WordPress is the world’s easiest, most powerful content management system (CMS) and blogging platform. According to BuiltWith, 2645 of the top 10k Internet sites use WordPress. So, if you’re already using WordPress, then congratulations!
However, if you want your WordPress website to perform better, then you better optimize it. Optimization of your WP site not only increases traffic and page viewers, but it enhances user experience and helps with SEO. Below you will find six amazing WordPress optimization tips to take your website to the next level.
All webmasters are aware that it is top quality, authoritative content on web pages that can get them high up on a search engine results page (SERP). This does not mean that you should be satisfied with creating and publishing the right content on your website. There’s a great deal more you can do to make it easier for your audience to find you. That’s what Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is all about.
In terms of search engine optimization and Internet marketing, one topic that continues to trend is structured data and schema.
If implemented correctly, this type of plugin may help improve your WordPress SEO as Google has actually said that structured data may become an SEO ranking factor.
HitTail is a long tail keyword research tool which suggests relavant keywords based on your site’s current content, making it extremely useful for gaining targeted organic traffic and improves long term SEO.
This article takes a look into long tail keywords and explains how HitTail can be useful in your SEO efforts.
SEO is a very important aspect of any blog or website, and luckily WordPress is an excellent platform to start off with SEO-wise. With these plugins you can really take your SEO efforts beyond the basics and achieve the rankings you dream of. But remember, the number one rule for good SEO is: CREATE EPIC CONTENT!
One of the most common questions I get asked from people who are new to WordPress, and others who have already been using it for a while, is the following:
Can you tell me which are the best plugins for WordPress?
Now any best WordPress plugins list will probably differ in that the author will have preferences based on the kind of sites he has. However there are quite a number of plugins that I tend to use on most WordPress sites I build, and those are the ones I will be listing here today.
WordPress community is ever growing and developers always strive to come out with a better solution. When it comes to SEO, two plugins that come my mind are: All In One SEO Pack and WordPress SEO by Yoast. Of course you’ll need only one from these two plugins for your WordPress based site.
There seems to be a lot of interest lately in rich media snippets, otherwise known as microdata or microformats.
The plugin under review today makes use of this type of data to give us better results in our SEO marketing efforts.
Read on to see how Video SEO for WordPress SEO can improve click throughs from SERPs.