SEO WordPress plugins
If you want to optimize your website to the fullest, this package might be all the help you need! Our Complete SEO Bundle contains our premium plugins designed to improve your site’s SEO in many ways. The Complete SEO Bundle includes Yoast SEO Premium, News SEO, Video SEO, WooCommerce SEO and Local SEO.
The Yoast Complete SEO Bundle includes the following plugins:
Yoast SEO Premium
Yoast SEO premium contributes to improving your ranking in search engines. This plugin comes with a redirect manager, 24/7 premium support and tutorial video’s of the entire plugin.
The News SEO plugin helps optimizing your site for Google News. It creates XML News Sitemaps, editors picks RSS feeds and allows for use of the standout tag and the meta news_keywords tag.
The Video SEO for WordPress plugin makes sure that your embedded videos are shown in the video search results as videos, with a thumbnail image.
Yoast WooCommerce SEO
WooCommerce is one of the best shopping cart plugins available for WordPress. Our plugin improves the OpenGraph and Twitter Card enhancements.
Local SEO helps you rank high in local search results. This plugin inserts Google Maps, adds a store locator and inserts the addresses and opening hours of your company to your website.
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Thinking SEO, is WordPress or Tumblr better for a business persona blog?
As others have suggested, self-hosted WordPress is the way to go. It is much more flexible than Tumblr. Not only do you have a huge number of plugins to help you optimise the site, but just the functionality of the CMS allows you to make any changes to the structure of your website that you wish. You are not limited in what you can do during optimisation. Tumblr is a less flexible solution with maybe a lower learning curve, but WordPress itself tends to be quite intuitive and you shouldn't have a problem picking it up.