16 SEO Tactics You Need to Do To Your WordPress Site Right Now


You already know WordPress is the easiest and most SEO-friendly CMS in the world.

Maybe you’re pretty excited about it. You’re glad you chose WordPress. All you have to do is publish a few blog articles and wait for the jacked-up SEO of WordPress to do its thing, right?

Sorry to burst your bubble. If you think that choosing WordPress as a CMS is all you need to do, think again.

Look, I’m as big a fan of WordPress as you are. It’s an amazing CMS with high-octane potential, ease of use, and unlimited optimization possibilities.

But notice I say potential. And possibilities.

Kick-ass SEO isn’t guaranteed. It takes effort to make WordPress truly SEO-friendly, and I am here to help.

If you are expecting WordPress to deliver search optimization right out of the box, you won’t be disappointed. It’s not terrible. It’s just not optimized to the level that it needs to be in order to be truly powerful.

We’re going to make it powerful.

Here are 16 SEO tactics you must deploy immediately to rank your website higher on the SERPs and get more traffic and leads. 

1. Generate plain English URLs

How do you want your URLs to show up on search engines?

Like this?


Or like this?


By default, the WordPress CMS generates URLs that contain special characters such as the question mark, post number, and maybe other horrific unspeakables (see the image below).


You want search engines to be able to see your post titles because they contain valuable-SEO keywords. To ensure your titles show up in your posts’ URLs, do this:

  1. log in to your Admin area
  2. click “Settings”
  3. select “Permalinks”
  4. check the radio button next to the “Post name.”

You’re all done. Your URLs will now be in plain English.

Download this cheat sheetof 16 SEO tactics you need to do to your WordPress site right now.

Big caution here: Don’t go changing all your existing URLs. Doing so will produce an SEO nightmare. Instead, make the change for all your future articles.

2. Convert your HTML and JS to AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) HTML/JS

AMP is the new golden standard created by Google for mobile pages.

AMP lightens pages and makes them load faster. Faster-loading pages are manna from heaven for mobile browsers.

The logic is simple: The faster your pages load and the more AMP-ready they are, the higher they’ll rank on Google. You will find your place on Page #1, Position #1 right in the Google AMP carousel.

Here’s how AMP pages are delivered by Google:


The deal is to convert your regular HTML/JS to AMP HTML/JS.

You can do this in two ways:

  1. Install this AMP plugin. It’ll help you generate AMP posts, but it won’t convert archived posts into AMP pages.
  2. Hire a coder to convert your HTML pages. AMP is not usually a major coding headache, so your developer should be able to quickly get your website AMP-ready after reviewing these instructions.

If you have the choice, my advice would be to hire a developer. The plugin is new, and the developers need to do some work on it to get it into shape.

3. Write optimized meta titles and descriptions

I’m sure you’ve heard about the Yoast SEO Plugin.

The Yoast SEO plugin is a terrific tool that allows you to write titles and descriptions and focus on a keyword by reporting on your keyword’s appearance in the page title, article heading, URL, meta description, and content.

Yoast’s developers are smart, and they keep updating the plugin based on the latest SEO standards. For example, Yoast has modified the number of characters  in the title from 55 to 70, keeping up with the latest Google changes.


Just install Yoast, and you’re set.


Yoast is a tool, but it doesn’t do the work for you. In order for Yoast to be effective, you need to work through each of the optimization sections for every blog post you publish.

4. Add a title and alt-tag to all images

You don’t need a tool to do this. Just log in to the WP admin area, and select “Media.”

Once there, choose the images or open the media library, and start adding titles (if you haven’t already), alt tags, and captions to images.

The text must be keyword-rich and relevant, but make sure you don’t keyword-stuff.


Use captions wisely. If the image doesn’t require a caption, don’t add one. Captions provide only marginal SEO benefit and may negatively impact the usability of your site.

5. Install rich snippets

Rich snippets help Google serve rich results that appear meaningful and make more sense to users.

You’ve seen rich snippets before. They appear often in the SERPs:


Notice that the top two results have star ratings, upvotes, prep time, and calorie count. Not bad, huh?

These extra SERP features make the top two results, and even the fourth result, a lot more interesting and clickable than the third one.

The ratings and other rich data contained in the results showed up there because the websites have programmed rich snippets into their HTML codes.

How do you implement rich snippets?

