SEOPress PRO – WordPress SEO optimization
open graph. Add Open Graph meta tags to enhance your Facebook posts with a custom title, description, and image thumbnail. View the link to post in the Facebook post preview.
Twitter card. Add Twitter meta tags to enhance your Twitter post with a custom title, description, and image thumbnail. View your link with the Twitter post preview.
Dublin core.Add Dublin Core meta tags recognized by governments/states and used by Bing, Baidu and Yandex.
SEOPress PRO WooCommerce. Disable indexing on cart, checkout, and customer account pages, remove WooCommerce meta tag generator, add Open Graph meta tags for better social sharing, remove default WooCommerce product and breadcrumbs to replace them with SEOPress counterparts, add margins barcode in the Metabox of the product.
SEOPress PRO Easy Digital Downloads. Remove Easy Digital Downloads meta tag generator, add Open Graph meta tags for currency and price for better social media sharing.
robots.txt / htaccess.Create a virtual robots.txt file to set up search engine indexing. Block SemrushBot and MajesticSEO Bot with one click to prevent your site from slowing down. Edit the htaccess file directly in the WordPress admin area. Do a quick 301 redirect, disable directory browsing, etc.
Canonical URLs. Change the default canonical URL for each post, page, or post type.
RSS. Disable useless WordPress RSS feeds like comments or posts. Display content before/after each entry.
XML sitemap. Improve search engine crawling by providing XML maps of your posts, pages, custom post types, taxonomy terms, authors, images, etc.
HTML sitemap.Improve search engine crawling by providing an HTML sitemap.
Manage 301 redirects. Create/manage unlimited 301, 302 or 307 redirects in one place. Import redirects via CSV file.
Local business. When users search for businesses on Google Search or Maps, the search results may display a highly visible card with detailed information about the business that matches the query.
Google Analytics stats in the WordPress dashboard. Get Google Analytics stats right in your WordPress dashboard: pageviews, sessions, bounce rate, average session duration and more.
Monitoring 404 errors.Every time a visitor receives a 404 error on your site, they are tracked. Create 301 redirects for 404 errors, get email alerts, redirect every 404 error to a specific URL…