03-18-2016, 08:08 PM
I've just come across this topic at a different Forum, and though it was a good one. Which CMS in your opinion comes with the best tools for SEO? And why?
(03-19-2016, 07:35 AM)Genesis Wrote: I disagree Strokerace (respectfully ... ). WordPress and WordPress themes and plugins are created to be SEO friendly.
Wordpress from the beginning of time has come with very easy categories and taglines.
Advanced plugins have been created like Yeost SEO for integrating well with Google Webmaster tools
I don't know of new WP themes that aren't responsive - and responsive means Google friendly and SEO friendly
Drupal and Joomla haven't been created like that. Although one could create it oneself, in Drupal and Joomla, it will take one heck of an effort to equate Wordpress for Google Webmaster tools and SEO integration.
One doesn't even have to load any of the SEO plugins of WP for it to be SEO friendly. It has been built that way with the categories, tags, the way it has been laid out.
OK brace yourself .... here comes more SEO friendly tools of WordPress:
Instant XML Sitemap (RSS Feed and Yoast)
WP Pingomatic automatically pings Google and Bing for you
Great for social sharing icons
Easy to use page/post editor
CMS options from Woocommerce
Quote:I don't know of new WP themes that aren't responsive - and responsive means Google friendly and SEO friendly
Quote:And where you are getting that the themes are responsive is beyond me. The themes have nothing to do with SEO or google friendly. All of that info is just a play on words.
(09-29-2018, 09:24 AM)CynthiaBetty Wrote: Well CMS doesn't have any effect on SEO whereas CMS like WordPress allow users to make the optimization process smooth. Like installing cache and WordPress CDN can solve the page loading speed, SEO Yoast plugin can fix the on page factors. I would personally recommend you to use WordPress due user friendly interface as well vast majority of free online support. All the best
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