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Best CMS for SEO?

Discussion in 'Content Management' started by Michael T., Oct 17, 2008.

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    I need a CMS for a website about bussines,with lot off content.

    So what do you think,which is the best CMS for me and which one is most SEO friendly.
    SEMrush
     
    Michael T., Oct 17, 2008 IP
    SEMrush
  2. iLinkMarket.com

    iLinkMarket.com Peon

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    I have used many CMS and still do, depending on what your goals are, and what type of content you will have would decide on which one I would use. I use a little script called commonsense script for my article site, it has a lot of features and built in adsense management, click bank, yahoo ads and such.
     
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    Depends on how do you want your site to look , but i'm sure that one of the best if not best is DLE cms , its very seo friendly , creates address with your keywords , automatically searchs for every content keywords (If u don't want to hassle much with it) and much much more .
    But than again you could always do the same with any of the popular CMS's by installing few modules/hacks...
     
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    letsjoy Well-Known Member

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    I think Wordpress after that Joomla with mods.
     
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    internetmarketingiq Well-Known Member

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    SEO is a function of many factors. Most modern day CMS's will work just fine. But it's up to you to do the SEO. I like Wordpress for ease of use and good SEO tools. I like Joomla for sites which I need to place and manage content that is more static in nature.
     
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    Wordpress is your bet...especially if your site doesn't need to be complicated.

    A review of it you can find it on MytestBox.com.
    And download from www.worpdress.org
     
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    My votes goes to MODx

    Takes a bit to get your head in the their lingo (just like Drupal or Joomla), but once you get the hang of it, building templates is a breeze ...

    Plus side: simple system for end-users, great for SEO
    Down side: meta tagging a bit off
     
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  8. yogesh sarkar

    yogesh sarkar Well-Known Member

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    Wordpress with a custom skin would make it look like a normal site, instead of a blog. Wordpress is the most search engine friendly cms script out there and is quite easy to maintain and doesn't have all the fluff normally associated with CMS.
     
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    Tearabite Prominent Member

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    Based on what i have read, and what i have experienced, Drupal with search-engine-friendly URL's activated, combined with the PathAuto module is one of, if not the best.
     
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    wordpress is best for seo
     
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    Can you tell that this site is built with Wordpress? http://autoshows.ford.com/

    If not look in the code in the header...
     
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    yogesh sarkar Well-Known Member

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    A fine example of what wordpress can do with a little bit of tweaking.
     
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  13. Michael T.

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    #13
    That was also I thinking.

    What is the Pathauto module?
    Well I heard that you can use wordpress for many different things but this is just fantastic.
     
    Michael T., Oct 18, 2008 IP
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    DLE cms is very good for SEO
     
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    Do you think about joomla cms, i think joomla is the best. you can find and install too many mod/plugins !
    Goo joomla.org and you will see !
     
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    with some seo modifications, wordpress can be very good....
     
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    PathAuto is a Drupal add-in module that creates URLs based on the subject/title of the node.

    If your site is a forum, or if other people are creating pages/nodes for you then this is a must have. But if you are creating all of your nodes/pages yourself, then by just activating the Path (built-in w/Drupal) module you can manually specify your URL's when writing the page.
     
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    DLE - seo friendly URL , 3 kinds to choose from
    built in sitemap maker and manager script.
    auto keyword tracker , it will use keywords of the content on every page automatically,unless you want to do it by your self.

    without even looking for modules you can set , such as tag cloud ( internal links if im not mistaken)

    there could be more things i did not mention anyways ..
     
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  19. Michael T.

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    Thanks for the info.Rep. added.

    Well that is a pretty nice feature to keep my links SEO friendly.


    Thanks all for your opinions.
     
    Michael T., Oct 18, 2008 IP
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