Blogging is great. If you’re a blogger, you may have realized your words have such power to cause a huge variety of emotions in your readers. That’s simply amazing. You can teach, entertain, shape, influence, and many other things in your readers’ lives.
However, sometimes you’ve not dedicated time to think of the way you’ve managed your posts SEO requirements. That’s why we want to show you how to fix SEO errors on thousands of your posts or blog entries using an intuitive and easy-to-use spreadsheet.
4 Common SEO problems in posts
Here we give you a quick list of the common SEO problems most bloggers experiment. We can even say that these are the reasons why you’re not having success with your blog posts:
1- Long and neglected URLs
If you have really long URLs and don’t delete secondary words, search engines will not show your blog posts in the first place, and your potential readers will never know about your blog posts.
2- No SEO keyword
If you want search engines to find your blog posts quickly for your readers, then you need to set good SEO keywords.
3- No SEO descriptions
SEO descriptions are key if you want your readers to know about your blog posts and become interested in reading them. Therefore, don’t skip them; they’re crucial.
4- Bad SEO titles
You must have good titles if you want your readers to open and read posts. If you, for example, have WRITTEN YOUR TITLES WITH CAPITAL LETTERS ONLY, nobody will open them.
Fixing SEO errors with WP Sheet Editor
This plugin helps you manage your site and make lots of changes to your posts in a few clicks. For example, you may fix SEO errors quickly because you just have to edit them in a spreadsheet.
You can download the plugin here:
You can download the plugin here:
After installing, go to Sheet Editor > Edit Posts
Here we show you two options to fix your SEO errors:
- First, we want to show you how to do it by yourself using the plugin’s spreadsheet.
- Second, we’ll show you how to import the SEO corrections if you have used a SEO tool such as Screaming Frog or Moz.
Optimize your posts’ URL slugs
URL slugs are crucial. They tell search engines about what your posts are about. Therefore, you should not neglect them. As a simple tip, we can tell you that your URL slugs must be specific and clear. Avoid secondary words.
Now, in WP Sheet Editor, just go to the URL slug column and start changing them in each post. It’s a great advantage that you don’t have to open your posts one by one to edit them. Just go to the spreadsheet and change the words in the URL slugs.
Optimize your posts’ SEO keywords, descriptions, and titles
Keywords: SEO keywords help search engines find your posts quickly for your readers. That’s why you should dedicate time to optimize them. Of course, if you do it one by one, it’ll take you hours; however, with WP Sheet Editor you just need to go to the SEO keyword column and edit quickly.
Descriptions: Nobody will become interested in reading something he/she doesn’t know anything about. That’s why your posts’ SEO descriptions are really important. And you can edit them easily in WP Sheet Editor. Just go to the SEO description column and edit them in your posts.
Titles: Sometimes, people recommend you to set your SEO titles in capital letters. However, something more useful could be highlighting the important words with capital letters. Of course, you can search on google how to write better titles for your posts. Here we show you how to do it really quickly. You just need to go to the SEO title column and edit it in your posts.
Of course, we’re just showing you the columns you need to use. You’ll know which keywords, descriptions or titles are best for your industry.
IMPORTANT: After making all the changes, you need to hit SAVE in the spreadsheet toolbar.
If you have used a SEO tool like Screaming Frog or Moz to correct your posts SEO errors and have them in a CSV file, you can easily import the corrections to WP Sheet Editor.
For this you need to use the Import tool which is in the top toolbar. So please click on it.
Once you open the Import tool, you need to do this:
- Source: CSV file from my computer
- Select file from your computer
- Hit Next
After that, click on Import all the columns.
Then, you need to select these values:
- Do you wan to update or create new items: Update existing items, ignore new items
- Field 1: CSV Field: Title
- Field 1: WordPress Field: Title
- Click on Next
Finally, click on The preview is fine, start import.
After that, the plugin will start importing your SEO corrections and you just have to click Save in the spreadsheet.
That was easy
If you want to increase your traffic and sales, you should dedicate some time to optimize your posts SEO requirements. Here we’ve shown you four ways. However, you can quickly apply many other changes using the WP Sheet Editor Posts Spreadsheet plugin.