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  1. Ian Ian February 24, 2009 at 12:30 am |

    The reason why I love hybrid because it’s seo friendly theme.. I hope I can read the exclusive seo tutorial ASAP after get the scholarship from you.. :)
    *waiting 4 ur email*

  2. Diane Diane February 24, 2009 at 1:34 am |

    Dude, you rock! I spent 2 months searching for *the* theme as a framework that would stand the test of time and wordpress upgrades. Thesis is OK but supposedly “premium” and Sandbox doesn’t come close. I admit that I can get lazy filling in the Hybrid Settings form but totally worth the extra time.

  3. eds eds February 24, 2009 at 3:20 am |

    i think its the greatest themes wordpress…

  4. the-elder the-elder February 24, 2009 at 2:50 pm |

    This is really good and easy to understand material Justin. Very valuable and useable guide.

  5. John J Savo John J Savo February 25, 2009 at 1:49 pm |

    Finally, someone explains tagging content in a way that makes sense. Thanks, Justin. I cleaned up all my tags last night, and already I am seeing a difference. Joining your theme club was the best $25 I’ve ever spent.

  6. xodigoguy xodigoguy February 26, 2009 at 3:58 pm |

    Wow, that was a huge help. (Pity I just tagged like crazy on one site, but interestingly enough, I figured out after the fact that simply adding all available tags must be a bit silly to search engines and certainly to people.)

    This was really worth reading Justin.
    Thank you.
    I see some challenges to SEO as technology “changes” or at least is updated.
    For example, “Tags”, certainly not ‘new’ are never-the-less becoming major in most WP themes. When they first came out I used them mostly for my own reference, such as posts with “video”, and posts with geographic settings (Korea or Hong Kong for example).

    I once added a plugin which gave me “Yahoo suggestions” which were of course many ( 30 – 40 ?) (many at least) per post!

    I could not see the significance of this for Yahoo, Google or MS. So it is very helpful to get some intelligent input into this from you.

    Well worth your effort Justin, thanks so much!

    One Q about the “keywords vs tags” Q. I seem to understand that keywords are more for older search engines who might still use them but that tags are more modern? Hence the fact you build both into Hybrid. Any truth to that?

    (No need to respond here, but perhaps when you write more about on this SEO thread, again, since Hybrid offers both.)

    Thanks again, Ron

  7. Ghada Ghada March 1, 2009 at 4:17 am |

    thank you for the good job Justin :- )

    @Ron SEO changes always confuses me specially that google has slap some of very effective techniques
    we have to be up to date all the time

    Ghada

  8. vickywebworld vickywebworld April 22, 2009 at 2:04 pm |

    Thank you.

    You have really shown that Theme Hybrid is really a “Hybrid”. I can’t wait to join the exclusive members as soon as possible.

  9. Arizona Arizona May 21, 2009 at 11:04 pm |

    This Hybrid Theme kicks @ss! I love it, and Im glad I stumbled upon it. Thanks!

  10. Goedkope Website Goedkope Website June 22, 2009 at 5:32 am |

    WordPress is very nice for a blog, Joomla a bit better I’d say, but a lot more confusing and not so logically to operate…

  11. erd erd January 25, 2011 at 10:44 am |

    Thank you for a very nice article about seo and your theme, its much appreciated.

  12. David David January 25, 2011 at 2:07 pm |

    A very good post. Do you send newsletters as well ?

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