If you know what SEO (“Search Engine Optimization”) is, then you know it’s one of the main lifeblood to your website. If you haven’t heard of SEO, basically, it’s a process to help your website rank higher in search engines such as Google. Once your website gains more visibility in search results (ranks higher), then more people will visit your website. Once your website gains more visibility in search results (ranks higher), then more people will visit your website.
Makes sense, right?
In this post, I want to share my own opinions about SEO and website builders with you. I can’t tell you which specific website builder is the best for SEO, but I can try to dispel some common myths/misinformation about this topic – based on my own experiences. I know some of you are probably going to jump out of your seats because you think I hate on Word Press.
I don’t hate Word Press.
I actually enjoy using it because, after years of building websites with both drag & drop website builders and with Word Press, I’ve learned to use it very proficiently and dare I say.