Making your WordPress SEO friendly means it’s optimized for search engines. But, search engines don’t really care for what you have to say and they certainly can’t purchase anything. All websites should have these goals:
- Having targeted audience
- Retaining people long enough, so they read what you have to say
- Evoking desired reaction in people after they read your content
And here’s why SEO means much more than what the acronym stands for.
Good search functionality is what all search engines are about, but it’s also a trait of usable websites. There’s a lot of search plugins out there, but only several worth mentioning:
Let’s see how they stack up.
To optimize website for people means to follow usability and accessibility guidelines, start with a small, clutter free environment and work your way up…
I’ve covered pretty much every aspect of making your WordPress website faster and more reliable by subscribing to free CDNs (Content Delivery Networks), using .htaccess and by applying performance best practices.
It’s time to take a look at one of the premium services for optimizing your online business – MaxCDN.