I built a site with RW and a local company that specializes in SEO took a look at and said the following after one of our account executives asked them for SEO suggestions:
A lot of this is vital to build the foundation of a solid SEO strategy before we start other aspects of this SEO program.
· Corrected issues in the header of all pages - search engines bots were being blocked
· Generated and submitted sitemap to search engines
· Added GZIP, Expire Headers, and Caching to the site - aids in load speed of page (load speed is an important part of ranking well with Google etc)
· Began optimizing code, organization of elements, etc. This will be ongoing...
Sounds like they are making changes to the html files and any edits done in RW will override their work upon publishing. But, beyond that, is there something I can be doing directly within RW so that a third party doesn't have to do the above?
I work and build sites at a advertising agency and SEO issues are becoming more and more an area of concern regarding any sites we build and maintain. I don't really know much about SEO or the code that RW exports. But if there is something I can do in RW to help, I'd like to learn.
Anyone have any thoughts that relate to this?
Fort Myers, FL