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SEO tips for Blog

Discussion in 'SEO, Social Media & Online Marketing Forum:' started by creativeideal, Nov 30, 2011.

  1. creativeideal

    creativeideal New Member

    I have recently started a basic blog at creative-ideal.com. I'm no expert in SEO and know there are thousands of similar blogs but is there anyway I can check and optimize keywords and meta tags etc? and any tips?

    any help is much apreciated
     
  2. Stationery Direct

    Stationery Direct Administrator Staff Member

    What platform are you using, Wordpress?

    Just our of interest how long has the Creative Ideal domain been up? It doesn't seem to be indexed by google yet.
     
  3. creativeideal

    creativeideal New Member

    It is a wordpress site and its only been up for a month or so. I am trying to add content to it when I have time.

    Searching creative ideal I am on the third page of google, but even my posts in this forum are ranking higher :/

    I'm just wondering if there is something obvious I'm missing hmmm
     
  4. Stationery Direct

    Stationery Direct Administrator Staff Member

    That's weird coz when I paste your URL into google Creative Ideal it finds no pages, maybe someone can explain why that is as I presumed the site hadn't been indexed.

    Install this which will help once set-up > WordPress › All in One SEO Pack « WordPress Plugins

    Get links in to your website from other sites on the same topic as yours, what I said here all helps.
     
  5. creativeideal

    creativeideal New Member

    Thanks for the help, I have installed the SEO pack for wordpress and going through all the tags and titles. Its def in google and climbing slowly.
     
  6. Tony Hardy

    Tony Hardy Well-Known Member

    I couldn't get used to All In One SEO. I used the Yoast SEO plugin which is great.
     
  7. Toppers

    Toppers Member

    Google is gradually changing to benefit those websites who will be constantly updating their content.
    Ranking is becoming less dependant on Static SEO and more dependant on relevant current content.

    For example, if you were to type in 'Football' into google on the weekend, old Google would list pages such as FIFA, The History of Football, The Fa etc etc. Whilst in new Google you'll be able to type in 'Football' and find relevant pages to that particular day.
     

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