WordPress is our favorite content management system for SEO. It’s powerful, flexible, and easy to use. WordPress SEO goes beyond simply installing a plugin. You’ll need to configure it and more. Our Field Guide to SEO includes an entire section devoted to WordPress SEO. We also offer an SEO checklist, tools, and live monthly coaching to help you get your WordPress website found on Google. Learn more about guided SEO.
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When it comes to websites, performance matters. Visitors to your website expect a speedy experience. If your web pages load slowly, visitors will leave and sales will dwindle. It turns out that speed matters to the search engines as well. […]Read More
There are hundreds of plugins available to WordPress users looking to grow their website traffic via SEO. This makes the process of picking one overwhelming. Which WordPress SEO plugin is the best? How do you choose? In this post, we’ll […]Read More
What is a robots.txt file? Before search engines crawl your website, they check the robots.txt file for instructions. Robots.txt is a very powerful file, so tread lightly when updating it. Double-check that you are indeed communicating your intended goals. You […]Read More
By default, a WordPress website includes a robots.txt directive that prevents search engines from crawling and indexing it. This is helpful while the website is in development, as it prevents the development website from appearing in the search engine results. […]Read More
Improve your SEO by learning how to use an SEO plugin like Yoast to add page titles and meta descriptions to your WordPress website.Read More
WordPress page builders make it easy to quickly build beautiful pages. But, do they affect SEO? Maddy Osman and Pathfinder SEO evaluate.Read More