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Discovered your site just tonight but already a big fan, great content!
I have a question about this line:
“If you find your hundreds of Tags aren’t actually generating any search engine traffic consider recycling the link benefit”
I am in exactly this situation for a site of mine and was wondering what the best solution is: just remove all the tag pages or use your plugin to recycle the ‘link benefit’.
Also, I see you use this term ‘link benefit’ quite a lot in your articles. Could you maybe give a really clear description of the meaning because I am not totally sure if I get it.
Thanks and keep up the good work!
Search Engine Traffic and WordPress Tags?
My advice regarding WordPress tags and WordPress categories is only add them if it adds something to the site.
On this site for example I could have tags/categories (SEO wise not a lot of difference between a tag and a category) for:
Stallion, WordPress, SEO, Search Engine, WordPress Themes, WordPress SEO and so on….
But, if I don’t have enough content to add posts into these tags and categories in a way that results in relatively unique webpages they won’t help a sites SEO. Basically if I created those 6 tags/categories I listed above and added this post to them all and had this sort of setup through the site, the tags/categories wouldn’t be relatively unique (they’d be duplicates of one another).
I see this sort of setup a lot and it’s not good WordPress SEO. Would I be correct in assuming this is what your problem is?
The best SEO solution is to delete all the unnecessary tags and categories and 301 redirect the deleted pages to a relevant tag, category or home page. For the 6 examples above I might keep WordPress SEO and delete the rest and redirect them to the WordPress SEO tag/category.
You could also use the Stallion plugin to redirect link benefit from all tags to the home page if you wanted to get rid of them all, long term I’d delete them and 301 redirect them to the most relevant page.
As a side note, having one keyword tags like SEO, WordPress is pretty much a waste of time and link benefit if you don’t own a high ranking site that can achieve one keyword SERPs. My categories tend to be two or more keywords, it’s unrealistic to expect a tag or a category to obtain a competitive single keyword SERP.
Link benefit is what’s passed to a page via a link. More links a page/site has more link benefit there is flowing though the site. Google measures link benefit publicly via PageRank, see SEO Tutorial – PageRank which explains what it is and how you can estimate how much link benefit a link will pass.
Too Many WordPress Tags Not Good WordPress SEO
I read above that someone either tried or is using your SEO plugin with the All-In-One SEO Plugin. You said to be careful with the “nofollow” and “noindex” settings. Can you tell me what the best setup would be if I used one of these plugins alongside yours?
Or should I only use yours and just install a separate plugin for stuff like xml sitemaps etc?
Explain it to a rookie please.
For the safe SEO settings see WordPress All in One SEO Plugin Review.
Pay particular attention to the section “How to Damage Your WordPress Sites SEO”.
Avoid the noindex settings. The All in One SEO Plugin has kept up to date on the rel=”nofollow” issue and has removed them from the plugin. The same can’t be said for the Yoast WordPress SEO plugin that still uses a LOT of rel=”nofollow” links. You have to be particularly careful with the Yoast plugin because the author doesn’t believe rel=”nofollow” deletes link benefit despite any SEO expert who has kept up to date over the past few years knows it deletes link benefit.
As long as you don’t use the noindex and nofollow settings of those plugins the Stallion Plugin Settings will do the rest. The Stallion SEO Plugin Only deals with conserving link benefit, anything else you want to achieve SEO wise isn’t dealt with via my plugin.
All these WordPress SEO Plugins (including the Stallion plugin) only cover a tiny percentage of the possible SEO improvements you can add to WordPress. If you want as much SEO as possible I’m afraid there’s only one way to achieve it and that’s with the Stallion theme.
When you think you have your WordPress site SEO’d, view source of the home page and a post and count how many nofollow links there are (search for nofollow). My guess your home page will have at least 4 and if you view source of a heavily commented post that could have dozens of nofollow links. Those are all damaging your SEO efforts. View any page of this site you won’t find a single nofollow link.
All In One SEO Plugin Safe SEO Settings
I installed this plugin on one site and when I click the “Save Options” button at the bottom left of the page, it doesn’t update my settings. Did I mess up something?
