The new blog design is finally up. It’s still not finalized, as there are some features and content missing, but even at this “beta” stage it’s already a big improvement over the old one. I already talked a bit about some of the changes made to the design, the layout and the content, but the new look is just a small part of the redesign, a lot of work has been done on the back-end as well and as you might have previously read a lot of it has to do with using semantic HTML5 elements to structure the website. On top of that I made several changes to how I manage and organize content, as well as, optimized the code. Read more »
I recently saw a presentation by Joost de Valk (a.k.a. Yoast) about SEO, or more specifically about how to make sure your content is found (which is also the title of the presentation). It was a very well made presentation – good pace, straightforward, a lot of great tips, and I ended up gaining many new insights into the topic. If you’re interested in the topic and have 40 minutes to spare, I highly recommend watching it.
Joost breaks up the task of getting more people to read your content into four steps. Read more »