Developer’s SEO Cheat Sheet

Posted on by Andrew Martin
Categories: Web Development Tagged: ,

We don’t get that far into the nitty gritty of web development very often here at Wikimotive. It’s not usually fun to read about the ins and outs of coding (unless you’re a developer, then it’s a blast!) Still, it’s a terrible idea to ignore it completely. No matter how good the rest of your SEO is, no matter how great the content you create is, you’ll be dead in the water if your back end is a mess. A quality SEO company with poor development is like building a mansion on quicksand. Don’t let it happen to you.

Here’s a great resource for anyone doing SEO development.

It was developed by the fine folks over at MOZ, and like most things they do, it’s fairly comprehensive. Here are some of the things that it covers:

  • Important HTML Elements
  • HTTP Status Codes
  • Canonicalization
  • URL Best Practices
  • Webmaster Tools
  • Robot Control Syntax
  • Important User-agents
  • Sitemap Syntax
  • Facebook Open Graph
  • Twitter Cards
  • Google+
  • Google+ Authorship
  • Google+ Publisher
  • Targeting Multiple Languages
  • Mobile Web Development (Responsive Design)

If you think this would be useful to you or, more likely, your developer, you can download the whole thing from this link right here.

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