SEO is one of those we have come to love and hate at the same time. However, the SEO war gets tougher every time with more attention paid to things like canonical URLs, sitemaps, domain age and much more. In this we will check 5 WordPress SEO Plugins which will improve your SEO and Boost the traffic to your blog.
As a WordPress user, you might be wondering what are your options when it comes to enhance your blog. Fortunately, there’s a world of plugins available at WordPress Plugins to enhance your website’s SEO performance.
Do Read : Get Your Blog Indexed By Search Engines
Here are the 5 Plugins, that will do their job perfectly
WordPress doesn’t provides us with an easy way to set your description and keywords for each post or page. Providing a proper description about the post content and include targeted keywords is key for your site’s SEO strength. This plugin enhances your post/page writing area with a panel to enter a different title, description and keywords for each post. It also prevents duplicate content and sets canonical URLs.
Alt attributes on images are crucial for image search optimization, not to mention that they are crucial for a page to be considered XHTML-valid. This plugin Generates tags for the alt and title attributes for all your images used in the post or pages.
Most visitors are arriving from search engines leave the site after consuming the content they are looking for. This plugin helps mitigating the user behavior by suggesting related posts or pages based on the terms of their search query.
This plugin Generates the sitemap of your WordPress blog and automatically submit the latest sitemap to Yahoo, Bing and Google Search. This plugin is very efficient and works very nicely.
Aims to increase the internal link density of your website by suggesting links on specific words on your content and comments targeting other posts or pages of your site.
Extra: Last But Not the Least : StatCounter Stats
StatCounter is a service which keep tracks of your visitors each and every time and it is fully compatible with WordPress. I am also using statcounter to track the traffic statistics.