SEO Plugins are crucial to any website, not only for the professionals but also for casual bloggers. Plugins help with a friendly interface to set up your blog ready for the search engines and social networks. For many years I would switch from one SEO plugin to another to test their interface and features. For me it is imperative to find out what’s in the source code. I never was a fan of Yoast because as a developer I saw that it took over the website and slowed website performance. When I tested SEOPress and fell in love with it.

  1. Structured data types + schema.
  2. Local business.
  3. WooCommerce.
  4. HTML Sitemap, yes, you read that right! Not just XML basic versions.
  5. Google analytics integration + Cookie bar + Custom tracking + Stats in the dashboard (what more do you want?).
  6. Advanced SEO options – it helps to clean the source code from unnecessary WordPress related lines of code in seconds.
  7. Google News setup.
  8. Dublin core.
  9. Broken link monitoring, redirections, URL rewriting, and backlink checks via Majestic services straight from your WordPress panel.
  10. White label (frontend and backend as well).
  11. Use it on unlimited sites.
  12. And more, all this at a fair price and stellar customer support.

CON to SEOPress is if you don’t know what are you doing, it can hurt your SEO structure, few of our Orlando Web Wizard customers have tinkered with the plugin and messed up their own SEO. I offer training, tutorials and Zoom sessions for clients who want training on SEOPress. SEE CarolGann.com

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