WordPress SEO: How to Add SEO to Any WordPress Site

They say “seek and ye shall find”… But that’s only true for your potential clients when your site is set up to be findable. That’s where WordPress SEO come in.

If you’re not optimizing your wordpress site for search engines, your competitors will be the ones that show up first and thus get the business.

For the most part your first priority when you’re getting your business going is to put up a web site. Period. Once you’ve got the site up and running, you can make tweaks based on the response of your market and clients.

But one of the most overlooked parts of tweaking your site once it’s up is the search engine optimization (SEO for short).

WordPress SEO How-to

Here’s a quick and easy video that takes you through how to add some SEO juice to any WordPress site, no matter what theme framework you’re running. Oh, and it’s free.

If you don’t know what meta tags are, or how to do keyword research to find out what words people are using to find your products and services… I’ve got you covered!

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Have a juicy search engine optimized week, and enjoy adding WordPress SEO mojo to your site. :)


21 Responses to WordPress SEO: How to Add SEO to Any WordPress Site

  1. Ok, so I just found you and have been eating up these little tidbits like candy!! I already have this plugin on my site, but was curious because I read something the other day that said Google’s everyday-changing algorithms are now actually docking points for sites with embedded non-visible data/tags? Wouldn’t this apply to something like All in one, or am I mistaken?? Have you seen/read this? Oh yea – THANKS FOR THE AWESOME INFO!!!!!

  2. @PdubEvents Hey this isn’t what they’re referring to here. These are meta tags, and are built-in to every web page on the web by design, so it’s not hiding anything, it’s actually expected. ;)

  3. I use a combination of two WP seo plugins. I love the All In One plugin for it’s ease of use and then I also use the Yoast plugin b/c they constantly update and it’s got all the microdata settings plugged in to help posts be rich snippet ready. So if you haven’t looked into those yet I would suggest them.

  4. Hey Nath,

    I’ve closed my site and I’m moving it over to a simple, free wordpress blog page as business is growing more by word of mouth. Should I use my actual name or my service (rawvegancoach or rawfoodcoach, for example) as my username? I ask since plugins aren’t permitted in the free wordpress blogs.


  5. I do not have a plug in option on my screen. I can screen shot it for you if you can email me. I really want to use this, and I do not see the plug in at all!

  6. Free wordpress themes will not allow you to add plug ins. Every time I hit the plug in arrow it redirected me to an upgrade page.