Page Analysis Tab that helps you with Content SEO

Content SEO made easier by WordPress, Yoast and Linkdex

Content SEO made easier by WordPress, Yoast and Linkdex

May 09th, 2011 – 88 Comments

Linkdex LogoIt has always been my goal to make content SEO as easy as can be, and to make people writing content perform the necessary actions instead of someone else fixing up after them. Good SEO for a site consists of set of technical requirements, a good site structure and then the most important thing: well optimized content. Preferably lots of it. Today, by releasing the Linkdex Page Analysis integration into my WordPress SEO plugin, we’ve come one step closer to that goal of making Content SEO easy.

So what is it: full content SEO analysis functionality. The WordPress SEO box, with the snippet preview you’ve come to know, has a new tab, titled Page Analysis. This tab features a report of the content for the current post, check what it looks like (click for larger versions):

Page Analysis Tab that helps you with Content SEO

Page Analysis Tab that helps you with Content SEO

And one that’s a bit more positive:

Page Analysis - Content SEO well done!

Page Analysis – Content SEO well done!

What’s in that page analysis tab that helps me with Content SEO?

As you can see, there are three different types of messages: warnings, notices and messages. The messages are in the bottom, as they tell you stuff you probably don’t have to do anything about. The notices are above them, they can range from saying “No images appear in this page, consider adding some as appropriate” or, if you do have images but didn’t use your focus keyword in the alt tag it’ll say: “The images on this page do not have alt tags containing your keyword / phrase”.

Warnings are messages like “The keyword / phrase does not appear in the page title.” Another useful message: “You’re linking to another page with the keyword you want this page to rank for, consider changing that if you truly want this page to rank.”

Other messages can concern the meta description, the page title, your use of headings, the number of links, the length of your post or page’s copy, the keyword density and the Flesch Reading Ease score for the page. The latter score determines whether your page is easy to read, by checking for long sentences and words with a lot of syllables. This feature currently only works properly for the English language.

You’ll probably understand why I think that such feedback will help you write better (optimized) content and thus makes content SEO easier.

This seems to good to be true, what’s the catch?

Let me be clear, even though this is a collaboration between Linkdex and myself, the new content SEO functionality featured in the plugin is 100% free and will remain free and open source. There is no catch. As said, this feature is free for all users of the WordPress SEO plugin, doesn’t require registration or anything else and doesn’t send your data to other servers. All the analysis is done right there within your blog. As you can see in the screenshot above there’s some minor promo for Linkdex underneath the box, which is an awesome service, and if you sign up for Linkdex using one of those links, or the ones in this post for that matter, I get a little bit of money.

This release also features a set of updates to the General tab of the WordPress SEO box. The snippet preview has some enhancements, mostly relating to properly using ellipsis when the content is too long, as well as several JavaScript improvements. The focus keyword box, moved up in the previous release because it is so important for all these content SEO analyses, has gotten a new Google Suggest implementation using jQuery and jQuery UI that is far more robust than the previous one. Check it out:

Snippet Preview with updated Focus Keyword Suggest

Snippet Preview with updated Focus Keyword Suggest

Lastly, there are some new features in the indexing area, for instance allowing you to noindex, follow all paginated pages in taxonomies, so you can have /cat/seo/ indexed, but /cat/seo/page/2/ noindex, followed. In all, I think this is a killer update. There’s one thing left to tackle, the way XML sitemaps are built. It works but I’m not happy with it, once I’ve finished that the plugin will come out of beta. For now, enjoy version 0.3, and let me know in the comments what you think! Bonus points for the person who guesses the focus keyword of this article :)

So, go grab the plugin!

88 Responses to Content SEO made easier by WordPress, Yoast and Linkdex

  1. Graeme Smith
    By Graeme Smith on 22 May, 2011

    You’ve made SEO too easy – now anyone can do it

  2. David
    By David on 21 May, 2011

    Great improvement! When are you going to localize the plugin? I’m interested translating in Spanish…

  3. Bit Doze
    By Bit Doze on 20 May, 2011

    You are doing the most impressionable wordpress plugins that I ever work with. The fact that they are also free is a very big win. I can wait to test this new functionality properly and see what has to offer. Thanks a lot Joost.

  4. Dot Monster - Rab
    By Dot Monster - Rab on 20 May, 2011

    Great plugin, great update Joost. Watched your webinar last week and look forward to seeing the improvements.

