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[Resolved] seo for multisite

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  • Hi Sushyant, you may want to consider using a theme that supports SEO. That’s one reason I use the premium theme that I use.

    so is there any plugin?

    Suffusion is a theme which has an seo option in it’s configurations. It’s free , but I haven’t tested the seo results. There are also lots of seo plugins in extend.

    SEO isn’t some magic thing you can make happen with a plugin. It doesn’t work that way.

    Andrea Rennick

    @andrea_r

    Customer Care at Copyblogger Media and Studiopress

    And you;d still need to tweak settings for each blog and each post.

    Any luck running all-in-one-seo-pack from mu-plugins?

    Andrea Rennick

    @andrea_r

    Customer Care at Copyblogger Media and Studiopress

    You still have to set up the option for each blog.

    so aren’t there any plugin can just do their settings once and apply on all blogs? even if should paid to it I would !

    I just set up all-in-one-seo on a multisite install. You can do a “network activate” to get it to turn on for all sites – but it won’t run from the mu-plugins directory.

    Once you’ve done the network activate, you’ll need to into each blog’s settings and tweak how you want the SEO stuff to work – what the homepage title is, etc. This is not something that is “just turned on” – you as a human have to make some decisions about the keywords and titles and descriptions and such.

    Once you’ve done the network activate, you’ll need to into each blog’s settings and tweak how you want the SEO stuff to work

    Hi ancawonka,

    Once AIOSEO is network activated, do you mean the site admin of each blog can configure the plugin themselves or me as the super admin have to do it for them?

    Will Yoast SEO also work this way? Are both of these plugins free?

    Once AIOSEO is network activated, do you mean the site admin of each blog can configure the plugin themselves or me as the super admin have to do it for them?

    Both. SuperAdmin can ALWAYS override, but the Site Admin can change it back.

    Yoast’s probably works the same way. Both are ‘free’, but AIOSEO has a pay version. Which you would know if you looked at their plugin pages.

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