[wp-hackers] Thoughts on Ultimate Tag Warrior
stuart.maxwell at gmail.com
Tue Sep 26 19:59:54 GMT 2006
I agree with this too. I'd like to see a basic tagging system
introduced into Wordpress and then let plugin developers extend on
this functionality by creating features like tag clouds or UTW's
automatic tags. Offline support would also be really cool so that
posting from Live Writer or other desktop blogging tools could add
tags while posting.
Cheers - Stuart.
On 9/27/06, Andy Beard <list.andy at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would like it introduced (partially) within the core.
> Currently the only way I can sensibly use Wordpress with the plugin
> choices I want to use is to post using a 3rd party application which
> is capable of supplying the same keywords to multiple of plugins.
> Thus supplying the same keywords for
> Various advertising sources
> Social Bookmarking (well maybe in the future)
> Etc etc
> Thus I would like some way of defining keywords relating to a post
> globally, and for the global data to be available to the plugins.
> Keywords should be possible to define remotely, either through xml-rpc
> or with something simple like <tags>keyword, key word, keyword
> keyword</tag> at the top of a post. (you need to be able to change it
> at a later date)
> Honestly I haven't used UTW
> When I setup my last blog, it was decided to use Taggerati
> The reason for this at the time was that UTW didn't support adding
> keywords within a post. It only supported the default online editor. I
> think Simpletags supported offline as well, but didn't have other
> Currently you can have RSS feeds for categories, but I don't think
> anyone offers it for multiple tag selections (not sure if this is even
> technically viable)
> Tagging has a lot of benefits for SEO - it automatically creates lots
> of highly focused niche pages, each of which would currently be looked
> at as fairly unique by the search engines. 100 tagged posts can quite
> easily generate 300-500 additional niched pages of content.
> If tagging could be linked with an aLink plugin for links within the
> content (using the same keyword list), it would be great for
> crosslinking between posts.
> Thus introduce a common data table for keywords, even if tag authors
> still keep their own custom data tables for how certain tags are to be
> represented on the pages.
> Andy Beard
> p.s. I just design plugins, my programmers have to shoehorn it into code
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