Wordpress SEO

January 1st in Wordpress SEO, Wordpress Training by .

A lot of fellow bloggers have asked me in the past how I got my start as a SEO professional for WordPress. WordPress is a wonderful CMS, and it does give you a good chance to get ranked higher on search engines if you know what you are doing. SEO for WordPress is not that much different from regular SEO. It’s just that WordPress has some known issues (e.g. duplicate content, permalinks, …) that you could fix easily if you have a basic knowledge of search engine optimization. For more advanced tactics, you won’t need to look for a WP specific resource. The are plenty of powerful SEO resources that give you a basic knowledge of search engine optimization, but if you want to get your hands on one that teaches you everything you need to know to optimize your WordPress blog for search engines and beyond, here are 3 courses you should consider picking up:

SEOBook: the best search engine training program on the web bar none. It got me started with my own journey in the world of search engine optimization, and it can help you gain a deep understanding of SEO over time. There are plenty of training modules and videos you can watch to pick up all kinds of tips. Add SEO tools that are available on this site, and you get a lot of bang for your buck. [click to continue…]

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October 27th in Wordpress SEO by .

Optimizing a WordPress blog for the search engines is more than just tweaking your title and description tags and hoping for the best. While paying attention to on-page SEO tactics can help you climb the search engine rankings, getting incoming links to your blog is the best way to make sure you drive enough traffic to your blog to get the exposure and credit you deserve in the blogging world. One of the best ways to get juicy links to your blog is by getting links from online directories. While directories are not as effective as they used to be, they can still help you take your business to the next level.

If you have submitted your blog to directories by hand before, you know how much effort it takes to submit to multiple directories manually. You have to create accounts per each directory, fill out forms, manage emails from these directories, and more when submitting your sites to directories. But thanks to Directory Maximizer, you can submit your website to over thousand of directories without you having to do much.

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