Best SEO plugin for Wordpress

1.WordPress SEO by Yoast-

Widely regarded as the SEO plugin for WordPress. It has an extensive feature set and rave reviews. Give it a whirl, there are alternatives though. Includes XML sitemap features.
2. SEO Ultimate-

Another extensive feature set – this one has a 404 error tracker and well as link cloaking for your affiliate links, as well as the standard features. Each module can be disabled as required, so scales with your needs. Quite heavy when fully enabled though.

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3. All-In-One SEO-

A basic set of features, but still a very popular choice for handling SEO concerns.


4. Google XML Sitemaps-

Creates a site map for you to submit to Google and automatically updates it when you post new content. Essential for getting indexed quickly and accurately.

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5. SEO Friendly Images-

Adds ALT and TITLE meta tags to your images so you can start getting valuable Google Images traffic.

6. SEO Slugs-

Makes your permalinks shorter by removing unnecessary common words such as a/the/or, resulting in shorter URLs and a better rank. This functionality is built into SEO Ultimate but not WordPress SEO, so get an SEO plugin first then see if you need this one too.

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7.Robots Meta-

The only easy way to add robots meta tags to specific pages, search results or feeds. Includes options for deindexing from directories and search engine specific tags. Also lets you edit htaccess and robots.txt from within the WordPress admin.



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