You’re used to multitasking and moving a mile a minute every day at work. As a community manager, you’ll never find a shortage of work to do. But that doesn’t mean that you should spend the bulk of your time on tasks like data entry or other work that isn’t directly related to connecting your community. Instead, you can use tools that help you work faster and make the tedious tasks of measurement, reporting, and planning easier. Then you can get back to the fun stuff.
So - you want to make the most of your forum SEO to increase your visibility and drive more traffic?
At Vanilla, we know the ins-and-outs of forums, and we also know how to apply SEO specifics to your forum for prime optimization. As a result, we've got the answers you're looking for. Here are some commonly asked questions regarding forum SEO.
Let’s think back to January, 2019, when the beginning of the year was new and fresh, and you probably had a few New Year Resolutions up your sleeve. Maybe it was to exercise more, maybe it was to eat better, or perhaps it was to save more money.
Or maybe, just maybe, you’re one of those 25% of people who opt to learn a new skill.
Managing your own developer community spaces is enough of a challenge, so how do some of the most successful platform companies approach developer magnets like Stack Overflow and Reddit, and how do they decide whether or not to join in or let developers collaborate on their own in these spaces?
When you think of search engine optimization (SEO), chances are that your mind automatically thinks about tactics to increase the rank of your website and web pages. What you might not think of, however, is applying these practices to your community forum.
Yes, SEO tactics can also be applied to your forum and increase traffic just like any other web page. This blog will give you some of the best tips when applying SEO to forums.