After setting up your WordPress site for SEO there are some fundamental steps you need to take to boost your SEO, and even get listed in Google!
Yes that's right, just because you've created a website doesn't mean it'll automatically be added to Google for searching, you need to take action and get it in there.
Follow our simple steps below to get started and take your website to the next level
Submit your site to Google Webmaster Tools
This is undoubtedly the most important step after optimizing your website, submitting your site to Google webmaster tools lets Google know your site exists and where to find a list of pages. This will also let you check some performance, and any errors Google finds when crawling your website.
Submit your site map (with WordPressSEO Installed that would be yoursite.com/sitemap_index.xml)
Set-up Social Media Profiles
Active social media profiles help massively. Not only does your profile have a link to your site which can help boost your rankings, when you engage users you should get a boost in site visits, and in turn Google can see this improvement and links on social media and actually boosts rankings because of it.
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