WordPress SEO for Food Bloggers at FBC5

Written by Tom Greenwood - July 4, 2013

Wholegrainer and WordPress dude Eugene Molari will be presenting this Sunday at Food Blogger Connect (FBC5) in London, providing valuable advice for food bloggers on ow you can take control of your own SEO and attract more readers to your site.

WordPress is hugely popular with food bloggers thanks to its ease of use, huge number of design templates available and it’s great SEO features.

Meet Eugene at Food Blogger Connect

eugene-molariIf you are lucky enough to be able to attend the conference, Eugene will walk you through the technical fundamentals, specific technical tricks to enhance food related websites and also offer advice on writing content that is good for humans and search engines.

It is going to be a great event with many amazing bloggers and a great line up of speakers.  You can find full details at: www.foodbloggerconnect.com

For those of you that can’t make it (and for those that did), we are posting here the presentation slides of the event.


At the end of the presentation, the following question was asked and the answer is below for those who would like to know:
Q: Can you add more than one Google+ profile url to your WP author profile via Yoast’s WordPress SEO plugin in case you had a guest author?
A: You can only add one Google+ profile link to each author inside your WordPress site, but you can add multiple users to your WordPress site, each linked to their individual Google+ profiles.   If you add a guest author as a user on your site then you can do this easily.  It only doesn’t work if you post an article on behalf of a guest author using your own WordPress login details, and then the plugin will assume that you are the author and link it to your Google+ profile instead of theirs.
If there are any more questions that you would like to ask, please do post a comment below and we will be happy to answer the for you.