How To Do Seo For WordPress Website The Easy Way

How To Do Seo For a WordPress Website The Easy Way header

Now, when I say easy, I don't necessarily mean expensive, so don't be running to the hills with your arms flapping in the air just yet. You can do WordPress SEO for Free!

Learning how to do Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for a WordPress website will help you improve your rankings in search engine search results which in turn can send more organic (free) traffic to your website that is capable of increasing your number of sales, subscribers, and email lists.

WordPress, on its own, is an amazing content management platform to build your website but there is always room to squeeze even more performance out of it.

SEO should be an integral part of your website development at every stage but there is one tool that can help cover almost every area for your website's online marketing strategy.

I'll be reviewing and showing how to use it further down but first let's find out what SEO really is and why you should be concerned about it.

What is SEO

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a process to boost a website's performance so that it will rank earlier in unpaid search engine results. The earlier or closer to the first page your website ranks from a search engine search query the more visitors your website will get.

One way to optimize your website's rankings is by keyword optimization. There are different ways to do keyword research but many rely on keyword research tools like the one I reviewed HERE.

Some will say (like Ricky and Jim) and that SEO is not really required to have a successful website.

They go on to that if your website has quality and helpful content it will rank as good as those that use SEO research tools that can cost hundreds if not thousands of dollars per month. 

That the search engines will rank any good websites that answer people's questions quickly and effectively. 

If you can get the same ranking and traffic without SEO why should you do it?

Why use SEO

Why do I suggest that you use SEO if some online marketers or affiliate marketers say it's not necessary?

I say it's one of those situations where it doesn't hurt to do SEO if you do it right but you may fall one spot below someone else if you don't do it. 

That one spot below can be the difference of being on the first page results or the second- page result.

The Best Place To Hide A Dead Body Is Page Two Of Google Search.  - Anonymous

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If your site is a very specific and low competition niche then SEO may not be required.

I'm talking about low competition websites where there may only be about a hundred people interested in that subject. I won't name any examples, with my luck my example may actually have millions of people interested in it.

If you are like most affiliate marketers or online entrepreneurs you likely have hundreds, thousands, millions, or billions of competitors for your niche.

Then I say SEO is worth doing.

Especially that SEO is quite easy once you have the right tools and training. 

It's important to note that if you do SEO improperly your ranking can actually get penalized. So be sure to get the appropriate training

SEO has other advantages as well that will be described in more detail below.

All-In-One SEO For WordPress Plugin Review

All-In-One SEO is a free plugin for WordPress websites.

This free plugin will do a lot of the SEO dirty work for you as you build and add content to your website.

It only takes about a minute or two to install onto your WordPress website

All IN ONE SEO plugin install ScreenShot

Once you have the All In One SEO installed and activated you will see all of the available features provided for free. That is quite an impressive list of features for a free version.

All In One Feature Manager ScreenShot

The free features include:

  • XML Sitemaps where you can create and manage your XML sitemaps for your website. You can submit your sitemap to Google, Bing/Yahoo, and Ask.com.
  • Social Meta where you can add metadata that will increase the integration between your website and social media platforms.
  • Robot.txt which will generate and validate your robot.txt file. This will help navigate search engine bots through the website.
  • File Editor that allows you to edit your .htaccess file and fine-tune your website.
  • Importer and Exporter allow you to export or import all of your All In One SEO pack settings from one site to another.
  • Bad Bot Blocker cause you don't want any bad bots slowing your website down.
  • Performance optimizer related to SEO and you can check your system status.

Now you may be wondering what are you supposed to do with all of those features. 

You're probably thinking that this is looking more complicated not all that easy like I mentioned in the title.

No worries, as I will show how easy it is to set up and use the All In One SEO for beginners below.

How To Use The All-In-One SEO For WordPress Plugin

Once you have your All In One SEO Plugin installed and activated you will be ready to set up the General Settings feature. We will also look at the Social Meta Feature.

Starting with the general settings you have several sections but only a few need to be adjusted to get started to ensure Search Engine Optimization for your site.

The General Sections include:

  • General Settings
  • Home Page Settings
  • Title Settings
  • Content Type Settings
  • Display Settings
  • Webmaster Verification
  • Google Settings
  • Noindex Settings
  • Advanced Settings
  • Keyword Settings

The main sections to edit will be the General Settings, Home Page Settings,  Webmaster Verification, Keyword Settings. This will ensure you set each section set up properly for the best SEO for your website. All this information will be read by Google and other search engines and show this information on various search engine result pages.

