A sitemap is essential for deep crawling of your website contents. By having a sitemap, Google bots find it easy to crawl your site contents, and you can also tell Google which contents to crawl and which contents to avoid. For instance, you don’t have to show tags, categories of your websites on Google search results as it shows duplicate pages of your sites and you might get penalized by Google panda updates. … [Read more...] about Google XML Sitemaps Plugin WordPress: Automatic Sitemap Generator
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There are many tutorials and resources available on the internet that will help you set up a WordPress blog. Here are some of the tutorials I’ve written which you can use to guide you through the process of installing WordPress and setting up your blog: … [Read more...] about How Much Does it Cost to Start a Self-Hosted WordPress Blog?
Submitting sitemaps to Google Search console: When we submit a sitemap to Google, we do so using the Search console tool. Assuming that you have already verified your site in Google search console and that you have logged in to your webmaster tool dashboard here, you have your sitemap link ready to go. If you have used an offline tool to generate your sitemap, upload it to the root of your site like this: /sitemap.xml … [Read more...] about How to Submit Your Blog Sitemap to Google Search Console
Honestly, anyone can create a WordPress Blog and start blogging to get traffic. Apart from quality content, there are few SEO settings will make sure your WordPress blog is optimized for search engines. Whenever I talk about driving traffic to your site, it’s organic traffic which is best as it helps you to get targeted traffic. In this article, I will be sharing few WordPress SEO practices which you should implement on your blog from today, and it will help you to get more traffic from search engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing. … [Read more...] about 5 Basic WordPress SEO Practices for WordPress Bloggers
Go to WordPress Admin -> Settings -> All In One SEO Paste the meta code into the text area called “Additional Home Headers”. Go to the “Verify Ownership” page in Google’s Webmaster Tool and click on the “Verify” button. … [Read more...] about How To Verify WordPress Blog In Google Search Console Tool