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Search Engine Optimization => SEO Basics => Topic started by: sindhu on 04-10-2017, 01:59:22

Title: SEO for WordPress website
Post by: sindhu on 04-10-2017, 01:59:22
Hi,

I  am doing SEO for WordPress website. I added meta tags using SEO plugin and i added google search console also. its been a week now. But still my title tag is not properly appear on Google. For example my site title is website template | kore template but google displays kore template: website template. instead of "|" google displays ":". I don't know how to rectify it. Please give me some suggestion.

Thanks in advance.
Title: Re: SEO for WordPress website
Post by: hynds on 04-11-2017, 06:49:59
If you're using Wordpress, I would suggest you install Yoast SEO, this plugin will cover almost your SEO onpage instantly and you don't need to remember each factor when writing the post.
Title: Re: SEO for WordPress website
Post by: deekumar0203 on 05-20-2017, 00:52:59
SEO can be performed on any of the platforms yet, Word press seems to be more effective due to easy CMS based Systems and Free Plug-Ins. Here are some of the optimum ways to optimize the website:-

1) First of all, you are required to Install and activate the Yoast SEO Plug-in which is quite easy to use and understand.

2) Optimize the Pages, Posts, Images through Title, Meta tags, Meta description, Alt tags etc.

3) Check out the quality of content and maintain optimum keyword density. Keyword stuffing should be avoided.

4) Integrate Blog section and post content on weekly basis. Make sure to optimize each blog post and images

5) Perform Interlinking, yet avoid too much or interlinking.

6) Fetch Homepage URL and relevant URL through off page techniques like Directory submission, social bookmarking, business listing, profiling and all.
Title: Re: SEO for WordPress website
Post by: steffidsouza46 on 05-21-2017, 12:31:36
By default a WordPress site has these two, but you can add more. When used correctly, a good taxonomy system can boost your site's SEO. The opposite is also true: when used wrong, it'll break things.
 However, these still play a role in crawling your posts for relevance. Yoast checks these subheadings and informs you whether the keyword is missing or not. Most experts believe that inserting the keyword at least once into a subheading is ideal for search engines and readers.