WordPress is one of the finest content management systems around the world, I know! Call me biased but I always encourage all of my clients to shift to WP as it’s a win-win game for me and for my clients. A client gets access to an easy-to-use CMS system that requires no special training or manual for updating a post or a page, whereas SEO becomes very easy for me on my end.
Many people think WordPress is a SEO friendly CMS system, which to an extent is right but not completely true as in if you use it in its original form without tweaking different parts of it, you might face a lot of different issues like URL friendliness, duplicate content issues and more.
In this post, I will tell you about what exactly you should be tweaking in order to make your WP CMS SEO friendly and get the most out of your website by easily getting indexed in different search engines including Google and Bing and by getting ranked for different relevant key phrases.
I am dividing these WP changes into 3 parts that include Basic, Professional and Advanced Level. I will try to explain everything in detail as much as possible so that you can deal with it yourself without a professional engineer, in case you are given a non SEO friendly WP site.