How to Publish WordPress Using YOAST

 YOAST For SEO

How to Publish WordPress Using Yoast-Conditions

How to publish wordpress using yoast

  1. Bad SEO score ,please not ,the focus keyword  appear in the first paragraph of the copy. Make sure the topic is clear immediately.
  2. Bad SEO score, please maintain the keyword density .
  3.  Good SEO score, the meta description maintains the focus keyword
  4. Good SEO score, the length of the meta description is sufficient.
  5. Good SEO score,the focus keyword appears in 1 (out of 8) subheadings in the copy. While not a major ranking factor, this is beneficial.
  6. Good SEO score the image contains alt attributes with the focus keyword.
  7. Good SEO score,   more than or equal to the recommended minimum of 300 words.
  8. Good SEO score, the SEO title contains the focus keyword, at the beginning which is considered to improve rankings.
  9. Good SEO score the page title contains a nice length.
  10. Good SEO score The focus keyword appears in the URL for the page.
  11. Good SEO score You’ve never used this focus keyword before, very good.These are the main conditions of how to publish WordPress Using Yoast.

    Features

Yoast SEO is the most comprehensive WordPress SEO plugin with many built-in tools and features. Here is a quick overview of some of those features.
Change post’s SEO title and meta description on a per post basis.
Google search result  previews.
Focus keyword testing.

Ability to verify Google Webmaster Tools, Yahoo Site Explorer, and Bing Webmaster Tools
The premium version of the Yoast SEO comes with even more features.
A redirect manager that allows you to easily set up redirects.

How to Install Yoast SEO Plugin

How to install WordPress using yoast

First, thing you need to do is install and activate the Yoast SEO plugin. For  details, see our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.
Upon activation, you will notice a new menu item in WordPress admin bar labeled SEO with Yoast SEO logo on it.
Yoast SEO plugin installed

How to Setup WordPress SEO Plugin by Yoast

Step 1. Data Transfer

Step 2. General Settings

Clicking on the SEO icon takes you to settings page for the plugin. Click on ‘General’ tab and you will notice a button to open configuration wizard. We want you to ignore this wizard, because we will be taking you step by step through each option.
Yoast SEO – General
Step 3. Features

Let’s switch to the ‘Features’ tab and enable the advanced settings page.
Enable advanced settings page for Yoast SEO
Don’t forget to click on the save changes button to store your settings.
Advanced options in Yoast SEO enabled
Step 4. Your Info

Next, you need to switch to the ‘Your Info’ tab. This is where you will provide information about your site and the person.
Yoast SEO – Your Info
First you need to provide a site name and an alternate name for search engines to consider. Your site’s name could be your site’s title.
If you do not enter anything here, then Yoast SEO will automatically use your site’s title as your website name. Search engines like Google can display this information in search results like this:
Company name in search results
Step 5. Webmaster Tools

If you know a little bit about SEO, then you have probably heard that each of the popular search engines, Google, Bing, Yandex, and Alexa allow site owners to add their sites using webmaster tools area (see our guide on how to add your WordPress site to Google webmaster tools).
Webmaster tools let you see insights and other relevant data about your site from specific search engines.
Yoast SEO – Webmaster tools
Step 6. Titles & Metas

Titles & Metas section under Yoast SEO has several tabs in it.
Step 7. Social

As we said earlier, Yoast SEO is a powerhouse packed with many features to provide comprehensive optimization.
One great feature of the plugin is that it integrates your site with Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ social platforms.
Clicking on the Social link under the SEO menu will take you to setup these platforms.
Step 8. XML Sitemaps

Sitemaps are essential for your WordPress site. It is the quickest and easiest way to get indexed and notify search engines about your content. Sitemaps also allow you to tell search engines how to prioritize your content.
Step 9. Tools

As you can see that we have spent a good amount of time getting these settings just right, so you probably want to export the settings as Backup (just incase if you accidentally mess things up in the future). You can also export settings to use it as an initial guideline for all of your future sites that you are going to use this plugin on.
Step 10.Search Console

Search Console section in the Yoast SEO plugin, allows you to connect your WordPress site to Google Search Console tools (formerly webmaster tools).
You can add your WordPress site to Google webmaster tools and then verify it using Yoast SEO plugin.

snippet preview. This gives you even further insights about your specific post or page.

