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Discussion in 'Wordpress' started by Shwetali, Apr 1, 2019.
Is wordpress website helps to make effective SEO with the help of plugins
Wordpress is no better or worse than anything else. Most of your SEO comes from the site structure, content, navigation, trustmarks, citations and nowadays ,responsiveness and speed of loading. You only need a plugin to manage the page titles and meta description.
Agreed with words of @fisicx as he well said for the relation of WordPress & SEO. WordPress is just an online platform for Blogging or Website & SEO depends on most of the rest things.
WordPress is good to go for SEO as most of the sites are in WordPress and they are also ranking well.
Not quite right. A badly configured WP install can be bad for SEO
Wordpress is really good to go for SEO.
Your post doesn’t make a lot of sense. Wordpress is a CMS, it doesn’t have anything out the box that will help with SEO. It’s the content you add to the site that matters not the platform you use.
SEO does not depends on any single platform because the implementation process of on-page process in SEO is same in all platforms. WP provides plugin facility for easily to do your work and nothing else. So we can say WP provides user friendly platform where people can update their website according to SEO guidelines easily..
WordPress has "All in One SEO" and "Yoast SEO" as two most popular plugins for the WordPress. So one of them can do the job for easy automated SEO. Though you may have to do keyword research and other schema related work without these plugins.
Neither of those will automate anything. SEO is a manual activity.
Not exactly, SEO and WordPress have not got anything to do with each other in most of the cases.
Yes it does, and it depends on your skill as a web developer.
WordPress SEO is quite easy to manage. But you have to choose framework and theme wisely. I also recommend using SEO plugins, which do not do miracles, but they ease the job for you and help in tracking the checklist of important SEO details.
I disagree, most of the popular SEO plugins get their analysis very wrong. The yoast traffic lights for example can really mess up your content.
What traffic lights lmao?
Have you ever used yoast? If you had you would know what they are.
Didn't realize that's the name for them My bad.
Wordpress is a good start.
Not really. Wordpress out the box isn’t very good. It needs a lot of work to make it work properly.
Yes. I test WordPress site speeds using the website GTMetrix.com. For WordPress plugin I use All-in-one SEO. To optimize the images I use WP-smush plugin. Some plugins will slow down the site and I believe some themes are slower than others. Test the site with all plugins deactivated. Turn each on 1 by 1 until you find the problem plugin. Always make a before and after backup before changes.