29 Jun '14, 2pm

6 Great WordPress Plugins for SEO by @tbrodbeck

6 Great WordPress Plugins for SEO by @tbrodbeck

is by far one of the most powerful WordPress plugins you can install on your website to help your SEO value. This plugin is pretty simple to use, but it can be a little overwhelming to beginners. With this plugin you can edit your page titles, meta descriptions, create your XML Sitemap, integrate Google Webmasters Tools, adjust permalink structure, and much more! If you are using a different SEO plugin (like All-In-One SEO Pack ), WordPress SEO by Yoast also has an import feature that will move over all of your page titles and meta descriptions with the click of a button. If you search for this plugin in the directory, it is free, but there is also a paid version , which includes help from their support team.

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