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Login to your WordPress Admin

Ideally, you should use WordPress as a Content Management System if you are not an expert in coding. With multiple plugins available to facilitate your website, you do not have to worry about code.

Other Content Management Systems are fine as long as you can perform editing for important things like Title Tags and Meta Tags.

Be Warned, Wix may hurt your SEO

However, Chase Reiner has mentioned that Wix is not ideal for SEO due to the amount of Javascript that it contains.

I personally enjoy using WordPress because of the awesome plugins. This ensures that I can use plugins like Yoast SEO to improve SEO rankings.

Also, there are other plugins like creating a custom 404 error page and so on, but that’s a topic for another day.

Use WordPress Snippet
Use WordPress Snippet

Click on the Plugins in the navigation panel

Once you’ve logged in, simply click on “Plugins” located at the left hand side of the navigation panel.

Wordpress Plugins Snippet
WordPress Plugins Snippet

Search for Yoast SEO in the search bar

Once you’ve done that, search for Yoast SEO in the search bar. Click on “Install Now”. Activate the plugin once it has finished installation.

Yoast SEO Search Plugin Snippet
Yoast SEO Search Plugin Snippet

Write adequate content for your page

Once you’ve installed YoastSEO, be prepared to write content for your page.

Enter your focus keyphrase that you want to rank for.

Ideally, you should achieve all the green indicators and green smiley face as shown at the bottom of your WordPress Editor.

In this scenario, I have some orange and red indicators because my theme, Divi, does not integrate that well with YoastSEO. There are some glitches in detecting the subheadings.

In short, just make sure that you have achieved all the green indicators.

Yoast SEO Green Faces Checks Snippet
Yoast SEO Green Faces Checks Snippet

Head Over to Google Search Console

Once you’re done with the content on your page, head over to Google Search Console.

You can do this very easily by simply searching for “Google Search Console” on Google.

Search For Google Search Console

Search For Google Search Console

Click on Start Now to go to the dashboard

The next step is really easy. Just click on Start Now.

Click On Start Now
Click On Start Now

Setup your Google Search Console

If you have not set up your Google Search Console, do it now. For more information on how you can set up Google Search Console, you can check out this article written by Google.
How to Setup Google Search Console.

Go to the old version

I am not entirely sure why Google designed in this way, but you have to click on go to the old version if you want to fetch and render your pages. I may be wrong.

Go ahead and click on “Go To The Old Version”.

Google Search Console Old Version
Google Search Console Old Version

Click on Fetch As Google

Under the toolbar that is shown on the left hand side of the screen, click on “Fetch As Google”.

Click on Fetch as Google
Click on Fetch as Google

Enter the URL of the page you would like to rank

Now you can enter the URL of the page you would like to rank. Be sure to include the front slash as well. This is because in Google’s eyes, they view pages with and without a front slash as different pages.

If you do not include the front slash, Google will simply automatically redirect the pages.

So just do it.

Once you’ve entered the URL, click on “Fetch And Render”.

Google Fetch And Render
Google Fetch And Render

Click on request indexing once the fetching and rendering has been done

Now you can request for indexing. Once you do that, your page should be visible on the Google Search Engine.

Click Request Indexing On Google Search Console
Click Request Indexing On Google Search Console

Click on request indexing once the fetching and rendering has been done

Just follow the instructions and click on I’m not a robot. Select “Crawl only this URL” and click on Go.

Crawl Only This URL On Google
Crawl Only This URL On Google

Voila, you are #1 for the Google Search Term you want to rank for

Obviously, this is only extended to non competitive keywords. If you are trying to rank for competitive keywords, you need a lot more than just content and indexing on the Google Search Console to do that.

You may need to have some authority on your website. That may include some Off Page SEO besides the On Page SEO that you have done.

In this case, “Bukit Gombak SEO” is not a competitive keyword. That is way I am ranking #1 for this keyword.

If this article has helped you, be sure to give it a 5 Star Rating or share it with any of your friends. Cheers.

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Still confused?

No worries, I’ve made a nice step-by-step video for you. If you can’t even follow the video shown at the top of this post, which goes step-by-step, then I can’t help you. I’m joking. If you have any queries, feel free to contact me via email at jim@swiftturnmarketing.com

How To Rank On Google For Any Keyword
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