Grant Kruger wrote on mmt.org that his website would skip upgrading to Drupal 7, and would instead jump straight from Drupal 6 to Drupal 8. While it might work for some companies, it's not something we'd recommend for most organizations. Here's why.
"Google depends on the high-quality content created by wonderful websites around the world, and we do have a responsibility to encourage a healthy web ecosystem," said Google fellow Amit Singhal and engineer Matt Cutts Thursday on the official Google blog.
Read this article: Google changes search algorithm, demands better content
No one is perfect. And neither is Drupal’s default robots.txt file. In fact, there are several problems with the file. If you test out your default robots.txt file line by line using Google Webmaster Tools’ robots.txt testing utility, you will find that a lot of paths which look like they are being blocked will actually be crawled.
Read this article: How to Fix the Problems with Drupal’s Default Robots.txt File
Ben Finklea talks about his new baby, the new Volacci offices, and the new Drupal 6 SEO features.
Links to resources and websites mentioned in this episode:
- The Volacci SEO Podcast Hotline: 512-989-2945 x254
- Pathauto Module for Drupal
- The Drupal Content Management System
- Greg's User Profile Page on Drupal.org
- Apple One-to-One Training program
- Garage Band
- Audio Hijack Pro
- Podbean Podcast Hosting
- Volacci's New Offices
- Volacci's robots.txt file
- Drupal Speed Tests