This articles describes only how to publish WordPress Using Yoast.

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Feedburner for SEO

How to start  Feedburner on your website

Before you can use Feedburner, you need a Google account.
Once you have a Google account, follow the rest of the steps below:
Step 1: Go to http://www.feedburner.com
Step 2: Log in using your Google account.
Step 3: Under “Burn a feed right this instant,” enter your feed URL. If you are using WordPress to power your blog, it will be: http://www.yourwordpressblog.com/feed/
Step 4: Feedburner will then ask you to provide the “Feed Title” and “Feed Address.” Enter the home page title as the “feed title” and in the “feed address,” use your main domain name.

Step 5: After clicking “Next,” if Feedburner does not encounter problems and you can see the congratulations page, then you have completely set up. Click Next.
Step 6: Feedburner then ask you which stats you would like to be automatically tracked. Check two items. First, check “Clickthroughs” to know how many people click those items back to your website.

How to use feedburner for seo

Feedburner For SEO

Having trouble getting your new site seen by readers and ranked by the search engines? Feedburner can help. This two-part series explains how to use this popular web feed management system, and how to get the most out of it.
One of the most powerful SEO elements that can help your site catch the attention of search engines and get ranked is links.

This is where Feedburner comes to the rescue. Feedburner, which is now owned by Google, is the most popular web feed management system on the Internet.

This article describes the basic techniques any blog or website owner (or someone who frequently writes and publishes web content) can start using Feedburner to manage their feeds in such a way that it maximizes the readership potential of their website.

Increased exposure + Great content = Organic links.

This WordPress blog describes the  use of RSS for web marketing. It provides information about Feedburner integration with a website that frequently publishes updated content. Included in this article are the technical details for setting up Feedburner in a configuration that will maximize its effects for search engine optimization.

How Feedburner Works

Feedburner for SEO

Feedburner offers another way to manage feeds and interact with your visitors. Its convenience increases the chances of converting your visitors , which can help you in getting organic links.
The image below shows how feeds are managed WITH and WITHOUT Feedburner, along with its features and capabilities:

Users subscribing to your RSS feeds basically undergo three major processes. The first one sees them landing on your website posts and reading content. Once they decide to subscribe to your content, they will click the RSS subscribe buttons. Both are available with and without Feedburner (for example, you can see RSS subscribe buttons in the default WordPress installation).

More Feedburner features

One of the most important aspects of modern SEO involves gaining “re-visits.” These types of visitors are loyal and can help spread the good things they have learned from your blog, either though links, bookmarks or in forums. Free Feedburner tools like email subscription can help you increase your chances of getting site revisits.
It is obvious that using Feedburner offers a lot of features, advantages and services pertaining to RSS as compared to using the default feed.
Another way Feedburner can help you is by providing statistics about your feeds and subscribers. These user statistics include the number of subscribers, where they come from, and how many individuals click on those RSS feeds going back to your website.

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Comparison Between WordPress and Blogger

Difference between WordPress and Blogger – Which one is Better?

Wordpress and Blog

New users why they should use WordPress instead of free blogging services like WordPress.com or Blogger? WordPress Beginner is the largest resource site for WordPress beginners. In this article, we will do a WordPress vs Blogger comparison to help you decide which one is better for your needs.

1. Ownership

Blogger is a blogging service provided by the Google. It is free, reliable most of the time, and quite enough to publish your stuff on the web. However, it is not owned by you. Google runs this service and has the right to shut it down, or shutdown your access to it at any time.
With WordPress, you use a WordPress hosting provider to host your own site. You are free to decide how long you want to run it and when you want to shut it down. You own all your data, and you control what information you share with any third party.

Comparison Between WordPress and Blog
See: How to Start a Blog with WordPress (Step by Step)
Step1: Setup
Step 2: Install wordpress
Step 3: Customizing your wordpress theme
Step 4: Creating your first blog post
Step 5: Plugins and Customization

2. Control

Blogger is a fine tuned service with very limited tools allowing you to perform only specific tasks on your website. The things you can do on your blogspot blog are limited, and there is no way you can extend them to meet a need.
WordPress is an open source software, so you can easily extend it to add new features. There are thousands of WordPress plugins allowing you to modify and extend the default feature set such as adding a store to your website, creating portfolio, etc.
When comparing WordPress vs Blogger for business websites, then WordPress is hands down the best long-term solution for any serious business owner.