General Settings

In most cases, the default settings should only have the Canonical URLs and Use Schema.org Markup checked. Then make sure Use Original Title is disabled.

AIO General settings ScreenShot

Home Page Settings

Home Title: the name of your website and you can add something that is more captivating and interesting. Keep it under 50-60 characters.

Home Description:  Explain what your website is about, make it interesting, and recommend under 150 characters.

Home Keywords: When you activate the keyword feature this section becomes available. You can add some of your website keywords here but not to go too crazy as that feature limits your SEO ranking.

Use Static Front Page Instead: Is disabled otherwise it will try to use information from your front page for the metadata which may not fit appropriately for this use. 

AIO Home Page settings ScreenShot

All the information you entered into the Home Page Settings is not going to be seen on your webpage. This information is used to display information on the search engine result pages.

Below you will see an image of what I previously had in my Home Description. (I updated it while writing this blog and Google hasn't updated the change yet at the time I took this screenshot.)

So next to the Affiliate Wealth Authority title you will see what I added in the All In One SEO "Home Title".

Then in the description, that is where we get the "Home description" text that I put in. 

Affiliate Wealth Authority on Google ScreenShot

A little side note:

If you use the All In One SEO plugin properly you should own the first page of Google when you search your website title. As we go through more explanations on using SEO you will see how it also links with social media platforms as well.

If you look at the image below you will see that I pretty much own the front page except for the video and the last entry.

I know that I really need to get going on the video side of marketing.

I offer no excuses! I'm slacking on that aspect.

Affiliate Wealth Authority on Google front page ScreenShot

Title Settings

You can leave these at the default settings.

If you want further information then you can read full documentation here.

Content Type Settings

You can leave these at the default settings.

If you want further information then you can read full documentation here.

Display Settings

You can leave these at the default settings.

If you want further information then you can read full documentation here.

Webmaster Verification

Here is where it will a little work as you will need to set up a Google search console, and Bing webmaster accounts. If you want to use Pinterest then you will need to create an account there as well.

Google Search Console

Google Search Console sign up ScreenShot

You can click the image above to create your Google Console account. If you already have a Google account you can sign in using your account.

Once your account is set up you can go to the homepage to "Add a Property".

Google Search Console add a property ScreenShot

You will get a popup where you just need to enter the website you want to add then click on "Add".

That will bring you to Google Search Console Verification page.

You won't need to follow all those steps shown in the description. With All In One SEO, it will be much easier. 

Next, click on the "Alternate methods" tab.

Google Search Console verification page ScreenShot

With the "Alternate methods" click on the HTML tag button.

There you will see a meta tag. DON'T COPY the whole tag.

You only need the long complex code in between the  " ".

Google Search Console Meta Code ScreenShot

Keep that window open as you will need to return later to click the big red button at the bottom that says "Verify".

Now you take that copied code and you paste in the All In One SEO Webmaster Verification Google Search Console field.

ALL In One SEO Webmaster Verification section ScreenShot-

Always make sure to save your work!  Go down to the bottom of your All In One SEO page and click on "Update"

Once you've saved that code in your All In One SEO you'll need to go back to the Google Search Console Verification page and click on "Verify"

Now you should see your website property on the search console homepage where you will be able to manage and view awesome statistics for your website.

Bing Webmaster Tools

Similar process as setting up Google Console.

Click Here to go the Bing Webmaster Site. Here again, you will need to create an account but you can sign up through your Google account, Microsoft account or Facebook.

Once you are signed in you can go add your site.

Bing Webmaster Tools add a site ScreenShot

Next, you will have a form popup with the URL you just entered.

There is no need to add a sitemap at this time.

You can go ahead and click "ADD"

Bing Webmaster add a site form ScreenShot

Now you will have 3 options on how to verify your site with Bing.

The same way as with Google you will take the code only from the Meta Tag.

Bing Webmaster meta tag ScreenShot2

Copy that code, keep that window open as you will need to go back to click "Verify". Now paste that code in the All In One Seo Bing Webmaster Tools field.

