SEO Checklist items for WordPress blogs
Last Updated on November 15, 2020 by scottkandh
As I learn more and more about SEO, I’m updating this post to put what’s been learned in order to help you achieve higher SEO bullets. To keep it simple, instead of adding updated changes to the bottom of this post under the heading: Updated Changes (where most of them are now).
I’m going to put the updates right up front here for you, and make it easier so that you don’t have to go hunting and pecking for new information.
Speaking of easy, if you like this post, please subscribe to my blog. As your gift for subscribing you’ll be provided with this post in an e-Book format. It’s a handy reference, and easier for you to use to boost your SEO.
Yoast SEO has put out yet another update, there up to version 15.1.2. One of the coolest things about this update is that now the folks at Yoast have combined their knowledge with SEMRush technology. So that when you’re trying to rack your brains for what’s a good keyword, you can click on a button (only available in the premium version) that will look up the keyword suggestions.
At the time I wrote this I wasn’t using another useful Yoast SEO feature called internal linking suggestions. Yoast will examine the contents of your post and suggest posts/pages for you to optimize your site structure.
If you already haven’t started putting any cornerstone contents on your blog now would be the time. Cornerstone contents are the pivotal posts on your blog to drive people to popular blogs and bring all of the other posts together. To learn more about Cornerstone Content visit the Yoast website.
When I first started learning about SEO you might want to read the blog post called Reflections on week’s progress 7/21 – 7/26/20. That’s about the time that I discovered Search Engine Optimization was very important to understand as soon as possible to get a good handle on it, and I highly recommend you start to apply it early in your blogging endeavors. You don’t have to master it, but it’s going to be very helpful in the long run.
A related blog article to this one is Boost SEO for Pinterest.
When you’re done with this blog post, I encourage you to visit Blogging Basic Series, (pictured above) where I’ve placed my blogs together so they’re easier to see in one collective place.
NOTE: There’s a waitlist for The SEO Hive’s upcoming SEO course! Want to be first to know when it’s up for grabs? Pop yourself to the link below and Kate will let you know as soon it’s available – https://webhivedigital.com/the-seo-hive-waitlist/
2nd Update: This new update at the bottom of the post is called:
Google Analytics for WordPress by MonsterInsights Headline Analyzer.
1st Update: As I learn more and more about SEO, I’m updating this post to put what’s been learned in order to help you achieve higher SEO bullets. To keep it simple, I’ve added the updated changes at the bottom of this post under the heading: Updated Changes.
Note: This post is doing extremely good, so I’m not changing the headline of this post for the mere purpose that it could get more clicks. More importantly, I wanted to bring to your attention that with the program above and Yoast SEO you should be able to tremendously boost your Search Engine Optimization.
This blog is a a revamp of a blog earlier wrote (the 2nd image below) regarding the pursuit of developing a search engine optimization (SEO) checklist for WordPress blogs. In the first blog: “Preventing SEO Trial and Error methods with Yoast” I researched and explored several different websites and “attempted” to pull it all together in a reader’s digest condensed format.
However, it wasn’t neatly organized and missed a few key things in the checklist that were mentioned. Hence, it was not very user friendly for referring to for improving your search engine optimization. Hopefully, you’ll like this new format a lot better after I made a hunt to ensure everything was in the checklist and you shouldn’t have to toggle back and forth between different pages to find out how to do this or that.
For example, one common thing commonly referred to for optimizing search engine optimization (SEO) is using active voice and the right percentage (greater than 33%) of transitions. These two tables have been inserted into this revamped blog. If you had to print out anything at all on this blog, at a minimum it would be these two tables until your comfortable without referring to them.
Why should you Optimize your individual posts & pages?
When writing or editing your post, there are a number of elements you need to pay special attention to in order to make it search engine optimization friendly.
Search engine optimization friendly doesn’t just mean that it’s easy for a search engine to grasp the topic of a page. More importantly, in a single glance a visitor gets a glimpse of your page before even going there in the first place.
Once they’ve visited your site, the things that determine if they are going to remain on your site are readability. Factors like headings, subheadings, images, etc..
Before proceeding, please take a moment to take the quiz below to test your SEO knowledge, especially useful for bloggers within their first 30 days or so.
