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?
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