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New Project! wpSEO – Professional Plugin For Search Engine Optimization In WordPress

wpseo wordpress seo plugin 200x200 New Project! wpSEO   Professional Plugin For Search Engine Optimization In WordPress I already told you about WPengineer.com, an exciting project with Frank, Micha und Myself. Today I talk about another very interesting project, which I started together with Sergej Müller a month ago.

I’m talking about wpSEO, a very popular WordPress Plugin in the German WordPress scene. Now we want to introduce this plugin to the international WordPress Community. We like to provide the WordPress users a great SEO plugin for their WordPress blog.

This plugin is free for private use. If you have a commercial blog or ad supported blog you have to pay a small license fee of $24,99 after a 10 days free trial period.

I think that is a fair price for the hard work and the amount of time we spend to create this plugin. If someone like to make money with their blog, then it is advisable to invest a little bit money in their blog.

wpSEO has a lot of functions which are more extensive than other popular SEO Plugins. But convince yourself and install wpSEO on your WordPress blog.

It is a lot fun to work with Sergej together and I hope we will have much more interesting projects to come up with.

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  1. avatar #1 - Oliver Says:

    Hello Alex,
    i just installed the “All in One SEO Pack” plugin a few days ago on my blog. Would you mind explaining the key differences between that and yours?

    Greets,
    Oliver

  2. avatar #2 - Alex Says:

    Hey Oliver,

    sorry for my late response, but there are quite a lot differences:

    An included XML file with recommended options.
    Export and import of settings
    Use of manually entered metadata from “All in One SEO Pack”
    Fully documented
    Clean up after uninstall the plugin
    WordPress 2.7 ready: Design and as well as technical
    Position of meta data at top of the source code
    Clean and user friendly interface
    Safety conscious programming
    Absolutely no additional database queries
    Quick & Dirty: activate, import options, done!
    Prompt adjustment to new WordPress releases
    Continuous and professional further development
    Great variety of preferences with more than 70 settings
    Reliable and fast support via email

    And many more features and advantages!

    But I would suggest you should try it out and convince yourself, let me know if you have any questions or suggestions for the plugin.

    Check also the screenshot, there you can see all settings you can make.
    http://download.ebiene.de/wpse.....seo_en.png

    Enjoy and let us know how you like it

  3. avatar #3 - Oliver Says:

    Thanks for your detailed answer.
    I just installed wpSEO and already got the license key from Sergej and i’m quite impressed by the huge amount of options.
    Is it possible to define a custom format for page titles or can i just use the pre-defined?

    And a small “bug” (well it’s not a real bug but i don’t think it should work that way): If the question mark which links to the manual is in the same line as the checkbox, the checkbox changes its status if i click on the “?”. I would either change that behaviour or move the “?” in a new line.

    Greets,
    Oliver

  4. avatar #4 - Alex Says:

    Hey Oliver, my pleasure :)

    To your first question, we will work on this to implement it into a future version.

    The bug is fixed, thanks for pointing it out. It’s already included in the current download file.

  5. avatar #5 - Rob Says:

    hi, finally the custom fields used by wpseo for manual description, keywords and title are hidden from the post editor! however, wp_postmeta table still contains a lot of clutter from previous versions of the plugin, and editing old posts will still show redundant custom field information. the following mysql will fix this (i’m disappointed this wasn’t rolled into some kind of db-upgrade process for ppl coming from older versions):

    delete from wp_postmeta where meta_key = ‘keywords’ and meta_value = ”;
    delete from wp_postmeta where meta_key = ‘description’ and meta_value = ”;
    delete from wp_postmeta where meta_key = ‘title’ and meta_value = ”;
    update wp_postmeta set meta_key = ‘_wpseo_edit_keywords’ where meta_key = ‘keywords’;
    update wp_postmeta set meta_key = ‘_wpseo_edit_description’ where meta_key = ‘description’;
    update wp_postmeta set meta_key = ‘_wpseo_edit_title’ where meta_key = ‘title’;

  6. avatar #6 - Maik Says:

    WPSEO is one of the best Plugins and really a must have for any WP User

  7. avatar #7 - Alex Says:

    Hey Maik, thanks a lot for the compliment. DANKE!

  8. avatar #8 - mysuperwoofer Says:

    thanks very much for the seo tip and wordpress plugin. I like very much. it is greatly help my seo job

  9. avatar #9 - ownermylife Says:

    WPSEO is one of the best Plugins . I like it

    Thank you for post.


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