Category: SEO

  • Putting it all together – authenticate, read and update WordPress from a spreadsheet

    This is my fourth post in my series of how to build a script to manage WordPress data via the API and a spreadsheet.   If you have arrived here without looking at the others you probably should start at the beginning here. In this tutorial I’m going to handle updating and then pull it all […]

  • How to authenticate WordPress Rest API from Google Sheets / Scripts

    This is the third tutorial in my series relating to integrating Google Sheets  and WordPress using the REST API. The first post covered reading basic post information into a spreadsheet.  The second post was about getting meta data from the REST API, which can be a little tricky. This one  covers authentication. Basically as an […]

  • Getting post meta via WordPress REST API

    This the second post post in my series about getting and updating WordPress data via a spreadsheet.  The first post focused on the basics of Google Apps Scripting and the API call to the WP REST API – if you haven’t seen it you can read it here. This post is about meta data. In […]

  • Linking WordPress to a Spreadsheet using WP REST API and Google Sheets scripts

    This post shows you how you can link a Google Spreadsheet to a WordPress website to extract data. I will write some further posts covering authentication and updating too. However a little warning, this is a programming task and a basic understanding of javascript is really required to follow what is going on. WordPress is […]

  • Auto adding rel nofollow to WordPress posts

    From an SEO perspective, there are multiple reasons that you want to use rel=nofollow on your links. rel=nofollow basically tells Google not to pass ‘link juice’ to the target of the link. Originally, you would want to do that to stop passing on your link juice, when you would want to keep it for your […]

  • Cheap links are dead, Google Disavow Tool come online

    On 17th October Google released their disavow links tool. Webmasters now can tell Google which links to ignore. this is much needed since Google annouced that links can actually harm you and spurned a whole new industry of negative SEO (and less straight ‘reputation management’ companies). Google’s  Disavow Links Tool allows any webmaster  or site […]