The impact of the choice of CMS on the ranking?Asked bybryan grover
We have a question in our studio that I would like to receive an answer, and just to hear your opinion on the basis of experience. Does the choice of content management system affect the ranking of the site by search engines? In particular, Yandex is interested.
There is an opinion that websites made on free CMS are worse in terms of ranking compared to commercial ones: on Wordpress, satellites and websites are often in a hurry, and on Bitrix (for example) more serious websites are usually made, since purchase of license.
Is there any difference? Now only the current conditions of Runet are interested.
Look at the Google official mana for promotion, there are only objective factors: the purity of the layout, the speed of work and the quality of resource renewal, and even at breinfake do it.
Threat I am not against the tabular layout - I am very warm to her, all the same it all began.
ZZY and not against bitrix, I heard that somewhere there are pros who force him to fly - I am opposed to having 500 tanks paid for software, but the coder has squeezed 200 to make the site look human - jen s
1) Valid code (i.e., the absence of gross errors, a clear structure, the absence of traces of "bad" optimization - cloaking, "point-like" links and other dodos);
2) The uniqueness of the content, the degree of its "re-optimized";
This is the first.
My experience tells me that no matter what kind of cms was taken as a basis. It is important that you continue to do with your website - whether you will increase the trust, periodically write unique. content, help PS to index and examine your site (xml sitemap, PS directories, add webmasters to panels, correct server setup for sending correct headers, etc.)
Tops have blogs on Wordpress, on Drupal ... along with commercial CMS.
But it is natural that any free CMS will have to be “finished”. At least with plug-ins to speed up and optimize work with the database)
By the way, buying a commercial system is not a guarantee that the code will be super good and correct.
+ Each project has its own specifics. A blog with a attendance of 250 unique people a day doesn’t have to bother with that.
But the online store should think about the speed of loading their pages, I think it is not necessary to explain why)
I haven't heard such conversations about Yandex (maybe they are, but I’m not responsible for their adequacy). - mohamed fouad