Those blogging on WordPress should be somewhat familiar with WordPress SEO. If you are blogging on WordPress for fun only or you know the basics, then you may want to move on and not read further. However, if you are blogging for money-making purposes, you may want to continue reading here about WordPress SEO.


There are many articles out there if you search SEO. If you search Google for these three letters, you will find that in the top three searches that Wikipedia’s definition is first and foremost. There it is defined as the process of affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a search engine‘s “natural” or un-paid (“organic“) search results. Simply put, SEO is the backbone of what effects others to come to your site daily through search engines. If you have optimized SEO, then the higher ranked your site will be. Thus, the more it will appear in search engine results. Consequently, the more visitors you will then receive. Which is a direct relationship. Because as your rank increases, so too your page visits increase.


By using a plugin that will help out tremendously with each and every post/page you have on your site. Yoast SEO – the original WordPress SEO plugin since 2008. It is the favourite tool of millions of users, ranging from the bakery around the corner to some of the most popular sites on the planet. With Yoast SEO, you get a solid toolset that helps you aim for that number one spot in the search results.

Install Yoast SEO

Installation is very very easy. Follow the video above or steps below:

  1. In your WordPress backend click Add New in Plugins menu
  2. In top right corner search for Yoast SEO
  3. On the Yoast SEO card click Install Now
  4. After installation, click button Activate

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Setup Yoast

Setup is fairly easy. The best follow those steps in the video below. If you struggle or your Yoast SEO doesn’t look the same like mine, comment below or get in touch.

Use Yoast SEO

After you have indeed installed, activated and set up Yoast WordPress SEO, you will want to take a better look at it in each and every post, you write and publish. But how can you use this to your benefit? Simply by being able to set it up and use in each and every post now. Basic extended tutorial how you can work with Yoast SEO is in the video below. Grab a coffee and enjoy!

Yoast SEO for Facebook

Let’s call it tips and tricks. Facebook doesn’t care about our keywords at all. So we don’t need to sweat on finding extra keywords for social media. It’s better to use creativity in us and set a catchy title and description. Also, the featured image can be replaced to something different, something for the social media audience only. Check tips and tricks in the video below.

And that is a wrap on SEO for Dummies Photographers with Yoast WordPress SEO. Hit me up in the comments if you need anything more! And more will come soon. Thanks!

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