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hello,

I am getting little confused with which plugin is best for wordpress seo.



Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author App Developers
    I used to have all in one seo pack and I wasn't thrilled. I did switch to Headspace2 and I am beyond thrilled. I have never tried yoast. good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author Abledragon
    In addition to those plugins you also want to think about how you use your categories and tags - they're an important part of SEO'ing your WordPress site. More info here:

    Optimise WordPress with Categories and Tags | WealthyDragon

    and here:

    SEO For WordPress Blogs | WealthyDragon

    Cheers,

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  • Profile picture of the author JamesZakaria
    I heard good things about SEO Presser, a clickbank product that helps improve on page SEO.

    As far as free plugins, All In One SEO is recommended by the leading marketers and Google XML Sitemaps are helpful too.
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  • Profile picture of the author voiceofthepatriot
    Great advice. I am currently working on my site and am implementing alot of this. Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Banks
    All in one SEO is fine, all you need is optimized titles and to add a description.You could also get a decent theme like Thesis
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  • Profile picture of the author WPMaker
    All in one seo (you can choose the FV all in one seo, it's easier to setup)
    Google XML Sitemap

    Those two should do the work.
    Also change the links to category/post title (for example: domain.com/your-category/your-post-title) and put the keyword in the title
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  • Profile picture of the author brianboyer
    I use Headspace 2 or All In One SEO
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  • Profile picture of the author sekarbuffett
    very good one..,informative discussion thankyou
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  • Profile picture of the author faysal969
    Here is a thread about Wordpress plugin http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...s-plugins.html. Hope you will get the answer of your question.
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  • Profile picture of the author seopress
    Originally Posted by ameen01 View Post

    hello,

    I am getting little confused with which plugin is best for wordpress seo.



    Thanks
    All in One SEO Pack, as well as the SEO by Yoast plugins are good, but I've recently begun using Greg's High Performance SEO on a number of sites, I think it's my new favorite.

    Another good one (for tagging images) is SEO Friendly Images.

    And, assuming you're using pretty permalinks with the postname as part of the url, SEO Slugs is another excellent addition.
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  • Profile picture of the author clickbump
    Originally Posted by ameen01 View Post

    hello,

    I am getting little confused with which plugin is best for wordpress seo.

    Thanks
    I'd be happy to help end your confusion > ClickBump SEO!

    I can guarantee your satisfaction, and I have hundreds of users in the clickbump user forums who can testify to the results.

    You can also check out the Warrior Forum review thread here > http://www.warriorforum.com/internet...imization.html

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    • Profile picture of the author Byrt M
      Ameen01
      I saw Scott Blanchard's post on ClickBump SEO. I recently got a great advice from someone I highly respect and is a proven SEO expert here in the WF recommend ClickBump SEO (I am not affiliated in any way to that product).

      Scott, expect to see me on the inside soon
      Byrt
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  • Profile picture of the author amanijl
    just stick with the tried and true

    All in one seo pack and Google XML sitemap
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    • Profile picture of the author berylmaree
      As it comes, WordPress is relatively SEO friendly. It's link structure makes it easy for the spiders to crawl and the code contains very few (and sometimes no) validation errors. However, there are a few simple steps that can be taken to make your WordPress blogs even more SEO friendly.
      1. Make sure that your page urls contain your blog post's name rather than just a post number. This can be done very easily by going to the permalinks page in settings and typing "/index.php/%postname%" into custom structure field. Alternatively, you can add a rewrite rule in your .htaccess file to have more control over your url syntax.
      2. Change your page title order to put your blog post name before your blog name or date. The first few words in a title are given more weight and will also catch the attention of your readers. This can be done by editing header.php and swapping the order of the PHP tags to put "wp_title" before "bloginfo."
      3. Make good use of heading tags. You may find that your blog entry title is automatically put in a tag whereas your blog's name is in a tag. If this is the case, you can edit these in single.php and header.php respectively in most blog templates. Choose a format that suits you, but you may find that the best solution is to put your blog entry title in a and swap your blog name for an image. Also remember to make good use of other heading tags and use a good heading structure wherever it is suitable.
      4. Avoid any duplicate content issues by using "index, nofollow" tags on category pages, tags pages and archive pages. This will allow search engine spiders to follow links on these pages but ensures that they are not listed in the index. There are several plugins that can make this a simple process and "robotsmeta" is one of the best.
      5. Pay attention to your blog's link structure. Make sure that your blog entries can be accessed with as few clicks as possible and remove unnecessary links on your blog pages to other sites and unnecessary pages within your blog. You may want to use a pagination plugin to help you with this.There are other techniques you can use to maximise you SEO for WordPress but these five steps listed above can have a significant effect on your blog's listings and will only take a matter of minutes to do.
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      • Profile picture of the author iamnovice
        Wordpress is easy to use. If you just follow the correct steps in SEO Wordpress then it would be easy for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author volaer
    I think it doesn't matter much of what kind of SEO plugin are you using. But what matters much is how you optimized the site using those plugin.

    I am not using all in one seo on my site but another seo plugin and it still has a good ranking. Again, it depends on how you use them.

    Some themes have their own SEO system. You can also use them without any problem.You just need to learn how to optimize.
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  • Profile picture of the author diyakapoor
    Use "All in one SEO pack". It is one of the best SEO tools for Wordrpess. I have myself used this tool for one of my wordpress blogs.
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  • Profile picture of the author geenaflangie
    I found All-In-One and Platinum good among others.
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  • Profile picture of the author zoobie
    There are plenty but don't use too many as they will slow your site down which is a factor Google determines your site ranking.

    The usual plugins are "AllinOneSEO", permalink redirect etc..
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  • Profile picture of the author StoneWilson
    Instead of plugins, now I'm using SEO-friendly themes, can set stuff like keywords, descriptions and tags in the Backstage, but All In One SEO Pack is a good plugin I used to use.
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    • Profile picture of the author StudioArtha
      ameen01,

      These two SEO plugins have very competently served me in getting ranked.
      SEOPressor, last seen somewhere around $97,
      SEO Beast, last seen somewhere around $33, and evolving fast.

      Good Luck,
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      • Profile picture of the author StudioArtha
        ameen01,

        Oh yea... Scott's product ClickBump is a great little plugin.

        The LSI (Latent Semantic Indexing) is very helpful in casting a net around similar category keywords. My experience is that it helps in identifying keyword similarity, while cutting through those that are not really related to the focus of my site.

        Regards,
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        • Profile picture of the author Chris Sorrell
          As good as the mentioned plugins are, none of it is gonna matter unless you start a heavy backlinking campaign so once you've set up your site as seo friendly as possible then the joyous task of backlinking starts.
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        • Profile picture of the author bummed.out
          Definitely; I've been using this on every post I create ever since I got it. Once you use it a few times, you get the hang of it, but lemme say that it makes a big difference to have that handy little box to the side of each post, helpfully reminding you of what else you could do to your on-page - or in this case, on-post SEO.

          Originally Posted by StudioArtha View Post

          ameen01,

          Oh yea... Scott's product ClickBump is a great little plugin.

          The LSI (Latent Semantic Indexing) is very helpful in casting a net around similar category keywords. My experience is that it helps in identifying keyword similarity, while cutting through those that are not really related to the focus of my site.

          Regards,
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