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    "All In One SEO" performs pretty well indeed.

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    Yes Yoast is also the one i use, it has some good tools like the mass meta edit

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    Yoast is not too bad.. You can try another plugin is the SEMrush

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    yoast SEO is a good plugin for SEO in wordpress.

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    Yoast Wordpress plugins allows you to add SEO title, meta description, and meta keywords to each post and page of your site.

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    WP Fastest Cache is a great plugin to optimize your website for speed. How fast a website loads is becoming an important ranking factor.

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    Yoast premium is fine but do not follow it blindly or you will fall into the pit of over-optimization. Combining different tools is always the best, so use all of them with a bit healthy distance in your critical mind

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    I've been using WP since 2010, and have tried just about every SEO plugin out there. Buyonaut is 100% correct in his comment about Yoast...
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    do not follow it blindly or you will fall into the pit of over-optimization.
    If your not savvy to all the options available in Yoast (and what they actually do), you can easily stuff your rankings up. I've been using AIOSEO since it first came out, across multiple sites. While that also can present some issues, if your clear on what options to use or not, I have nothing to complain about using this SEO plugin.

    As another member pointed out, site load times are very important too.
    That's why it's far better to spend a few extra bucks on decent hosting - with hosting you really do get what you pay for.

    Been using WP Fastest Cache (Premium) for ages. It's easy to setup, unlike other WP plugin cache's.
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    I did not used premium version of Yoast but it's better than all. haven't seen since long time, they might have updated versions to check duplicate content and follow updated Google algorithms etc.

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    I would also mention WP Review plugin, if someone wants to add Rich Snippets to the search results. With this you can add structured data such as review scores, ratings etc to your content that will appear in the Google search results as additional information, making your ranked pages stand out more among the other results.
    Rich snippets can also enhance click-through rates as the snippet is more eye-catching, you’ll get more traffic from that search result.
    Example:

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    Quote Originally Posted by petimi View Post
    I would also mention WP Review plugin, if someone wants to add Rich Snippets to the search results. With this you can add structured data such as review scores, ratings etc to your content that will appear in the Google search results as additional information, making your ranked pages stand out more among the other results.
    Rich snippets can also enhance click-through rates as the snippet is more eye-catching, you’ll get more traffic from that search result.
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    its the best review plugin for wordpress for sure

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    Yoast will give you all of the basics needed for SEO, then get a Plugin for Redirects and you're on the right path.

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    I can only agree with most comments. I would go for Yoast any day and it have been a great help to my work. For me it has all the important features. I have tried All in One SEO Pack as well, another good plugin, but not my favorite.

    Don't remember also to use W3 Total Cache, Autoptimize and other Wordpress plugins that can improve your website. Pagespeed are another important part, when talking about SEO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AussieDave View Post
    I've been using WP since 2010, and have tried just about every SEO plugin out there. Buyonaut is 100% correct in his comment about Yoast...


    If your not savvy to all the options available in Yoast (and what they actually do), you can easily stuff your rankings up. I've been using AIOSEO since it first came out, across multiple sites. While that also can present some issues, if your clear on what options to use or not, I have nothing to complain about using this SEO plugin.

    As another member pointed out, site load times are very important too.
    That's why it's far better to spend a few extra bucks on decent hosting - with hosting you really do get what you pay for.

    Been using WP Fastest Cache (Premium) for ages. It's easy to setup, unlike other WP plugin cache's.
    Good information here, thank you

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    I use Yoast and "301 Redirects". Basically the only plugins I need.

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    Yoast Premium
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyga View Post
    Yoast is popular, however be aware it is full of irrelevant services and code bloat, it also loads twice on both front end and server side which is a resource drain.
    Yoast on staging?

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    Agree on the fact that Yoost premium is well spent money

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    I've used both Yoast and All In One SEO on a number of projects. I prefer Yoast.
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    I also say Yoast by far. Awesome plugin and the premium version is money well spent. Also access to so many good articles. Top notch

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