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WordPress SEO Tips Part I - Intro to WordPress SEO Strategies

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Discover how to rank high in the search engines, even for affiliate products, with FREE tools...You could be ranking right up there with the product owner and raking in those big affiliate …

Discover how to rank high in the search engines, even for affiliate products, with FREE tools...You could be ranking right up there with the product owner and raking in those big affiliate commissions.

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  1. ==== ====Discover how to rank high in the search engines, even for affiliate products, with FREE tools...Youcould be ranking right up there with the product owner and raking in those big affiliatecommissions.www.wordpressbestplugins.com==== ====This is the beginning of my 10 part series on "WordPress SEO Tips & Strategies."WordPress is, without question, the most powerful tool for achieving high levels of exposure, andtop search rankings in Googles search results (the ultimate goal and purpose of SEO).Matt Cutts, a well known Google engineer, has even stated that WordPress takes care of 80-90%of the technical SEO elements automatically!Thats a strong statement coming from Matt Cutts, and if he is willing to put his name, andGoogles, on the line with a statement like that, then Im willing to believe that WordPress is apowerful SEO tool.More than just hearing people say that WordPress is a powerful tool, Ive actually experienced itwith many of my own, and my clients, WordPress blogs.Ive seen WordPress blogs get crawled, indexed, and up to a PageRank of 3 within 4 weeks, andIve seen new postings from WordPress blogs achieve #1 rankings in Google within hours!Hey, why use a WordPress blog for SEO marketing anyway?Thats a great question! Let me give you 2 reasons why a blog, be it WordPress, Blogger,Typepad, or whatever, is your quickest path to top search engine rankings.1) Blogs build page inventory in Google. Each blog posting is actually a new page that is crawledand indexed in Google search results. So, the cumulative effect of writing a lot of content is thatyou are continually building an inventory of pages that are accessible in Google for a wide rangeof keyword phrases.2) Google loves freshly updated content. Googles algorithm is changing from the days of old! Itused to be where you could just build a static html site, stuff keywords throughout the title,description, and keyword tags in the code, and youd be able to rank for those phrases.Well things have changed!Google has gotten a lot smarter about how people attribute authority to web pages, and about howblack hat SEOs try to game the algorithms.
  2. So Google has turned to favoring sites that feed a continual flow of freshly udpated content -something that is impossible to achieve with a static html website (non-blog site).If people are finding your content, bookmarking your site, subscribing to your RSS feed, andcoming back for more, then that means people will also be linking to your content. The moretraffic, subscribers and links you have, the more PageRank will be attributed to your site. Themore PageRank your site has, the higher it will rank in Google, the more often your site will becrawled, an the deeper those crawls will be - all of which adds more PageRank to your blog.To satisfy Googles insatiable hunger for fresh content, you have to feed Google with freshlyupdated blog posts. In return for your giving, Google will give back with PageRank and authority.Its actually a great relationship!Why WordPress?As I mentioned earlier, just having Matt Cutts promote WordPress as the best SEO tool is enoughfor me! Beyond that, WordPress is a super clean CMS (content management system), that Googlefinds easy to crawl and whos coding is well structured.Also, some other reasons why WordPress is such a powerful SEO tool, and Ill be covering thesein more detail in later parts, is that:1) WordPress allows super efficient keyword optimization of posts2) SEO plugins help you optimize your overall blog3) You can control / custom URL structures4) Permalinks ensure keywords are present in URL5) Customization of tags and categories6) Eliminate / control duplicate content issuesThese are just a few of the many SEO advantages that WordPress delivers.Make sure you stay tuned here at Social Media SEO as we dig down into the "How To" and"Strategies" of leveraging WordPress for SEO!About this AuthorRobert Holland is the founder of Social Media SEO, a leading technology and social media blogthat covers news, tips, and information for small businesses, entrepreneurs, and tech enthusiasts!Visit us at http://SocialMediaSEO.netFor consulting and content services, you can reach Social Media SEO directly at 706-363-0335.
  3. Article Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Robert_Donald_Holland==== ====Discover how to rank high in the search engines, even for affiliate products, with FREE tools...Youcould be ranking right up there with the product owner and raking in those big affiliatecommissions.www.wordpressbestplugins.com==== ====

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