First report I’ve had of options not saving. Did you try changing settings multiple times to confirm it wasn’t saving? David
I still cannot save the updated settings for your SEO plugin. I am trying this plugin on 2 different blogs.
The themes were built with Artisteer software, so I activated the default theme (twenty eleven) just to be sure it wasn’t my theme. I can’t save updates with that theme either.
It’s such a shame. I really want to use this plugin.
Still got no other reports of this problem and no clue why settings wouldn’t save.
If the default settings are saving you could try editing the defaults so future installs (on other sites) use your preferred settings. Based on viewing source of your login page it’s saving the default settings at least.
In the file stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin.php these are the defaults.
add_option(st_seo_notindex_login, '2'); add_option(st_seo_notindex_admin, '2'); add_option(st_seo_notindex_date, '1'); add_option(st_seo_notindex_author, '1'); add_option(st_seo_notindex_search, '0'); add_option(st_seo_notindex_tags, '0'); add_option(st_seo_notindex_category, '0'); add_option(st_seo_notindex_home, '1');
Below are the numbers you can use for those 8 settings.
WordPress Login Pages st_seo_notindex_login 1= Index Login Pages 2= Block Login Pages**
WordPress Admin Pages st_seo_notindex_admin 1= Index Admin Pages 2= Block Admin Pages**
Date Archives st_seo_notindex_date 1= Index Date Archives 2= Block All Date Archives**
Author Archives st_seo_notindex_author 1= Index Author Archives 2= Block All Author Archives**
Search Results st_seo_notindex_search 0= Index All Search Results 1= Block All Search Results 2= Index First Search Result Only : Block Paged 2,3,4…**
Category Archives st_seo_notindex_category 0= Index All Categories^^ 1= Block All Categories 2= Index First Category Only : Block Paged 2,3,4…
Tag Archives st_seo_notindex_tags 0= Index All Tags 1= Block All Tags 2= Index First Tag Only : Block Paged 2,3,4…^^
Home Page Archives st_seo_notindex_home 1= Index Home Paged Archives 2= Index Home Page Only : Block Paged 2,3,4…^^
For example, if you wanted “Index First Search Result Only” you’d change
Try making that change to the file and see what happens. For a blog with the plugin already activated it should have no impact since the database settings have already been saved. If it has no impact it would confirm the database entries are being saved normally when the plugin is activated for the first time (that would be normal).
If the setting changes it would suggest the settings keep re-saving the default values.
I need to add a delete settings options for those removing the plugin completely.
To manually set the settings without going into your database go to: http://example.com/wp-admin/options.php And manually set these:
st_seo_notindex_admin st_seo_notindex_author st_seo_notindex_category st_seo_notindex_date st_seo_notindex_home st_seo_notindex_login st_seo_notindex_pages st_seo_notindex_posts st_seo_notindex_search st_seo_notindex_tags
For a safe test change st_seo_notindex_search first to 2 and check the Stallion SEO Plugin options page to see if it sticks.
Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin Default Settings
Okay, I went into the php file from inside my wordpress install and changed the defaults over to the number “2” on the ones I wanted changed. I simply set it up like you recommmend (for example if you had marks out beside the option, I picked that option).
Now when I go to the plugin page to see if the settings are saved, they are not visibly saved on that page, but they stay changed on the php file.
So far this is all I’ve done.
So how can I tell if the settings are actually saved?
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Remember those are the defaults set at first activation, for a site the Stallion plugin is already running on they won’t override the old settings. Did you check if you could now save setting on the plugin options page after making the changes? Try setting the options on the plugin page to what you want and see if they stick.
If they do stick that would suggest each time you save options it reverts to the defaults in the php file (which it shouldn’t). If they don’t save suggests either your database isn’t allowing a change or the plugin options page isn’t updating the settings correctly (not actually saving them).
If the options page doesn’t match up with what you want before/after saving they aren’t in the database and won’t work.
