How to Use All In One SEO Pack plugin for WordPress

All in One SEO Pack Pro version

This is one of the best plugins that is available for WordPress sites when it comes to SEO today.  I’ve personally been using it for years and I’ve always found it useful, even useful enough to blog about it in a previous article called “5 WordPress Plugins you can’t live without” which I wrote a few years ago.  SEO is one of those topics that most people who run a website want to know more about and for good reason.  Most of the traffic for this site comes in from search engines today, so if you are reading this article chance are a search engine brought you here.  Once you’ve got the All in One SEO pack plugin installed and ready to go you are going to be able use it in a few of the following ways…

  • Site Level – When I say “Site level” I mean that you can define SEO related attributes at a very broad level across the website as a whole
  • Page/Post Level – Defining SEO from a post or page level should be more specific in nature to the content on the page or post itself.

Site aka “Homepage” Level

By default, it always makes sense to define SEO at the homepage level so that people and search engines have a general understanding of the website they are visiting (hopefully yours).  I personally aim to keep keywords, descriptions and page related titles and attributes more generalized to an overall topic like “web design” or “landscaping” then getting more specific in nature like “WordPress Templates for Photographers” or “Rose pruning for stay at home dads”.

What you can also do at the site level is setup more advanced things like canonical link relationships, post title formats, SEO for custom post types and a whole host of other SEO customizations.  This plugin is definitely the Swiss Army knife of SEO for WordPress site owners.

Let’s walk through some of the key functions that the All-In-One SEO Pack offers users at the site level now.  One of the best options that this plugin provides is Canonical URLs, the ability to generate unique URLs and not get penalized by search engines like Google.

As you can see there are a lot of formatting options available for the various pages on your WordPress site from Post and Page title formats to Tag Title Formats and more.  Its really nice to have the option to customize the hell out of your site from an SEO perspective and this plugin delivers that wonderfully!

Page/Post Level

Once you’ve got the homepage defined you may decide to further define pages and posts on your website or blog.  This is good practice if you normally blog like I do.  I always include the page title, a description of the page or post and keywords and key phrases that can easily explain what is on the page and the All in One SEO plugin for WordPress lets me do that with a good amount of ease.

Regardless of whether you are posting on a page or post you can see the character count for the Page/Post title and the page/post description.  The count is based on what the broad majority of search engines use when they crawl through websites especially the major search ones like Google, Yahoo! and Bing.

The All in one SEO pack plugin for WordPress is a great plugin in addition to the SEO options that many premium WordPress themes have today mainly because its built around best practices for submitting keywords, page titles, page descriptions and other SEO factors to search engines.  Enjoy exploring the All-In-One SEO Pack WordPress plugin.

Comments

  1. Reuben McGregor says

    WordPress is the best for running a blog. I am using it more than 5years and it’s lovely. All in one SEO pack provide better support in organizing your site as per SEO requirements and make you visible on web within no time. Thanks for providing such nice detail about dealing with All in one SEO Pack. I was first utilize it while working with Los Angeles SEO Team and found it very easy to work with.

  2. says

    Hello, been trying to make all in one seo work with my site. The home page is ok, but when I use the pack to make another page unique it does not work. I get the same title as the home page. But when I check source it has my KW’s and description for that page. But why will it not take my unique title for that page. Maybe it’s operator error but any thing you could offer to clear this up would be great. Seems like it should be simple but it sure has me stumped (which isn’t that hard to do):)

    Thanks Eric

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