I built the Chad Broussard website several years ago as a place that I could use to express my views, thoughts and opinions on everything from simple day-to-day life issues, to politics etc. but most importantly my work related challenges and all that comes with dealing with real estate websites and various customer(s) projects (the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly).
What I love the most about having my own website here is that I never have to worry about offending anyone and having any of my social accounts turned off due to not being PC enough – its simple, don’t like what I have to say? then just click on the exit-X link in your browser tab! – but if you’re curious and want to keep up with my rants on life as “a politically conservative web developer” (you’ve been warned lol =) then follow me via the RSS link in the sidebar.
Chad Broussard Blog
I’ve been using wordpress for several years and I used to think it was “the-way-to-go: for building out SEO projects – but not anymore!
THE key differences when using a CMS versus not using one is the code overhead AND having your sites framework already pre-determined by a Google/Search Engines algorithm.
In the old days I would use a regular HTML or even Joomla website for the front home-page and pages of content and then only use WordPress for the blog/post and I had way better SEO results than I do now when using only WordPress as entire website.
One of my personal plans is to setup a NGINX setup on a test VPS and then testing a static HTML rendered version of my home page and content pages in where I simply take the HTML output and strip it down to only whats needed and then install wordpress into a sub/directory install like I used to do so that I can use it for the blog as well as so that I can use part of its php to process shortcodes within my static html content areas – should be an interesting code and SEO experiment.
Anyone else ever thought about doing this?