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Drupal SEO is the use of search engine optimization to optimize a Drupal website. Please be sure to visit our Drupal SEO Services Page.

Drupal SEO Checklist Module

The SEO Checklist module uses Drupal SEO best practices to check your website for proper search engine optimization and was created from Volacci's own SEO processes.

Headless Drupal and SEO: What Marketers Need to Know

Decoupled Drupal Has SEO Implications

Decoupled—or “headless”—content management systems have been trending in the last few years. This web development strategy, in its most basic form, is a “write once, publish anywhere” technology that separates the content from the presentation layer. Well, um...what the heck does that mean? It means that you can publish a piece of content and then use different systems to display that blog post on a computer, a mobile device, a voice-based system like Amazon’s Alexa, or even a smart watch.

Drupal 8 Migration SEO Success: Start with a Plan
Free Whitepaper Offers Keys to a Great Drupal 8 SEO Website Transition
Ben Finklea Thu, 08/10/2017 - 08:43

 “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” Benjamin Franklin

This age-old advice from Benjamin Franklin is applicable in many situations but is a clear truth when you are upgrading or migrating your website to Drupal 8. The fact is: if you do not plan for SEO in your website transition, you will see a drop in Google rankings and traffic.

Drupal is Better for SEO than Adobe Experience Manager
A comparison of major SEO functionality between the two platforms clearly shows Drupal wins
Ben Finklea Wed, 01/04/2017 - 12:35


There are many choices out there for Web Content Management Systems (WCMS). Many commercial tools tout features and say that they compare favorably to Drupal, the leading open source solution for sophisticated WCMS. In this brief, I have researched to the best of my ability the features that make Drupal stand out from Adobe Experience Manager SEO.

How Marketers Use Drupal’s AMP Module to Improve Google Search Rankings
Why AMP is Important for the Marketer
Ben Finklea Thu, 07/28/2016 - 11:00

Mobile users are not patient!

8 Ways Drupal Can Improve Your Website and Generate More Leads Ben Finklea Mon, 07/18/2016 - 11:00
Drupal 8 : with the new core enhancements, marketers can execute more effective marketing campaigns by delivering personalized content segmented by audience, language, and device type. You can develop relevant content that improves SEO, drives users to your website, creates leads, and results in more sales.
I Got 99 Problems, But Drupal Crawl Errors Ain't One!
Keep your website crawl error free using these modules
Volacci Wed, 01/08/2014 - 14:15

Crawl errors are the bane of every digital marketer-- they seemingly pop up over night and their numbers grow exponentially. Luckily for Drupal marketers there a number of techniques that you can employ to minimize the number of crawl errors that occur and fix the newly created crawl errors on your website. However, before we get started, let's first review a few common crawl errors that you're likely to run into.

How to Optimize Your Robots.txt File Ben Finklea Wed, 10/05/2011 - 11:13
The robots.txt file is a file that sits at the root level of your website and asks spiders and bots to behave themselves when they’re on your site. You can take a look at it by pointing your browser to https://www.yoursite.com/robots.txt.
Taxonomy Meta Tags For Drupal Sites Ben Finklea Sun, 09/25/2011 - 00:00

Once you have your Meta tags module installed and configured on your Drupal site, you will want to specify meta tags for all your current and future content.

Taxonomy is a very broad kind of content on your Drupal site, so it is a good idea to use broad, category-like keywords for your meta tags. Simply put, it is how you classify content in Drupal. Many Drupal sites’ first taxonomy is category.

You can also have subcategories of Taxonomy called terms, and terms will have subterms, and so on. It is very easy in Drupal to see all your content in a certain category just by visiting the taxonomy list for a specific term.

The URL for a taxonomy list will be something like this: http://www.yourDrupalsite.com/category/term/subterm.

Here is a quick tutorial on how to edit or add taxonomy meta tag categories, terms and subterms in Drupal:

Drupal SEO News: Drupal 7’s Last Beta, DrupalCon Chicago 2011 Important Dates and Google’s Algorithm Fix Ben Finklea Fri, 12/03/2010 - 11:26

The holiday season is here and there is much to cheer about in the Drupal community. Drupal Version 7.0 is flirting with release and is on its last beta (read on for more details). Important dates and deadlines are suddenly approaching for DrupalCon Chicago 2011... yeah, that fast. If you want to host a session, you'd better check out the dates below.