WordPress Plugins: SEO – new course on

Learn how to boost your WordPress SEO with the two most popular SEO plugins in this video tutorial from Morten Rand-Hendriksen and

SEO is a much talked about and often misunderstood topic for web designers, developers, and bloggers alike. In my new course WordPress Plugins: SEO I demonstrate how you can use two popular WordPress SEO plugins, All In One SEO Pack and WordPress SEO by Yoast, to boost SEO and social sharing on your WordPress site without turning to alchemy.

This is a short and straight to the point course that will get you up and on your way in just about an hour flat. It is also the first course in my WordPress Plugins series on which I am very excited about. If you have any plugins or plugin-type tasks you want to learn more about, let me know in the comments and I’ll put it on my list for a future course.

But for now, get your SEO in order with WordPress Plugins: SEO!

By Morten Rand-Hendriksen

Morten Rand-Hendriksen is a Senior Staff Instructor at LinkedIn Learning (formerly specializing in AI, bleeding edge web technologies, and the intersection between technology and humanity. He also occasionally teaches at Emily Carr University of Art and Design. He is a popular conference and workshop speaker on all things tech ethics, AI, web technologies, and open source.

7 replies on “WordPress Plugins: SEO – new course on”

Excellent idea. I’m excited as well. My vote for future courses would go for some calculation plugins. Such as jazzy forms, calculator etc. How to configure them and style with css inside the plugin.

I took the course and I loved it- straight forward and to the point.
Your courses helped me a lot. The website I built is built on the knowledge of in general and on the base of your courses specially. Great work.

Hello there Morten!
Thanks for your great videos!

I have a question about the senSEO plugin for Firefox that you recommend. I have tried to install it, and it seems to install fine although it does not prompt me to restart Firefox. I have tried it both ways- with and without a restart. In both cases senSEO is not viewable in my status bar. I installed Firebug previously. I’m using Firefox 24.0.

I have contacted the developer but thought you might have a suggestion? Hoping so…

Thank you,

Just saw your tutorial last night via lynda free trial – i actually had to watch it from start to end, very interesting info for my knowledge, thanks.
Also a very clear voice !

Just checked the introductory and got interested.
I recommend a course on “WordPress eCommerce SEO: WooCommerce”.
Great job mor10

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