Have a Portfolio Site? Increase Your Traffic

posted on 13th of july, 2010

Last week I posted an article about the basics of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and some of the things that you can do to increase the ranking of your own site to get it noticed. With lots of well-received feedback and an engaging discussion as it relates to you as photographers, in particular photographers with portfolio sites, we've moved ahead on the series and present you with "SEO 101: Domain Names and URL Structure."

Learn more about what URL structure is, and take a look at why domain names and URLs are so important to the success of your site. We also go in depth and discuss exactly how you can optimize your own domain names and URLs to get even better search engine rankings.

Visit Perception's Blog to learn more.

Comments (7)

Posted by Voytekj on May 26, 2011
As for Hosting - I own a hosting company- all of our servers have been replaced/ updated to newest/ fastest. This is the site it is in polish language, but servers are located in- IL USA-, and all control panels will be in english when requested. for beginners there is free website creator ( in English) with every hosting package
Posted by Kittycat on July 17, 2010
Great article. Thank you for sharing.
Posted by Jsternig on July 14, 2010
Thanks Ken. Don't forget to check out our series on projecting your identity as well. We'll be posting a new one tomorrow morning.
Posted by Kenhurst on July 14, 2010
One of the most useful Dreamstime blogs i've come across. Thanks for the info!
Posted by Mani33 on July 13, 2010
I already know about domain structure importance & it's sometimes relevant depend on the country! Thanks for sharing ;)
Posted by Jsternig on July 13, 2010
You're very welcome. Feel free to ask us any questions on the blog.
Posted by Mariaam on July 13, 2010

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