Plugins For SEO

December 17th in Plugins For SEO, Wordpress Plugins by .

Most SEOs would tell you that proper internal linking is very important towards helping you maximize your organic traffic. Besides, when you get people to visit your articles, you wouldn’t want them to leave too soon. By adding the appropriate internal links to each and every article, you will have an easier time keeping your audience on your site for longer. Many webmasters create their internal links manually. There is nothing wrong with that. These 3 plugins automatically add internal links to your WordPress site and save you time in the process:

SEO Smart Links:  this awesome plugin can automatically link keywords and phrases in your posts with the URLs you have defined. The premium version is even more powerful.

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January 25th in Plugins For SEO by .

Most of us use WordPress themes or plugins to manage our SEO settings. Most WordPress webmasters rely on plugins such as All In One SEO, WordPress SEO, or Greg’s High Performance SEO to manage their title tags and other on-page SEO factors. Of course, if you are using a sophisticated theme framework such as Builder, Thesis, Headway, or Genesis, you already have everything you need to optimize your website for the search engines. But what if you decide to switch to another theme or platform? You shouldn’t have to enter your SEO data by hand. SEO Data Transporter is a handy plugin that makes transferring your SEO options from one theme/plugin to another easy.

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May 23rd in Plugin Tips, Plugins For SEO by .

Your post titles are perhaps the most important on-page ranking factor to Google and Bing. Getting a lot of links from other sites, writing killer content, and networking with others in your niche help a lot but without a decent set of title tags, you won’t get too far. While you don’t necessarily need a plugin to optimize your titles for the search engines, there are solutions out there that can make managing the process a whole lot easier. Here are 5 SEO title plugins that you don’t want to miss:

All In One SEO Plugin: used by a whole lot of WordPress bloggers and portal owners. It allows you to customize your titles for your pages, posts, and everything in between. [click to continue…]

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March 6th in Plugins For SEO, Premium Plug-ins by .

Review sites can be a great source of revenue for your business, as long as you take your time to review the products you present on your website thoroughly and honestly. The good news is you won’t need to invest in a review script to set up your portal. There are a ton of premium and free review plugins for WordPress that can get the job done fast. If you are looking for a review plugin for WordPress, you want to make sure you pick up a plugin that is sophisticated, easy to customize, and scalable. These 3 premium review plugins fit that bill:

My Review Plugin: a powerful plugin that turns your website into a fully-fledged review portal. It adds ratings to your comment section and enables you to build awesome looking comparison tables. Comes integrated with Google Maps. Automatically grabs thumbnails too.

WP Review Site: this plugin is written specifically for those who want to make some money from comparison websites. Adds ratings to your website and comments. Allows you to sort your posts by the # of reviews or ratings.

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June 25th in Plugin Lists, Plugins For SEO, Wordpress Plugins by .

Search engine optimization is not rocket science. But it’s not going to take care of itself. Sure. You can work on the quality of your content and hope for people to link to you. You may even get lucky and get found by top search engines. Why take the chance when you can optimize your WordPress sits for the search engines and get more exposure for less money. Optimizing WordPress for search engines does take a bit of work. But thanks to below SEO plugins, you can get it done more effectively.

In order to help you choose the right SEO plugins for your situation, we have categorized them under the SEO factors that you need to pay attention to on your WordPress site. With that said, here are 80 best SEO plugins for WordPress:

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Your title tag is one of the most important SEO factors on your website. Your title tags need to be relevant and include your keyword phrases. These plugins let you optimize your title tags (and meta tags) without you having to touch your code.

  • All in One SEO Pack: one of the best WordPress SEO plugins around. It lets you optimize your titles easily. It’s much more than that though. It lets you optimize your meta tags and no-index your pages as well.
  • Platinum SEO Pack: very similar to the above plugin, but it does perform better on some hosts. It is compatible with Scribe SEO.
  • HeadSpace2: the ultimate META tag plugin for WordPress. It allows you to define tags, keywords, titles, descriptions, and add all kinds of other things to your pages.
  • SEO Title Tag – another powerful title tag plugin for WordPress that lets you add relevant keywords to each and every posts on your blog.
  • TGFI.net SEO: an all around decent plugin that helps you optimize your WordPress portal for search engines.
  • Scribe SEO: a quite unique premium SEO plugin that takes your copy-writing game to the next level. It’s a great tool to find areas to improve upon on your blog.

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May 14th in Free Plug-ins, Plugins For SEO by .

WordPress is a great platform to build a website with, but it’s not exactly optimized for search engines right out of the box. There are certainly things you can do to improve your chances of getting ranked high on the search engines. Let’s face it. Writing good quality posts and using your keywords in your posts are only a small part of the process. You are going to have to work on other on-page and off-page tactics to make your WordPress website as search-engine friendly as possible.

Your internal link structure is one of the factors that could play a role on how well your pages are ranked by Google and how often your site gets crawled. Linking to your pages with the right keywords can help Google and other engines get a better understanding of what your site is about and how they should go about ranking all your pages. That’s where Smart SEO Links comes into play. It’s a powerful SEO plugin for WordPress that automatically generate links to your internal pages (in your posts, comments, and …) and helps you maximize your traffic and get your visitors to stay on your website longer.

SEO Smart Links is pretty easy to use. All you have to do is install it on your blog and let it know how you want it to treat your posts, pages, and comments. You can use the plugin to automatically generate links to your other posts and pages on your blog. It is also possible to have it link to “self” from each post on your blog. What I like about the plugin is its flexibility and options. For instance, we all know that links in headers could be ugly or look out of place. This plugin gives you the option to avoid that possibility.

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November 8th in Free Plug-ins, Plugins For SEO by .

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I happen to own a website that has over 10,000 pages and posts combined. That’s not much in comparison to some of the bigger portals out there. But at the same time, the sheer size of the site makes it too difficult to make the smallest changes to the structure of the site. When I purchased the website from the previous owner, I had every intention of changing the internal structure of the site to maximize the link juice flow and improve my site’s PR. One big problem with the site was the permalink structure that was used on the site. The URLs were just too long and not search engine friendly. If you change your permalinks structure without doing the ground work beforehand, you leave yourself open to search engine penalties and loss in traffic. Don’t forget that people who have bookmarked your pages won’t be able to find your pages once you make the switch. So how do you approach such a problem?

One easy way to do it is by writing a script that 301 redirect every one of your old link to their new location. That way you don’t lose your traffic and won’t get penalized by Google and other search engines. Of course, if you don’t know any coding, you can always use Permalinks Migration (even if you do, this could save you a lot of time). Permalinks Migration lets you 301 redirect your old links to your new links without doing too much work. All you have to do is define your old permalink structure:

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