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[How-To Guide] Enable Search Engine In WordPress

WordPress, no doubt most popular CMS and millions of bloggers/webmasters already using it. In earlier posts, I have already covered important topics like

How-To Guide on Installing WordPress

How-To Guide on Installing Plugin From WordPress Dashboard

How-To Guide on Installing WordPress Theme From WordPress Dashboard

Now continuing in same series of posts, I’m offering you a how-to guide on enabling search engines in WordPress blog. Many bloggers and webmasters are unaware of it and forget to enable search engine in WordPress blog which result in traffic loss and indexing problem. So in this post I offer you a step-by-step guide on enabling search engine in WordPress powered blog.

Step1: Log-in into wp-admin panel by typing URL

http://www.domainname.com/wp-admin (replace domainanme with your domain)

Step2: Now on top of your blog you see that “Search Engines Blocked”.


Step3: In wp-admin panel go to “Settings” and click on “Privacy” as shown below:


Step4: When you click on “Privacy” it open a new window as shown below:


Step5: Now click on “I would like my site to be visible to everyone, including search engines” and after it, click on “Save Changes” button to save the changes.


Step6: Congratulations, you have successfully enable search engine on your site.

If you face any problem do share it in comment section or you can use Free WordPress Installation Service.

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  • Kunal @ TechHogger

    This is a new feature I guess, I too noticed it the other day when I created a subdomain.

    • At Kunal, don’t know about this but when i’m installing wordpress on new domain i saw this feature so i share it with all 🙂

  • Great Vivek. It will help many of the newbie bloggers.
    Keep it up.

  • Great find buddy 🙂

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