WordPress SEO: The Only Guide You Need
A lot has changed since I first wrote this article many years ago. It was an article I put so much time and energy into and that stood out beyond anything else other SEO bloggers were writing at the time.
It picked up dozens of links from the top websites.
Looking back, it’s funny to see how lacklustre this content would be today. People just wouldn’t put out an article this “short” or styled in a similar way. It’s funny to watch how much the web has changed.
As many of you will know, I love WordPress. I use it on most of my affiliate sites which make me thousands of dollars per month and I also use it on my blogs, such as this one. I’m certainly not alone when it comes to utilising this CMS though — tens of millions of sites online are powered by the software.
For all the great things there are to be said about WordPress, though, out-of-the-box SEO certainly isn’t one of its strong points. As I use the software so much and make a lot of my income thanks to search engine traffic, I have come to learn what works best in terms of optimizing your WordPress setup.