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    Default Anybody using Yoast SEO?

    Is YOAST just overdoing SEO too much, I mean how optimized can you get before you become over optimized in every page of the website?

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    Supply and demand. That's what the users want from Yoast and that's what they're getting.

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    I'm using Yoast on some sites. No problems with it so far.

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    I use it and I find it really helps me to help me structure my posts, keywords and headings in a SEO friendly way. My articles do always seem to come up as "Difficult to read", however hard I try to use short and simple sentences.

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    Difficult to read", however hard I try to use short and simple sentences.
    Me as well. I think that part of the Yoast SEO tool is a little wonky. Every page I've ever done is shown to be difficult to read. Maybe the Yoast CEO is 12 or 13 years old lol.

    I do find Yoast to really help my SEO and their format is simple. Write about what you know and love and make it unique and Google will love you.

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    Yoast SEO works great!

    This link might help: https://yoast.com/over-optimization-vs-optimization/

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    I may be alone here, but I am still using All In One.. Mainly due to thats what I installed years ago and it works well for my sites and rankings.. Why change what works?
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    Quote Originally Posted by online18casino View Post
    I may be alone here, but I am still using All In One.. Mainly due to thats what I installed years ago and it works well for my sites and rankings.. Why change what works?
    Agreed here, too. However, I do also use Yoast one some other mini sites that rank well and the plugin itself is pretty awesome. Like you, I've used All in One for God knows how long and all my big sites have benefited rankings wise in the long-term.

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    I have been using SEO yoast since 3 years. Its is best beginner as not required any basic SEO skills. The best part is that it provides red, green or yellow signal for post, to make it SEO optimized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BingoWriter View Post
    I have been using SEO yoast since 3 years. Its is best beginner as not required any basic SEO skills. The best part is that it provides red, green or yellow signal for post, to make it SEO optimized.
    We've switched from All-in-one to Yoast over the last few days.
    Although there's much more to it, I love the traffic light system - makes it much easier to quickly look at how optimised the pages are.

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    Yoast is great. Not yet get any problem.

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