WordPress can work wonders improving the SEO and search marketing for websites that are also using Flash based templates from companies like BluDomain, Portfoliositez, Flashpalette and the like, but many people lose some of the advantages by placing their WordPress install in a folder or directory named “blog”.
This may seem an easy way to do it, but it can create an unresolvable redirection if you want to use WordPress to create and manage an optimized Splash or Landing page and have a link to a blog page. The primary reason for the redirection problem is that your blog page and the folder named blog are sharing same.
Please go ahead and install WordPress in its own, just use a folder name other than “blog”. Having WordPress in it own folder makes it easy to keep the files from your Flash website separate from the WordPress files. And you can still access the page holding your blog posts and even create a new SEO maximized WordPress splash or landing page for your website.
If you have questions and would like to learn more please feel free to leave a comment, send an email or even call. I am happy to explain.