Typo3 makes it easy for administrators to access their Web site on the back-end to customize, organize, and improve their content so that the most popular search engines - Bing, Google, and Yahoo - can view data more easily. Typically, these search engines will use humans or bots for “Web spidering” pages looking for content that matches keyword searches; when you improve your Web site with SEO, you acquire a higher Page Rank.
Typo3 is a content management system that is highly customizable. It is appropriate for any size business or e-business and takes a lot of the annoying technical work out of website maintenance. This article explores some of the more popular plug ins, corresponding software, and some installation and Typo3 SEO tips. Note that the amount of information available for Typo3 is simply too large to feature in one article. Links have been included throughout the article to external and internal pages that provide a user more specific information.
Most advanced businesses understand that SEO is about matching “keyword” searches with the most relevant Web sites. Thus, the starting point for increasing Page Rank is for businesses to compile a “List of Keywords” that are important to their customers.
Although Typo3 works with IIS and “nginx,” the preferred Web server for Typo3 is Apache. During installation, clean up old files in the “typo3temp” folder and “cache_pages” table.
The first step in Typo3 search engine optimization should be to improve the server performance as this is an important critera for search engine ranking as well. See our main article on Typo3 performance for more details.
Typo3 is designed for high traffic Web sites. Your computer will need at least 2 GB RAM. MySQL is the preferred database for Typo3.
The Apache “Ab” tool - for the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) - is a good benchmarking tool that helps you track how many requests per second your server can handle.
Google recommends that you ensure that your server supports “If-Modified-Since HTTP header,” which tells Web-crawling robots if anything has changed since the last crawl.
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