    The question I raised about integration some kind of SEO Friendly Images functionality was more so you could focus your image tags per post in one place (but it would have a default setting also so you didn’t need to). Not really useful for normal posts, but if you use a lot in one post perhaps it could take the info from your focus keywords – optimising the tags per post?


  5. jelly roll sale
    By jelly roll sale on 19 May, 2011

    I use WordPress exclusively for my sites… this is really going to make a huge difference. Thanks for the info.

  6. tandblegning
    By tandblegning on 18 May, 2011

    Great wordpress seo plugin. Thank you for doing the update.

  7. Jörg
    By Jörg on 18 May, 2011

    Hi Yoast,

    I like your Word Press SEO Plugin a lot and I have a question about it.

    I hope you don’t mind that a leave my question here, thought this post has another topic.

    Since I can prevent with the SEO-Plugin categories from being indexed, why is it not possible to provide the category links with a nofollow attribute?

    Or is it better to leave the category links to be followed even if I prevent them from beeing indexed?

    This way Ioose link juice to them, don’t I?

    I would love to read your thoughts about this.

    Best regards,

    Jörg (Hamburg, Germany)

  8. Andrea
    By Andrea on 16 May, 2011

    This is huge!! Thank yoi master!

  9. Diane
    By Diane on 15 May, 2011

    A lot, but not all, of my sites use wordpress these days. What can I take from this stuff that I can use on my non-blog sites? Or should I just turn them all into blogs?

    • Tracey Rollison
      By Tracey Rollison on 15 May, 2011

      Diane, I run two different sites, neither of which is a blog, and both of which are run on WordPress (the software, not the .com). If you click my name, you’ll see one, which is a multi-author knowledge enthusiast site. The other I own, and is a menu/meal-planning service (where subscribers get a new week’s worth of dinner menus each week). I don’t know if it’s ok to give you the link or not, since my purpose is to show you another type of non-blog site that is a WordPress-based site?

  10. Tracey Rollison
    By Tracey Rollison on 15 May, 2011

    That’s what I was thinking, too. I’m at a bit of a loss to figure what else it might be, though. How long does it usually take for Google to reflect changes resulting in loss of page rank? I’m trying to troubleshoot backwards.

    • Bob
      By Bob on 3 June, 2011

      Google has recently gone through a radical transformation of their algorithm that has left many site owners, even famous ones, in tears. I’ve noticed many junk sites on top of my searches since then. Perhaps this is to blame. You can write to Google if you can find an address for a human being, and explain why yours should not have been taken lower on the list. It is rumored they might actually care about it. I cannot vouch for this rumor, but if you are trying everything and you believe in miracles, this is worth the shot.


  11. Tracey Rollison
    By Tracey Rollison on 14 May, 2011

    Our site has been an early adopter of this terrific plugin, and it’s always run without a hitch before. With the Lindex initial upgrade to it, we noticed the same 5 problems another poster listed above. So I immediately upgraded when the fix was available. But we’ve had a major hitch: a huge drop in pagerank for a bunch of our top articles. The articles in question were all on the top two pages for their keywords, and after the upgrade have been lower than on the tenth page. This is the *only* thing on our end that changed–no other plugins etc. upgraded. I haven’t seen anything from our webhost, so I don’t quite know where else to check for an answer to this.

    • Joost de Valk
      By Joost de Valk on 14 May, 2011

      Hey Tracey,

      to be honest, a ranking drop on a lot of pages *immediately* after upgrading is giving my plugin a bit too much credit: Google won’t suddenly reindex all your pages when you do something like that. I’m quite, like 99.9%, certain that there is something else the matter here….

  12. ontavu
    By ontavu on 14 May, 2011

    Best wordpress seo plugin. Thank you for the updates.

  13. Michele
    By Michele on 13 May, 2011

    Thank you for making my life easier. All the time.

  14. ILoveLausanne
    By ILoveLausanne on 13 May, 2011


    So as comments on other pages I found are closed and the fact this one is awsome too; I let you here the comment to say thank you for all the great job you did on still doing…

    It helped me a lot in building my own website !

    Thanks !

  15. iPad Story
    By iPad Story on 13 May, 2011

    We use on my site.. and this SEO plugin working greats

  16. gary martins
    By gary martins on 13 May, 2011


    I have been using the All in one SEO pack plug-in for my blog. What would I have to do to start using your plug-in in place of the all in one seo pack? is there any kind of migration that needs to be done?

