SEO work for celiac research

A recent competition for search engine optimisers has just finished – raising money for Celiac Research. Congratulations to the winners – and it will have raised awareness of celiac/coeliac disease.

We’re in the middle of Coeliac Awareness Week here in the UK – how many people have you explained coeliac disease to recently?

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Lucy

Lucy is the mother of a coeliac, and has been managing a gluten free diet for her daughter for 20 years - though, to be fair, she does do most of it herself now...

3 thoughts on “SEO work for celiac research”

  1. Is there any special techniques that can be used to optimize a wordpress blog on my server for SEO. One issue I see is no way to change the title tags on each page, where it seems to take the blog name for the home page.
    I have several hundred 600+ inbound links.
    I have pinged Technorati manually and used pingoat as well as pingomatic every time I add a new blog.
    There is plenty of content, about 30 articles.
    What else can I do? What else should I do to optimize my blog?

  2. Hi Mathew, thanks for dropping by.

    I’m not an SEO expert at all, only what I’ve picked up over the last few months – in fact you have many many more inbound than me – but I’ve found you a couple of links that might help.

    Darren Rowse always has useful stuff – you could try looking at:

    http://www.problogger.net/archives/2006/11/24/how-to-optimize-your-blog-for-search-engines/

    Then there are a couple of items at WordPress itself, which might also be interesting:

    http://www.dech.co.uk/2005/11/ultimate-wordpress-seo-tips/
    http://codex.wordpress.org/Search_Engine_Optimization_for_Wordpress

    In fact, I must study these myself – just as soon as paid work allows …

  3. This is exactly what I expected to find out after reading the title k for celiac research | Free From Blog. Thanks for informative article

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