3. Appearance

Blogger by default only provides a limited set of templates to use. You can modify the colors and layout of these templates using the built-in tools, but you cannot create your own layouts or make modifications. There are some non-official Blogger templates available, but those templates are usually very low quality.

4. Portability

Moving your site from Blogger to a different platform is a complicated task. There is a significant risk that you will lose your SEO (search engine rankings(, subscribers, and followers during the move. Even though blogger allows you to export your content, your data will stay on Google’s servers for a very long time.

5. Security

Using Blogger you have the added advantage of Google’s robust secure platform. You don’t need to worry about managing your server’s resources, securing your blog, or creating backups.
WordPress is quite secure, but since it is a self hosted solution you are responsible for security and backups. There are plenty of WordPress plugins that make it easier for you.

6. Support

 

There is limited support available for Blogger. They have a very basic documentation and a user’s forum. In terms of support, your choices are very limited.

7. Future

Blogger has not seen any major update since a very long time. We have seen Google kill their popular services such as Google Reader, Adsense for feeds, and the possible demise of FeedBurner. Future of Blogger depends on Google, and they have the right to shut it down whenever they want.
WordPress is an Open Source software which means its future is not dependent on one company or individual (Check out the history of WordPress). It is developed by a community of developers and users. Being world’s most popular content management system, thousands of businesses around the globe depend on it.

Key Difference: WordPress started off as just a blogging system. Now, it provides a full content management system. Blogger (Blogspot) refers to a free blog publishing service of Google.
Comparison between WordPress and Blogspot:
WordPress Blogspot
Definition WordPress started off as just a blogging system. Now, it proves a content management system. Blogger (Blogspot) refers to a free blog publishing service of Google.
Developer WordPress Foundations, Pyra labs.
Launched 2003 1999
Type Software Blog host
Type of accounts Free , Account with premium upgrades Free
Process to sign-up One can register for an account by mentioning an email address, username, password and URL. Requires a Google account.
Themes Comparatively more (third party for the development of themes). Comparatively less.
Limitations No direct editing of the code and no space to include non wordpress related projects. No plugin support and limited design features.
Social media and sharing Integration with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Tumblr. Tweet and like buttons.

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Bing Webmaster Tools Verification

How to Submit and Verify your WordPress Blog in Bing Webmaster tools

Bing Webmaster
Just like Google, Bing also offers webmaster tools for webmasters to analyze and improve their site’s performance on search engine. Keep in mind that Google isn’t the only search engine out there. If you’re serious about SEO, it is essential that your site/blog is added to all of the major search engines (Google, Bing and Yahoo search). Submitting your blog to Bing will cover both Bing and Yahoo. This means if you submit your site to bing webmaster tools, you can get indexed in both Bing and Yahoo search engines.
However, submitting your blog to search engines doesn’t necessarily mean you’re going to be on the first page of search results, but at least your blog will be added and will have the chance of being picked up by a search engine crawler.

Why use Bing webmaster tools?

Bing Webmaster Tools Verification

Once your Website is verified in Bing Webmaster Tools, you can:
• Learn if your site has been indexed and is getting traffic from Bing.
• Troubleshoot the crawling and indexing errors of your site.
• See backlinks, inbound links, and keyword performance for your site.
• See a complete statistics on your site’s activities within Bing.
• Submit a Sitemap of your site.
• and more…
Steps to Add/Submit and Verify your WordPress Site in Bing Webmaster tools
Adding and verifying your WordPress blog in Bing Webmaster Tools is easy and is very similar to Google Webmaster Tools. You can do it in less than 10 minutes by going through these steps.

Step 1: Log in to Bing webmaster tools with your Windows Live account. (If you don’t have an account, create one. You can also use your favorite email address as your microsoft account to sign in to Bing webmaster tools.)

Step 2: Enter the URL of your site and click Add.

Step 3: Fill out the basic information and click Save.