Personal challenge of using Yoast SEO Plug-in
My challenge to you is to take this challenge of utilizing my checklist and run down the laundry list of items exclusively without the aid of Yoast plug-in. Upon the process of writing this blog I’m doing the same before I prompt Yoast SEO to help me with the rest that might bring the SEO to a higher level. This will familiarize you how to change your bullets from grey to orange, and in most instances orange to green.
NOTE: At the time this was written, the Headline Analyzer wasn’t available, be sure to look at the bottom of this page to see how your headlines score.
For clarification, I’ve ran down my checklist of items and I thought for sure that my bullets were going to be green since I methodically ran down the list to ensure I touched on every subject. But both of my bullets were orange. So I’m now turning my attention over to the Yoast Plug-in to see what it recommends (and then decide if there are a few things I can change, which are usually my use of transitions and active voice). Here’s goes nothing, pressing the button (to improve your post with Yoast SEO). Note: You might have to switch over from Block to Document in case it’s not visible.
As I suspected, my use of transition words measured up to 23.7 so I have a little ways to go. If there’s a lot of content within the blog, it can be achieved. For shorter blogs, leave it alone.
SEO Analysis Results
Yoast Plug-in has a very nice feature that has an eye displayed to the right of some of your results. If you click on the eye, it’ll highlight those areas that are referenced by the Yoast Plug-in.
One problem that comes up on a frequent basis is the subheading distribution where text in some sections is longer than 300 words. The suggestion in those instances is to separate those long sections with the use of subheadings. Unfortunately, Yoast doesn’t provide you with the an eye on those areas that require your attention so you have to do a little hunt and peck to break up items if it’s applicable.
Right now, I thought I was shy of getting a green bullet for Readability analysis because there’s two orange bullets in improvements (under Analysis results).
1) More than 300 words
2) Use of transition words only went up to 24.2%.
Remember; however, it’s not always necessary to have a green bullet beside every Yoast suggestion. Not every bullet has to be green in order to rank.
Use these two pieces of advice from Yoast:
1. Pursue the green bullet wisely; use the SEO analysis tool correctly!
Moving on to SEO Analysis Results
My bullet for SEO analysis is Orange. One common thing that I miss inputting into SEO analysis is Keyphrase synonyms. It’s been added to the checklist items but it’s not readily apparent right now where that field is located. It’d be helpful to know so I’ll make myself a mental note for the next blog to see where it’s located. The simplest way to find synonyms is to type the word(s) in Microsoft Word, highlight the word, right click your mouse and select Synonyms.
This blog is one of those instances that concentrates on the content and I’m not tempted to change any of the five problems identified to get a green bullet. However, there’s one suggestion that merits a little more work on my part by incorporating some of the keyphrase synonyms identified in some of the higher level subheadings. FYI, my keyphrase synonyms for this blog are: hint, pursuit, quest, explore, and SEO checklist. The synonyms were added and it didn’t make a difference so this blog is going to press without the green bullet.
Oops, was getting ready to push that publish button, however, by making a few changes here and there my passive voice changed to 10.1 and lost the green bullet. So it’ll require just a little more effort on my part to get rid of that extra “0.1% for a green bullet. Back to the drawing board. At least one of my bullets is going to be green. (Note: as mentioned, it’s a little trial and error). By typing this last part of the sentence without changing anything else resulted in a green bullet, go figure?! Ready for press.
Free Yoast SEO Checklist
Keywords and Keyphrases
☐ Find relevant Keywords – free keyword tools (in no particular order)
Select the keyword(s) with the highest volume relevant to your page/post
☐ Focus on using your keyphrase used in your introduction.
- Use the Keyword(s) in Title, Description, and the introductory 1st paragraph. For best SEO results write the exact match of your keyphrase in the SEO title, and put the keyphrase at the beginning of the title.
☐ Avoid using passive voice – use Active voice. See examples below:
Passive voice Active alternative A book is bought by me. I buy a book. A book is being bought by me. I am buying a book. A book has been bought by me. I have bought a book. A book was bought by me. I bought a book. A book was being bought by me. I was buying a book. A book had been bought by me. I had bought a book. A book will be written by me. I will write a book. A book will have been written by me. I will have written a book.
Yoast: You’ll get a green bullet if less than 10% of your sentences have passive voice. It’ll turn red if you go over 15%. Passive voice makes your writing more distant, and your message less clear. Writing in the active voice makes your writing stronger!
Transitions are words containing and, but, so, because, etc. They display to the reader how the previous sentences or phrases are connected to one another and bring flow to your work making it easier to read.
