What is considered the best plugin for on page seo right now?

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  1. fad3r

    fad3r Power Member

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    I am looking over yoast, seo processor & all in one seo. Which do you guys think currently is the best? I am leaning more towards all in one or seo processor.
     
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    scorpion896 Senior Member

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    They all do the job, most people will tell you varying opinions but I always go with all in one
     
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    +1 vote for All in One SEO.
    I use it all the time and it lets me correct what I previously would have missed in On Page SEO.
     
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    Thanks guys I am just getting a feel for what most people are using these days. After researching it came down to those 3.
     
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    I have been using Yoast and like it. Would be interested in hearing from someone who has used both All in One and Yoast give a comparison.
     
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    I used to have All in one SEO but then I switched to Yoast. Simply because I like it more. But both do they job good so I don't think there is big difference between those.
     
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    What made you like it more? Has to be something.
     
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    All in one is rather resource hungry, if you are running on shared hosting or a low spec vps it can cause issues. Yoast is very good.
     
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    Is this the one you use? I will probably look over yoast if that is the case with it being a resource hog as there are many sites on this server.
     
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    I don't know SEO processor, I use All in One Seo, it's quite good and simple, not too much options, Yoast looks great, you get a SEO analysis by given focus keywords while you are writing your post, also you preview search result for your post, pretty amazing, also you can setup a lot of index/no index, hide/no hide options, don't need more plugins for XML sitemap and rss footer link, however not so useful for me because I use custom fields to write my posts
     
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    Not yet. I just came across it a few days ago, after helping a client deal with a Virtual Server with lots of blogs running All In One, and seeing heavy resource usage. I am going to try it out though, and if I like it, use it instead of AIO. I thought I would mention it to you as something to try; I cannot recommend or criticize it yet! Just another option to be aware of.
     
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    go with all in one seo
     
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    I started out with all in one, a lot of my old sites still run it. About a year ago I switched to yoast and everything I have built since then is running it. Watch a few YouTube bids about how to set it up( I can dig out a good channel if you want)

    Once you have it set up on one site it's a doodle to replicate it on others. It's an awesome plug in, analyses your tags, headers, readability of your text, Keyword count . Tells you
    what you need to improve etc.

    Like I say all in one is fine and it may have had some updates that I am not aware of but you won't beat yoast.
     
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    I've been using SEO pressor and I love it. It's nice to be able to see exatly what I need to do to boost my on page optimization. If you need any help setting it up let me know.
     
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    Wordpress SEO Plugin by Yoast, so far the best to me, very easy to use.
     
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    I was with All in One, switched to WordPress SEO by Yoast.