All in One SEO for WordPress is a powerful plugin that will quickly make your WordPress Websites’ SEO (search engine optimization) rock solid. Here’s how you can begin to setup All in One SEO:
- Download, upload and install the All In One SEO pack.
- Go to Settings > All in One SEO
- Enter your settings
The default settings that come with the installation are pretty solid, but if you want to add some better <title>’s for clarity and a better user experience you can. Click on any of the form labels to get a dropdown of the accepted All in One SEO tags / variables.
For kevinleary.net I’ve used the following settings:
- Home Title: Boston Blog Developer – Boston Web Designer | kevinleary.net
- Home Description: Kevin Leary is a Boston Web Designer & Developer specializing in WordPress Websites and WordPress Training & Consultation for Businesses and Individuals.
- Canonical URLs: Yes
- Rewrite Titles: Yes
- Post Title Format: %post_title% | %blog_title%
- Page Title Format: %page_title% | %blog_title%
- Category Title Format: %category_title% Articles | %blog_title%
- Archive Title Format: %date% Archives | %blog_title%
- Tag Title Format: Items tagged with %tag% | %blog_title%
- Search Title Format: Search results for %search% | %blog_title%
- Description Format: %description%
- 404 Title Format: Nothing found for %request_words% | %blog_title%
- Paged Format: – Part %page%
- Use Categories for META keywords: Yes
- Dynamically Generate Keywords for Posts Page: Yes
- Use noindex for Categories: Yes
- Use noindex for Archives: Yes
- Use noindex for Tag Archives: Yes
- Autogenerate Descriptions: Yes
This setup has proved pretty promising for SEO on kevinleary.net. Do you have any suggestions? What setup are you using on your WordPress Website?
About the Author
Kevin Leary is a web developer in Boston, MA specializing in enterprise website design and development, online marketing, and conversion optimization.