Get a quick checklist of action items to optimize your WordPress website for SEO
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ABOUT THE PRESENTATION
When you think about SEO, probably a big web workflow of the following comes to your mind.
On-page SEO, Off-page SEO, technical SEO, Google Search Console, Yoast, All In One SEO, Google Analytics, Inbound links, Outbound links, Metadata, Structured Data, Rich Snippets, Keywords, the list goes on and on.
Everyone who deals with websites and marketing is talking about SEO. But there are no set rules. So the best way to go about this is by paying extra attention to things that are under our control.
Let’s go through a quick checklist of non-hypothetical action items to optimize your WordPress website for SEO.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Neha Patel is a returning West Orlando WordPress presenter and web developer who loves doing creative stuff, biking, and reading about health in her free time. From a young age, she has loved helping people. She works full-time as a web developer and owns a small business where she helps people with web design, development, and marketing. When time permits she volunteers at Ladies Learning Code and also teaches coding for kids and adults. She has been a featured speaker at various WordCamps in the past few years and has found it to be a really great experience.
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