Read our Yoast tutorial (and the 500+ comments) and you'll quickly see we're the masters of WordPress SEO. Beyond keyword research + on-page SEO, we rank sites using speed and CTR optimization, rich snippets, Search Console, and powerful links.
Configuring Yoast is the first step to good WordPress SEO. We make sure your settings are configured optimally from the Search Appearance tab all the way to setting up Webmaster Tools and social meta data. If you need training on optimizing content with Yoast, we do screen sharing sessions.
Webmaster Tools setup, sitemap submission, publish dates + breadcrumbs
Researching focus keywords + on-page SEO beyond getting green lights in Yoast
1 on 1 screen sharing training (we’ll login and teach you to optimize pages/posts)
A good keyword list takes into account monthly searches, competition, and profitability. With your collaboration, we'll research high opportunity keywords and lay the groundwork for optimizing both new and existing content. A good keyword list is absolutely mandatory for your content strategy!
Extensive collaboration on your products, services, current keywords
Keywords within your competition (high searches with low competition)
Keywords for blog articles aimed to generate more clients, links, shares
Keyword research is the most important step to on-page SEO
Once you have a solid keyword list, it's time to create perfectly optimized pages around those phrases. Whether you need help developing new layouts or enhancing snippets to increase click-through rates (or even just using your keyword in the right places) we're obsessed with on-page SEO.
Targeting multiple keywords
Using keyword(s) in the right places
CTRs (SEO titles + meta descriptions, rich snippets, FAQ rich snippets, publish dates)
Other on-page SEO tricks (eg. HTML table of contents, social meta data formatting).
We optimized our WordPress site to load in <1s with 100% GTmetrix scores (and multiple other sites to load 400% faster). Half our blog is dedicated to WordPress speed optimization tutorials. We provide before & after GTmetrix reports and use load time as the primary metric for testing, however there is a correlation with load times and scores in GTmetrix + PageSpeed Insights.
We use Google's local search ranking factors to optimize your WordPress SEO with geo-targeted landing pages, Google My Business, and citations (directories). Whether you have a single location or multiple, we'll use your website, citations, and links to rank higher in Maps and localized search results.
Google My Business
Citations (online directories)
Geo-targeted landing pages
Optimizing multiple locations
Have us fix mobile, sitemap, indexing, and security errors in Google Search Console. We can also setup Search Console if you don't have it already and proving training on using it to improve the overall health of your WordPress SEO. This includes using the Search Analytics report to track rankings + CTRs.
Fix crawl errors (broken URLs)
Fix mobile, security, index errors
SEO metrics using search analytics
Submit Yoast XML sitemap to Google
We use Google Analytics and Search Console to provide detailed reports on your WordPress SEO. Google Analytics can be used to learn about your visitors (where they come from, location, gender, age, and much more). Learn how they interact with your site and setup specific tracking goals & events.
Adding tracking code
Best & worst performing content
Segmenting data (location, age, gender language, mobile device)
Setting up custom reports based on specific metrics you want measured
Rich snippets add "extra information" to your snippets which can significantly increase click-through rates. Your WordPress site should be taking advantage of all possible rich snippet types (this is specific to your content) and should have zero errors in Google's structured data testing tool.
Identifying which content on your WordPress site can use rich snippets
Rich snippet plugin configuration
Adding the necessary markup
Testing and fixing specific errors in Google’s Structured Data Testing tool
Our YouTube video tutorials have over 1 million views combined. We're no YouTube sensation, but we do know how to optimize videos. By finding long-tail video keywords and optimizing for keyword usage, click-through rates, and engagement, we can help you rank videos higher in both YouTube and Google.
Researching YouTube keywords, monthly searches, and competition
Optimizing videos for keywords
Video description optimization
Transcripts, thumbnails, tags, location