1-Click WP SEO WordPress Plugin

1-Click WP SEO WordPress Plugin

 

Download 1-Click WP SEO WordPress Plugin Free

Problems 1-Click WP SEO solves:

Problem 1) You may be relatively new to Search Engine Optimization and you don’t know exactly how to optimize your posts for search engines like Google.

Problem 2) Even if you do know that your posts and pages should be optimized for the search engines, you never really do it. There are just too many details like “include the keyword in the title, URL, alt tag of images etc.” Imagine doing this for 10s or 100ds of posts and pages. It would take weeks!. Even if your content is great, it will never attract the traffic it deserves, if it’s not properly optimized. If you optimize your posts better than your competitors, you have a better chance of getting higher rankings and traffic.

How 1-Click WP SEO Works:

Step 1: Go to the mass-optimization screen

Step 2: Enter the desired keywords (for example, “dog training tips”) next to the post or page you want and select which SEO factors you want to apply

Step 3: Click the “mass optimize” button

Then, 1-Click WP SEO will do the following things, all on its own:

Meta Title: Adds the keyword at the end of the title, separated by a hyphen. For example, if the keyword is dog training, your title may become: “10 tips to housebreak your puppy – dog training”. This feature may not work if another plugin manipulates the title (it should work 90% of the time though).

Meta Keywords: Takes the existing tags of the page and ads them as keywords. It also appends your desired keyword as the very last keyword.

Meta Description: It adds your desired keyword at the beginining of the meta description, followed by the post/page excerpt. Format: {keyword} – {post excerpt}

Permalink: This is one of the most powerful features of 1-Click WP SEO. The URL plays a huge role into how relevant your post is for a term. This feature will take your existing permalink that may look something like: your-blog.com/this-is-a-post-about-keyword-phrase and turn it into: your-blog.com/keyword-phrase. Notice how much cleaner it looks. Please keep in mind that in some cases, there may be conflicts with other urls on your blog that have already “reserved” the url (for example, a category with the url your-blog.com/keyword-phrase. In that case, the permalink function may not work. Attention: In order for this function to work, please make sure your pemalink settings are set to something like: Post name: your-blog/sample-post/ or: Custom structure: /%postname%/

H1: It will check if the term dog training already exists on the page within H1. For example, if the title is “Dog Training Tips” and it is in H1, then the plugin will not do anything. If not, then the plugin will add the term Dog Training in H1 tag at the very top of the post or page. The first letter of each word will be in capital.

H2: It will check if the term dog training already exists on the page within H2. For example, if the title of the blog is “Dog Training Blog” and it is in H2, then the plugin will not do anything. If not, then the plugin will add the term Dog Training in H1 tag at the very bottom of the post or page. The first letter of each word will be in capital.

H3: Adds the keyword within H3 tags at the bottom of the content. This won’t happen if your keyword is already present within H3 tag somewhere on the entire page (not just the content area).

Image name: If an image exists, then the plugin will rename that image to keyword-phrase.jpeg (or whatever extension the image had). For example: dog-training.jpeg.

Image Alt: The plugin will look for the very first image in the post’s content (not entire page) and add the alt tag “dog training” (or change it to “dog training”, if an alt tag already exists.

Bold: Finds the first occurence of the keyword in the content. and makes it bold

Italics: Finds the second occurence of the keyword in the content. and makes it italicized

Underline: Finds the third occurence of the keyword in the content. and underlines it.

Link to this page: The plugin will find the keyword “dog training” in the post’s content and hyperlink it to the post itself. If the keyword dog training doesn’t occur anywhere in the post’s content, then the plugin will add the term at the very bottom of the post with the first letter of each word capitalized and link it to the post itself, like so: Dog Training. If the content area already includes a hyperlink with that keyword to itself, then the plugin will do nothing.

Link to homepage: The plugin will look for the next occurence of the keyword “dog training” in the post’s content and hyperlink it to the homepage of the blog. If the keyword dog training doesn’t occur anywhere in the post’s content, then the plugin will add the term at the very bottom of the post with the first letter of each word capitalized and link it to the homepage, like so: Dog Training. If the content area already includes a hyperlink with that keyword to the homepage, then the plugin will do nothing.

Add related search terms: The plugin will take the main keyword, look it up at Bing.com, fetch the related keywords back and add them at the bottom of the post as “related terms.” For example:

Related terms: dog training tips, dog collar, dog obedience training, dog aggression problems.

 

Sales Page:

http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-special-offers-forum/551309-1-click-wordpress-search-engine-optimization-plugin-1700-sold-rave-reviews-get-more-google-traffic-try-demo.html

 

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