ALL In One SEO Webmaster Verification section ScreenShot-

Always make sure to save your work!  Go down to the bottom of your All In One SEO page and click on "Update"

Go back to your Bing Webmaster Tool and click on "VERIFY" at the bottom.

Pinterest Site Verification

  1. Log into Pinterest from your computer web browser then click on the ... at the top right to open your menu
  2. Click on Settings
  3. In the left column, click on Claim
  4. In the "Claim Website" section, that is where you enter your URL
  5. Click on Claim
  6. Click on "Add HTML tag"
  7. Similar to Google and Bing you will need to select the code from the HTML tag.
  8. Return to All In One SEO and paste the code in the Pinterest Site Verification

Always make sure to save your work!  Go down to the bottom of your All In One SEO page and click on "Update"

Go back to Pinterest and click Submit.

Now your site should be connected to Pinterest.

Google Settings

There is a spot you can add Google Plus that won't be of any use April 2, 2019, as they are closing Google + down for good.

You can Set Preferred Site Name:

All In One SEO preferred Site Name ScreenShot

Another good thing to add at some point will not help increase your search engine rankings is to insert your Google Analytics ID.

You will need to create a Google Analytics account here.

With Google Analytics, you will be able to keep track and report on your website's web traffic.

you can tweak some other areas as you wish but keeping the rest as default will be fine for your SEO.

If you want further information then you can read full documentation here.

Noindex Settings

You can leave these at the default settings.

If you want further information then you can read full documentation here.

Advanced Settings

You can leave these at the default settings.

If you want further information then you can read full documentation here.

Keyword Settings

You can leave these at the default settings.

If you want further information then you can read full documentation here.

Page and Post Individual Settings

With the All In One SEO activated you will see form type section below your content in WordPress that provides an option to add SEO metadata to each post and page.

The metadata form looks very similar to the Home Page Settings within the General Settings.

All In One SEO Main Post Settings ScreenShot

What you write in the Title and Description sections will show up as shown in the snippet preview at the top of the image. Again you want to keep your title around 50 characters and your description under 150.

You can add keywords related to your post but that doesn't serve much use anymore.

That brings us to the end of the All In One General/main settings section.  Now it's time to look at some of the social.

Social Meta Feature

This is another powerful part of the All In One SEO tool.

As for the main Social Meta Settings, you can leave them as default. 

Eventually, you can add things like your Site Name, linkages to Facebook, and Twitter but the feature will also add social functionality to each page and post on your website so the general settings aren't as important.

If you want to dig deeper into tweaking the general Social Meta Feature settings then go here.

Next, we go to the individual page and post social meta settings.

Similar to the main page and post settings you will find the social meta form at the bottom of the page or post in the WordPress content editor.

All In One SEO social meta form ScreenShot

You can copy and paste the same information from the main settings meta tab but it is better for SEO if you change it up a little for the social meta.

The main meta settings you may want to keep it more on the serious side whereas the social side you want to bring out the wilder side.

You want to use more catchy headlines. Don't use the ones I put in there as they are kinda lame as I'm only creating an example.

In the title, you still want to keep it at around 50 characters and 150 for the description. The social meta does have more room but you may lose your readers' interest if you put more.

If your post or page had images on it you would be provided options of which image you want to use when sharing your post or page. In the example above I had no images in my post so I chose to upload an image from the media library.

You can also specify the height and width of the image,. You can add a custom video and tweak how your post or page will look on Facebook or Twitter.

That is all you have to do to prepare your site for sharing on social media. 

Of course, you can also add further information when do share the post or page.

Pros - All-In-One SEO

All In One SEO plugin is one of the most used plugins for WordPress for a reason, it works and it makes the job of SEO that much easier.

Can you imagine having to write all types of code to do the things this plugin does?

List of Pros:

  1. Must have features to maximize SEO benefits on your WordPress website
  2. One page general settings with available explanations for each entry
  3. Easy to edit SEO
  4. Free plugin works well for any individual WordPress site

Cons - All-In-One SEO

The cans are somewhat conflicting. As some of the things I find to be a con is actually a Pro for others.

List of Cons:

  1. One page general settings, some people prefer a tab set up
  2. Does not have content analysis. I actually feel that this should be a Pro as a post or page live content analysis can drive bloggers to focus too much on keyword stuffing which doesn't work anymore and may penalize your site.

