Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Troshi, Nov 29, 2011.
Which one is your favorite / better?
I am interested to see which one others like more as well!
honestly yoast is trash, it's a perfect example of paid advertising VS word of mouth advertising. all in one beats it by design, and yoast wins nothing but annoyance factor of advertising.
I prefer All in One Seo over yoast. All in on seo is light, straight to the point type of tool while yoast feels so heavy once installed and has many unnecessary visuals.
All in one Seo...ofcourse.
I chose Yoast
been using All in one seo and it works flawlessly
All in one SEO is good and will give you everything you need as far as SEO is concerned. If you are looking for a simple plugin that will give you an SEO boost, this is perfect. Definitely the one I recommend for beginners.
Yoast has all the SEO features of all in one, but it also has a lot more advanced customization features like editing your robots.txt, creating sitemaps, breadcrumb custimization, etc...It can be used by beginners, but it has a little a bit of a learning curve. If you learn how to use it, the advanced customization features are really great.
I personally used to use all in one, but now I use Yoast only, but if you are just starting out or want a simple SEO plugin, all in one will get the job done.
I have always used all in one but for a new site im going with Yoast just to see how more helpful it can be to rank the site with onpage seo
Everyone always says All In One is passe, but the blogs I run with All In One are still the highest ranking ones. So long as you use it right, I guess?
forget both and start to use
I always use yoast seo.supper to me
I prefer to use ALl-In-One as it gets the job done. However, if you are a more advanced user and knows what you are doing, go for yoast. I'm personally using both although i tend to use All-In-One more on my sites.
All in One Seo vs Yoast Seo Plugins can anyone explain the different between the two
Headspace 2 beats them both.
I personally use All in one, but I'm heading trouble getting them to change my description right now on a certain theme :S
I prefer AIO seo. it's simple and has enough feature for seo.. yoast looks like more complicated...
One question guys, when you guys use All In One SEO do you guys manually fill in the fields for meta title, description, and keywords or do you let it automatically generate them?
Agree on that one.
I don't use any SEO plugins. I've had more luck with the WP Thesis theme (paid I'm afraid), which is light & has all the SEO stuff ready to go.
If you want to get the maximum benefit, you should be manually filling in the meta data for every post/page.
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