SEO articles written by developers who care about Search Engines

SEO is a subject ignored by most developers, which gives the developers that understand it an edge.

SEO gets a bad wrap in the development community. But doing "good" in SEO terms means making content people care about and presenting it in a way that both people and machines can understand. These are positive aspirations.

A focus on SEO will, as an amazing byproduct, improve your performance and accessibility – both very human benefits.

Appearing higher in search results means more visitors, which means your projects get used more, which is a good thing!

Here are some of our articles covering SEO-related topics

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