Last Update: March 20, 2019
There's a new SEO tool you might want to take a look at...
I've been using the All in One SEO plugin since I started here at WA. It was the one suggested during training and just seemed to work for my needs. I love it and it's been good to me. That said, I decided to take a look at a relatively new SEO plugin and I have to say, I'm liking what I see.
If you have some time to kill, check out the Rank Math SEO plugin. It has some cool features I find very interesting.
Rank Math offers stats and guidance that I find intuitive and helpful in my SEO ranking efforts. Take a look at some of these screenshots from one of my sites:
This little widget shows up in my site dashboard and gives me a quick overview of some important stats. The stats are site-wide so the total keywords, although impressive, should be divided by the number of posts I have.
What I find of use is the 404 monitoring and Redirection information. By using this information I can fix errors that I normally wouldn't see or even know that they existed.
You can even setup redirections within Rank Math, no need for an extra plugin.
Rank Math can integrate with Google Search Console and give you your stats right there in your site back end vs having to log into another site for the information.
You can even see crawling errors for both desktop and mobile platforms:
There's even an option to see stats and scoring for your site as a whole:
At an individual post/page level you can see an SEO score and even get tips on how to increase it!
It even has a rich snippet feature, eliminating yet another plugin:
Now, I've only had this plugin up and running on my site for one day, but I have to say, it's sparked my interest in increasing my SEO rankings and has provided solid insight and advice (such as including a positive or negative statement in my titles, power words and so on).
If you're using Yeost or All in One, you can even import your current settings into Rank Math. One thing to note, if you use All In One to link and send data to Google Analytics, you will need to add the GA script to your site header, as Rank Math does not do that like All in One does.
Anyway, I just wanted to introduce the WA family to a new tool that can help get your pages, posts and site noticed.
Let me know what you think!
Mac, Wealthy Affiliate Premium Member