Transition Example word/phrase Example sentence Cause and effect Therefore, as a result, so, consequently I’m tired. Therefore, I’m going to bed. Clarification That is to say, in other words, to clarify We’re letting you go. In other words, you’re fired. Contrast But, however, on the other hand I am not fond of fruit. However, I do like bananas. Example For example, for instance In the evening, I like to relax. For instance, I enjoy watching TV. Emphasis Above all, most importantly, certainly There are many reasons to exercise regularly. Above all, it keeps you healthy. Enumeration Firstly/secondly, further, and, moreover, in addition Today, I’m going to write a post. In addition, I’m recording some video lessons. Time Meanwhile, during, subsequently, after that I’ll start by telling you what transition words are. After that, I’ll tell you why you should always use them. Similarity Likewise, similarly, in the same vein She tried really hard to entertain her guests. Similarly, he put all his heart and soul in cooking a great dinner. Summarize/conclude In conclusion, to sum up, in short, in summary, to summarize. In conclusion, transition words are an important aspect of SEO copywriting.
Yoast: The transition words check in Yoast SEO assesses whether or not you use enough transition words. If at least 30% of the sentences in your text contain a transition word, the bullet will be green. You’ll get an orange bullet if you use them in more then 20%, or in less than 30% of your sentences. The bullet will turn red if less than 20% of the sentences of your text contain a transition word. That’s less than 1 in 5 sentences.
☐ Structure your post with Headlines and Links: 1 external, one internal
Shorten any lengthy paragraphs. People don’t like long pieces of text.
(break up lengthy paragraphs with Headings and transitions).
☐ Use of
no-follow links – they shouldn’t be used (that’s why the no-follow links has a strike-thru)! Note: To identify if there are any no-follow links on your website go to: https://varvy.com/tools/linkcount/
☐ At least one External Link to A High Authority Source – link is away from your website.
☐ At least one Internal Link to another page on Your Website – link stays within your website. Check out LinkWhisper.com for the free plug-in that will help to automate making internal links on your website.
Images and Misc.
☐ Aim to include at least 2 images on every page of your website. Use proper file name etiquette for images. Rename the image before it’s uploaded (i.e. Pinterest Artwork.jpg instead of IMG052.jpg.
☐ Alt – Text: Click on your image and then type in a description of your image.
☐ Word Count – Pages / posts not less than 500 words. If your copy and pasting from Word. The number of words in Microsoft Word gets displayed in the bottom left hand corner next to page x of y.
Goal to shoot for is between 1,000 and 1,200 words. It’s okay to go over, Google appreciates detailed articles. Focus on providing quality content not quantity.
Search Engine Optimization
☐ Metadescription: Click on Edit Sniplet (located on the left side) to edit the metadescription (this requires installing the Yoast SEO plug-in). Add link.
If it’s not visible, click the down arrow on “Google preview”. The length of the metadescription has up to 156 characters available, use the space and shoot for more than 120 characters.
☐ The keyphrase synonyms (words that have the same meaning) do not need to be separated by commas (just use spaces in between).
To summarize, look at feedback provided (within Yoast) to see what can be improved for Yoast SEO readability and SEO analysis. Furthermore, look at the next section for one-time changes that can be done for improvement.
☐ Keyphrase density: The focus keyphrase that used for your blog should be recommended a minimum of x amount of times based on the length of your text. To the best of my knowledge there’s no way to plan for this ahead of time, except for to check in the analysis results for suggestions.
☐ Optimize images – Optimize on-page imagery optimization with Optimole plug-in. It runs seamlessly in the background.
Very Important Note: Do not install Optimole plug-in if you’re already running Jetpack by WordPress Plug-in (it’ll cause a conflict that some of your pictures won’t be visible).
☐ Use of Categories: Minimum of 5 to 10 well-structured categories. Categories provide clarification of your site’s structure.
☐ Does your page have no images? To give your page a boost, add an image, preferably 2 images.
☐ Have at least one Social Image within Your SEO Plugin (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram). Add the social link via the plug-in SEO name.
☐ Install the plug-in Google Analytics for WordPress by Monster Insights to see how visitors are directed to your website and to keep ‘em coming back.
☐ Pinterest users only – Sign up for the 5-day Pinterest Challenge to boost your Pinterest traffic and Pinterest Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and simultaneously your blog. Pinterest has their own algorithms for SEO.
