WordPress SEO Checklist

Use this SEO checklist to professionally optimize your website. The checklist is for more experienced users. If you are still a beginner, we recommend our step-by-step instructions above.

You can save your checks at the bottom of the checklist or have them sent to you by e-mail. Your data will be treated confidentially and will neither be forwarded nor evaluated. Contact us with questions or visit our SEO courses for an even better understanding.

Success guarantee

There are no guarantees or promises of success in SEO. Search engine optimization is also always dependent on your competitors. But the main risk factors are people. Many go into SEO with false expectations: they often want quick results after years of stagnation. That’s impossible. Because Google learns from past passivity and then takes over slower changes. In addition, results can be measured at the earliest four weeks and usually within three to six months.

You can achieve quick results through advertising. That’s why we recommend you try Google and Facebook Ads in addition to the SEO. But also here is first the own offers and contents to optimize (thus the og. SEO checklist to follow), so that your users even a reason, with you to convert (shopping, contact etc.).

The most important success factor in addition to the above is constant and really good online communication. That’s why, in addition to optimizing your existing content, we recommend publishing at least one really good blog or guest post every month. Because only when you have something of your own to say, people on the Internet will react and link you. Backlinks are still very important in SEO.

Make sure your reputation builds up as natural as possible, linking only to reputable sources. According to the Google guidelines you should refrain from all unnatural reputation building such as business directory entries and link purchases.

But also plan to revise at least one blog article per month to improve the quality of your content as consistently as possible. By the way, blog posts should have less of a news character than informational content.