    • Yassen Yotov
      By Yassen Yotov on 13 May, 2011


      Check the Import & Export menu of WP SEO. If that is not enough – there is a link to the SEO Data Transporter plugin.


  17. Connie McKnight
    By Connie McKnight on 13 May, 2011

    I love it. It was excellent before, now it’s even better. Thank you so much.


  18. Caspar Aremi
    By Caspar Aremi on 12 May, 2011

    I’ve got this working for me but not some of my co-writers. My account is Administrator level, but anyone less than that (Editors Authors) are unable to see the tab. Any ideas?

  19. Theo
    By Theo on 12 May, 2011

    Thank you for sharing the great work Yoast!

  20. Colin
    By Colin on 12 May, 2011

    Sorry Joast. I didnt’ realise I’d originally signed in with my website keyphrase which I just do automatically. Apologies.

    Thanks again Yoast for the content update. I’ve been using your SEO plugin for some months now and it makes the whole process. I’m trying hard to create good, relevant content of some length and I’m sure the new “conetnt” upgrade can only help with the process.

  21. Nile Cruises
    By Nile Cruises on 12 May, 2011

    Thanks again Yoast for the content update. I’ve been using your SEO plugin for some months now and it makes the whole process. I’m trying hard to create good, relevant content of some length and I’m sure the new “conetnt” upgrade can only help with the process.

  22. Jobin Martin
    By Jobin Martin on 12 May, 2011

    Thank you very much for this wonderful plugin. I wonder whether using several SEO plugins harm SEO because I am already using 2 SEO plugins…

  23. Peter
    By Peter on 12 May, 2011

    Yoast, this is killer SEO. I am looking forward to the webinar and am going to test linkdex. Not sure I understand the benfits yet of the membership and the integration of the plugin, because it seems that the plugin features work without the membership of linkdex?

    • Joost de Valk
      By Joost de Valk on 12 May, 2011

      That’s the whole point, you don’t need to sign up, this is pure awesomeness from Linkdex and myself for the community. I do encourage you to check out Linkdex though, it’s a great tool :)

  24. Graeme Wilson
    By Graeme Wilson on 11 May, 2011

    One website that I administer has ~2000 pages (not posts). The sitemap never seems to finish creating. If you are interested in fixing this, contact me by email and I’ll give you the site details. Keep up the great work with this plugin, it is inspiring :)

  25. DB
    By DB on 11 May, 2011

    … thank you very much, that is very promising plugin!

  26. Marcelo
    By Marcelo on 11 May, 2011

    Fantastic! Thank you very much Yoast!

  27. Alex Aguilar
    By Alex Aguilar on 11 May, 2011

    Great post and great plugin as usual Joost. I ignore the Flesch Reading Ease tool a lot of the time. I resent the idea of simplifying my text for people who have trouble parsing the occasional long sentence or reading a multi-syllable word. While I don’t purposefully over-complicate my blog posts with unnecessary words or run-on sentences, at the same time I refuse to patronize my readers with dumbed-down text just so I get a good enough Flesch score.

  28. Bram van der Linden
    By Bram van der Linden on 11 May, 2011

    Hey Joost,

    Thanks for this amazing new update! Do you have the contact details of the guys of Linkdex? I don’t succeed in paying, tried several times with different credit cards.

    Are you at Meet Magento NL? Maybee see you than!

  29. David
    By David on 11 May, 2011

    This is an excellent plugin. I am on the first page of Google for all my targeted keywords. Thanks Yoast.

  30. Patrick
    By Patrick on 11 May, 2011

    No outbound links appear in this page, consider adding some as appropriate.

    But there are some (to…) – Maybe problem with subdomain?

    But awesome plugin!!!

    • Joost de Valk
      By Joost de Valk on 11 May, 2011

      Hey Patrick, no it’s actually a bug I caused in 0.3.2, 0.3.3 will solve that :)

  31. Yassen Yotov
    By Yassen Yotov on 11 May, 2011

    Hi Joost,

    Great improvement with the 0.3.2 update for the non Latin char sets.

    Here is something odd that catches my eye. On general tab I have this:

    Your focus keyword was found in:
    Article Heading: Yes (1)
    Page title: Yes (1)
    Page URL: No
    Content: Yes (4)
    Meta description: Yes (1)

    On Page Analysis I have this:

    The keyword density is 4.44%, which is great, the keyword was found 2 times.

    The only difference I can tell is this – two of the focus keywords are with upper first letter e.g.:

    ????? ?????
    ????? ?????