SEO title width check in Yoast SEO
Luckily the snippet preview can help you out! The green line underneath the SEO title turns red when your title is too long, or too short. So keep an eye on that, and use the feedback to create great titles!
One common occurrence is notification the title width check in Yoast is too long. The Site title was conjoined with the page/post title. Solution: Go to Customize > Site Identity and shorten the length of your title (i.e. Pinterest Artwork – A Blog for Pinterest users – shortened to Pinterest Artwork.
#1 – Look at title and shorten the title
#2 – Then look at the title in the snippet and keep an eye on the line to turn green.
Your keyphrase should be in the slug. It has to make clear what your page is about immediately.
“There is one thing to keep in mind here. You can use a slug only once, so you should use it for the right page. For example: the URL for this article is https://yoast.com/slug/, which is very specific. Now, we’re not going to write another article with the same topic. This informative article is the central point for information about slugs on our website. But if this were just an additional post, and we were planning to write a main article about this topic later, we’d have a problem. You’ll understand why: because the slug would already be taken. So, do consider the page’s level or position on your website.”
The use of tags and the difference between tags and categories:
Tags and categories help us structure our content. You can often find these in the visual metadata at for instance blog posts, or in a list of clickable links in the sidebar of a website. Tags are sometimes represented as a tag cloud, although most websites refrain from using that element these days. There is a clear difference between tags and categories, but a lot of users mix them up. Now in most cases, that won’t matter for the end user. But for instance, in WordPress, there are some benefits to using categories for certain segmentations and tags for others.
According to the WordPress definition, categories allow you to broadly group post topics, while you can use tags to describe your post in more detail.
In an ideal world, we would use categories to group the content on your website into — say — eight to ten global segments. On our blog, these segments are for instance Analytics, Content SEO, eCommerce and Technical SEO. By maintaining a limited set of categories, you can keep your website, and your content focused. Now, of course, you can dissect the content even further, going to more particular groupings. For that, you should use tags.
This post has been updated to reflect changes with a new program that just became available on August 7th, 2020.
There’s a new version to bring your SEO to the next level that helps to increase your web traffic called Headline Analyzer (from Google Analytics for WordPress by MonsterInsights).
The staff at MonsterInsights were using this program and loved it so much that now they’ve made it available for the rest of us to use.
Judge for yourself, I honestly believe that the added content to this post is going to be unbelievably valuable to significantly boost your SEO for Blogging.
By combining the power of Yoast and Google analytics MonsterInsights Plugin Header Analyzer you can get those green bullets on your SEO Analysis as well as readability with the information outlined above and increase the likelihood of getting your headlines clicked.
With this aid of this new program, you can try entering different headlines for your post title to see how it compares and beefs up your potential to get clicked.
Note of caution: Don’t change the title (and your URL) if you’re already had already had it published and it’s getting a lot of shares (that can be visible with the aid of the Social Warfare plug-in).
Online Method of Headline Analyzer
Below is a screenshot from the Online Method. Simply type in your headline. Then it will tell you how your Headline can be improved and make it more compelling to attract more clicks through a combination of words categorized as emotion, uncommon, and power words (these types of words are listed further below).
Headline Analyzer thru plug-in method
For the Headliner Analyzer, there are two tabs at the top of your WordPress page/post. I used this blog title for the screenshot below. With the aid of this new program I’m able to significantly increase the likelihood of getting my blogs clicked. For example, one of the last blogs posted, Blogging Basic Series – You need to know useful checklist and Best Blogs) reflected a 93 out of 100.
1. Current Score
2. Try New Headline
Enter a different headline than your post title to see how it compares.
Score “SEO Checklist Items For WordPress Blogs” – 37
A good score is between 40 and 60. For best results, strive for 70 and above.
Can Be Improved
Compare the percentages of your results to the goal for each category and adjust as necessary. Words described below can be located at: https://www.monsterinsights.com/headline-analyzer/ . To create an irresistible headline, try to include at least one word from each bank:
- Uncommon words
- Emotional words
- Power words
Uncommon Words – Goal: 10 – 20%
NOTE: I’ve provided a table of each of the banks and I placed a pin for each of the banks. That way you’ll be able to utilize the method (a pin or a list) that works best for you to improve the SEO on your Blog and save it as a ready reference.