You can also check via the site, on the pages you’d expect the SEO plugin to interact with view source and see if there’s this code near the top
<!-- Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin 1.0 by David Law https://stallion-theme.co.uk/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin/ --> <link rel="canonical" href="urltoapageonyoursite" /> <!-- Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin -->
For example if you set the Stallion plugin to notindex monthly archive pages, viewing source on monthly archive pages will have the code above with the URL going to the home page.
When I view source of your login page I see the code above, so the plugin was setup with the original defaults.
You can also take a look at (it’s a hidden WordPress options page for advanced use, presumably WordPress doesn’t list it on the Dashboard as a link because users are likely to make a mistake if not careful : AKA don’t randomly change settings to see what it does :-))) when logged into your Dashboard and it lists loads of WordPress and plugin settings etc… Scroll through and find
If you set monthly archives to be notindexed it should be number 2. If it’s not 2 and it won’t save on the Stallion plugin options page you can manually change it here and save the options. If it doesn’t save from this page that would suggest there’s something wrong with your WordPress setup as that page overrides the plugins options pages etc…
You can do the same for all the Stallion plugin options, I listed what they are called in the other comment.
Very strange you can’t save settings from the actual Stallion plugin options page, there’s nothing special about the plugin coding, loads of plugins use that sort of coding.
Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin Options Bug
Thanks for the great plugin. For how I work, it handling just the area of SEO that it does and handling it well is perfect.
One question: Since Stallion WordPress SEO leverages tags for SEO by getting the Tag Archives indexed, then using a plugin like Page Tagger that allows the tagging of static pages and subsequently their inclusion in Tag Archives should create no conflicts, yes?
The Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin has no impact on the tagging functions of WordPress, so the two WordPress plugins should work fine together.
Most WordPress themes lack tag integration with static Pages, static Pages don’t by default have the option to have tags (there’s no tag menu when creating Pages, hence plugins like Page Tagger). My Stallion SEO Theme will show tags in the same location you see tags on blog Posts (bottom of content) if you’ve used a plugin like Page Tagger to add tags to static Pages.
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Does the Stallion Stallion SEO Plugin convert the site from ansi to UTF-8 and leave a meta tag declaring this in the header?
Something I did yesterday resulted in the tag appearing in my header file. This causes a glitch in Mozilla browsers that double loads the page.
As I have a Flash movie with sound that plays upon the homepage loading Firefox now “stutters” the Flash like a hip hop DJ scratching – LOL!
Anyway if in fact the plugin wrote that tag, does it really need to be there or can I remove it without negative consequence?
WordPress UTF-8 Meta Tag?
The Stallion plugin has no impact on that meta tag.
Have you edited the WordPress core setting
Settings >> Reading : Encoding for pages and feeds
BTW the default for that setting is UTF-8, so you’ve probably always had your blog UTF-8 encoded which probably means the issue causing the stuttering is something else.
I have a site regarding spiritual development and that is a territory that is more vested in sharing TRUTHful info and honest relating than in making a buck. A need to make money to pay bill? Sure, that is reality.
But it is not my intention. I just added the all in one seo pack and it is not saving my input per page which made me seek some help… and a loooong story. I find myself about to do the “yoast” thing and find myself HERE> selfgnosis.org (recently moved from .net and lots of weird selfgnosis.net stuff keeps creeping around and surfacing??)
I must admit, you write in a manner that appeals to me.. I sense sincerity, but I don’t know enough to sort the tares from the wheat because my ability to know each from one another is sorely lacking. I know that lack about my knowledge. This is a vulnerability.
I want to do right by all this seo because I know many are seeking the bottom line clarity I possess in the spiritual area. I fail SEO, I fail people. so, my question is this. I need to like the site I work On. I sense the site has a warm welcome feeling and I desired strongly for that to be there, so a beautiful SEO template as yours is spartan for my current purposes… This is not a criticism, it is insight into why I use the current template I’m using. Would your plug in be enough or do I need more.. I really have a category and tag issue I realize from your info. Now, what? I need for people to be able to load up pages tag/or category specific to their spiritual angst and such…SO, how do I meet their need and the seo wisdom… I’m quite perplexed. Can you enlighten me, my dear SEO speaking emissary?
