30 Dec '15, 8pm

On-Site #SEO 101 for #WordPress Bloggers:

On-Site #SEO 101 for #WordPress Bloggers:

As far as SEO is concerned, longer posts = better search engine placement, and also tends to be an indicator of better social sharing. Posts should be a minimum of 500 words, but that standard is starting to creep closer to the 600 word mark. Start thinking about ways to get links back to your blog. Without getting into a lot of detail, which is beyond the scope of this post, the higher the authority of the website that links to you, the higher SEO placement you’ll enjoy as a result. A good way to start getting backlinks is to guest post on other people’s blogs with a link back to your website in the bio.

Full article: https://www.semrush.com/blog/learn-the-basics-on-site-seo...

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