We are getting started! We have just created our Google Analytics account, you have your Tracking ID (the one that goes UA-XXXXXX) but you do not want to mess with code of your website or maybe with your IT Department. Don’t you worry! Google (and this blog) got you covered.
I recommend you to create and install Google Tag Manager on your website (here you can learn how to set GTM with just a few easy steps). With Tag Manager on your Site and installing Google Analytics through it, you will be set for an uncountable amount of code changes on your website without even having to mess with the rest of the Site, as well as many more options like tracking correctly conversions, and implementing many other tools.
A few days ago I explained to you the wonders that Rank Math SEO can do for your WordPress Site, on a blog-post named “Rank Math (part 1): Why you need this all-in-one SEO Plugin for WordPress“. If you are kinda convinced about transitioning to work with it, on this post I am going to show you the 5 easy steps that you need to follow in order to install it and start working.
Many of us wonder what might be the best SEO plugin when we encounter ourselves building/setting up a WordPress Site. It is quite hard to choose one that will fulfill most of our needs but also does not take up much space on our Site or/and will make it go slower. Even though the best decision for our SEO is not having to use any sort of plugin and just implementing it all on code, sometimes a helping hand will leave us with an amazing experience and making easier the day-to-day website management.
By the end of 2018 Rank Math was released, and with a few work-versions later it has been considered one of the best SEO plugin for WordPress, surpassing the Premium version of Yoast SEO valuations and being one of the firsts options for SEOs worldwide.
In this blog post I am going to show you what are the advantages of this pluggin, while learning how to set it up. So, let’s dive into it! 😉