    If I change all to small caps:

    The keyword density is 8.89%, which is over the advised 5.5% maximum, the keyword was found 4 times.

    Hope this helps.

    Keep up the good work!

    • Joost de Valk
      By Joost de Valk on 11 May, 2011

      Hey Yassen, will contact you by email, thanks for helping me fix this :)

  32. Erni
    By Erni on 10 May, 2011

    Wow this sounds really like a killer plugin. It’s great to see that you going for free, even with this update. Keep up the good work and only the best for you.

  33. Kim Doyal
    By Kim Doyal on 10 May, 2011

    That is FANTASTIC!
    This looks similar to ScribeSEO, but is free. What a great add-on to an already fantastic plugin.
    Thanks Joost!
    Kim Doyal

  34. jesse fogarty
    By jesse fogarty on 10 May, 2011

    Amazing update to an already amazing plugin – thank you joost

  35. ozzys
    By ozzys on 10 May, 2011

    I love your seo plugin but it gives js error everytime. I have to use AIO Seo plugin. I want to use yours. Can you help people that want to use your plugin for js error?


  36. Yassen Yotov
    By Yassen Yotov on 10 May, 2011

    Hi Joost,

    Just to confirm that 0.3.1 is working fine – the tabs are there, character count and generate SEO title are working.

    Still some minor hiccups with non Latin characters, but other than that – GREAT work.

    Keep up the good work!

  37. Giannis
    By Giannis on 10 May, 2011

    Does this new feature offer the same functionality as VibeSEO?

    • Joost de Valk
      By Joost de Valk on 10 May, 2011

      I had never heard of that plugin but yes, and a bit more, without the nonsense in there :)

      • Giannis
        By Giannis on 10 May, 2011

        VibeSEO doesn’t work in Greek Language, does your plugin work with this language?

        • Joost de Valk
          By Joost de Valk on 10 May, 2011

          I haven’t tested it and think it might cause some issues here and there :)

    • Giannis
      By Giannis on 10 May, 2011

      I would like also to ask if it supports Greek Language

  38. Tony Russo
    By Tony Russo on 10 May, 2011

    We have the EXACT same problem as Steve above — we updated the plugin and BAM!, points 1) through 5) above come alive.

  39. Steve Thoeny
    By Steve Thoeny on 10 May, 2011

    Big fan, and the Linkdex analysis appears to be a game-changer.

    Unfortunately I’m having major problems with the 0.3 update in Edit Post and Edit Page on ALL of my installs…

    1) I no longer see tabs as before and in your screen print examples.

    2) Snippet Preview displays date, URL, and Cached-Similar but no title or description.

    3) Find Related Keywords doesn’t work and scrolls the screen down 1/2 page.

    4) Generate SEO Title does nothing.

    5) The text under the Meta Description box does not indicate the number of Chars Left. In fact it displays no count at all: (because of date display), chars left.

    Six websites all with same issues
    No problems before updating to 0.3 today
    Same problems on existing and new posts and pages
    WP 3.1.2
    Woo Themes (various) with newest Woo Framework 4.0.5
    IE9 Version 9.0.8112.16421

    As my final test I did a fresh WP install on an unused domain, no other plugins but 0.3. Same problems on both Edit Post and Edit Page.

    Thought you would like to know.


    • Steve Thoeny
      By Steve Thoeny on 10 May, 2011


      I am quite impressed by your fast release of fixes.


    • Yassen Yotov
      By Yassen Yotov on 10 May, 2011


      Have same issue in IE9/FF 4.0.1. At the beginning my first thought was conflict with other addon and disregarded it. Then tested on a fresh install of WP + WP SEO 0.3 and it was the same – no tabs shown, not working Find Related Keywords and Generate SEO Title. On SEO Title and SEO Description fields char count left does not work.

      I can provide screen-shot if it is needed.


  40. Rick
    By Rick on 10 May, 2011

    Just did two major updates… W3 Total Cache by W3 EDGE and WordPress SEO!

    I gotta get use to the slightly new format of WordPress SEO.

    for the “bonus” –Content SEO–

  41. Eunus Hosen
    By Eunus Hosen on 10 May, 2011

    Great addition Joost! Thank you! :)

  42. Thomas Rosenstand
    By Thomas Rosenstand on 10 May, 2011

    Hi Joost! Great update. It was a pleasure dealing with you today regarding the small bug. You rock!

