SiteContent, if I don't use it.

Last Update: September 16, 2018

I prefer to use the wordpress editor to write content for my website

It is because I can write and add my affiliate links & embeds right away.

I can set a standard image size such as thumbnail and comments on the image which I cannot do in sitecontent.

All is done and set it the way I wanted before publishing.

With sitecontent, I need to publish first then add them later in there.

I might forgot my ideas where to put some links, where to put videos, and plus with sitecontent, the final appearance always need spacing adjustments.

I find that the wordpress editor works more efficient for me.

If i did not use SiteContent, will that have any difference in terms of seo or indexing?


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YumaBloggers Premium
With site content, you can add all of your links just like WordPress' Default editor, and you can drag scale your images to the dimensions you wish in seconds. The only thing I find is if I plan to use Pretty Links or optional content layouts from Gutenberg I have to edit in the default editor and convert to blocks but there is no issue if you don't use it. The site content system has a powerful proofreading tool and over 1 million royalty free graphics is about the only thing you would miss.
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wwkit626 Premium
yes, that makes me do my post with two tasks.
first, do what I can with sitecontent.
remember where I want to put iframe links and embeds or codings
publish it
go back into wp editor, add what is left and update.
check the view of the page.
edit again the spacings if it does not look right.

or I can just do it all at once in wp editor.
The only thing is I will not get email notification of indexed by Google.
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YumaBloggers Premium
What I suggest is do your rough draft in site content, proofread before adding to WP and then publish in WP so you only use Site Content as a Word Processor with advanced grammar and spell checking capabilities. I will note the checker in Site Content is not the best and neither is Grammarly Free edition but between the two they keep the grammar Nazis off my back.
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DerekMarshal Premium
All sites that don't don't use the Site content facility will immediately be deindexed, flashing blue lights will appear on your screen and the internet police will come and arrest you...

Just kidding.

Not using site content will have no detrimental effect on your site or its rankings or SEO.....and no flashing blue lights and no internet police either.
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wwkit626 Premium
I guess the internet police is on the way now
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DerekMarshal Premium
To make bail you have to publish 100 posts in 100 days fully optimised with the great keywords...
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wwkit626 Premium
Big brother Google will rescue me
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newmarketpro Premium
There's no difference in terms of SEO and indexing. In any application, there's always pros and cons. Site-content has features that you can't find in wp editor. There are things which is yet perfected. At the end of the day, it's personal preference whether to use it or not. The answer to your question is, no it doesn't impact on SEO and indexing (all being equal in terms of structure, spelling, grammar, syntax, punctuation etc etc).

Joe
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wwkit626 Premium
Thanks for the confirmation.
I don't like to do the two-step task which is to write first, add HTML embed, iframe codes later.
I know I can add images with sitecontent, but the size is free form.
My page speed is faster when I did it in WP editor. I use the 150x150 thumbnail preselect.
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