If you already have created a sitemap for your site, you can add it in the Add a sitemap text box by entering the full URL of the sitemap (yoursitename.com/sitemap.xml).
Step 4: Now you will be taken to a page that shows three options for verifying your blog with Bing. Choose the Option 2 which involves adding a small line of meta tag code to your website. Copy the meta tag which looks something like this:

<metaname=”msvalidate.01″ontent=”442182F30C18F471D0D1D850990F6712″ />

Now you need to paste this code in the header section of your blog. Leave this verification page open.
Step 5: Open a new tab/window and go to your WordPress dashboard.
Step 6: If you are using SEO Plugins like WordPress , you can easily add your meta tag in its settings.
If you are using WordPress SEO plugin, follow these steps:
• Go to SEO » Dashboard » scroll down to Webmaster Tools section and paste the Meta tag in the Bing Webmaster Tools field. (You need to add full line of meta tag into the field – see screenshot below.)

• Click on Save changes.

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Googe Webmaster Tool Verification

Google Webmaster Tool Verification Method

Google Webmaster Tool

What is Search Console

Google Search Console is a free service offered by Google that helps you monitor and maintain your site’s presence in Google Search results. You don’t have to sign up for Search Console for your site to be included in Google’s search results, but doing so can help you understand how Google views your site and optimize its performance in search results.

Why use Search Console?

Webmaster Verification Method

Monitor your site’s performance in Google Search results:
• Make sure that Google can access your content
• Submit new content for crawling and remove content you don’t want shown in search results
• Create and monitor content that delivers visually engaging search results
• Maintain your site with minimal disruption to search performance
• Monitor and resolve malware or spam issues so your site stays clean
Discover how Google Search—and the world—sees your site:
• Which queries caused your site to appear in search results?
• Which sites are linking to your website?
Google lets you verify ownership of a website using one of three methods:
1. Meta tag.
2. Upload an HTML file.
3. DNS Verification.
This question has been answered multiple times before. Let me answer it again, with the bonus of showing you the cleanest way possible.

Google Webmaster Tool verification methods:

1. FTP an HTML file
The disadvantage of this method is that you will need an FTP client installed on your computer.
We WordPress bloggers don’t use FTP frequently. We may use an FTP client one time to install WordPress.
But we use the WordPress admin dashboard to do every uploading related task such as uploading a picture, or a theme, or a plugin.
2. Add a meta tag to header file
You can follow the steps shown by Don Campbell in this video and add a meta tag to the header.php file.
3. Use All In One SEO Pack plugin
• This the cleanest method to verify ownership.
Download and install the WordPress plugin —
Once you are done with the installation, all you have to do is:
1. Go to WordPress Admin -> Settings -> All In One SEO
2. Paste the meta code into the text area called “Additional Home Headers”.
3. Go to the “Verify Ownership” page in Google’s Webmaster Tool and click on the “Verify” button.
Step 1:

Go to Google Search Console (former Google Webmaster Tools), sign into your Google account and click the red button to add your website.

Step 2:
Once you’ve clicked the button to add your site, just type your website’s URL in the box. Click the blue button to continue.
Step 3:
Get the code.You will want to use the HTML tag under the Alternative Method. Only copy the code that is in the parenthesis after content, as per the image below.
Step 4:
Log in to your WordPress website. When you’re logged in, you will be in your ‘Dashboard’. On the left-hand side, you will see a menu. In that menu, click on ‘SEO’.
Step 5:
The ‘SEO’ settings will expand providing you additional options. Click on ‘Dashboard’.

Step 6:
Click on the ‘Webmaster Tools’ tab and add the code under ‘Google Search Console’. Click ‘Save Changes.

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How to Create WordPress Blog

How to start WordPress Blog

WordPress is a free personal publishing platform. It is an easy to use, fast and flexible blog script. It comes with a great set of features, designed to make your experience as a publisher as pleasant as possible. With WordPress you can easily:
• Publish and edit posts
• Search within your content
• Manage users’ access
• Change your website themes and more

How to install WordPress?

Wordpress Blog

Please, visit the pages listed below to find detailed instructions on how to install WordPress on your website with the help of the Softaculous auto-installation tool or via the built-in web installer.

How to create a blog site with WORD PRESS?

Create WordPress Blog

Once you have installed WordPress you can start building your blog. First, navigate to the WP login page entering the exact URL:
http://www.yourdomainname.com/wp-login.php
There you should enter the login credentials, which you have chosen during the installation process. Then you will enter the Administration area of the WordPress script:

How to start blogging?

