Craig F almost had his
    own #authorship plugin until…)
    – +Yoast is the no.1 plugin for SEO on WordPress and “every serious SEO
    uses it” (so glad I’ve been using it now hehe).

    *At the End of the Day What Is The Goal of SEO*
    – “Could say to be number one but it’s to be properly indexed with SEO
    compliant architecture” . With that in place good content will then get you
    to number one.

    *Biggest SEO Mistakes*
    *I like this answer*
    – “People forget about it completely, or, remember it and focus on it too
    much instead of content” – remember the 80/20 rule, 80% marketing, 20%
    #contentcreation and don’t let SEO take from the 80%..
    – No H1 tags (aka Craig C’s *most embarrassing SEO mistake*
    – No Semantic SEO (add bullets, images [alt tags on images], quotes – make
    it media rich for the bots to salivate over)

    *Other Bad Habbits*
    – Archives, which no one ever really uses, can slow load times down and
    cause bloat (lots of duplicate pages getting indexed).
    – Not checking what Google is seeing and indexing. Go to Google and search
    site:yourdomain.com to see what titles and descriptions are indexed, tidy
    them up. Top of your checklist for site audits
    – Start with keywords first in titles, tags etc (reminds me of my first
    words are important mantra –
    http://robertryan.ie/onsite-seo-tips-seo-anatomy-blog-post/)

    *Keyword Research*
    – give pages/post a focus, think of topic of article and then some related
    keywords
    – tools like ubersuggest.org and Keyword planner

    *Sites to Frequent*
    – +Moz and +Search Engine Land

    *Social Influence on SEO*
    – Don’t really know definitively but impact will more than likely only
    increase
    – Google Authorship is a must, guide on how to set up here –>
    http://www.craigfifield.com/authorship-wordpress-seo.htm
    – Very Few #Facebook signals seem to be getting picked up as seen in this
    study by +Eric Enge
    http://www.stonetemple.com/does-facebook-activity-impact-seo/
    – Relationships are what will help your SEO, so be yourself and find your
    culture online

    *Quantity vs Quality*
    – Write the most complete post you can, it doesn’t have to be perfect
    (sure, what is perfect anyway?).
    – Should subpar posts from the past be culled? Instead of culling, find the
    top 20% of pages that are getting you organic traffic and post more about
    those topics, interlinking as you post.

    *Site Speed*
    – “Speed is a factor in search, not a major factor but it’s a factor that
    you can control, so, control it” – #likeaboss

    For a good example of who to follow to see how to use social for SEO for
    retail check out +Michael Bennett. If you have a local business make sure
    you focus on local SEO.

    —————————————-

    And there you have it, some of my cliff notes from the HoA. Well worth
    watching, not just for the SEO goodness but you may be witnessing the start
    of the Craig and Craig show (part 2, with booze, is in the pipeline).

  9. Great video! This is the very first time I ever watch you, but when it was
    over I went to you channel and saw several more xD Congratulation on your
    channel and you business! One funny thing happened while I was watching, I
    am relatively noob to this hangouts ( I wasn’t a huge fan of this, but now
    I see the truly potential, because I never had the chance before to
    listening to Fifield and I was great, but don’t be jealous you are great
    too Craig xD ) so at one moment watching this hangout I wonder ” is
    actually the cam bouncing with the voice?” and in that same second you read
    that exactly question in your computer! and of course answered xD so you
    may have some unknown powers jaja keep up the great work! but I would like
    to find more about seo plugins for wordpress in the channel! And I don’t
    mean “the automatic backlinks” plugin but more than “””just””” all in one
    SEO and the Yoast plugins for this….
    Have a nice one guys!

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