Here are a couple of options:

  • Install this rich snippets plugin—no coding required!
  • Hire a programmer to build rich snippets into your code.

Again, I recommend hiring a programmer because it gives you more control over the coding. Besides, you don’t have to worry about a buggy plugin or plugin updates.

You can ask your programmer to build in rich snippets (and rich cards) for reviews, events, articles, people, video, recipes, and software tools.

7. Secure your website

WordPress may be the friendliest CMS ever, but it’s also the most vulnerable to hackers, malware, and trojans.

Why? Not because it’s inherently shoddy, but because it’s insanely popular. As the most popular platform, it’s also the biggest target for nefarious hackers.

Your WordPress theme, plugins, databases, and file permissions are all open to attacks.

Securing your website is one of the best SEO practices. It makes search engines view your website positively and rank it higher than other non-secure sites in your niche. A secure website also comforts users and customers when they realize their data is in good hands.

I recommend you install WordFence, an open-source enterprise-class security plugin.

It will build a Fort Knox around your website, monitor it in real time, receive and upgrade threat perceptions automatically, and generally keep your website humming on securely.

8. Add caching

Cache plugins work by caching (storing) pages, databases, database queries, etc. and then serving them on the fly without executing PHP code or database queries.

A cache plugin can help you significantly reduce the loading time—a good thing for both search engines and users.

I recommend you install the most popular and efficient WordPress caching plugin, W3 Total Cache. It’s backed by a community of avid users, years of improvements, and a solid track record.

9. Control spammy comments

Spam showing up in comment sections of WordPress sites is distributed by automated tools. If you are not careful, you will find that piles of comments with backlinks to pharma or adult-themed websites have sneaked their way into your blog posts.

You don’t want search engines to notice and possibly penalize you for spammy comments, do you?

To get rid of all evil comments, you absolutely must install Akismet or a similar highly-ranked comment blocker.

Akismet checks all comments, catches the spammy ones, and reports on comments that contain misleading links. You can then browse the comments caught by Akismet and delete the ones you consider spam.

Akismet is a free plugin for personal blogs, but business blog owners have to purchase a key.

10. Keep visitors engaged

When visitors hang around your website, flipping through posts, it lowers the bounce rate and increases the browsing time per user—both of which are significant SEO factors.

Aside from writing great content, you also should display related posts to pique your visitors’ interest further.

There’s no coding involved. All you have to do is install the Contextual Related Posts plugin:


This feature-rich plugin generates thumbnails and supports shortcodes, widgets, and CSS styles. Go for it!

11. Make your posts socially shareable

You already know that posts that can be shared can help increase traffic, leads, and sales.

You also already may have installed social sharing icons on your blog. If you haven’t, install this nifty Social Media Share Buttons plugin.

Gaining social shares is a huge SEO benefit and one that you don’t want to neglect.

12. Back up your website

Can you imagine what will happen to your content, SEO, databases, leads, reputation, brand, hard work, and more if your website crashes or vanishes for reasons known or unknown?

Yeah, it’s horribly frightening to imagine such a scenario.

So, why even think about it?

Because it happens. And when it does, you’ll feel like your world has come crashing down.

Buy and install the Backup Buddy plugin, set it up, and sleep soundly, knowing that your website is indestructible.

13. Optimize your database

If you do not maintain and optimize your WordPress or WooCommerce site’s database from time to time, chances are it will bulk up and go belly up.

That’s because WordPress keeps creating a revision of a post every time you create or edit it. Aside from that, comments and other junk keep regularly collecting in the database, slowing down your website and cannibalizing your server space.

To optimize your database, download and install WP-Optimize—a free database optimizer—and clean up your database regularly.

14. Generate a dynamic sitemap.xml

An XML sitemap helps search engines understand your website fully and index it efficiently.

You already may have installed a sitemap.xml, but is your sitemap dynamic? Does it keep updating every time you add content?

If the answer is no, install Google XML Sitemaps—a very popular and helpful plugin that either generates dynamic sitemaps or allows you to create one manually.


After creating one, upload it into your root folder (yoursite.com/sitemap.xml).

15. Secure your forms

Are your contact forms secured by CAPTCHA?

If they are not, you are inviting trouble.

