Whenever it comes to functionally optimize the WordPress platform for SEO, several problems need to be discussed. All include unique items to make the site score well on a search engine. This includes more specific stuff. These problems can be found with the use of online audit software or the buying of your own audit tools to save you time to manually locate them. It is important to optimize your website so that your website is viewed in the best possible way by Google.
Pages that lack a title page
A title to a page is very short and simple, and so it is necessary to have the target keywords for a page on all pages, and the other pages to a good extent. To set a title tag on a page with WordPress, you must first be on a page on which a title is to be set. The “Edit Tab” button will be placed in the WordPress toolbar. You must scroll down until you are in the Edit page area (if you haven’t set a page summary it is already there because you set a default one). You must scroll down the page before seeing the title preview.
Pages with a title/meta-description duplicate website
Anything duplicated by Google is for original content and fresh ideas make it harder for Google to grasp the blog, so original names for each website are a simple and powerful way to search engines. This will be edited in the same manner as the last two, by editing the WordPress website and updating all your names if any of them are repeated.
Pages that lack a meta overview
If your SEO does not have a meta-description explicitly, but it is really important because it is also the title and meta-description of your website in your quest by Google that you first market your product or service with an efficient description to your client. If no meta summary is given, instead of a copy from a website, search engines can view it.
Google Analytics lost pages
If the user wants to see what is happening with their website, items such as refers and traffic, Google analytics should be available on any post. You can also set up other monitoring tools in Google analytics that will do whatever you can. You need a Google Analytics account, and the analytics will be included in the code for each page on the website.
Pages with a small number of words
To boost your technological optimization for your platform, we suggest at least 250 words on the website, but exceptions to non-key pages, for example, contact pages, can be made. This is because if a website has a low word number, the search engine offers less information, which makes it harder for the search engine to interpret the page and to assess whether or not the page is of high quality. It is also highly recommended that your main pages contain more than 250 words and don’t ignore all the keywords to boost your on-site SEO. In the WordPress blog, you will only add material to the website that is easy to view and update and increase the number of words more than possibly.
Duplicated material problem pages
Likewise, sites with material that is perceived as redundant can also be worse, just like a replicated page title or meta summary is detrimental to your SEO. You get to select which version is probable to be the original, or most relevant because the search engines do not display both pages. Therefore, you jeopardize your chances of reaching desired high rankings by having pages of redundant content. There is no time to alter duplicate content for a WordPress website, except to change content and ensure that your entire website does not contain any contents the same.
Lost anchor links or text of ALT
If a link does not have any ALT text, a search engine finds it more difficult to grasp the meaning of your website and thus harder to decode the value of your website. It is therefore advisable to emphasize ALT text to your links so that you don’t have to fight the search engine to read and classify your site. You can do this easily by connecting text that is important for the connection as an anchor text in your <a> tag.
Missing pictures Text of ALT / Title
With the use of ALT and title language, search engines will provide you with a simple opportunity to learn more about what’s going on in the blog, so you will use keywords to understand what the icon is and what it has to do with the website. The use of your ALT text and title text keywords improves the probability of ranking higher for your term as Google understands that this keyword is important to your page, provided the rest of this page is configured for your keywords. Try to make sure you have ALT text and title text on all the pictures on the web. This can be added in the media section for WordPress where you can find all the pictures on the blog, just click on the icon, and the ALT text and title text can be included in a section on the right side.
Broken images can destroy not only your SEO but your user experience as well. When a customer can display an icon on his website but the picture is distorted, they will be dismissed as the broken image will have a bad effect on their interaction on the web. It can also affect your SEO adversely when search engines can see a broken image. But make sure that you have no broken images, above and above search engines, for your customers. You should ensure that you get the broken picture on the WordPress page since soon as possible since there are some explanations behind the broken image. There are no certain ways to repair this. There are several reasons. You will read the usual explanations and corrections here for broken pictures.
Errors page / Links broken
Page errors can create a problem where the search engine does not locate a related or indexed page on your website. This can be that the server is too late to reply, or this page can be removed, or if the URL has been altered without redirecting 301. These errors prevent a user from getting to your website, as they seriously impair your SEO and user interface, and should be modified as quickly as possible. There is no way to modify an interrupted connection on a WordPress blog because you will find some excuses and ways to correct it. There is no way to change it.