How to Perform Best Search Engine Optimization on WordPress

Search engine optimization is one of the most important to do things for various web master’s around the globe on this emerging Internet era. These days almost every second a domain is bought around the world and a website is hosted.

So obviously there exist’s a competition out there in the market among the webmaster’s, i.e, whose site to be ranked the most on Google. Better the page rank better is the chance to get good CTR and better the chance to convert them to audience and later on to customer’s.

Thus, Search Engine Optimization became and important checklist for various webmaster’s across the globe. Today in this article we will show you some of the best search engine optimization tips for WordPress which will help many bloggers or web masters to rank their site well.

Here We Go . . .

The very first step is to give a catchy title ( also meta title ) and description ( also  meta description ). The title should not be within 15 words and the description shouldn’t exceed 50 words.

Than choose a suitable keyword as your focus keyword for your niche and make sure the keyword have low competition in the market else it will not rank.

Use the keyword on the Title just once and try to place the keywords as near as possible. Than once the title part is over write 150 introduction paragraph about your niche and put your focus keyword once or twice not more than that otherwise it will look like you are doing keyword stuffing in your content and thus it will give you a negative SEO score in the eyes of Google. Along with your focus keyword which is a short tail keyword choose another long tail keyword on your niche. This long tail keyword should be related to your niche’s search queries on the search engine’s.

There a simple point which you must follow, the overall keyword density of your niche should not exceed 2.5% and also it should not go below 1.5 %. Maintaining this percentage is very much important if you wanna have a good SEO boost on your niche.

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