ALl to Love, Sharon
I apologize for the poor layout of this, i’m being pressed to start a class and, yet, my need to start the ball rolling on this issue is priority. Thank You, I appreciate your candor and sincerity.
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The WordPress SEO plugins you are looking at are not capable of adding much SEO improvements to a site because they don’t change the theme template files beyond the title element (title tag) and meta tags.
Appreciate you won’t understand much about SEO, what the WordPress SEO plugins do is change two things. They change your title element (title tag) from
“Name of Site : Title of Post” – this is how most WordPress themes present your title tag.
“Title of Post : Name of Site” – this is barely an improvement over the defaults.
“Title of Post” – this is a good SEO title tag and should be the default for any WordPress SEO theme. Having a good SEO title is very important SEO wise.
The second thing they change is add a meta description tag to a page that can increase the click through rate from a Google search result. The meta description tag does not increase a pages ranking (if your site is number 3 for a SERP today it will still be 3 after adding an awesome meta description tag), it’s like an ad for the page, if you write good ad copy and Google uses it (doesn’t have to use it) on a search result it MIGHT increase the number of clicks (then again it could reduce CTR if you write crap ad copy).
Although Stallion has an option to have an ad like meta description I turn it off on my sites, I’m not very good at writing ads so leave it to Google to decide on the descriptions they use: I have tens of thousands of pages indexed in Google, don’t have the time to write meta descriptions for them all anyway!
Everything else the WordPress SEO plugins do is either not SEO or SEO damaging. For example it’s nice having an easy way to add Google analytics code to a WordPress site, but it’s not an SEO feature because it doesn’t increase rankings.
The WordPress SEO plugins also add noindex and nofollow code to sites which is very SEO damaging, if you do not understand SEO enough to know not to add this code you shouldn’t be using these plugins. The Stallion WordPress SEO plugin does the equivalent of nofollow without the SEO damage.
What these WordPress SEO plugins don’t do is fix the SEO mistakes of WordPress core like adding nofollow links to comments and your login pages (Stallion theme fixes these SEO issues) or the SEO mistakes added to the theme. Most WordPress themes for example are rubbish SEO wise, had a quick look at your site and the theme is poorly SEO’d. Couple of examples:
Uses “Home” and “Read More, as anchor text (basic SEO mistake)
Wastes headers for non keywords.
Doesn’t use a H1 header on the home page for the name of site (big SEO mistake).
I’m afraid if you want decent WordPress SEO there’s only the Stallion SEO theme that currently covers all the important SEO basics and much more.
WordPress SEO Plugins and WordPress SEO Themes
David, I recently moved a WP site from Texas to a cloud in London and a completely new host.
One of the things I noticed is that your SEO plugin is complaining. It’s installed with all your “highly recommended” settings…
Notice: Use of undefined constant st_seo_notindex_login - assumed 'st_seo_notindex_login' in /opt/standingcloud/application/wordpress_10777/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin.php on line 32 Notice: Use of undefined constant st_seo_notindex_admin - assumed 'st_seo_notindex_admin' in /opt/standingcloud/application/wordpress_10777/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin.php on line 33 Notice: Use of undefined constant st_seo_notindex_date - assumed 'st_seo_notindex_date' in /opt/standingcloud/application/wordpress_10777/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin.php on line 34 Notice: Use of undefined constant st_seo_notindex_author - assumed 'st_seo_notindex_author' in /opt/standingcloud/application/wordpress_10777/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin.php on line 35 Notice: Use of undefined constant st_seo_notindex_search - assumed 'st_seo_notindex_search' in /opt/standingcloud/application/wordpress_10777/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin.php on line 36 Notice: Use of undefined constant st_seo_notindex_tags - assumed 'st_seo_notindex_tags' in /opt/standingcloud/application/wordpress_10777/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin.php on line 37 Notice: Use of undefined constant st_seo_notindex_category - assumed 'st_seo_notindex_category' in /opt/standingcloud/application/wordpress_10777/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin.php on line 38 Notice: Use of undefined constant st_seo_notindex_home - assumed 'st_seo_notindex_home' in /opt/standingcloud/application/wordpress_10777/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin.php on line 39 Notice: has_cap was called with an argument that is deprecated since version 2.0! Usage of user levels by plugins and themes is deprecated. Use roles and capabilities instead. in /opt/standingcloud/application/wordpress_10777/htdocs/wp-includes/functions.php on line 3466
I wondered if you might know what’s going on here and how to fix it?
