If you happen to be running a website in WordPress and you are either managing it with friends or have some other people working on it, you’ll probably want to put one or more authors in the credits of your posts, because we all know there’s no better feeling than reading your own name at the end of a post that you spent hours on. Am I right?
Google PageSpeed Insights (PSI) is a tool that reports on the performance of a page both on mobile and desktop devices and provides suggestions on how to improve that page. Entering a URL and clicking ANALYZE will get you a detailed report of what is slowing the page and what you can do to fix it.
Most websites use the WordPress CMS these days. Indeed, tons of new WordPress blogs are published every day. In order to make sure that yours doesn’t get lost in the digital sea of clutter, you need to make sure it attracts traffic like a streamlined, top-of-the-charts website that’s already been in business for years.
If you’ve been managing a site for a while then you’ve probably encountered an entire slew of bugs, issues, conflicting code, etc. but what if the worst happens and you’re completely locked out of your site. Imagine a situation where you’re going to log in to your WordPress admin dashboard like you’ve done countless times before and out of the blue – access denied. Your first thought is that you’ve misspelled your password, but when even that doesn’t work panic starts creeping in.
This is the time when you need options, suggestions, anything that will get you to your site and this is also where we come in.
You’re probably curious whether WordPress tags help with SEO?
As soon as you saw the headline about WordPress tags for SEO, you clicked. No?
Well, it’s safe to say I came up with an interesting topic for you to read today.
Most WP users have no clue how to use tags for SEO.
Despite the fact that WordPress provided this feature for a reason, most bloggers are clueless about it.
Experts, however, keep an eye on every expect of their website. They leverage their efforts in such a way that every little bit helps, be it:
- website copy,
- site responsiveness and speed.
- secure web hosting,
- internal linking,
- WP taxonomies
As far as my take on WordPress tags is concerned, it’s like I saw writing on the wall a long time ago.