Considering the fact that WordPress is the most widely used CMS, let us assume that Google prepares itself for WordPress websites. They even have an official AMP plugin for WordPress.
But as a webmaster, do you think that is enough ? ie, simply banking on the WordPress' inbuilt SEO is enough for you to succeed ?
If it is WordPress, no problem. There is some default SEO present as you mentioned. It can be improved further. That depends mainly on the type of website you use.
If you are building a website for your service, or a blog about Yoga etc you will have different needs and would need different kinds of optimisation, which is dynamic. One that worked for your competitor might not work for you at all.
admin you will have different needs and would need different kinds of optimisation, which is dynamic
Which means, it will change with time ?
admin One that worked for your competitor might not work for you at all.
Won't the WordPress SEO be the same for both ? Considering the underlying CMS is the same.
admin There is some default SEO present as you mentioned.
True, but it's substandard. It does have basic SEO out of the box, although with this being an ever-changing landscape in the sense of SEO, it's unlikely that your site will gain any traction without an SEO plugin to offer structured META tags.
phenomlab to offer structured META tags.
You mean this one ?
Try the second link you have posted. It is a bit of work. I haven't done much work with that.
Your query is still valid. Maybe phenomlab might have more to share.
What have you tweaked so far ? A 1 -2 line info will be very helpful to gather an idea.
No problem. I can go through the docs. I found some guides too. They some plugins can help optimise it in major CMS'.