As the title states – it’s not the size of the ####, it’s the motion in the ocean. After seeing the title, did you have a feeling that the last word in that sentence was going to be “ocean”? For those of you who assumed this post is going to be about something perverted — I’m ashamed that you’d seriously think you’d find content like that here on RxSEO. Get your dirty little minds out of the gutter!
I want to take up a little space in this amazing webosphere of ours, to discuss a topic that isn’t discussed often enough — the ranking benefits, user friendly approach, site speed and all of the other amazing benefits of not using WordPress plugins, having too much unnecessary code, Flash and well…. to make a relitively long story short, reducing the size of your site code.
It’s Not The Size of The Boat – It’s The Motion In The Creek
I think it was Aaron Wall whom first related link building to the fight club metaphor, by using the term:
The first rule of link building is to not talk about link building! – Aaron Wall
And well since it hasn’t been done just yet, I suppose you could now say that Gregory Smith is the first person to use the fight club metaphor: The rule of website code in terms with SERP ranking, is to not talk about site code.
Not a very good ring to it, I realize that. Though I have performed comparisons in various websites of mine, and paid close attention to the sites of my clients, for what seems like decades. What I’ve come to terms with accepting, is the fact that the more (heavy) code a website uses — the less percentage of success that website will have, when competing with much less weighted websites, in the SERP.