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On Site SEO Optimatizion for Wordpress Blog

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by WhiteHatMe, Jul 2, 2017.

  1. WhiteHatMe

    WhiteHatMe Newbie

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    I have a scientific blog with extremely HQ content. I am consistently adding more HQ content and I am looking for a way to outsource my on-site SEO. I have a few questions:

    1) Will a premium Yoast subscription be sufficient for configuring my site to be perfectly SEO optimized?

    2) If not then what is a fair price for the service of providing on-site SEO and how do you suggest I approach it considering that I will be adding 4-6 articles per month and I will need those pages optimized as well.

    3) Can anyone recommend an established reliable service or the best tool which can help me identify the best keywords for each article page based on the article content besides just using a Keyword Tool?
     
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    bump
     
  3. Ettienne

    Ettienne Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I personally use Premium Yoast and am pretty happy with it after using All-In-One SEO for many years. As long as you understand basic on-page SEO, you really don't need more than that.
     
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  4. Fenix19

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  5. WhiteHatMe

    WhiteHatMe Newbie

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    Thanks!

    All in one SEO = monthly package?
     
  6. duran1

    duran1 Regular Member

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    WPSEO is the key... Yoast will slow down your server.. (if you want to reach google pagespeed 100)
     
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  7. Jerinzm

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    Yoast is best, i think so
     
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  8. devilinside

    devilinside Junior Member

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    I prefer yoast been using it for a while now, but new update is a bit complicated.
     
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    Dev!Licious Junior Member

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    You don't need the premium version of the Yoast plugin for good on-site SEO. Don't think any of the definitive guides on on-site SEO say that you need it. I don't use the premium version and don't think it's a necessity - it's an added bonus, of course.
     
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  10. vilto

    vilto Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    The premium version will not give you better SEO, but it can help if you are a complete newbie.

    I'm pretty sure you will get better results learning by yourself how to improve your in-site SEO than trusting the KPIs/Suggestions of the plugin.

    The Yoast plugin is very useful for a lot of things, use it without forgiving to improve your SEO expertise in the other hand.
     
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