1. When you are creating a blog post on your website, if WordPress is set to use your post title as your page title, it will automatically put a dash between each word of the title, better known as a permalink.
Select edit on the permalink, try to use only two to three words. Do not leave it as post title, they are usually way too long. If your article represents your keywords in your website, that is even better. This will increase your page to rank better in the #searchengines.
2. Ensure your content is well written and includes your keywords (not just one word). Example: WordPress customized websites
3. Post your blogs on google+ in addition to other social media efforts. Don’t just come to the conclusion, it’s on my blog, they will find it. Put it on social media, so you are driving traffic to your website.
#Google+ automatically adds a hash tag to your post on Google+.
Have you noticed that?
So if you put it in Google+ first, it will show up quicker in search results, because Google owns it, right? The Diva Dolls say: absolutely. Score one for the diva dolls.
4. Don’t forget to put your meta description tag to use. This creates a compelling description tag a searcher will definitely want to check out.
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