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Weekly-FavesI hope everyone has had a good week!  It was busy here.  Jerry wrote a huge, 1400+ word guest post for The Debt Myth (thanks, Jackie!), and I’ve been working behind the scenes to install and configure a new SEO plugin for the site, in order to take care of a little duplicate content we were seeing in Google Webmaster Tools.

Our Alexa rank is still continuing its gradual downward march, so that’s good, although I have been puzzled by Repaid.org’s PageRank, or lack thereof.  I purchased the domain on the aftermarket last year, and although it didn’t have much development history, I’m thinking that this might be a contributing factor.  In any case, I trust Google will come to appreciate us in the end :)

In any case, I wanted to give a shout-out to our favorite five posts of the week:

Each of these is well worth your time in reading, digesting, and taking to heart.

 

About the author: Taylor

 

Taylor Brown is the founder of Repaid.org. He has paid down 90% of his credit card debt through smart budgeting, frugal-living, and inspiration/support from other personal finance bloggers.

 

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8 Comments

  1. Thanks so much for the mention! I’ve been neglecting some behind the scenes work on my blog. Thanks for the encouragement to do it. :)

  2. thank you for the mention, what do you mean duplicate content, did someone steal your content?

    • No, no – nothing anywhere that serious. It was simply one of those things where we needed to noindex the subpages of our archives (like /page/2/, page/3/, etc). Most of the SEO plugins do this automatically for you. In my experience, it wouldn’t really have a negative impact on SEO, but I just like to keep everything neat and tidy :)

  3. I always appreciate any mention Taylor, so thank you. I have been working hard behind the scenes on my new website design that I hope will go live this weekend. You never know though! Google will figure it out eventually.

    • Can’t wait to see your new design, Grayson! I love Studiopress/Genesis – Brian and those guys build quality stuff.

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