Right One Years Good World Watch Media Way Social Love Down ﬁrst Mind More Beautiful You’ll Year Really Seen Think Dog Ways Something Actually Found Video Never Heart Awesome Out Being See Photos Baby Need Now Happened Girl Look Guy Thing Best Reasons Makes Its Know Valentines Boy Man Make Old People Time Made Better Want Little Here New Life
Emotional Words – Goal: 10 – 15%
Emotional power words – Trust
Admiration, to admire
Emotional power words – Fear
Failure, to fail
Steal, stolen, plunder
Emotional power words – Surprise
Enchantment, enchanting, to enchant
Emotional power words – Sadness
Sobbing, to sob
Emotional power words – Disgust
Repellent, to repel, repulsive
Emotional power words – Anger
Hatred, to hate
Emotional power words – Anticipation
Charming, to charm
Discovery, to discover
Enthusiasm, to enthuse
Inspiration, to inspire
Longing, to long for
Yearning, to yearn
Lies Sure Forbidden Hate Epic Whip To The Surrender When You See Hypnotic Seize Is The Ruthless Vibrant Official Obnoxious Famous Sick and Tired Stuck Up Greed In A Fresh on the Mind Results Strangle Priced Hazardous Mistakes Jail Peril Like A Normal Vindication Dumb Refugee Lost Wondrous Hoax Pound In the World Stunning What This Lowest Lick Freebie Hack You Need To Might Look Like A Fail Snob Mired Sniveling Luxurious Wanton Feast Force-fed That Will Make You Shameless Plague Mind-blowing ﬁre Remarkably Loathsome The Best Looks Like A Happy Research Invasion Revenge Tailspin No Good Moneyback Triple ﬂeece Meltdown Valor Frugal Frantic Surprising Private Protected Off-limits Whopping Victory Spectacular Silly Panic Fulﬁll Skyrocket Preposterous Grit Hidden The Most Rich Inexpensive Pluck Secure No Questions Asked The Ranking Of Embarrass Myths Turn the Tables Dollar Never Again Scary Lawsuit Jeopardy Stupid Pitfall Lunatic Nightmare Unauthorized Devoted You See Money Insidious Frightening Surprisingly Tank Double Offer Refund ﬂoundering Killer Smash Spirit Teetering Empower Taboo Underhanded For The ﬁrst Time Jaw-dropping Viral Tawdry Irresistibly Triumph Disastrous Helpless Massive Unexpected Worry Lurking This Is What Happens Feeble Unbelievably Frenzy Marked Down To Be Disinformation Insanely Painful Of The Try Before You Buy Eye-opening In The Jubilant Overcome Uncommonly That Will Ironclad Payback Terror Six-ﬁgure On The Risky Searing Looming Outlawed Vaporize Staggering Gullible Unscrupulous Prize Lust Tantalizing Drowning Jackpot Help Are The Soaring Surge How to Make Fantastic What Happened Tempting You Need to Know Uplifting Unusually Piranha This Is The When You Trap Extra Temporary ﬁx Undo Quadruple Line Toxic Pay Zero Is What Happens When That Will Make Will Make You It Looks Like A Know It All Dirty Minute Faith Horriﬁc Shatter Proﬁt Had Enough Revolting Truth Thrilling Foul Treasure Wounded Poor Destroy Disgusting Fooled The Reason Why Is Under Pointless Reclaim Thrilled Provocative Hope Plunge Lonely Swindle Smuggled Fearless ﬂush Vulnerable Wicked Warning Exposed Excited This Is What What Happens When Sinful Devastating Privacy Tired Spine Gift Smug Illegal Slaughter Grateful Explode Plummet Gambling Played Volatile Rave High This Is Targeted Shellacking Make You Verify Scream Lying Pale Tech You See What Forgotten Fool Reckoning Prison Evil Energize Sleazy Money-grubbing Punish What Happens Murder Hurricane Pummel Withheld Victim
Power Words – Goal: At least one power word
|Delivered||The Truth About||Perspective|
|Bottom Line||Alert Famous||Revolutionary|
|To The||Surrender||When You See|
|Obnoxious||Famous||Sick and Tired|
|Stuck Up||Greed||In A|
|Fresh On The Mind||Results||Strangle|
|Jail||Peril||Like A Normal|
|Pound||In The World||Stunning|
|Freebie||Hack||You Need To|
|Might Look Like A||Fail||Snob|
|That Will Make You||Shameless||Plague|
|Loathsome||The Best||Looks Like A|
|Pluck||Secure||No Questions Asked|
|The Ranking Of||Embarrass||Myths|
|Turn The Tables||Dollar||Never Again|
|Taboo||Underhanded||For The ﬁrst Time|
|Worry||Lurking||This Is What Happens|
|Marked Down||To Be||Disinformation|
|Try Before You Buy||Eye-opening||In The|
|Jackpot||Help Are The||Soaring|
|Surge||How to Make||Fantastic|
|What Happened||Tempting||You Need to Know|
|This Is The||When You||Trap|
|Pay Zero||Is What Happens When||That Will Make|
|Will Make You||It Looks Like A||Know It All|
|Disgusting||Fooled||The Reason Why Is|
|Exposed||Excited||This Is What|
|What Happens When||Sinful||Devastating|
|You See What||Forgotten||Fool|
Your headline has a neutral sentiment. Headlines that are strongly positive or negative tend to get more engagement then neutral ones.