  43. David
    By David on 9 May, 2011

    Nice article. I’m going to try the plugin on a Thesis and a Genesis install. “Content SEO” for the bonus.

  44. Aaron H
    By Aaron H on 9 May, 2011

    Joost, awesome work fella. WordPress SEO plugin is the only one I ever use these days because its lacking all that useless junk that most others have, and then just does it job so darn well.

    I’m stoked to hear your overhauling the sitemap builder because just out of coincidence, I was planning on sending you an email with some possible sitemap tool suggestions.

    As everyone that uses the plugin would know, the tool creates a sexy looking sitemap but runs out of puff when websites grow over the 10,000 post mark. Obviously wordpress is becoming more of a CMS, less of a blogging platform with every new release. This means a lot more websites with 10,000+ posts.

    I have an old article directory with over 200,000 articles, so its always been a nightmare when it comes to building that a nice sitemap that contained an index since Google doesn’t accept sitemap pages with over 50,000 URLs on each.

    Then not long ago I came across a sitemap plugin called “Sitemap Index” found here It creates the sitemap dynamically so managed to create a 200,000+ URL sitemap for me in 2 or 3 seconds. Problem is the plugin was never maintained after release and I dont think its ever going to be, which is a shame because its got some serious potential.

    Only problem I had with it was an increase in server load because the sitemap was generated every single time a bot hit it. Be easy fixed by caching or putting limits on the database queries.

    With your skills, I thought it maybe worth you having a look at and maybe even integrating some of its functionality into your plugin. Just a thought, thats all.



  45. Jonathon
    By Jonathon on 9 May, 2011

    Awesome dude. I just came across it on one of my websites. I did not realise then wow look at all this new info. V Good. Keep up the great work man. Your SEO plugin kicks ASS.

  46. Mike Schmidt
    By Mike Schmidt on 9 May, 2011

    This is the best update to a plugin since sliced bread. Really liking this one. The focus keyword has to be “SEO”!!!
    Thanks for a job excellently laid out and released. Kudos to you!!

  47. Matt Clark - Damang Media
    By Matt Clark - Damang Media on 9 May, 2011

    Just started using your plugin the other day on our new install and site of wordpress. Like the functionality and with the new add-on this is a great tool and will be one that we implement on client sites. Thanks for sharing!

  48. Josh Galvan
    By Josh Galvan on 9 May, 2011

    Hi Yoast! This is an awesome update! Any word on the Thesis theme integration of your plugin?

  49. Jonathan Goodman
    By Jonathan Goodman on 9 May, 2011

    If there was a Nobel Prize for most amazing WordPress Developer you’d have my nomination. You are critically important to the WordPress Community and I can’t thank you enough for the time and effort you have put into these plugins.

  50. Lars Koudal
    By Lars Koudal on 9 May, 2011

    I wonder how the people behind the Scribe WP Plugin is gonna take the news of the Linkdex integration? :-)

    Great work as always, several versions before 1.0, curious to see whats coming next :-)

  51. Rajiv Abraham
    By Rajiv Abraham on 9 May, 2011

    Bonus points for the person who guesses the focus keyword of this article :)… I would go with Content SEO too.

    But really awesome updates and while I’ve never used the likes of Scribe SEO, I do use paid plugins like SEO Pressor. Cannot believe your “beta” plugin delivers more value that most paid ones.

    Thanks and very much appreciated.

  52. Dror
    By Dror on 9 May, 2011

    An amazing addition to an amazing plugin. This is really great and I just want to thank you for working so hard on creating the best plugins and keeping them free.

    I would guess that “Content SEO” is the focus keyword of the article.

    • Ronen Bekerman
      By Ronen Bekerman on 10 May, 2011

      Hey Bro’ – I 2nd that BIG TIME!!!

      I went into some of my old but gold posts and started to check them out with the new page analysis and they do need some more work to be spot on!

      Thank you for providing a plugin that allows us writers to get the SEO done too and with ease.

      Cheers ;)

  53. Michael
    By Michael on 9 May, 2011

    Is it possible to add a rel=”canonical” tag to the %%POSTLINK%% inside the RSS section?

    This way any scrapers that take content are forced to link with the rel=canonical tag.

  54. Luke Thomas
    By Luke Thomas on 9 May, 2011

    If we currently have the WordPress SEO plugin, how do we go about updating to the new version? I love this plugin – it makes SEO FUN!