There are hundreds of thousands of hackers and spammers who own bots that crawl the web looking for unsecure contact forms. Such forms are quickly stuffed with spammy and useless comments, designed to bloat your database, eat up disk space, and slow down your site.

I am not talking about just one or two annoying comments. Unsecured forms can get hundreds of comments every day.

The solution is to add CAPTCHA. Here is one plugin that can help: Really Simple CAPTCHA.

16. Guide search engines

Search engines typically crawl and fetch all pages unless you restrict them from indexing some areas on your site.

For example, you don’t need search engines to crawl and index your WP-admin area, CSS, and Javascript files.

Therefore, you need to upload a robust robots.txt file that tells search engines where to crawl and where not to.

If you haven’t written an efficient Robots file yet, use Virtual Robots.Txt to create one. After creation, upload it into your root folder (yoursite.com/robots.txt)


Keep in mind, technical optimization alone won’t help you succeed in SEO. However, it’s the foundation of SEO success.

To be truly successful, you need to populate your WordPress site with content—amazing content. Lots of content. Optimized content.

Technical SEO only gets you so far. It’s a crucial building block, but it’s only that—a building block that allows you to do the next steps such as off-page SEO, content optimization, and content marketing.

To avoid the hassle of keeping up with the on-page and technical SEO updates and revisions, I use a tool called OnPage.org to keep track of everything for me.

If you follow the same tactics that I used above, you will make your website more SEO-friendly than ever before.

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  1. Brilliant post as usual, Neil. Worthy addition to your list will be WP Smush It.

    • Thanks for the suggestion, Peter.

      • Hi Neil, I would like to ask about your opinion regarding AMPs and Google focus on Mobile. I had several discussions with experienced SEOs/Digital marketeers about it. Their opinion as well as mine is that it is a huge mistake from Big G to put so much effort in pushing it that hard. What is your opinion?

  2. very nice post but one question alt tag not necessary for image optimization?

  3. Miklas Kroager :

    I really believe these “Accelerated Mobile Pages” are going to win big on the internet. Who knows – I think this is going to be a standard within near future, just like responsive website is today.

  4. Masud Parvage :

    Hey Neil,
    As you’ve mentioned some common plugins we are using normally, But one question raising once again- how many plugins are generally pretty in a wp site? If we use more than 20 plugins without using any CDN; isn’t our site will be slower down?

    • Neil,
      What do you think? I’d like to know the answer to this one too. How many is too many and do certain plugins slow it down more than others? Thanks in advance.

    • It’s not the number of plugins more than it is the quality of the plugin you install. If you have 1 shotty plugin, it can slow your whole site down

  5. Avilash Behera :

    The top 6 points are the most relevant and notable.

    There are so many factors that combine to make your webpage rank, why put time into a factor thats not even 1% of the entire score for On Site SEO optimisation.

    • After you work on the main points, you’ll want to keep fine tuning an optimizing. When you reach the top 3 ranking positions, every detail counts

  6. Hey Neil,

    Thanks for a great post with great content. I’m taking notes and off to check some of these tools out. Thanks.

  7. Srinivasa Chaitanya :

    Backing Up our WordPress site is the best thing that we can do to secure our site. I use Vaultpress to backup my blog.

  8. Good list!

    Neil, make sure to also set up Twitter Cards under the Social tab in Yoast.

    More info:

  9. Mohammed Anzil :

    Hi Neil.

    Brilliant post again. I have started to use Wordfence from now. Its working perfectly. Thanks for sharing….

  10. Super Blog post again !! Thank you The expert

  11. Thomas McCallum :

    Nice post, still got a few to check off but I’ve deployed more thanks to your previous posts. Thanks

  12. Tommy Hawkins :

    As most of the theme frameworks mobile optimized, is it really necessary to use AMP?

  13. Raksha Bandhan Quotes :

    Learn Something new today Its time made some changes to my WordPress Dashboard

  14. Digital Quora :

    Thanks for sharing. Can you help me to find out the best plugin to generate leads?

  15. Anoop Bhandari :

    Hey Neil thanks for this info but if we use too many plugins won’t that slow down our website. Can you tell me how many plugins can be used in a WordPress website so that it won’t slow down too much.

    • It depends on the plugins Anoop. It’s not the number of plugins you have, but the quality of each one. Sometimes it’s just a shotty plugin that will slow down your site.

