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Earlier this month, I had the distinct pleasure of meeting up with the Themezoom Revolution (Russell Wright, Sue Bell and Matt DaCruz) during the planning of one of the most sophisticated SEO tools the web has ever witnessed at the ThemeZoom secret labs. This video on Website Silo Architecture is a by product of that convergence.

At that time, the discussion turned to silo site architecture and the benefits of siloing for SEO; the video below is a summary of when Russell asked how we use silo site architecture at SEO Design Solutions. For a transcript, visit Themezoom, otherwise, enjoy the video above.

For additional information on how you can put the power of website silo site architecture to work for you. In a short time, you will be able to order or create siloed WordPress themes in minutes instead of hours.

Instead of having to:

  • Spend hours performing keyword research.
  • Struggle for hours mapping out which phrases to eliminate or use in your website.
  • Manually configuring WordPress (the old way one page at a time) and integrate those keywords.

Shortly, with the help of Themezoom Revolution, problems like these will be a thing of the past. Imagine being able to isolate hundreds of profitable keywords in minutes, and then implement a near push-button siloed website.

Our new WP Ultimate Theme for WordPress (which will launch shortly) will incorporate and interact with this powerful “instant silo technology” from the Themezoom Revolution suite, bringing you the virtual one, two punch of on page theme relevance (across hundreds of keywords) and WordPress functionality to knock competitors from their perch with a simple, easy-to-use, push-button  format.

Stay tuned for more on this exciting convergence of keyword/market research and SEO implementation.

In the meantime, here are a few more resources about website silo site architecture; enjoy…

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In 2006, Jeffrey Smith founded SEO Design Solutions (An SEO Provider who now develops SEO Software for WordPress).

Jeffrey has actively been involved in internet marketing since 1995 and brings a wealth of collective experiences and marketing strategies to increase rankings, revenue and reach.

12 thoughts on “SEO Video about Website Silo Architecture
  1. Justin says:

    Great video. Really good information related to seo services.

  2. Thanks Justin:

    Will keep you posted when the new tools are released, you can still sign up here for a limited time http://seodesignsolutions.domainwebstudio.com

  3. hugh says:

    Can’t hear the sound on this video (other videos play fine on my system) but read the transcript. Any idea of the timescale or release date yet?

  4. Fazal Mayar says:

    Great vid Jeffrey, i think we all need seo tips here and there sometimes!

  5. @Hugh:

    Sorry you can’t hear the video, it was a bit faint, I was running on fumes after the jet lag and was a bit wiped out (hence the drawn, red eyed look).

    Regarding the release, I believe around 2 months for DWS/Themezoom and we are pushing for 4 weeks for our WP Ultimate theme…

    @Fazal:

    Thanks and appreciate the feedback. We covered so much in those meetings it was ridiculous, it was some web shattering aps and strategies discussed for sure.

    Guess we just have to wait and see how much their team and ours releases to the inner circle, and what gets dripped to others.

    All I can say is Russell, Sue and Matt are on a HNL “Hole, Nutha, Level”!!!!

  6. Justin says:

    Another useful post Jeffrey, thanks! I’m just about to try out Web Content Studio on your recommendation and looking forward to testing WP Ultimate theme also.

    I have a question that I keep on getting confused about over and over…

    I keep reading about siloing and keeping everything in a logical structure, only linking back up the silo and not linking out of the silo to others. I’ve also read about linking to the most important pages, but I’m not sure how to approach this best. Should I:

    a) ONLY link to pages within the same silo and then link back up the chain?

    b) Link to pages in the same silo but also link across to pages in other silos to give them credit also? I can’t work out whether I should do this or not.

    I’m currently redesigning a site of mine that is ranked for some good terms, but the navigation links in my sidebar are a bit of “link to everything” kind of navigation. I don’t know whether to keep them or get rid of them and just add links to the navigation that are in the same silo of the page being viewed.

    Any tips on this would be greatly appreciated.

    P.S. Do you offer any kind of service where you do a site analysis and make recommendations for webmasters to work on? I’m not sure I have the budget to become one of your full clients just yet but something like that would be great!

  7. Hi there,

    Please apologize my english level :-)

    I asked a question about siloin on an ather blog but i had no answer, hope you’ll help me here.

    I m really interested by the power of silo structure and would like to know what you think about that.

    I road that the subsection pages (inside a silo) couldn’t link to themselves but they have to link to them landing page.

    I road also that in some case they can link to another silo landing page, but never to another subsection pages.

    Know let’s says that i m trying to rank one “silo landing page” for the keyword “icecream”

    so we have :

    url : ../ice-cream/index.html

    And the following subsections pages

    url : ../ice-cream/strawberry.html

    url : ../ice-cream/chocolate.html

    url : ../ice-cream/black-strawberry.html

    All these subsection pages need to link to them landing page optimized for “ice cream”

    But, it can also seems Relevant to link “stawberry.html” from “black-srawberry.html”

    Isn’t it ?

    I m asking you that because i m working on a website in wich subsection pages have a really strong relation between themeselves and for me it looks like Good to link betwwen them (of course using the specific anchor text for each one !)

    Can you please give me your point of view about that ?

    Thank you so much

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