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    my favorite wordpress plugin

    Wanted to add this "in" somewhere but I kept running into "This thread hasn't been ... for 2, 3 months ... consider starting ,,, ". So ...

    There are a lot of opinions about plugins (WP) and seo, speed and so on. I haven't ever kept any of the seo plugins I've experimented with - But - If you want a very good tool get "broken link checker".

    No magic shows, no miracle cures for websites and blogs, just a good solid tool. It works, it finds broken links, it emails you when it finds broken links, it lists them on a page, gives the linked text and a link to the post. I don't use the edit function, I go to the post, fix it, go back and choose "not broken".

    I trust you'll find this as useful as I have - http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/...-link-checker/
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    Quote Originally Posted by safdar_ali
    Its Ok......... what do you think about "All in SEO"?
    All in one seo? I tried a lot of plugins for seo that people suggested and ended up removing all of them. To me it's all clutter. The broken link checker runs intermittently then I remove links or update them and - done. I wrote in another thread I recently went back to the default style for a blog and plan to do the same with the others. It's quick and clean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dgswilson View Post
    All in one seo? I tried a lot of plugins for seo that people suggested and ended up removing all of them. To me it's all clutter. The broken link checker runs intermittently then I remove links or update them and - done. I wrote in another thread I recently went back to the default style for a blog and plan to do the same with the others. It's quick and clean.
    I'm always using All in one SEO pack when I start a new blog. The truth is that I am not able to see wether without it installed would it have been better. Nevertheless, it does not disturb me and the site performance is not decreased (like other plugins do).
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    All in one seo pack is my favorite and useful plugin for wordpress site.

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    All in One was my fave for SEO, but I now use Yoast's SEO plug-in.

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    WordPress Plugins

    Quote Originally Posted by Northwind View Post
    All in One was my fave for SEO, but I now use Yoast's SEO plug-in.
    I'd be tempted to use that myself. I've learned a lot from reading at "Yoast". I guess I could make a test WP install and see what the plugin adds to code.

    I added another plugin recently. After a month I can say it's a keeper for me. It's called "Google XML.Sitemaps"

    Makes sitemap according to default or custom settings, runs Cronjob and submits to major search engines.

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    Yup. Definitely give Yoast a try. It's suggestive and replaces the need of several other plug-ins.

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    Have been using All in One SEO plugin for my sites and it's one of my plugins which I install for all the sites.

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    Yoast is good but I prefer All-in-One SEO used together with XML-sitemap plugin. These plugins are enough for me when it comes to onsite SEO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retes23 View Post
    Yoast is good but I prefer All-in-One SEO used together with XML-sitemap plugin. These plugins are enough for me when it comes to onsite SEO.
    Um....If you actually have used Yoast, then you would know it handles SEO AND XML-sitemaps...

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