Category: SEO

Setting up twitter feed to post to Twitter and Facebook accounts

Setting up twitter feed to post to Twitter and Facebook accounts

If you don’t already have a facebook and twitter account for your company they are really easy to setup. On facebook remember to click the “Create a Page for a celebrity, band or business” link on the homepage. Once you have those accounts setup head over to twitterfeed.com and sign up for an account. Enter your blog url where it says rss input (it will automatically locate the rss file)...

Setting up custom facebook and twitter buttons using php

Setting up custom facebook and twitter buttons using php

The canonical tag has been a god send for us helping to get pages indexed and clean up site structures. In many sites we use the same php variable for our share buttons. This is a great way to setup custom twitter and facebook share buttons for your pages. We always use an external template file and then include it from the pages but you can hard code this into...

Perfect Site Structure

Perfect Site Structure

It is widely accepted that Google places the most weight on the first 100 links it finds on a web page. With that in mind we can design a website that is optimised so that every single page is as close to the root domain as possible. Even with a 1,000,000+ page website you can still have every page reachable with a minimum of three clicks. We have designed a...

Two php functions for scraping content and extracting links

Two php functions for scraping content and extracting links

////// Grab webpage ////// function webFetcher($url) { $crawl = curl_init(); curl_setopt ($crawl, CURLOPT_URL, $url); curl_setopt($crawl, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, 1); $resulting = $resulting.curl_exec($crawl); curl_close($crawl); return $result = $resulting; } //////////////////////////////// //// extract links //// function extract_links($text) { preg_match_all(‘/<\s*a[^<>]*?href=[\’”]?([^\s<>\’”]*)[\’”]?[^<>]*>(.*?)<\/a>/si’, $text, $match_array, PREG_SET_ORDER); $return = array() ; foreach ($match_array as $serp) { $full_anchor = $serp[0]; $href = $serp[1]; $anchortext = $serp[2]; if ( (preg_match(“/http:/i”,$href)) && (!preg_match(“/cache/i”,$href)) && (!preg_match(“/google.com/i”,$href)) && (!preg_match(“/youtube.com/i”,$href)) && (!preg_match(“/wikipedia.org/i”,$href)) && ($href[0]!= ‘/’)...