WordPress Melbourne Meetup – WordPress & SEO

WordPress is a great CMS platform that offers anyone the chance to easily scale their projects up and ensure they are SEO friendly from the ground up. WordPress is a great platform for SEO because of the 19,098 plugins available you can be certain to find a number of plugins to do everything you need. This presentation highlights some common issues, and suggests some great SEO plugins to easily resolve the issue and make your site SEO friendly.

  1. WordPress Melbourne Meetup WordPress & SEO
  2. How to improve WordPress for SEO • Reduce Pingback/comment spam • Enable Permalinks • Google Analytics • XML Sitemaps • Work Smarter with SEO Plugins • Ensure you use 301s • Optimise Internal Links • Manage Multiple Sites • Improve Load times • Quick Contact Forms • Monetise Your Site
  3. Reduce Comment Spam (WP Settings)
  4. Don’t Chase Algorithms
  5. Enable Permalinks (Keyword URLs)
  6. Dynamic URLs
  7. Static URLs
  8. Dynamic Website Structure
  9. Static Website Structure
  10. Google Analytics (Easy Tagging)
  11. XML Sitemaps (Google XML Sitemaps)
  12. Visualize How Much Google Indexes
  13. Work Smarter with SEO Plugins
  14. Control SEO elements at Post/Page Level
  15. Reduce Duplicate Content (Canonical)
  16. Control SEO elements at Post/Page Level
  17. Ensure You Redirect Old Pages
  18. Optimising Relationship Between Sites
  19. Optimising Relationship Between Sites
  20. Optimising Relationship Between Sites
  21. Optimising Relationship Between Sites
  22. Optimising Relationship Between Sites
  23. Optimising Relationship Between Sites
  24. Smarter Internal Links (Similarity)
  25. Smarter Internal Links (Similarity)
  26. Manage Multiple Sites (ManageWP)
  27. Check Page Load times (Pingdom)
  28. Improve Page Load Times (W3 Total Cache)
  29. Quick Contact Form (Goals)
  30. Contact Form 7 (Quick Forms)
  31. Monetise your Site (VigLink)
  32. Use Adsense Plugins for Testing