Alternatives To The All-In-One SEO

A direct competitor to All In One SEO is an SEO plugin called Yoast.

Yoast has many of the same tools and features as All In One SEO.

It also has the features available that I listed as Cons for the All In One SEO plugin.

If you are looking for an SEO plugin that has the general settings in tabs instead of all one page and want content analysis the Yoast would be your plugin to use.


The All In One SEO plugin will help you along on how to do SEO for a WordPress website the easy way.

I personally use the All In One SEO and find it works well, no glitches, and easy to use in day to day SEO.

As mentioned earlier there is another strong contender. Yoast may be a little younger but still a great contender nonetheless.

No matter which one you may think is better just be sure to use one of the SEO plugins if you want to make sure you can get awesome organic/free traffic to your site based on the amazing content on your website.

Are you already using an SEO plugin? Which one are you using? Please let me know down below I would love to hear about your experiences.

If you liked this blog post please leave a comment below or have a question I always reply.

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Click Here to Leave a Comment Below 38 comments
Kinggold19 - February 27, 2019

Wow, this is really useful. I have been looking for a way to expand my knowledge about SEO most especially for all-in-one-SEO for WordPress, and this article solves it all. The pros and cons are easy to work with, also I learned about the alternative to SEO, Yoast, which is quite interesting. I really appreciate this wonderful information about this article. Thank you. Good job here. 

    Paul - February 27, 2019

    Thanks again for your feedback. It’s valuable for me to know that my content is helpful.



Dave Sweney - February 27, 2019

This was a very useful and complete lesson on how to practice good SEO on your WordPress websites without breaking the bank or spending half your available time on the task. There is a lot of money made by agencies that charge huge sums of money for these services.

As you rightly point out the exercise of incorporating good SEO does not have to be difficult nor take an inordinate amount of time. The plugins that are available at a very reasonable price (or free) mean that you can do things your self and a lot can be automated.

Those that insist SEO does not matter have a point, however, I would rather use a plugin and have that additional edge to move one or two positions up in the rankings. As you say, it can make the difference in getting no traffic and getting some. It also filters through to leads, sales, and success.

My point is why would you NOT use a plugin that has free levels of use to get that little edge. Using the tactics that you so clearly spell out that is not that hard to do, you can improve your overall operations. Thanks for this great training, you have helped a lot of marketers today.

    Paul - February 27, 2019

    I am indebted for your valuable feedback. Using a free plugin to get that may get you that extra boost in the rankings can really be the difference between having an income to not having any.



Kenechi - February 27, 2019

All in one Search Engines Optimization is something vital in website ranking which some bloggers out there may not really know much about. I am blessed to be part of such a community here in wealthy affiliates which teach me everything I need to succeed in the affiliate marketing business. Everything about SEO is damn real. 

    Paul - February 27, 2019

    Affiliate marketing is an amazing way to earn extra income on the side or make it your full-time business. The options are limitless.



alexandra - February 27, 2019

I am familiar with SEO but I never really understood the meaning of it, so thank you for very quickly explaining the meaning of SEO. I have the built in SEO program for wordpress but until now I did not know how to use it or the benefits from using it. I tried searching for my own website and it did not show up, so now I will follow the steps you are providing to up my SEO. Thank you for the article.

    Paul - February 27, 2019

    It also depends how old your website is to whether you will see your website name show on the front page of SERPs or not. It’s important to do the basic SEO steps but it’s more important to write good quality blog posts that help people. Like this site is meant to help beginner affiliate marketers.



Jerome - February 27, 2019

Wow Paul this post is impressive ! Being an affiliate marketer myself, I’m always looking for the optimal tools that I can use on my website to boost traffic and engagement. I really like how you deep dive in the All-in-one SEO plugin, especially the part on linking the social profiles and Bing webmaster tools. This is really something we frequently overlook. Definitely something I’m going to consider for my site. Thanks for that !



    Paul - February 27, 2019

    Sometimes the smallest details can make the biggest difference.

    Glad I could help.



Henry - February 27, 2019

Hi Paul! I have heard about Yoast, and it seems to be a good plugin for SEO. But I have started to run two sites on WordPress and I installed All In One SEO on both, and I’m super happy.