Headlines that are lists and how-to get more engagement on average than other types of headlines. Read about Why these 21 headlines went viral.
Here were the scores for this blog title. As previously mentioned, I wouldn’t suggest changing the URL title after the post has already been published.
Character Count – 34 – Too Short. You have space to add more keywords and power words to boost your rankings and click-through rate.
Word Count – 6 – Good. Your headline has the right amount of words. Headlines are more likely to be clicked on in search results if they have about 6 words.
Beginning and Ending Words
SEO Checklist Items
for WordPress Blogs
Most readers only look at the first and last 3 words
of a headline before deciding whether to click.
Search Preview – A snippet of what your headline will look like in Google Search results
SEO Checklist Items For
Try New Headline
Enter a different headline than your post title to see how it compares. (Enter a different headline for comparison). For example, after inputting Search Engine Optimization Checklist Items for WordPress Blogs and pressing the Analyze button the score jumped to a 40. Note of Caution: If your page/post is already published and your getting shares don’t change the title for the mere purpose of getting a better score.
After you do the analysis, you’ll see the new score and the previous score and the comparison to how much your current score has changed.
Your headline has a neutral sentiment.
Headlines that are strongly positive or negative tend to get more engagement then neutral ones.
This headline analyzer was part of MonsterInsights to help
increase my website traffic.
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Other SEO Tutorials for Bloggers – Beginning to Expert level
As I come across other SEO tutorials, I’m starting to develop a list of other SEO Tutorials for Bloggers that range from Beginner to Expert level.
Beginner’s SEO Tutorials
Intermediate SEO Tips
The Ultimate SEO Guide for Bloggers – What is SEO?
Advanced SEO Tips
SEO Consultants / Tips Not yet reviewed:
I love the series of Books for Dummies so this first link was pretty cool.
Search engine optimization (SEO) is vital to driving traffic to your blog via organic search. And there are many ways, besides using well-researched keywords in blog posts, to make your blog more attractive to search engines. You can learn how to get started with SEO in this guide.
Tania advises doing your SEO research before you start blogging so you don’t have to fix things later.”Ashley Grant – Female bloggers share tips for blogging for a living
Recommended SEO Programs (other than Yoast SEO)
I was trying to compare two SEO programs SEMRush and Ahrefs. These two are a little more on the expensive side to use.
Ubersuggest really caught my eye when it comes down to the Site Audit that they’ll perform. The program recognized nearly 80 meta descriptions that hadn’t been updated. I was able to whittle the list down to less than 10 pages. I didn’t think that was much of a deal when I first started so I was leaving them blank. The report clearly told me what pages/posts needed to have meta descriptions.
Within 12 hours, this post, one of best-shared posts received nearly 50 shares. So there’s something to it. I can’t wait to see what kind of progress I have in a week after using Ubersuggest and their recommended 7-week action plan to improve “my” SEO.
Ubersuggest – has a 7 day trial period.
SemRush ( A little expensive though).
The Importance of SEO
As your SEO articles climb higher and higher in search engine rankings, the exposure of each article increases, and more visitors will see your content. The more traffic you receive, the more money you make, whether you intend to earn it from ads, affiliate sales, a product you created, or your own services.Jacob M – Effective SEO copywriting hints to increase your traffic in 2020
Many entrepreneurs, however, focus a little bit more on SEO, which can be a mistake if their readers are neglected. The purpose of this article is to teach you how to maximize your traffic from search engines, while also satisfying your readers and maintaining quality content.
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