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BuddyPress and SEO Best Practices

  • David S


    Hello. I’m new to BuddyPress and love it so far. On the issue of SEO, is there a plugin that works best with BuddyPress? I didn’t see alot of space for entering keywords, tags, or SEO terminology and I was thinking of trying All in One SEO Pack, but didn’t want to do it without checking first and I’ve read other posts that installing the wrong plugin can be quite a bad experience.

    Can anyone please help a newbie to BuddyPress out with SEO best practices and whether or not there are SEO plugins you’d recommend that would go best with it?

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  • danbp


    SEO best practices are more marketings philosophy questions before technical solutions.
    By default WP/BP display correctly their content. Some learning about permalinks and tags usage would be good starters for a correct ranking and site search.

    Good SEOing is a full time job and using a plugin to achieve this job is not the solution, but only an easier way to handle some parts.

    That said, the most popular SEO plugin for WP/BP is probably Yoast. Googling about this produces many answers and good advices.

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