WordPress SEO Best Practices for 2019 and Beyond

The SEO landscape of the future is a volatile place. And do you know why? The powers that be (aka Google) are doing their best to build a better, faster and secure web for all of us. Of course, they stand to benefit ten times more, but who cares? Well, you should which is why WordPress SEO best practices are so important.

At least if you own a WordPress site and still want to rank highly (or well) for your terms. You see, to offer an enhanced search experience (and make billions of dollars in profits at some future date), Google must keep updating their search algorithms, much to the chagrin of SEO experts (yes, that includes you).

In the recent past, I could easily score top positions on Google (SERPs – Search Engine Result Pages) by literally “pumping” keywords into my content. What? That’s what was up – that’s how SEO experts were doing it left, right and center. I didn’t even touch link building but my rankings soared high like eagles on steroids.

Then Google cracked the whip, and keyword stuffing was shown the door. Without a doubt my rankings plummeted just like Icarus, but that’s not the point. A new era in SEO was born: the era of relevant and valuable content, alt tags, title attributes and what not.

Still, Google kept the algorithm updates coming, and denied SEOs and web masters all the juicy info that would definitely help your SEO campaign. Today, you just need to step a bit out of line, and Google won’t hesitate hanging you out to dry.

But there is still hope for you seeing Google shows you exactly what you need to do to clinch the best of rankings. It’s these WordPress SEO best practices that we’ll outline in this post, so get ready to have fun and build a formidable SEO profile that will withstand the next algorithm shakeup. Here we go…

— Read on www.wpexplorer.com/wordpress-seo/

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