WordPress SEO Tutorial updated February 2016 Now that’s we’ve covered how great WordPress is as a general CMS on the first page of this WordPress SEO tutorial let’s take a look at how WordPress should be setup to run as a SEO CMS or to make a general WordPress blog do better in the search engines (especially Google). If your new to WordPress out the box your new WordPress URL’s will be along the lines of: www.domain.com/?p=1 This is called a dynamic URL and contains variables (?p=1 is a variable), when Google was first created their search engine algorithm couldn’t read URL’s like this, in layman terms you were pretty much stuck with URL’s lacking variables (meaning no question marks […]

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