I really like the fact that it’s so easy to edit. And also that it’s free.

I haven’t known anybody close to me that has Yoast on their site. I recognize I should investigate a bit about it. But, I really don’t feel the need yet, because All In One SEO has made things so comfortable so far.

Could you expand a bit more why you believe content analyses may be considered to have a negative impact on the site? All In One SEO doesn’t allow content analysis but Yoast does.

    Paul - February 27, 2019

    It is now known that Google is really focusing on ensuring they are sending people to good quality and helpful content. Whether you have enough keywords in your content is no longer a factor.

    Search engines like Google are looking at people’s reactions more than how many times you can plug a keyword. So that is where Yoast’s content analysis feature can hinder a writer as they will end trying to please the analysis outcome instead of thinking about the reader.

    I hope that helps.



Tim Bennett - February 27, 2019

Hello Paul,

An excellent review of SEO!

Your step-by-step training to set up All in One SEO plugin is fantastic. It’s very clear to understand and I am very sure many new bloggers will find it very helpful.

I am presently using Yoast, which I see you also mention.

Have you any comparisons as to results between the two and which do you personally think is the best of the two plugins?

Would be great to have a post comparing the two if possible.

Great job!


    Paul - February 27, 2019

    Yoast and the All-In-One SEO WordPress plugins are quite comparable in SERP results. The two main differences are the layout of the user interface and Yoast has a keyword monitor as you write your blog posts.

    I feel that the added keyword monitoring feature in Yoast can be a disadvantage as people will focus too much on keywords instead of focusing on helpful quality content.

    Wishing you the best of success Tim.


Paul - February 27, 2019

Dear Paul,

Thanks a lot for the very thorough and comprehensive review post.

To share my own experience…

I am using All-In-One SEO plugin for more than two years and I have 160 posts on my site. When I started my blogging career, I am not technically strong and knew nothing about SEO and plugins. All-In-One SEO plugin is user-friendly and very helpful and preferred it instead Yoast after some research, at the same time Yoast is also awesome for me as a beginner I preferred All-In-One SEO.

To be honest with you although I am using All-In-One SEO plugin for more than two years after reading your post I learned a lot of helpful new things which I was unaware of.

Much Success!


    Paul - February 27, 2019

    Happy to be of assistance. I hope you found some new tricks to boost your website’s performance.



Vapz - February 27, 2019

I must confess that you have really done an impeccable job with the thorough step by step guide on how to do SEO for word press website the easy way using the All-in-one SEO plugin. I haven’t gotten to the stage where I need to start  Search Engine Optimization for my website but I’m glad I found this website early enough. I would prefer to try the All-in-one  before I try any other. It’s always better for me to start with easier options and when I have gotten used to the task, I go for the more complicated ones and this seems like my best option.

    Paul - February 27, 2019

    The All-In-One SEO plugin for WordPress is an easy to use application and it certainly covers a huge portion of the SEO process. You don’t want to spend too much time on SEO but you can’t ignore it either. Using the All-In-One to support your SEO so you have time to create quality helpful content is the best way to start your online business.



Linus Udochukwu Marvellous - March 19, 2019

I have always had a problem doing SEO for my WordPress website and it has been very difficult for my website to grow. I have given up many times due to the difficulty I always face when doing SEO. I have read your article and I have learned some tips on how to be successful in SEO.

    Paul - March 19, 2019

    I hope the tips help make it easier and help you rank faster in the SERPs.



Olalekan Taliat - March 19, 2019

The best way to start a good content developing is to make sure SEO is running at the best possible level. The SEO process could be technical but using the All-in-one SEO plugin remains one of the best ways to optimize WordPress as it helps to reduce the time taken in setting up a good website. I must commend you for this quality step by step article on the SEO for a website.

    Paul - March 19, 2019

    All-in-One SEO plugin is an amazing tool and easy to use once you learn the basics.



Gracen - March 19, 2019

Hi Paul, this is amazing. I am familiar with SEO but have never had the opportunity to read an article on SEO that is as informative as this one. I mean you vividly and painstakingly laid it bare for a layman to understand. Right from what SEO is all about down to the process of installing the plugins and how to use the All in one SEO, with the pictures to guide a newbie.

The pros of using All in one SEO is great and in my own opinion doesn’t have cons. It saves us the stress of writing codes which can really affect non-programmers. Great article as usual. Keep up the good work.