  55. Fnor
    By Fnor on 9 May, 2011

    Wow, thank you Yoast! This seems a wonderful update. Although I have to report some problems before it can work properly on my blogs. I think your plugin doesn’t handle accents properly.

    I mainly blog in French, so I use accents all the time. Here are the problems I encounter :

    First, in the good old tab the plugin doesn’t detect the keyword ine the url if it is accented. For example if my keyword is “solfège” and my slug is “solfege”, the plugin says the keyword isn’t in the url. I think you should treat the non-accented keyword in the url.

    Then, the new tab as a lot more problem with accents. Here is an exemple with this page and the keyword solfège.

    I got this on the “Page Analysis” tab :

    1. The keyword doesn’t appear in the first paragraph of the copy, make sure the topic is clear immediately. (but it is in the first paragraph!)

    2. You have not used your keyword / keyphrase in any heading in your copy. (it is in almost every heading)

    3. The keyword density is 0.00%, which is a bit low, the keyword was found 0 times. (the keyword is counted 7 times by the main tab)

    4. The keyword / phrase does not appear in the URL for this page. If you decide to rename the URL be sure to check the old URL 301 redirects to the new one! (I already told you about that)

    5. The page title contains keyword / phrase, but it does not appear at the beginning; try and move it to the beginning. (again, the keyword is at the beginning)

    6. The specified meta description is over 156 characters, reducing it will ensure the entire description is visible. The available space is shorter than the usual 155 characters because Google will also include the publication date in the snippet. (the main tabs counts 152 characters, but this new tab count each accent twice, due to utf-8 I think)

    Sorry for posting such a big comment. I hope it will help you improving your WordPress SEO plugin :)

    • Joost de Valk
      By Joost de Valk on 9 May, 2011

      Thanks! Just submitted it in my own new bug tracker :)

      • Marcus
        By Marcus on 11 May, 2011

        you might have changed the way I’m going to handle bugs on my plugins :D. what are your thoughts on the platform from a dev’s perspective, make life easier?

      • Yassen Yotov
        By Yassen Yotov on 10 May, 2011


        I can add to this issue some more info – almost identical situation when you use Cyrillic letters. The test keyword was “????? ?????” (poker cards). This is what I see:

        1. The keyword / phrase does not appear in the page title.
        It’s there.

        2. The keyword doesn’t appear in the first paragraph of the copy, make sure the topic is clear immediately.
        It’s there.

        3. The keyword density is 0.00%, which is a bit low, the keyword was found 0 times.
        The keyword is counted 3 times in main paragraph.

        4. The keyword / phrase does not appear in the URL for this page. If you decide to rename the URL be sure to check the old URL 301 redirects to the new one!

        But then again I got also this:

        The meta description contains the primary keyword / phrase.
        The page title contains keyword / phrase, at the beginning which is considered to improve rankings.

        Which is kinda confusing with above statements =]

        Keep up the good work!

        • Joost de Valk
          By Joost de Valk on 10 May, 2011

          Could you comment that on the bug mentioned above? I’ll dive into it.

  56. Syed Balkhi
    By Syed Balkhi on 9 May, 2011

    Great addition Joost :)

  57. nicolas giraudon
    By nicolas giraudon on 9 May, 2011

    Yoast, what I love with you is that you never stop improving your plug-ins ! Difficult for the competition to catch up … Also very friendly to use for non developers.

    Thanks for the thousands of hours spent on this ! Cheers, Nicolas

  58. NetAgence
    By NetAgence on 9 May, 2011

    Once again an amazing contribution. I’ll be glad to help in any way even if I’m not sure what I could contribute apart from French translation ! As for the KW I’d underline content seo and wordpress seo, but maybe even more importantly “made easier” which is what your WP plugins are really about, for beginners as well as advanced SEO guys. Thanks again.

  59. Frank Eves
    By Frank Eves on 9 May, 2011

    Wow, thanks Joost, content evaluation is a very valuable addition. Another reason why WordPress SEO is my favourite SEO plugin.

  60. Ed
    By Ed on 9 May, 2011

    Another wonderful addition to the best WordPress SEO tool around, even if Linkdex is telling me there are no images in the post when there are several.

  61. Keith
    By Keith on 9 May, 2011

    Another fantastic update Yoast. Focus Keyword has got to be “Content SEO”?

  62. Remkus
    By Remkus on 9 May, 2011

    …with the snippet preview you’ve come to know..
    I’d even go as far as ‘come to love’ ;)

    Great addition Joost, thanks!

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