Improve your WordPress SEO: Write better content and have a fully optimized WordPress site using the WordPress SEO plugin by Yoast.
Plugin is broken, it "helped" me disappear off the SERPs (after being on page 1)
It made me roll back to an older version, and its still buggy in many aspects.
Author seems to be ignoring forum threads or he's just overloaded with bugs at the moment.
This plugin is broken, just view the support threads for it...
At first I was very happy, but numerous problems with the plugin have changed that. I don't think it's google friendly at all.
this plugin is probably awesome if youre an expert coder.
otherwise you better pray there isnt some tiny conflict or youre screwed trying to figure out the problem.
on top of that, there isnt even any guidance or instruction for how to use this thing.
yeah theres a tour. oh boy. 'The templates are built using variables, the help tab for all the different variables available to you to use in these.'
oh, thanks. wtf does that mean? what am i supposed to do? paste the %%xxx%% someplace? fill it in? wtf is %%sep%%?
how about some read instructions?
There is a bug. Normally, when you write a post and try to leave the page you get a pop up warning "The changes you made will be lost when navigating away from this page"
However, when your plugin is active, there is no pop up and you can freely move to another page.
I reported this bug twice. No reaction. I moved to all in one SEO.
I have been in touch with the guys via mail and they forwarded me to the forum. My question remains in the forum silent and no responses exist.
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I've spent half a day trying to get the Sitemap functionality to work. It simply doesn't. It took hours to force the sitemap index to work (found a rule buried in the bottom of the FAQ). Once that was done I realized that nearly 1/3rd of my posts were missing from the post-sitemap.xml.
Searching the support forum and Google finds numerous posts/pleas for help on these topics, all with the author conspicuously absent and the poster's issue apparently unresolved after months.
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