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  • Resolved deeveearr

    (@deeveearr)


    Hi guys (Benjamin)

    I pulled out of SEOPress Pro a couple of years ago and returned to Yoast.

    The reason was that most of my schema was getting duplicated (I use Schema Pro) and it started to look messy regarding SERPS, dropping whole pages at a time.

    There was also a problem with RSS feeds: they wouldn’t publish even with the Pro version.

    This is immaterial now as Feedburner has stopped working, and I’m using a separate RSS aggregator.

    Yoast though is now up to its old tricks of publishing the date-stamp in PAGES and wiping out my SERPS in that way.

    If I were to return using the free version of SEOPress, could I do it safely in the knowledge that my schema would not get duplicated?

    Thanks for any info.

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  • Plugin Author Benjamin Denis

    (@rainbowgeek)

    Hi,

    schema is a PRO feature.

    Our Free version doesn’t output structured data types (except one or two for the searchbox sitelinks for example but this should not be an issue).

    You can migrate your data from any SEO plugins to SEOPress with our import tool.

    Thread Starter deeveearr

    (@deeveearr)

    Thanks for the heads-up @rainbowgeek – I’ll get onto it!

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