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Thread: Best way to SEO wordpress?

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    i would like to suggest you yoast plugin its 100 % functionality for wordpress website

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    your website lacks content, put some quality content and better you get some quality backlinks

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    Yoast is the best SEO plugin on WordPress.It's much, much easier to do posting with it.
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    wordpress, blogger is a excellent way for blog post but content should be unique, its get maximum backlinks, and if off-page work have in proper way than get better backlinks to our website.
    Last edited by alex02; Dec 10th, 2015 at 05:28 AM.

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    I agree with the pro Yoast folks here. Great plugin for WordPress. Seems you like many of us here have entered a highly competitive niche. SEO is a hard process when it's highly competitive. Focus on getting links from relevant sites either through guest posts, or social media sharing. Target your local area hard with local keyword combinations (insert city here) and write new content often that focuses on low competition keywords.

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    There are so many SEO plugins out there and most of them are free. You can use them and its a good start. But dont forget that SEO is not just about installing a wp plugin. You need to analyze keywords, link building, sitemaps, internal and external links, good and unique content and ...
    You have a long way to go. But start today...

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    Set your website's On page properly using the Yoast plugin and start working on some Off page SEO techniques. This will help you to get good amount of traffic.

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    I suggest that you rethink your Title "Uncovered space" ...it sounds wierd... and it is not clear. Use a keywords that is related to web design and computers. like "Get your free website now" .......
    do local SEO also...it will really help

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    I wonder why everyone is recommending Yoast for this site? Has anyone looked at the code? I just did and I cannot see a single thing that would make me think it is a WordPress site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaMare View Post
    I wonder why everyone is recommending Yoast for this site? Has anyone looked at the code? I just did and I cannot see a single thing that would make me think it is a WordPress site.
    If my memory serves, this is a different site than when the OP originally posted back in September.


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