WordPress SEO Plugin : Notice: Use of undefined constant
Those are notices not errors per se, I’m aware of these.
Basically the notices are saying this isn’t the most up to date way of achieving something, but it still works. It’s on a list of things to fix when I learn how (I’m not a PHP programmer, I worked on the Stallion plugin tried to remove them).
To see these notices (normally hidden) you are probably using the plugin by Andrew Nacin “Log Deprecated Notices” or similar and/or have WP_DEBUG set to true in your wp-config.php file.
If you have this code in your wp-config.php file
The notices and any notices/errors caused by other plugins/themes may show on the site itself (your visitors see them!).
Normally you wouldn’t run a live site with a WP_DEBUG set to true as there’s loads of themes and plugins that throw out depreciated code notices etc… that are not errors and don’t break the theme/plugin.
On a live site wp-config.php file would ideally be set to false:
The undefined constant notices generated by the Stallion SEO Plugin are related to constants that haven’t been declared before they are called (something like that).
If you want to keep an eye on what themes/plugins are doing behind the scenes without having notices posted all over your site use the Log Deprecated Notices plugin, the notices are added to a log you can view under the WordPress Dashboard without it messing up your live site. This assumes you don’t have a development site, I use a development site for testing themes/plugins etc… so no need to run this plugin on a live site.
Since you just moved hosts could be having show notices/errors in your php.ini file showing these types of notices. If it’s not the wp_debug resulting in notices showing I would guess you have something like this in your php.ini file:
error_reporting = E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE
display_errors = On
As I understand showing errors and notices on a live site is a potential security issue, hackers can check for various exploits on your site and if you have errors/notices shown they get an insight into how to hack your site!
PHP security not my area of expertise, but I would strongly advise turning showing errors and notices off and have them logged so only you see them.
display_errors = On
display_errors = Off
Will hide all errors and notices at browser level, if you have log_errors = On set you’ll have them logged to a file so you can still check them.
Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin Notice: Use of Undefined Constant
Well that was easy to fix the Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin notices, just needed some ” around the constants.
Will be adding a Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin update, but first will see if there’s any interesting features I could add to the plugin first. The Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin update will be version 1.1 so when that’s released no need to make this change:
If you want to fix yourself edit the file stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin.php and change:
This adds no new features, all it does is remove the “Notice: Use of Undefined Constant” messages if you have wp_debug set to true or you use a plugin that lists deprecated code etc… If you don’t see these notices no need to make this change, just wait for the Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin 1.1 update which I’ll upload to the WordPress plugin repository within the week.
Lets see if I can find some interesting features to add to make an update worthwhile.
Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin Code Fix for Notice: Use of Undefined Constant
Just having moved host I picked up in the logs, which I had temporarily switched on, that these (shall we call them anomalies) were present.
Also not being a programmer, I thought the best thing to do was to report them to you. Actually, when I switched off the error logging a little while later, I did just switch on GD Press Tools debugging for a while, just in case it picked up anything else.
This is what it reported…
Deprecated Argument: On line: 42, In file: wp-content/plugins/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin.php
That’s it. Nothing more.
WordPress Plugin Deprecated Argument: On line
I do not know why everyone one this site goes to WordPress plugins and rate this five stars?
I am fairly sure the negatives were by competition not like hearing the truth. It is a simple and beautifully written plugin.
Are tags 2006? I am trying to eliminate tagging all together and just use categories. Why? Panda (something that is irritating some of my websites) does not like thin content pages, like tag pages that have one or two posts. I have scores of these and maybe I have a site wide Panda thumbs down?
