How to Install and Setup WordPress SEO Plugin by Yoast
How to Install and Setup WordPress SEO Plugin by Yoast. WordPress SEO by Yoast plugin is one of the must-have plugins on any WordPress website.If you care about your website’s performance in Search Engines and you haven’t installed it yet, this tutorial is for you.Be it website development, online shopping, online education, or any other facet, SEO has always been an integral part of online activities. Where there is a website, there will be the need for optimizing it for search engines.
How to Install Yoast SEO Plugin?
First, thing you need to do is install and activate the Yoast SEO plugin. Upon activation, you will notice a new menu item in WordPress admin bar labeled SEO with Yoast SEO logo on it. Now that you have installed and activated the plugin.
How Setup WordPress SEO Plugin by Yoast ?
you want to use Yoast’s WordPress SEO plugin. Then please follow along the steps carefully.
Most of you probably have another WordPress plugin or a theme framework dealing with your SEO data. If you want to successfully use this plugin, then you need to make sure that all of your previous data has been transported to this plugin before you deactivate the other one. If you’re setting this up on a new blog, then skip this step.
Clicking on the SEO icon takes you to settings page for the plugin. Click on ‘General’ tab and you will notice a button to open configuration wizard. We want you to ignore this wizard.
Switch to the ‘Features’ tab and enable the advanced settings page. Click on the save changes button to store your settings.
This is where you will provide information about your site and the person or company behind it. First you need to provide a site name. If you do not enter anything here, then Yoast SEO will automatically use your site’s title as your website name. If you choose company, then you will be asked to provide a company name, and you can also upload a company logo.
In order to verify your site and see those exclusive data, you have to add a meta tag to your site, or upload a file.
This has only one option which disables advanced part of the WordPress SEO meta box. We recommend that you leave it disabled.