After two years of daily use and testing I can honestly say the Yoast plugin is a red herring. The idea that Google will credit a blog or website if it has 'quality content', 'proper titles' and a host of other 'rules' is nonsense.
Google continues to reward scrapper sites, and most hard working writers who play fair, will get squashed by Jon Doe and his spammy forum of copy/pasted links.
Yoast is a nice idea, but in the wild west of Google, you are wasting your time.
I'm using this plugin for about 2 years and it's never dissapointed me. I am not SEO expert, just website developer and programmer so I can't tell if it's missing something or not but as far as I can tell it covers all necessary tags (as well as social media ones), is easy to configure and intuitive, saves lots of work...
From my point of view it's just perfect SEO tool for WordPress! And it's free... well... since I've started using it I was never looking for any other solution and it's on every website I create...
Thank you Yoast!
This is a must-have!
Helps me a lot in my SEO adventures.
This is one of the first plugins that has to be installed! ;-)
Thanks for a great plugin!
Does what it says it does and does it well.
I love this plugin! Absolutely amazing. They have a great tour in the plugin and their UI is awesome. It matters to me because I am a visual person. Last but not least and most importantly the plugin does its job of great SEO. I will be using more plugins from Yoast.
Great SEO plugin! I used to use the All-in-One SEO plugin. While that is a good plugin, Yoast has a lot more options and I feel is more powerful.
I have been using WordPress SEO by Yoast since 2011. My experience is great with this plugin. I think this plugin is able to replace with your SEO consultant.
I recommend This for all of my fellows and who want to build a website using wordpress.
It doesn't require users to be an expert to use it, It makes an user expert in SEO.....
Highly Recommended :)
A while ago I noticed the 'Leave a Reply' links on my posts where broken.
I directly contacted my theme developer but they suggested I checked which of my 39 (!) plugins broke this default WordPress function. For this I de-activated all plugins and re-activated them one by one ....
... to discover the one causing this issue was WordPress SEO, the plugin I liked most and would have never expect to break a default feature. Especially as so many people are using it.
But it's really the case. My theme developer also confirmed this and showed me it happened also with other themes.
So I wanted to post this issue. But NO, you can't. They do NOT provide support. Strange for such a popular plugin... Anyway, I don't like this plugin anymore...
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