I was over at Blogosphere News today and see that we’re getting yet another upgrade to WordPress–version 2.6, which is due out in August. The changes are interesting, but not sure how awesome. They’re integrating with Google Gears and making it harder to lose posts if your browser crashes and such. I mean, those things are interesting, but… it may be a developer dream. Since I’m not one of those, I’ll withhold judgment until I see the results.
You can check out the post at BlogHerald.com
I also watched a video today that was pretty interesting from Michael Gray of GrayWolf’s SEO Blog
He says that it’s best to make your blog super simple for the GoogleBot. Well, we knew that, but here’s something I never thought of. (And Duh… shame on me.) Michael says that when you’re choosing a category for your post, it’s best to keep it in ONE category, not two or three or the “very bright for a 5-year-old” GoogleBot may think that you have dupe content on your blog.
We all know that’s bad.
I’m going back and changing the posts that I just had to add categories to for my readers’ sake.
But, then, who needs readers?
I mean, I want to be a good SEO person and do all the right SEO stuff and make the Google ghods love me, but hey…
The audience is really what matters, eh?
From here on, I may try to keep my categories singular.
And then again, maybe not.