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    Hello everyone I wanted to know which SEO plugin for wordpress use
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    There are tons of plugins. What do you need the plugin for? SEO, Redirects, Security, Ext... Give us some more information please so we can recommend some plugins. Also in the future there is a specific wordpress section in the SEO forum that may get you better answers quicker

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    All in one seo pack for me.

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    All in one Seo is the best. Easy to use, and results as good as other more complicated plugins. You really don`t need to waste your time setting up complicated SEO plugins, as there are more important things to work on on a website, so All in one Seo is great.
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    I agree with Rostick, no need to over complicate things, and the more plugins you use and the more complicated the site becomes, more has to load with each page, since more queries have to run and will slow down the site.

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    I believe All in One and Yoast SEO are the two top general seo plugins out there and I wouldnt look elsewhere for this type of plugin. I use Yoast on a few sites and like it a lot... I prefer it over All in one as a personal preference. I feel Yoast provides more options that are really necessary - not just making things complex. Yoast also has a kick ass blog, is a proven and published SEO and I follow his work.

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    Another thing to consider is what theme you are using. For instance I changed my theme to a flytonic theme and there is a lot of framework in there that I can use instead of third party plugins. To me this is a benefit. I have heard all in one is good however I have not used it. I have used SEO ninja and Platinum SEO. I will make a list below of plugins that I use.


    http://easingslider.com/
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    http://www.arnebrachhold.de/projects...aps-generator/
    http://www.linkwithin.com/learn
    http://www.bad-neighborhood.com/
    http://urbangiraffe.com/plugins/redirection/
    http://www.chipbennett.net/plugins/c...ing-optimizer/
    http://wpantivirus.com/
    http://www.addthis.com/

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    I'm using Yoast for a long time now. I like the plugin but I never tried the others. Maybe I should.

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    I am using All in one SEO plugin. It works really good.

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    Yoast SEO and Platinum SEO Pack are good one for WordPress.

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    All in one SEO might be slightly easier for people new to SEO and does pretty much all you would need it to do, but from working in SEO for a couple of years now I'd have to say Wordpress SEO by Yoast is hands down the best plugin.

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    Always thought Yoast was the best. Loads of other features on there as well. Like 301 redirects etc

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    Im using Yoast and I think its good.

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    Yoast is the most popular, it's quite good. I use it.
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    I have all intention of giving Yoast a trial run, but to use a plug in for things such as 301's is just not on my plate. I have no intention of having queries run against a database to check 301's, and if all it does is edit the file, I prefer to do that on my own.

    Why would I want ANYONE or ANYTHING to have write access to my htaccess file other than little old me?

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    Never tries Yoast, will check that.
    Right now i'm on all in one SEO, and def easy to use

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    Try All in One SEO Plugin - If you are beginner. Otherwise I prefer WordPress SEO by Yoast.

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    For WP, SEO yoast rocks. It can generate better results if you done with proper keyword setting in its dashboard. While posting, use Green signals.

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