After hours of searching and trying many techniques I have found the snippet of code you need to easily add the Facebook recommend button to every page of a dynamicly generated page. Should work with Joomla, Wordpress, Drupal and any other PHP based CMS.
301 Redirects can help your website visitors continue accessing parts of your ever evolving site. However, poorly implemented 301 Redirects can be disastrous on your search engine positioning, so you should be aware of where the risks lie.
Depending on which template you are using the logo Alt tag is normally set as a H1 tag. This is not good for SEO. There should be only 1 H1 tag on any particular page so having on in the header of every page is not good.
It’s not uncommon for me to receive calls or emails asking “Hi, how much will it cost for you to make me a web site?” Unfortunately, this is not something that is easy to answer without more information. No offense to those who ask, but asking that question is about the same as asking a contractor “Hi. How much does it cost to build a house?”
Ranking a site for a particular keyword that isn't relevant to the sites url or data structure can be a very difficult task. Don't get me wrong this can and is done over time, but there is a better way to drive traffic off of the key terms that are competitive in your market.
PageRank is Google’s stamp of importance which every site receives. PageRank is measured from numbers 1-10: 10 being the most important, and 1 being the least important. What you’re trying to aim for is a decent PageRank for your blog; the higher your PageRank, the more you benefit from it.
In a nutshell, getting several “.gov” and “.edu” backlinks will contribute to your PageRank tremendously, more then just a regular link, or PR6 link for that matter.