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    What difference does the All-in-one SEO plugin make?

    I have been curious to know if the All-in-one-SEO plugin really makes a difference on your wordpress blog. I have it on mine, but I'm wondering what the difference is WITHOUT it?

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    It allows you to add meta-keywords,meta description etc to individual posts..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandeepdude View Post
    It allows you to add meta-keywords,meta description etc to individual posts..
    Pretty cool and easy tool to use. You can do this stuff manually but why bother
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    Quote Originally Posted by chatterbox View Post
    Pretty cool and easy tool to use. You can do this stuff manually but why bother
    actually,you can do this manually in wordpress posts...thats why..

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    If you use it religiously for every post you make, it allows you to quickly build up a more search engine friendly database of your articles, as you can use it to write your title for search engines not the readers.

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    The best one according to my opinion is the "Canonical" which preventing duplicate content.
    And of course with AIOSP you can make the <title> and <h1> different, so you will get a better keyword variation.
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    Of course the other option is to use an SEO friendly WP theme like Thesis which has much of the functionality of All-in-One SEO Plugin built right into the theme itself.

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    Wordpress handles about 80% - 90% of the search engine optimization by itself. And that is without any add-ons.

    With that in mind, I do not recommend any plug-ins that are supposed to SEO your wordpress blog.

    The only thing that I really recommend is that you change your permalink structure. So that the URL uses long tail keywords.

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    Quote Originally Posted by texashiker View Post
    Wordpress handles about 80% - 90% of the search engine optimization by itself. And that is without any add-ons.

    With that in mind, I do not recommend any plug-ins that are supposed to SEO your wordpress blog.

    The only thing that I really recommend is that you change your permalink structure. So that the URL uses long tail keywords.
    What's wrong with using an SEO plug in on a wordpress blog?

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    It actually does help me. I use it on all my wordpress blogs

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