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(Entry was posted by Julius Gashumba on this post in the Dumb SEO Questions community on Facebook, Thursday, March 7, 2019).

The best WordPress SEO plugin in 2019

What is the best WordPress SEO plugin in 2019 and why?

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YOUR ANSWERS

Selected answers from the Dumb SEO Questions G+ community.

  • Terry Samuels: None of the above.. project Supremacy
  • Brenda Michelin: SEO Ultimate Plus
  • Julius Gashumba: Never heard of this one. Why never Yoast?
  • Michelle Korn: I keep hearing that yoast is terrible, but when I told my website coder & he did a search, he didn`t find anything that would warrant this opinion.

    They did have a problem last year (I think he said), but they cleared it up right away.


    Please explain.

    Thanks
  • Brenda Michelin: Your search did not use the correct terms. 😉


  • Julius Gashumba: The first article writer claims to be an SEO blogger but doesn`t offer any alternatives after bashing Yoast. The second is a political news site. It would be nice to get references from industry insiders.
  • Brenda Michelin: I am an industry insider. 😉
  • Michelle Korn: You didn`t read what I wrote. I said my website coder did a search.

    And I never said I LOVED yoast. I have it on all my blogs & I just want to know why people don`t like it. There has to be a good reason unless people are just followin
    g what everyone else is doing which is what most people do unfortunately.

    Your article has nothing to do with Yoast screwing up people`s SEO. This is what I heard in another FB group, that Yoast actually hinders your SEO.

    And the article only really talks about the paid version. I only use the free version.

    Thanks
  • Brenda Michelin: Do your research. And relax. Keep Yoast. Not a problem for me.
  • Michelle Korn: ?

    I`m very relaxed, but thank you for being concerned about me.
  • Julius Gashumba: Now, for those using Yoast; are you using the paid version or free?
  • Bjornen Nilsson: Write good content and avoid plugins? Never understood the need for a plugin for SEO.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim: For your meta, Xml site map, index no index, and follow no follow directives.
  • Bjornen Nilsson: and that can`t be done without a plugin?
  • Ahmed Ibrahim: Sure it could be. But for non-techie people won`t be as easy.
  • Bjornen Nilsson: of course not, it`s not supposed to be easy. You`re supposed to learn about what you`re using, not take the easy way out. If you`re gonna use a plugin for each and every feature you want/ need, you`re most likely not gonna end up with a very stabile or fast website.
  • Julius Gashumba: When you have access to a car, would you still rather walk? I would like to be able to service as many clients as I can rather than doing it manually, a plugin will be an aid not the end all be all.
  • Bjornen Nilsson: you still have to do the search/ focus word research, write the content and make it work across the whole site. The plugin won`t do that (unless I`m mistaken). Sure, the plugin might be useful in some areas, but I rather not.

    Luckily, the choice is optional.
  • Julius Gashumba: It`s those other useful areas that would actually be the purpose for a WP plugin. One, absolutely, still has to write good content.
  • Julius Gashumba: Thank you all for your help.
  • Patrick Healy: I like the tandem of WebTextTool and SEOPress. Currently migrating all clients off of Yoast for a number of reasons.
  • Marcus Pentzek: None of them?

View original question in the Dumb SEO Questions community on G+, Thursday, March 7, 2019).

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