    Paul - March 19, 2019

    I remember what it was like when I started and hoped to cover all the questions I had when I was a newbie. Thanks for stopping by again and don’t hesitate to come again. Love to hear from you and ask any question that comes to mind.



Adamu2 - March 19, 2019

I absolutely love this insightful article because it is full of great information. This is fascinating and interesting to me. I have been looking for ways to improve my website traffic but your post has spread more light to it on getting and applying SEO to rank my website. Your article solved my problems with SEO and All-in-One SEO. Thanks for the review. Best regards

    Paul - March 19, 2019

    It’s important to get on your SEO right from the beginning. With the All-in-One or Yoast, you can do it all within minutes while creating your content. It’s awesome.



Achievers - March 19, 2019

You made my day with this article. A few weeks ago I heard about this from a friend but yet to get proper details on it. The all-one- SEO plugin is just what I needed to brush my skill in using the search optimization engine for WordPress website. I am sure only a few online businessmen especially bloggers know about this. This is really gonna be a great help to me in building my traffic as well. I am a proud member of Wealthy Affiliate, this platform has set me on the path to a financial breakthrough. Thanks for bringing this to my knowledge. 

    Paul - March 19, 2019

    Great to see you back. If at any time you have any questions just let me know.



Topazdude - March 19, 2019

Awesome! This was a very useful and exhaustive lesson on how to practice well. Hope bloggers are benefiting here? As SEO on your WordPress websites without breaking or wasting your available time on the task. All In One SEO plugin appears to be a real help along on how to do SEO for my WordPress website the easy way.
I was a member of Wealthy Affiliate, and I can apply everything that I’ve learned from them, when it comes to SEO rankings, keywords, PPC, etc. Thanks for sharing this helpful information.

    Paul - March 19, 2019

    The All-in-One SEO tool really does make it so much easier although I do remember at the beginning how confusing it all was and that is why I created this blog post.
    Best of success


Seyi - March 19, 2019

I’m glad I came across your article as this article has been very informative and helpful in making my decision to try SEO. I have always thought SEO to be something that is difficult to understand and use. I mostly thought it was for professionals but with this article, I have seen that it is what I can also use. Please, can you recommend the best SEO or I should go with the all in one?

    Paul - March 19, 2019

    Yoast is another amazing SEO tool. The only reason I don’t recommend it is that it has a keyword ratio feature that is no longer an element required today for SEO. Then new affiliate marketers tend to focus too much on whether they have enough keywords and forget to write naturally. Otherwise, the tool works just as well as the All-in-One (AIO).



Peace - March 19, 2019

I just recently started blogging, and I’m getting to hear terms like ”SEO” for the first time. I must honestly confess that, I’m having a hard time getting a hang of these new terms.

And that’s mostly because I’ve not come in contact with information that will bring me up to speed with what they mean. 

Enters, your blog: and boom! I feel like I’ve known about SEO all my life. Such detailed and simple step by step guide to do SEO for WordPress websites

    Paul - March 19, 2019

    Delighted to hear this blog post on how to do SEO has helped you. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to come back and ask, I love to answer and maybe write a blog about it too.



Amanda - March 19, 2019

Jaxxy is a great tool and its awesome that I get the basic usage for free because I am joined up with Wealthy Affiliate!  I love that quote by the way about the body on page two, so true!

This is an amazing step by step tutorial that I personally am bookmarking as I need reminders sometimes.  Other times you have those “aha” moments when this information really kicks into gear.

I have been at this for a month, finished my training and I still am learning and learned a few things from this tutorial.  Thank you so much for this informative article!

    Paul - March 19, 2019

    Excellent! Always pleased to hear that the information is helpful and happy for you in finding Wealthy Affiliate as it will make your journey that much easier.



affiliate_ghost - March 19, 2019

Hello, Paul :),  this was deeply insightful and very helpful, SEO for WordPress really does help rankings especially with newer sites. I just verified my Bing webmaster and Pinterest with your detailed work through. Definitely subscribing to your site to keep me informed. Thanks for a great article. I would definitely share this post.

    Paul - March 19, 2019

    Awesome! Let me know if you have any questions I would love to answer them or even write a new blog post to share with everyone. 




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