4 SEO Tips for WordPress blog

by Hough on December 3, 2011

Every one loves blogging with WordPress. i am also one of them, who migrated to WordPress from blogspot. 🙂 but after starting blogging with WordPress, i did some major mistakes. So guys please avoid it. for these reason i am posting this 4 SEO tips for every one who doing blogging with WordPress.

1) Use keyword-heavy titles.

Keyword density was once consideration of as the final measure of a website’s search possible. Marketers would stuff their content with keywords, frequently to the point that it resembled machine-style baloney.

Now, most marketers know that keyword density is not the final measure of SEO value. Websites that rank classically do not use keyword-heavy content, but keyword-heavy post titles. When on earth you are writing a blog post, research keywords first to get an idea of what your market is searching for and afterward use those keywords in your title.

2) Use the All-in-One WordPress SEO plug-in.

Simply put, no other WordPress plug-in is as valuable to online marketers as the All-in-One SEO Pack. Offering a buffet of SEO options for marketers, this plug-in allows WordPress users to optimize their post URLs and categories intended for maximum SEO power, dominate default meta and title tags, and even highlight potential keywords to target. Simple, quick, and powerful — this plug-in is a have to for all WordPress sites.

3) Enable comments.

Comments add huge things to your website: fresh content, and outbound links. The first is a godsend in the eyes of search engines. While extra marketers slave to produce fresh content for their websites physically, a fairly popular WordPress blog can live off the SEO-friendly content shaped by its commenter. But make sure you use some captch plugin or other security to avoid spam comments.

4) Be visible.

Sometimes the most basic mistakes are also the most shocking. Almost all modern versions of WordPress include a choice of visibility options. Users can select to construct their blog visible to all, block it from any viewing, or simply block search engines from indexing the content.

Of course, no marketer would want to block their blog from search engines. On the other hand, some automated WordPress installers — mainly Fantastico and cPanel installers — block WordPress from search engines by default. To turn around this, simply use your WordPress dashboard to change privacy options back to “visible by anyone”.

hope this 4 tips helps you to get your blogging in a new way. All the best! 🙂

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