All in One SEO Pack is a WordPress SEO plugin to automatically optimize your WordPress blog for Search Engines such as Google.
This plugin help me up traffic and seo good, from 500 UV/day....and now up 2k UV/day. My technology blog is 2 week only [Link redacted]
We use this with multiple client's WP sites. Great performance for positioning in search engines and good for managing plug-in features. Responsive support on a documentation question. A five star rating would be earned if the documentation was better - right now it is cryptic and somewhat difficult to understand - they need an instructional designer / documentation person to write their documentation. Would recommend this to professionals and non-professionals. A side note -- Do NOT use Yoast plugins - we have case studies showing Yoast plug-in negatively impacting SEO rankings and we will NOT use them. We are not affiliated with any plug-in developers.
I use both this and the Yoast plugin (not at the same time). When I need something quick and simple, I use the All In One SEO plugin. Super simple, effective, and not a lot of customizing necessary. The all in one is usually perfect if I'm just throwing up a few page feeder site, or if it's [ link redacted, please do not post links in reviews ]I just go Yoast.
This plugin help me up traffic and seo good, from 500 UV/day....and now up 2k UV/day. My game blog 2 week only http://www.game2g.com/
Great plugin. Even though I have default SEO facilities in the theme
http://www.cosmomedicos.com/, but using this plugin definitely helps.
Thanks for this wonderful plugin.
Hi I use it very long time.Never let me down.No problems with it all working very good and fast.Good tool on your WP
Been using this for ages no probs. The only other opportunity for All In One SEO, is to handle my remarketing code as well. That would be sweeet
Very good plugin for SEO with many features.
I downloaded the plug-in, followed the installation instructions and proceeded to the activation. When I got to “Dynamically generate keywords for posts page” it referred me to “Settings / Reading / Front Page Displays” but now, whenever I try to access any Dashboard menu item, Firefox asks me what application I want to open the .php file with instead of displaying the page. I can’t even deactivate the plug-in.
Is this how they plan to get you to spend $39 for the app and another $49/yr. for updates and support?
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