Published June 29th in SEO by James Parsons

Joomla! is a content management system (CMS) designed to organize your entire website and display it with ease.
Before we dive in, know that I won’t be including the “!” at the end of Joomla every time I write it, because that’s just not necessary. Picture it there, in your mind.
Joomla is a common alternative to WordPress, and calls itself the most popular open source CMS on the market.
WordPress is still far more popular, but Joomla can be one-click installed from a number of hosting services and offers a robust set of tools that can dialed in for complex coding.
Oh, and it’s free.
After selecting a web host, laying out your content and publishing your site, most people face one gaping issue: they can’t be found.
You need to optimize your Joomla site for search. Here’s how.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
SEO is the primary factor in getting your website noticed today. It’s a bummer, I know.
SEO is boring, borders on a tech project, and requires you to read up on ever-changing rules handed out by Google and Bing.
You already know you can’t throw your site up and expect the traffic to come to you — the Internet is no longer a “Field of Dreams”. It m…

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