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WordPress SEO

By improving your WordPress SEO you can quickly increase your website traffic and revenue.

The default installation of WordPress has better SEO than other counterparts, but there is a lot you need to do to improve the SEO of WordPress.

In this beginner’s friendly tutorial, I have shared everything you can do to optimizing your website for WordPress SEO.

How do I’m sure of that?

Well, ShoutMeLoud (this blog) runs on WordPress and we receive more than 1 million page views every month.

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However, one thing that you should know, there are rumors that WordPress has the best possible SEO options. But this is not entirely true!

Let me elaborate.

WordPress is not SEO friendly.

At least, the default WordPress installation is not.

If you, like many others, believe that your stock installation of WordPress will get you excellent, or even good rankings on search engines, you are

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Writing SEO Friendly Content

Do you want to write SEO friendly content?

Well, this is an art which could take your blog or your writing career to the next level.

Anyone can write an article, but it takes special kind of practice to write SEO optimized articles.

In this article, I will share some tips for writing SEO-optimized articles that will rank better in search engines.

I run multiple blogs and we have several authors working day and night to keep these sites updated with fresh, quality content. Sometimes, however, quality can drop (which usually happens due to a lack of knowledge).

Every blog post is like a web page in terms of search engine ranking and you can optimize each post with specific keywords for search engines.

When writing these SEO friendly articles, there are several things that you should keep in mind.

Whenever I hire a new author to work on one

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Last week, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released the nation’s 2020 Broadband Progress Report. It concludes that broadband is being delivered to all Americans in a reasonable and timely way.

But from where I sit, nothing could be further from the truth. I would know. I am one of the five Commissioners at the FCC, and I refused to offer my support for the 2020 Broadband Progress Report. That’s because, in this crisis, it has become painfully clear that not everyone in the United States has adequate Internet access. The evidence is all around us.

Schools have shuttered and more than 50 million students have been told to head home and many were told to go online for classes. But millions of them can’t get there because they fall into the homework gap and lack internet access at home. It’s not just a problem in rural America. It’s a challenge
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In 2016, Google introduced the mobile-first index system to provide the best user experience for their mobile users by prioritizing mobile-friendly websites. This new indexing system will first look into the mobile version of your website to determine the ranking. Websites without a mobile version or poorly optimized mobile websites will drop out even further in search engine results pages (SERPs). But, the good news is this Mobile SEO is simple and easy to do yourself tasks.

Advanced Mobile SEO Tips for Mobile Marketers:

Mobile SEO is nothing than a conventional SEO, creating content and tagging to make it stand out online. These white-hat mobile SEO tips will help you to avoid search engine penalties and maintain better online visibility.

1. Google My Business: mobile online marketing.

One of the most important and effective mobile marketing move that business owners can do is signing up for Google My Business account. … Read More

I spent the week of March 8th through March 12th in Appleton, Wisconsin attending a KUKA Robot Advanced Programming class. This class was held at Fox Valley Technical College. The daily classes consisted of a 1 to 2 hour lecture period followed by a 1 to 2 hour programming problem. The programming was carried out on a KUKA KR 16 robot. We started each morning at 8am and finished at 5pm. The weather could have been worse; it was overcast and rainy everyday with very dense fog every morning.

We started off Monday morning with a review from the basic programming class. It has been a couple of years since I attended the basic programming class so I really enjoyed the review. We covered safety issues like you should never enter into the robot work cell unless the robot controller is in the T1 teach mode. The robot work cell … Read More