  16. Hi Neil, I have recently been reading your posts and was the first to write a review for your new podcast with sue, which was a privilege. Your content is over and above anything I have ever come across. Thank you for providing so much value, it really does make a difference for small time internet marketers like myself. Many Thanks Naeem

  17. Interesting article Neil. Surely going to try these on my website as well. Have a great day ahead.

  18. Hi Neil Good post but confusion is everyone has installed Yoast SEO and this plugin automatically creates XML sitemap .You have mentioned in the post that installed dynamic XML sitemap generator -Google XML Sitemaps— .

    Yoast SEO plugin not creating the dynamic sitemap ? Please explain…

    • No, the yoast XML sitemap is perfectly fine too. It just depends if you didn’t have that, you can use the Google XML sitemap

  19. Hey Neil,Thanks for your awesome blog,i do follow almost all article of yours,i really like the way you write to make the topic interesting.Thanks you.

  20. Hi Neil, thank you for the useful and interesting article! It was useful for my work, but also have a question alt tag not necessary for image optimization?

    • It won’t make a signfnicant difference, but yes, it’s best if you can incorporate that into your best practices.

  21. Thank you very much for great post if possible can u publish a top best High Domain PR websites here

  22. This is a great post. Thanks for publishing it.
    I would also suggest to install Wp-Smush plugin which compresses your images and make your site load faster.

  23. Himmat Chahal :

    I am *extremely* excited by AMP.

    Initially I was skeptical, but now I’m sold. It loads sooo fast — if AMP capability isn’t a direct SEO signal, the increase in engagement and decrease in bounce % from faster loading, should work as “indirect” SEO signals.

    Fun trivia: if anyone remembers the Panama Papers hack, it was most likely done through a Word Press Plugin vulnerability.

    “The MF website runs WordPress and is currently running a version of Revolution Slider that is vulnerable to attack and will grant a remote attacker a shell on the web server. ”

    Source: https://www.wordfence.com/blog/2016/04/mossack-fonseca-breach-vulnerable-slider-revolution/

    Important lesson: keep your Word Press plugins up-to-date for security’s sake! 🙂

  24. TBI - Tips Blogging Indonesia :

    Hi Neal,

    I want to ask about social media login plugin. Do you have any recommendation?

  25. Hi Neil,

    what about the Alt Text in images? How do I use it?


  26. This is wonderful news to newbies and confused WordPress bloggers on how to better structure their blogs for improved SEO. Way to go!

  27. Thank you very much Neil! I have been struggling with SEO and this article makes everything much easier and serves like a checklist for me.

  28. Hey Neil,

    Quick question for you. If a blogger posts 2x a day to their site and each post is minimum 1,000 words and they post 2x a day 6 days a week for 2 years consistently, do you think they’ll earn steady streams of search engine traffic that’ll suffice enough for them to make money online everyday while improving their SEO? What’s your take on this?

    • It really depends with how well you promote the content. If the content doesn’t get promoted, no one will know it exists. I would half or less and focus on more promotion

  29. Some of the top advertising books say that you should always put captions in your pictures but this post says you shouldnt. Which is it?

    • Either way will work Will, it depends on your preference and purpose on that page. If it enhances the page do it, if it doesn’t don’t. Find out from your users how they enjoy the experience of either

  30. Great post Neil,
    I have a small question: My wordpress blog is using a responsive theme. Do I need install AMP plugin. Sorry for nob question !

  31. Karan from Focusandleap.com :

    Hey Neil,

    I think you should add a little bit more information about AMP pages, that plugin alone will not do everything, especially for those who use “SEO by Yoast” plugin, they also need to install the “Glue for Yoast SEO and AMP” and Pagefrog plugin which will help AMP pages to use meta data from Yoast and design the AMP page respectively.

    One thing I would like to ask you, have you enabled AMP pages on quicksprout? I tried to see your AMP version by adding /amp/ and ?amp/ at the end of your posts, for /amp/ it showed 404 and for ?amp/ it showed the same page. Don’t know about this. Can you help me know about these or if you could dedicate a post to setting up AMP using the plugins with all the necessary information.

    Thank You,

    • Thanks for the heads up Karan, I’ll check it out. Also that’s for the suggestion, I’ll considering writing that for a future posts.

      In the mean time, let me know if you have any questions you need help with.

