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Advanced Google Analytics Settings

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If you need to setup Google Analytics, please refer to the Related Article. Once you’ve added your Google Analytics Tracking ID to the Google Analytics ID field in All in One SEO Pack you’ll see an option to enable the Advanced Analytics Options. Tracking Domain The Tracking Domain option is used if you want to…

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Advanced Settings for All in One SEO Pack

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Autogenerate Descriptions The Autogenerate Descriptions setting will automatically generate a Meta Description for any Post Type using the Post Excerpt, or the first 160 characters of the post content if there is no Post Excerpt. By default,  a post excerpt from the first 55 words of your post content is generated, or you can simply write…

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Advanced Social Meta Settings

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The following article covers advanced optional Social Meta settings you may wish to configure, as well as troubleshooting/testing. Please refer to the Related Article to learn how to configure the basic Social Meta settings in All in One SEO Pack. Facebook Settings These settings are advanced settings specific to Facebook and are not necessary for…

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Beginners Guide to Social Meta

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These days a good presence on social media is just as important as a good presence on search engines. The great news is that you can control how your site appears on social media using All in One SEO Pack. All in One SEO Pack includes a Social Meta module which you can activate by…

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Beginners Guide to XML Sitemaps

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An XML sitemap is a special file that search engines use when they crawl your site. This file is an essential part of SEO. The XML sitemap contains some important pieces of information that search engines need when crawling your site. This guide walks you through the simple steps needed to create your XML sitemap…

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Fixing common crawl errors in Google Search Console

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This report shows you when Google is having problems crawling a URL on your site that they previously indexed. Crawl errors can be broken down into a number of different types. Server Error This means Google experienced an issue while crawling your site because of your server. Google will usually tell you what error code…

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Getting Started with All in One SEO Pack

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All in One SEO Pack works very well out of the box with the default settings, however, the steps below will guide you through some important configuration settings that every site owner should follow. Step 1 – Setting your Home Page SEO meta Go to All in One SEO Pack > General Settings > Home…

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Individual Post/Page SEO Settings

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Preview Snippet The Preview Snippet shows you how your Post or Page may look in search engines based on the SEO Title Tag and Meta Description you have entered.  If you edit the Title and Description settings in the fields below the Preview Snippet and click Publish or Update, the Preview Snippet will be updated to…

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Robots.txt SEO Module

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The robots.txt module in All in One SEO Pack allows you to set up a robots.txt file for your site that will override the default robots.txt file generated on your BBWP site.  By creating a robots.txt file with All in One SEO Pack you have greater control over the instructions you give web crawlers about…

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SEO Content Type Settings

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SEO on only these Content Types Here you can select which Post Types you want All in One SEO Pack to work with by checking or unchecking the boxes next to each Post Type.  By default, only the standard post types of Posts and Pages are checked. SEO on only these Taxonomies Here you can…

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