SEO Tips

One of the most fundamental aspects of any project is making sure your website is easy for both users to find from Google. Part of this involves making sure search engine robots can read your website and spider it correctly. Architecturing your Episerver project to empower content editors to manage SEO and improve your search engine results page (SERP) ranking will dramatically increase the number of visitors to your website. In today's guide, I'm going to cover some best practice techniques you should be implementing in your Episerver website.

EPiServer 7 : Enforcing Lower Case Url's

This post is short and simple.  Out of the box EPiServr does not provide a way to enforce lowercase Url's.  Out of all the solutions I've seen on the web, the main one by Joel Abrahamsson uses Url Segment to make the Url lower case when the page is c[...]

Setting Up Episerver To Always Use WWW Links

Probably, one of the most forgotten about features developers forget to set-up is to enforce either a WWW or non-WWW Url strategy on a website. The WWW/non-WWW debate has been waging for years and a lot of my non-technical clients are unsure of what [...]

How To Always/Remove A Trailing Slash On Your Episerver Page Urls

A very common SEO requirement is to ensure that each page on your website has a unique URL.  Google will treat www.website.com/page1 and www.website.com/page1/ as different URLs.  In this tutorial, you will learn how to configure Episerver so that al[...]

Best Practice SEO Guide For Building Websites In Episerver

One of the most fundamental aspects of any project is making sure your website is easy for both users to find from Google. Part of this involves making sure search engine robots can read your website and spider it correctly. Architecturing your Epise[...]

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