What is the impact of CMS on SEO?

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Re: What is the impact of CMS on SEO?
« Reply #10 on: 03-11-2012, 10:58:50 »
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Re: What is the impact of CMS on SEO?
« Reply #11 on: 03-16-2012, 02:35:40 »
If your CMS system would create some easy to crawl and Search Engine friendly pages. There are you can easily be able to edit the tags, descriptions and other HTML related parts of your website, they would be treated like the standard and cool web projects. The next step would be addition of links to your web pages because the on page elements although are required but are not enough to ensure the websites would reach the top of Google.I hope this helps.

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Re: What is the impact of CMS on SEO?
« Reply #12 on: 03-20-2012, 06:24:22 »
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Re: What is the impact of CMS on SEO?
« Reply #13 on: 01-25-2013, 06:54:58 »
Hello Friends,

Search engine optimization is all about good content and using a CMS should ideally help your SEO efforts. However this is not always true, Well CMS does help you create fresh content with ease and this is what they are meant for. Implementing CMS is good for SEO however, it can be a disaster as well.

To reason it further, let's understand that the CMS are designed primarily to manage contents not keeping in mind Search Engine Marketing. This leads to situation wherein search engines are not able to index such contents. Here are some drawbacks that restrict Search engine access to contents.

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Re: What is the impact of CMS on SEO?
« Reply #14 on: 01-27-2013, 21:17:22 »
As a web designer, I have many clients that wish to have a CMS, of course, who wouldn't? They seem to always ask about Wordpress, but my favorite, is Wolf CMS. It is lightweight, it allows custom Meta, simple to manage, install, theme, etc.

If you understand PHP Including, you can figure it out. Its great for SEO because on each page, post, etc. it has a tab for meta, but it doesn't add a lot of length to your page in coding because it simply uses including. Great CMS for SEOs, web designers, and in between.



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Re: What is the impact of CMS on SEO?
« Reply #15 on: 01-28-2013, 00:59:09 »
Do you mean the impact on "on page" optimisation? Most CMS are now pretty Search Engine Friendly (which has not always been the case in the past) assuming you install the required modules to correctly handle URL and Title.
I'd agree with the other SEOs before me that the SEO friendliness of a CMS makes a difference. Especially to the part of on-page optimization, like what Himanshu said (thanks for mentioning those).

On the other hand, a CMS is just a canvas for art. It doesn't have to get in the way of the idea you want to represent. If the niche/content of your site bears substance and makes people want to visit or link to it, then you won't be experiencing much of a problem, regardless of your CMS SEO Link Building

For WordPress, you need first to tailor the "permalinks" in order to make your URLs more sеxy then you can install the All in One SEO Pack that will take care of page titles (and allow you to enter your own customized title and description for each article if you are not satisfied by what it has generated automatically).
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Re: What is the impact of CMS on SEO?
« Reply #16 on: 01-28-2013, 04:18:42 »
CMS are built on dynamic databases which can cause all kind of problems with Search engine optimization. Most of the problems with CMS and search engines is the dynamically drive nature of the URL strings. Search engines crawl your website with spiders, and spiders are not good at handling dynamic URL strings.

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Re: What is the impact of CMS on SEO?
« Reply #17 on: 01-28-2013, 04:27:05 »
CMS is not directly affect the SEO ranking of any website, if the CMS of any website is not user friendly and hard to use then it will restrict the SEO activities of that website, the seo person can't able to do SEO changes directly and ultimately it affect on website over all performance on the web.

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Re: What is the impact of CMS on SEO?
« Reply #18 on: 01-31-2013, 01:01:01 »
All good CMS's have the ability to do good SEO. I'm sure there are some that are better than others but i couldn't say which ones. I am familiar with Joomla and wordpress, they have nice SEO options.


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Re: What is the impact of CMS on SEO?
« Reply #19 on: 02-19-2013, 02:51:05 »
Search engine optimization is largely about good content, right?  So implementing a Web Content Management System (CMS) will be a big help to your Search Engine Optimization. On the other had Implementing a CMS can be a boon to SEO efforts, but it can be a disaster because many CMS systems were not designed with search engine marketing in mind. Most CMS users are not knowledgeable about SEO and paying SEO professionals to learn your CMS and then use it to optimize all your content can be cost prohibitive.  This means that your content authors will need help to create optimized content.

 

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