Joomla! Help Support Warrington Cheshire Manchester Merseyside UKIf you are responsible for running a Joomla!® CMS website in a Business, Public Sector or Voluntary Sector organisation, this SEO Guide is for you.

The topics listed below are in alphabetical order rather than in a prescribed order.

Those who are new to the subject of Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) may wish to start here: Introduction to Search Engine Optimisation.

If you are new to SEO then you may wish to leave the topic entitled Schema.org Plugin (see link below) until last.

joomla help support cheshire manchester merseyside north west uk

Subscribe to WYNCHCO Joomla! CMS Support to benefit from:

  • full unrestricted access to our Joomla! CMS User Guides,
  • personal Email and Telephone Support, and
  • comprehensive Joomla! CMS Website Maintenance,

All tailored to meet your specific needs,

And regardless of where your website is hosted.

WYNCHCO Solutions provides Joomla! CMS Support packages to businesses and organisations across Cheshire, Manchester, Merseyside, North West England and the UK.

Need help? Just ask

Need help? Just ask

The Joomla! Project no longer provides bug and security fixes for the following versions of its CMS:

  • Joomla! 1.0,
  • Joomla! 1.5,
  • Joomla! 2.5,
  • Joomla! 3.5.

The Joomla! Project offers limited extended support on a subscription basis for:

  • Joomla! 3.10 (which reached end of life in 2023).

If your website is still using one of the above versions then we can help.

We can:

  • rebuild your existing - no longer supported - website using the latest available release of the Joomla! CMS, or
  • migrate your website to Joomla! 4.4.

Once your website is using Joomla! 4.4 then we will offer you one of our Joomla! CMS Support Subscription packages.

Support will include updating your website to the latest available release of the Joomla! CMS.

For help call WYNCHCO Solutions on 0161 818 8228.

 

Fix Broken Links using Redirects Component

Headings and Titles

Image ALT Attributes

Image TITLE Attributes

Keyword Strategy

Menu Item Aliases

Meta Tags

Reduce Bounce Rates

Rich Content

Search Engine Friendly Page Navigation

Search Engine Friendly Robots TXT File

Schema.org Plugin

Search Engine Friendly URLs

SEF Plugin

Site Map Extensions

Speed up your website

Use an SSL Certificate with your website

Useful SEO Web Links

 

List of Contents

Signposting used in this guide

Subscribers please sign in to read full article.

 

Search Engines

Two very popular search engines in the UK are Google and Bing.

Each provide a range of tools to help you improve your website's performance in search engine results.

Google Search Console was previously called Google Webmaster Tools.

Its use may help you improve and optimize your website.

Submit an XML Site Map URL to Google.

Useful Google Search Console Links.

Google Analytics 4 replaced Universal Analytics on 1 July 2023.

Read more: Introduction to Google Analytics 4.

Useful Google Analytics 4 Links.

 

Using the Google Analytics 4 Tracking Code

Step 1: Consider the pros and cons of using  a Tracking Code with your website.

This useful September 2022 Joomla! Community Magazine article considered:

  • whether or not you would be better off without a Tracking Code, amd
  • some alternative options for analysing website traffic.

Read more: The alternatives to using a Tracking Code.

Step 2: Create a Tracking Code.

This October 2022 Joomla! Community Magazine article outlined how to create a Tracking Code.

Read more: How to create a Google Analytics 4 Tracking Code for your website.

Step 3: Add a Tracking Code to your website.

The optimal way to do this is by means of editing your website's template.

Read more: How to add the Tracking Code to your website.

 

Google Analytics and GDPR

If you are using Google Analytics with your website then you could unwittingly find yourself on the wrong side of relevant data protection laws in some jurisdictions.

Read more: Google Analytics and GDPR.

 

IMPORTANT

We offer advice for how to improve your search engine ranking. We do not offer any guarantees that your rankings will improve as a result of this advice.

Joomla! Help Support Warrington Cheshire Manchester Merseyside UKIf you are responsible for running a Joomla!® CMS website in a Business, Public Sector or Voluntary Sector organisation, this SEO Guide is for you.

The topics listed below are in alphabetical order rather than in a prescribed order.

Those who are new to the subject of Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) may wish to start here: Introduction to Search Engine Optimisation.

If you are new to SEO then you may wish to leave the topic entitled Schema.org Plugin (see link below) until last.

joomla help support cheshire manchester merseyside north west uk

Subscribe to WYNCHCO Joomla! CMS Support to benefit from:

  • full unrestricted access to our Joomla! CMS User Guides,
  • personal Email and Telephone Support, and
  • comprehensive Joomla! CMS Website Maintenance,

All tailored to meet your specific needs,

And regardless of where your website is hosted.

WYNCHCO Solutions provides Joomla! CMS Support packages to businesses and organisations across Cheshire, Manchester, Merseyside, North West England and the UK.

Need help? Just ask

Need help? Just ask

The Joomla! Project no longer provides bug and security fixes for the following versions of its CMS:

  • Joomla! 1.0,
  • Joomla! 1.5,
  • Joomla! 2.5,
  • Joomla! 3.5.

The Joomla! Project offers limited extended support on a subscription basis for:

  • Joomla! 3.10 (which reached end of life in 2023).

If your website is still using one of the above versions then we can help.

We can:

  • rebuild your existing - no longer supported - website using the latest available release of the Joomla! CMS, or
  • migrate your website to Joomla! 4.4.

Once your website is using Joomla! 4.4 then we will offer you one of our Joomla! CMS Support Subscription packages.

Support will include updating your website to the latest available release of the Joomla! CMS.

For help call WYNCHCO Solutions on 0161 818 8228.

 

Fix Broken Links using Redirects Component

Headings and Titles

Image ALT Attributes

Image TITLE Attributes

Keyword Strategy

Menu Item Aliases

Meta Tags

Reduce Bounce Rates

Rich Content

Search Engine Friendly Page Navigation

Search Engine Friendly Robots TXT File

Schema.org Plugin

Search Engine Friendly URLs

SEF Plugin

Site Map Extensions

Speed up your website

Use an SSL Certificate with your website

Useful SEO Web Links

 

List of Contents

Signposting used in this guide

Subscribers please sign in to read full article.

 

Search Engines

Two very popular search engines in the UK are Google and Bing.

Each provide a range of tools to help you improve your website's performance in search engine results.

Google Search Console was previously called Google Webmaster Tools.

Its use may help you improve and optimize your website.

Submit an XML Site Map URL to Google.

Useful Google Search Console Links.

Google Analytics 4 replaced Universal Analytics on 1 July 2023.

Read more: Introduction to Google Analytics 4.

Useful Google Analytics 4 Links.

 

Using the Google Analytics 4 Tracking Code

Step 1: Consider the pros and cons of using  a Tracking Code with your website.

This useful September 2022 Joomla! Community Magazine article considered:

  • whether or not you would be better off without a Tracking Code, amd
  • some alternative options for analysing website traffic.

Read more: The alternatives to using a Tracking Code.

Step 2: Create a Tracking Code.

This October 2022 Joomla! Community Magazine article outlined how to create a Tracking Code.

Read more: How to create a Google Analytics 4 Tracking Code for your website.

Step 3: Add a Tracking Code to your website.

The optimal way to do this is by means of editing your website's template.

Read more: How to add the Tracking Code to your website.

 

Google Analytics and GDPR

If you are using Google Analytics with your website then you could unwittingly find yourself on the wrong side of relevant data protection laws in some jurisdictions.

Read more: Google Analytics and GDPR.

 

IMPORTANT

We offer advice for how to improve your search engine ranking. We do not offer any guarantees that your rankings will improve as a result of this advice.