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Changing permalinks

When you get WordPress you will have a very inefficient URL structure which really does not help your SEO (Search Engine Optimisation). What you want to do is change your settings to Post Name (/sample-post/) if you own a blog you can even have your setup as Month and Name (/2015/02/sample-post/) – this will show when the post was published and then the post name.

 

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To do this you will need to log into your WordPress Dashboard, go down the left hand side and hover over Settings and click on Permalinks. You will have a list of common settings, go to Post Name and select it, then click Save Changes.

 

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