http://smartblogging.net Assuming that you’ve already done your keyword research using http://smartblogging.net/marketsamurai or http://smartblogging.net/googlekeywordtool and have found profitable keyword to target on your blog, then the next step will be to optimize your landing page.
So on this video I will show you some BASIC SEO tips for your WordPress blog, that you absolutely MUST DO to help you rank higher in the search engines for those terms.
5 Basic SEO Tips for WordPress
1. Keyword in the post title
2. Keyword within the content
3. Keyword in the H1, H2 and H3 tags
4. Keyword in the URL of the post
5. Keyword in the title Meta tags
You’ll need to consider that keyword tags really should consist of between 4 and 10 keywords. They should be listed with commas and really should correspond to the major search phrases you are targeting. Just about every word in this tag should appear somewhere in the body, or you might get penalized for irrelevance. No word should appear more than twice, or it can be considered spam.
These 5 very basic seo tips for wordpress blog mentioned above are essential for getting higher rankings.
So I what I’m going to do now, is show you an easy way to include all of these things in your blog post using a powerful SEO plugin called WordPress SEO.
Watch the video and let me know what you think. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about how I use SEO to rank my blog posts, contact me right away!
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