SEO Check for WordPress Blogs

  1. suchmaschinenoptimierung


    What about a SEO Check Feature, which shows the seo data of the wp-blog to the admin (a check if the blog is correctly "optimized")?

    I would like to have a kind of statistics, which reports:

    Article/Postname | Keywords (Density) | Metatags-Check (title and description ok?) | Headings ok? (H1, H2. H3 etc.)

    This is a short form of a possible (onpage) seo statistic plugin/feature. It would really help wp-users to optimize their pages by themselves and to get better ranking results for their blogs at google, bing and other search engines.

    Posted: 8 years ago #
  2. MSN-Nicks

    This is a Great idea! I think it must be done!!

    Posted: 8 years ago #
  3. This is likely a little more difficult that it might sound I think. Different WP themes pull and render the information from WP differently. Some use custom fields to store things like custom title elements, meta description & meta keyword values, etc.

    To check all pages on the site, they can't simply whiz through the MySQL DB and generate this SEO report. They would have to render every page on the site and then interrogate the resulting HTML source for the page to look for the elements and their corresponding values so that they could report on it.

    Posted: 8 years ago #
  4. kandyandrew

    I agree with your points in this post, Along with keyword density, heading tags, meta tags implementation, some other things can also be done, such as

    1.interlinking pages with correct anchor text

    It helps our visitors to navigate other pages in our website.

    2. Avoid duplicate contents in your blogs:
    If the content is good bounce rate will be decreased and help to give priority to our blog SERP in Google.

    3. Alt image tag:

    Providing alt image tag in our images, will help us to rank our images in Google images SERP.

    And doing off-page compulsory for our blogs will definitely help us lot

    Posted: 8 years ago #
  5. Jen
    Key Master

    This is plugin territory, not appropriate for core.

    Posted: 8 years ago #

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    This is plugin territory