To start writing posts in your WordPress blog, simply click on the Posts -> Add New link from your Dashboard. You will be redirected to a page where you can create your article.

Click the Publish button once ready and your post will be immediately visible at the front page of your blog.

Steps

1. Before You Start a Blog .
2. Choose Your Blogging Platform.
3. Choose a Domain Name
4. Sign Up With Web Host and Install WordPress.
5. Customize Your Blog and Choose a Theme.
6. Learn to Add Posts and Pages.

• Settings – > Reading: Choose a static page then select your desired home page from the drop down menu.

Set your navigation menus and widgets: Now that you’ve created your pages you need them to show up on the page where you want. This is very specific to the theme you choose so I don’t want to show visuals that could end up being contradictory. That being said, the general steps are:
• Dashboard —> Appearance —> Menus – From there you can add pages to your top navigation bar and put them in the order you want.
• Dashboard —> Appearance —> Widgets – This is generally where you would build your sidebars. You can have more than one sidebar on a page and you can customize what pages they will show up on. As I mentioned previously many sites only have a side bar on their blog page.

How to add Plugin’s: WordPress has a huge variety of plugins available to help you improve site functionality, SEO, collect e-mails and thousands of other things. The plugins I am recommending here are all free and can be found by going to Plugins —> Add New and searching for the name.

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How to Start a Blog in Blogger

How to Create a Blog

Blogging Tips
Google freely allows anyone to create a blog through its proprietary Blogger service. As an administrator, Blogger features a wide range of publishing features to help you manage your content with efficiency.

Steps:

1. Visit Blogger.com and sign in using your existing Google account. Otherwise, click “Sign Up” and follow all required instructions to create a new account. Return to Blogger.com once your Google account is created.
2. Type a username into the Display Name field, then click “Continue to Blogger.”
3. Click “New Blog” from the main dashboard. Enter a blog title, select a unique URL address and apply a template using their respective fields.
4. Click “Create Blog” to complete the setup process. Blogger subsequently redirects you back to the main dashboard. From here, click the pencil icon to create a new post. Otherwise, click the drop-down arrow to access your blog’s customization options, or click “View Blog” to access its homepage

Creating a Blog

Blog Technique
Step 1: Go to Blogger.
Step 2: Click on Sign In. It’s in the upper-right corner of the window. Enter your Google username and password.
• If you don’t have a Google Account, click on Create Your Blog. This will take you to a screen where you can create an account to use with Blogger.
• Select a profile type. Click on Create a Google+ profile to create a single account to use across all Google properties. If you’d like to use a pseudonym or limit your exposure on Google, click on Create a limited Blogger profile.
• Follow the online prompts to finish creating your Google+ or limited Blogger profile.
Step 3: Enter a Display Name and click Continue to Blogger. The display name is the name that your readers will know you by.
Step 4: Click on Create New Blog.
Step 5: Type a title for your blog.
Step 6: Type a URL for your blog. If it’s unavailable try other variations on the name you want to use, but don’t use symbols like hyphens, underscores
Step 7: Enter the word verification and click Continue.
Step 8: Choose a starter template. This is the basic design and layout of your blog.
Step 9: Click on Create blog!.
Step 10: Click on Theme. It’s near the bottom of the menu on the left side of the page. This allows you to customize the look of your blog beyond the elements contained in the starter template.

Step 11: Click on Basic and then +Add authors. The latter link is in the lower-right corner, under the “Permissions” section of the menu. This setting allows you to add other contributors to the blog, so that the writing burden does not rest on your shoulders, alone.

Creating a Blog Post

Blog Post
1. Click on New post. It’s at the top of the screen.
• Create posts, post edits, and page edits under Posts in the menu on the left side of the screen.

2. Enter a post title. Type it into the text box to the right of Post.

3. Write your post. Click on Compose to type your post as you would in a typical text editor, which includes functions like different fonts and sizes, text color, and the ability to insert links.
• If you prefer to work in HTML click on HTML.

4. . Click on Post Settings. It’s in the upper-right corner of the window. From this menu, you can enable reader comments, select HTML settings, and post the time and date. Click on Done when you’ve made your changes.

5. Click on Save. Doing so saves your work, so far. Click on Preview to see what your post will look like when it’s finished. Click on Publish to take it live for your audience.