  32. Thanks for sharing all the things that should do for a blog. Thanks bro, it;s a really good share.

  33. Lets Develop :

    Very in depth post, thank you for putting it together and sharing. Bookmarking to use this soon.

  34. Thank s a lot Neil. You gave the information of plugins i wanted to do right away while creating a post. Gathered lots of information through this post
    Thanks again

  35. Bambang Rahardjo :

    Thanks for the list Neil, it’s very useful.
    What is the best seo plugin in your opinion?

  36. Hi, Neil!

    Great content!

    I was just wondering if I really have to add rich snippet on my blog ’cause using it with articles, the plugin adds a box in the end of the post. I know it’s a Google’s rule, so we have to add that, but it very ugly and looks like out of context.

    I don’t see you using it. Why is that?


    • You don’t have to add it. It won’t drastically change your search traffic compared to what it used to do years ago.

  37. Great post Sir. I have to say that I come here to learn and to apply. Many data which I never knew I learn from here. Sir Is for a image title And alt tag is must? My many image i have not Given alt tag. Will it harm my website?

    • It’s not a must, but I would get in the habit of doing so as it can help optimize your site a bit better than not having it.

      No, not having them won’t harm your site.

  38. Kymeshia Morris :

    Thanks for the helpful tips Neil.

  39. Bican Valeriu :

    I dont use AMP. Having a responsive site is better than using AMP ?

  40. Google XML Sitemaps and Yoast interfere with each others sitemaps. You need to disable one and I let Yoast sitemap disable the other one 🙂

    Am I correct?

  41. This is a very informative article, enjoyed reading it.

  42. Bhuboy Villanueva :

    Hi Neil,

    Thanks for this informative post, by the way is the dynamic sitemaps the same as the one available in yoast plug in or do I need to install google xml sitemaps separately.

  43. Rakshita Sharma :

    It was really a wonderful article. SEO do requires all these tactics mention in the article.

  44. Rennie Bottali :

    Thanks for sharing great points with us.

  45. Hardik Tiwari :

    Thanks Neil for the great post! yoast seo is a very good plugin for wordpress on page SEO. but i came to know about AMP plugin for the very first time . All credit goes to you Neil. Thanks for sharing information.

  46. You are the best Neil, I have implemented some of these tactics in the past. I will implement the rest right away

  47. Farcas Gelu Danut :

    For image optimisation i use ShortPixel WordPress plugin:
    Wordfemce or iThemes Security (formerly Better WP Security)?
    I use Fastest cache. Lightweight Social Icons, kk Star Ratings, Genesis Simple Share, Genesis Printstyle Plus.

  48. Not sure about #16 Neil Patel! Google definitely wants to crawl CSS and JS pages.. Any good example that you can share

    • I look at it as crawl equity. You want them to only crawl the pages that they can rank. Everything else that won’t help you, ideally block out.

  49. Whats up guys!

    How does Google decide which one to put up?

    Google Rich Snippets Vs. All-In-One Meta Descriptions: Who Wins?

    If you got both plugins and fill out both for one post..

    Which meta title and meta description does Google choose when you come for a keyword?

    It can’t be both right?

    • It is really up to them. Google can pick whatever they want, change their rules, etc. They get to decide. :/

  50. Hi Neil,

    Informative tips and it worked well but point 6 is missing.

  51. Hi Neil,

    I have a question. Is it necessary to add robot.txt plugin and sitemap plugin? Because I found the option in Yoast SEO So I think you understand better than me so tell me which one is best option or what I will follow.


  52. MaxDo Machinery :

    For WP SEO, I was just using All in One SEO for my business website. But, now will try lot of stuff from the article. Great read Mr. Patel!

  53. Christopher Jan Benitez :

    Really simple tips that every WordPress site owner should do. I’m a big fan of caching your site to increase site speed — I did read on QuickSprout that it only takes four seconds of loading time for 25% of your visitors to leave the site. Making the site load faster benefits SEO but more importantly, it helps users to have a seamless experience in browsing your site.

    Also, hope you don’t mind that I linked the post on my blog: http://christopherjanb.com/blog/write-wednesday-vol-4 I curate the best content marketing, blogging, and freelance writing posts for the week, and I included yours!

    • Thanks Christopher, I appreciate you doing that!

      If you have any questions or get stuck with anything, please don’t hesitate to ask

  54. Thanks for the great post Neil!

    Just wondering what your thoughts are on SSL certificates for site security? Does the wordfence plugin offer one?