WordPress Plugin Repository Five Star Rating
It is a little strange it’s had 5 Broken Reports (4 works) with no forum topics to indicate why it was marked broken, especially with under 5,000 downloads. Most plugins need hundreds of thousands of downloads to achieve any sort of rating because most users don’t rate either way. For example the All in One SEO Pack Plugin has over 8,000,000 downloads and only 39 users have bothered to say if it works/broken.
Currently the Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin only does one thing, adds canonical URLs to the head on archive pages and admin pages, not sure how it could be broken.
Shame plugin authors can’t get an indication of who marked a plugin broken. For example I marked the Yoast WordPress SEO Plugin as 1 star, but didn’t mark it broken (didn’t click works either): although the Yoast SEO plugin can damage a sites SEO it works as the author intended. Did the same with the All In One SEO Plugin.
If it is others WordPress SEO Plugin authors I’m not going to lower myself to marking their plugins broken and hope no one else would do that either.
I have been surprised at the negative response to the Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin, seems SEO dogma has set in despite the overwhelming evidence nofollow and noindex are SEO damaging. What makes me most sad is when a user starts from the perspective I’m wrong about nofollow, does the research and discovers I’m right, but still sticks to using these damaging WordPress SEO plugins! If WordPress users want to damage their sites SEO, not a lot I can do about it :-(
If you don’t like the PageRank flowing through your site feel free to send it my way via a dofollow link or two :-)
WordPress SEO Plugins Star Rating
Just ignore the idiots. By the way, I’m one of them.
The reason I continue to use both yours AND Joost’s plugin, is that the combination offers so much more than either alone. The other reason, of course, is that I don’t install plugins where there information page gives the warning that they haven’t been tested with the version of WP I am using. And many are not kept up to date.
I have tried as assiduously as I can (not being a programmer) to switch off all the no-indexing and no-follow functionality in Yoast WordPress SEO, and relied almost entirely on Stallion WordPress SEO for defining crawler access on my site. Currently the only thing that is nofollowed on my home page is my name as the author.
However, the advantage that Joost has is that he has included a number of things which people want in an SEO plugin (although not all of them), and if Stallion WordPress SEO had the following, like many others, no doubt, I would be able and want to use just one.
By the way, I am not looking to get into a discussion, heated or otherwise, about what is right and what is wrong, and I do understand that you always want to do it right, but I am just stating what I think people want. i.e. what draws the crowds. How you give it to them; that’s another issue.
— MOST IMPORTANT: On-page analysis of each post or page to ensure the correct use and formation of keywords, images, slugs, content minimums, outbound links, page title, keyword phrase positioning, Flesch Reading Ease score, keyword phrase usage in text, headings and URL, keyword density and use in meta data.
— The ability to craft titles, snippets and meta information for their pages and posts so that they can control what shows up in the SERPs.
— The ability to inject items like OpenGraph, Dublin Core and Geo-tagging taxonomies and meta data without needing yet another plugin.
— XML sitemap creation according to the schema created by setting up the SEO plugin’s crawler access limitations and directions.
— Permalink manipulation, like stripping the category.
— Breadcrumbs which not only provide secondary navigation but also aid the crawlers to find everything you want them to find.
— RSS feed manipulation to include specific keywords and links on each page.
— Importing the settings (only the correct ones of course) from any previously used SEO plugin.
— It should also flush and update the W3 Total Cache Page Cache each time you alter anything important.
Now I am sure other people will have additions or deletions of their own, but if I had all this PLUS the features of the current Stallion WordPress SEO plugin, I for one would be very happy and only need one plugin.
Guess which one!
P.S. This kind of all-in-one plugin is intended for people who don’t have your theme and maybe never will, i.e the majority, for whatever reason. Their themes (poorly SEO’d or not, in comparison with your Stallion theme), you can do something about fixing. To accomplish this you will need to forget how your Stallion Theme has everything right, nothing wrong and beats everything else hands-down. Many folk don’t have the skills or the money to start from scratch and just have to improve, the best way they can, what’ they’ve already got. Your choice, of course, but why not do something amazing to help them?
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