How to Publish a post on WordPress with On-Page SEO?

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SEO is optimizing your blog post in WordPress. It helps to improve your page result. Search engines process a blog post before publishing is especially easy to do it. You can optimize every single element of your blog from start to end. It’s very convenient to create a blog for content writers and publish a post on a WordPress blog with On-Page SEO

Now we are learning how to work with On-Page SEO in WordPress

  • Create a New Post
  • Title and Headings
  • URL
  • Meta title and Meta description
  • Keyword
  • Add feature images
  • Categories
  • Tags
  • Links

Create a New Post


Once you create content and decide to publish a blog on WordPress with On-Page SEO. First, you can open and log in to the WordPress dashboard. And open a Post option to Create New Post. Post > New Post and you will start to work with a WordPress blog with On-Page SEO.

Title and Headings

After creating a new post, you will be adding a Title and Headings. Headings and subheadings on a webpage in order of importance from H1 to H4, and H1 is usually being a title. And H2 and H3 are the main subheadings.



URL Optimization is one of the main processes of the search engine optimization of a website. You can edit a permalink option to create your URL is short and include a keyword in every URL.

Meta Data 

Meta Title and Description


Meta title 

Meta title was maximum recommended characters are 60. This meta title was the same as the content Title. To add a meta title swipe down your post, and view the Post title to add your meta title.

Meta description

The meta description tag is the objective of your content, that appears on the result page. A meta description adds a summary, up to 160 characters.



Keywords are most important in On-Page SEO. And use your important keyword in the first 100 to 150 words of your content. And it also includes your Title, URL, Meta description, and Conclusion. So add the main keyword and swipe down on the Focus keyphrase.

Add Images

Adding feature images to your blog is the best way of help to SERPs.

Add media file

Add alt text


Adding a media file is to adding images in related headings.

The file size is less than 2 MB, and WordPress does not accept an image size bloated 2 MB.

Alt text

Alternate text (alt-text) describes your images to search engines, so the potential to show up in image searches to add alt text to images in the WordPress editor, click the image.


The categories are mentioned in which type of your content is about.


Tags should be added in your blog post, and it may be a maximum of 3 tags mentioned, and mentioned tags are only small letters.


A hyperlink is a link that navigates users and search engines from one page of the website to another page of your or any other website. It will be crawling the links to the individual pages on your website, and they will crawl the links between entire websites.

Internal Link

An internal link is any link from one page on your website to another website page, and both your users and search engines use links to find content on your website. Your users use links to navigate your site and find the content.

External Link

External links to related pages and help google find out your page content. Also, show google that your page is a piece of information. A link (known as a backlink) is a hyperlink that will direct a user


One more step to adding a link is to choose the main keyword and select Ctrl + K to paste your Internal link or External link.

Once finish your blog post to WordPress Save the Draft Preview your blog and Publish.


The above mentioned are the fundamental elements of how to publish a blog post on a WordPress blog with On-Page SEO. Personally, this way of learning will be easy to understand, and I hope you would learn this way to post your blog on WordPress.

Dinesh Kumar VM

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