  55. Hi Neil,

    Can I get any answer, Neil? I expect from you. I have commented many times for help but I didn’t get. What’s wrong?


  56. Hi,

    Thank you for your submitting this article.

  57. Tyronne Ratcliff :

    Solid content Neil…you rock!

  58. Dear Neil, thanks For sharing Such Information. Your Article is a Very Useful. your post is really nice and i will make note of this this article.its awesome.

  59. James World Travel Chef :

    Man, so much to learn! Thanks Neil.

  60. Vijayendra Rao :

    Thanks Neil for Best plugins i dont know
    i really install for my site

  61. Shaikh Masood Alam :

    Use Zero Spam instead of Akismet, Akismet helps to detect spam comment but they trapped in spam comment tab and require manual action to delete that. Before Zero Spam, I got 20 to 30 comment in spam tab after Zero Spam nothing goes to Spam tab and this plugin saves me to manually delete 14000 comments in one year.

  62. Franklin Dijon :

    Right : SEO is only a part of the success.
    “content” is king, but without servants a king is nothing, seo is one of the best servants ever.

  63. Thanks for the post Neil! I found Yaost SEO plugin very interesting and effective. Its suggest you everything that needs for a good SEO.

  64. Great tips, Neil, as usual.
    I have applied most of listed tactics,
    but it looks like I’m missing something from that list.
    Thanks for reminding me 😀

  65. Hey Neil,

    Hopefully not too late, started applying these tactics to revamp my website.

    For alt tags for images, I noticed that changing the alt tags and titles in the media files does not automatically change them in the blog posts?

    Do you know if you have to do both the media files and the blog post images (if they’ve already been published?)

  66. Does Yoast SEO Focus Keyword Kill rankings of secondary keywords ?

  67. SEO Post conetnt Links by WPAdm. standard version. compared to all other i suggest to use this.

  68. Hi Neil patel,

    Very nice post. I keep it very valuable since i am managing many wordpress blogs. can you please share the seo tactics for the blogger platform. I have some blogs on blogger too.

    very best regards

  69. Neil…

    Thank you very much. Some of the stuffs you explained here are very new to me. I am relatively new to SEO and have been reading your content for quite some time. Thank you for sharing such useful tactics. KEEP SPREADING THE KNOWLEDGE.

  70. Hey Neil,

    Thanks for the tips!

    One plugin to consider is https://wordpress.org/plugins/cloudflare/.

    It’s not exactly a SEO tactic but the performance and security benefits that one gained through implementing Cloudflare would help slightly in terms of technical SEO.

    It just takes a short while to set it up. Cheers!

  71. Thanks for these SEO tactics neil, by now I wasn’t much focussed on decreasing bounce rate. My bounce rate usually go upto 70% – Does the contextual links plugin work well in keeping visitors engaged?

  72. Hey, Neil! Great Post as usual! I always that user engagement does not matter much, but you made me realize that it is very important.
    Thanks, Dude!

  73. SEO is a must have task to do for any blogger/webmaster who wanted to get high quality traffic that will convert. Thanks for this post.

    • It is something to be aware of to improve your visibility on search engines. But don’t forget that the site is built for people first.

  74. Your Article is very helpful also very quality write content

  75. After going over a handful of the blog articles on your site,
    I truly appreciate your technique of writing a blog.
    I bookmarked it to my bookmark webpage list and will be checking back in the near future.
    Please check out my website as well and tell me how you feel.

  76. Hi Neil,

    Super Blog post again! I really believe these AMP will be as impactful as responsive web design.

  77. mursi kembang :

    Thank you very much. Sorry want to ask .. between blogspot with better wordpres where to seo ?

  78. mursi kembang :


  79. Very nice tactics for my site. Thank Neil brother.

  80. Tahir Marfani :

    Great Blog Share, I am using Themecycle for my blog, is this WordPress theme perfect for my SEO?


  81. You are the best Neil, I have implemented some of these tactics in the past. I will implement the rest right away

  82. Your Article is very helpful also very quality write content


  83. Wow! Thank you so much. This will really help my new WP affiliate site. Thanks a ton Patelbhai.

  84. Thank you so much for all these detailed tactics. Now getting some confidence in WordPress SEO.

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