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I thought everyone might be interested in a discussion on how to develop a truly search engine friendly content management system. Here are my thoughts.
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from andrewsho 2580 Days ago #
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Coincidentally there is also a great discussion on this topic going on at Dave Naylor’s blog.

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from g1smd 2579 Days ago #
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... making that one easier to find: http://www.davidnaylor.co.uk/content-management-systems-cms-for-seo.html

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from g1smd 2579 Days ago #
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See also:  http://sphinn.com/story/11680  for a list of CMS products.

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from lasellers 2579 Days ago #
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As someone who’s "simple" backend management system for clients has creeped into become almost a full framework/cms -- I find this useful for picking out those last few things to try to cram into it. ;-)

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from lasellers 2579 Days ago #
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@andrewsho: Note: Actually I DIDN’T recogonize you ... until I saw the note about your shades. :)

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from linkmoses 2089 Days ago #
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It took a couple years for CMS developers to know what "SEO Friendly CMS" really meant, and what that required.  The one I see doing it right is http://www.Pixelsilk.com

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