Tag Archives: Bruce Clay

How To Approach Too Many Elements in Navigation

Hi, I’m Bruce Clay, this is the Ask Us Anything Series. Google Webmaster Guidelines clearly supports your siloing methodology by saying have a clear hierarchy. That is a great idea on one many site support as a standard, but it is certainly easier said than done. I have quite a few important silos, too many… Read More »

What Is Cloaking and How Does It Affect SEO?

Hi, I’m Bruce Clay, and this is the Ask Us Anything series. After running my website through your single page analyzer, I received a warning message saying that my website failed the cloaking test. What is cloaking and how does it affect my SEO? Cloaking has been around for a very, very long time. It… Read More »

Try the NEW Bruce Clay SEO Plugin for WordPress!

Your webpage has to compete against millions of others for search traffic. To give your content a competitive edge, level up your WordPress SEO. The new Bruce Clay SEO analyzes the top ranked results for your keywords in real time to give you custom SEO insights right in WordPress and raise your SEO to the… Read More »

ANNOUNCING The NEW Bruce Clay SEO Plugin for WordPress

Hi, this is Bruce. Today we’re announcing the release of our SEO plugin for WordPress. If you go to BruceClay.com, you’ll be able to download a free 7-day trial. We urge you to try it, it’s very powerful. It empowers WordPress writers to actually be able to better SEO their content before it’s released. You’ll… Read More »

Bruce Clay SEO Plugin for WordPress Overview

Hi, I’m Aaron Landerkin with Bruce Clay Inc., and I’m here today to talk about our new Bruce Clay SEO for WordPress plugin. We’re excited to bring you some of the features from our SEOToolSet® and put them right into your WordPress editor to help you write better content which will perform better in the… Read More »

Does the age of your domain affect SEO?

Hi, I’m Bruce Clay, and this is the Ask Us Anything series. I’m thinking about transferring my company’s domain name to something a bit more professional and relevant to my industry. I’ve been using my current domain for almost 10 years now and it ranks for a lot of relevant terms before I make the… Read More »