You may have heard (or read) someone saying: “Don’t opt for Wix, their SEO sucks”. So we decided to completely check the ins and outs of Wix’s SEO and let you in on our findings. We’ll also show you where we identified weaknesses (for several types of projects even we would advise against using Wix).
Note: If you are searching for a complete guide on all the Wix SEO features, please check them here. But first… where does Wix’s bad reputation result from? It really is true that, at first, suggesting Wix for SEO was difficult. They just had way too many conditions that made competing in Google, and other search engines, difficult. An awful URL structure. 9). This isn’t SEO friendly in any way. Adding and features (alternative text for images) wasn’t possible.
But now this is also a thing of days gone by. The blog… well, your blog used to be a complete catastrophe as you could not optimize the name tag, the URL or the meta-description of your content. But Wix too set this during 2016. Also, back in the day, Wix was based on the Flash technology, which were harmful to SEO, and After all bad really. All these SEO issues that Wix had, sank its reputation. However, we should say they’ve been working hard and, in 2016, they finally swept up with the best site constructor options for SEO.
In 2019, they even added several advanced SEO options like Canonical Full and URLs Results, making … Read more