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Friday 5: 5 Tips for Improving Your Drupal Site's SEO

by Damien McKenna
May 27, 2016

We made it to the finish line of another busy work week!

Thanks for joining us for Episode 9 of The Mediacurrent Friday 5. This week, Community Lead Damien McKenna discusses 5 Tips for Improving Your Site's SEO with the one and only Mark Casias.

He provides some great pointers on the following topics: Submodules, Configuration, Content types, Vocabularies, Users, Oh My!, The Front Page, and Most Important Meta Tags. Watch the video below to learn more.

Is there a topic that you'd like to learn more about? Send us your thoughts to Friday5@mediacurrent.com and stay tuned for Episode 10 in two weeks. Have a great weekend!

Additional Resources
How to Improve your Conversion Path Optimization | Blog Post
Mediacurrent's Crash Course in SEO and Drupal | Webinar
SEO Keyword Strategy | eBook

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Meet team member, Damien McKenna

In his role as Community Lead, Damien directs internal initiatives that strengthen Mediacurrent’s commitment to open-source principles, collaboration, and sharing knowledge to strengthen the Drupal community. Regularly ranked as one of the ten most active contributors on drupal.org, Damien has been a significant member of the Drupal community since 2007. In addition to writing documentation, writing & reviewing patches and mentoring others, Damien maintains Metatag, Views, Twitter, Panelizer and several other SEO-focused modules.

Prior to Mediacurrent, Damien spent five years building content management systems and frameworks using multiple languages (PHP, ColdFusion, Ruby), before he was first introduced to Drupal in 2007. A year later, he delved deeper into Drupal 5's architecture while migrating two popular skiing sites off a proprietary system. While becoming increasingly involved in his local Drupal community, Damien led the development of several successful content-rich platforms including a US radio station network spanning ten individual sites. Damien joined Mediacurrent in 2012 as a Lead Drupal Architect, where he was involved with planning the architecture of new sites, project estimates, and lots of hands-on development work.

When not working with Drupal, Damien enjoys playing ukulele and spending time with family in their home in Central Florida.

Learn more about Damien >

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