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WordPress SEO – How to Make Your Site Rank Higher in Google – by @todmaffin

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So you have a WordPress site. But are you at the top of Google? No? Here’s how you can be. No tricks, no sales. Just 100% tactics..

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Experience Dalmatia says:

Great Video Tod! You are lucky that your EX-girlfriend still "links" to you haha :)

Beth Kravitz says:

Hi Tod, this is such a wonderfully put together video. Thank you so much. I had a question regarding data highlighter. I have a rather new site and I am new at SEO! I was able to download the Yoast plugin and everything. However, when I go to the Google data highlighter, it says that my URL cannot be found in the Google Index. How do I fix this problem? Thank you.

Precise Media Services says:

Tod..great information , well presented, very informative..many thanks

Luxme Int says:

Nice tutorial Tod. FYI: all images must be twice the size needed because of the retina display used by most Apple (IOS) products. So a 300x600px image must be 600x1200px in order to display properly. I use http://www.tinypng.com to reduce the size of images BTW.

Dimitri d'Athènes says:

Great video Tod, but I have a question regarding the "Sitelinks". How is possible to create sitelinks under the "Data Highlighter" link, while I'm reading over several articles that more or less "google doesn't say how to get sitelinks, and while there is the "Sitelinks" section in Google's Webmaster Tools???
My wife is running a makeup brushes website and I was trying to follow your instructions regarding the sitelinks. The process is going through highlighting pictures, name of product, prices etc, which is seems kinda irrelevant with how a sitelink looks like!!!

MadeManⓋ says:

pugs FTW

franc66 says:

Very good – thx

Tom Dupuis says:

Great video. Though just because you like baby pugs doesn't mean it should be your keyword. Yoast's keyword suggestions are longer-tail phrases with less competition so you're more likely to rank for them (generally speaking) whereas if you Google "baby pugs" you'll be competing with a Youtube video with 1,000,000+ views and will probably never rank for it. Long-tail keywords and analyzing search results should be done to avoid competitive keywords.

wp guides says:

very good Seo tsctics

La Rema says:

you are explaining this like a king. thank you

Saad Anwer says:

Great Job

Graham Briar says:

Great video and extremely helpful.

Amplify ROI says:

Great tips. Thanks for putting this together.

Mukeshwar Singh says:

seriously sir u are the hero this is the best website ever seened thanks for video

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