Posted by: modemmack | October 19, 2009

WordPress SEO Solutions

I’ve started to make the appropriate adjustment for search engine optimization. My first step was reading the SEO Starter Guide pdf on the moodle site. Once I read a few more urls, I found that I already had most of the SEO friendly criteria implemented.

1. SEF friendly URLs. I implemented this early when I started using WordPress. All of my urls are created based on the title of the blog entry or the page title.

2. The meta tags on all of the pages are descriptive of the content on the page, or at least they will be.

3. The page titles are descriptive for easy search engine query.

4. I guess I’ll need to go into the templates, and make sure that the tags are up to standards for SEO.

5. The last thing I did was install a plugin called “All in One SEO” that did much of the heavy lifting for getting my site to be more SEO friendly.

Well that was pretty much it. Have a nice day.


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