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If you have a WordPress website, you already have one of the best tools for creating content that is highly optimized for search engines. WordPress’s link structure and tools for applying meta tags and other HTML elements are ready and waiting for you. The question is; do you know what to do with them? If you’ve ever asked yourself, “How am I supposed to improve my website’s search engine optimization?” this post is for you.
Take AIM for WordPress SEO
We’ve been sharing articles about search engine optimization (SEO) for years, and we help clients learn how to maximize their SEO efforts on an almost daily basis. So it seemed like a natural thing to combine those articles into a single resource where visitors can get the full scoop on optimizing their WordPress websites. All of the concepts and most of the strategies found in these articles can be applied to any website, but the specific tools referred to are WordPress specific, so be forewarned. To visit any of the orignal articles, just click on the title.
AIM’s SEO Library:
This is a good place to start if you’re new to the world of search engine optimization and doing business on the Internet. You may find that a lot of assumptions you have about the web are dead wrong.
Our beginner’s guide to keywords: what are they, how do you find effective keywords, what’s a long-tail keyword and how are keywords used.
Knowing how to apply keywords in your page or post is the real trick. This Top 10 Keyword Strategies review shows you how to use your keywords on a WordPress website to maximize the search engine impact of your content.
You may have heard the phrase, “content is king!” with respect to the Internet. Recent changes at Google make that saying even truer today than when the phrase was first coined. Fresh, engaging, relevant content—with written content enthroned as king of the hill—is the one strategy that will always succeed in your SEO battle for page-one placement. This article details why that is so.
Learn about the Description meta tag—the little description that shows up in the search results—and how you can sell your content to people reading search engine results.
We cover the hows and whys of optimizing images for search. It’s a bigger deal than you might think.
The tag system in WordPress is ideally suited to providing links to relevant content on your website.
This tip is a creative way to add some SEO juice to the author link, which often accompanies posts.
An observation and tip regarding the variability of keywords.
If there’s an SEO topic not covered in one of these resource articles, please let us know and we’d be glad to address it.