User’s Guide for All in One SEO Pack

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If you’re looking for a WordPress SEO plugin, then you will likely come across All in One SEO Pack because it is one of the most popular WordPress plugins ever created (over 27 million downloads). In this beginner’s guide, we will show you how to install, setup, and use All in One SEO plugin in WordPress. 

Why You Need a SEO Plugin for WordPress?

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) helps make your website rank higher in Google and other search engines.
While WordPress provides a SEO friendly setup right out the box, there are still many things that you can do to improve your SEO such as adding meta tags, generating XML sitemap, avoiding duplicate content, etc.
All in One SEO Pack helps you do all these things with an easy to use interface that blends into your WordPress dashboard.
Note: At WPBeginner, we use the Yoast SEO plugin, but both All in One SEO pack and Yoast SEO are great plugins to optimize your website for search engines.

Setting up All in One SEO Pack in WordPress

The basic All In One SEO plugin is available for free.
There is an All in One SEO Pack Pro version that adds additional features such as video sitemaps, eCommerce SEO, 1 year of professional support, and several other features. It costs $79 per year, and they are offering WPBeginner readers a $20 discount if you use our All In One SEO Pack coupon.
Having that said, let’s take a look at the setup process.
First thing you need to do is install and activate the All in One SEO Pack plugin. For more details, see our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin

Homepage Settings

Under homepage settings section, you can specify a title for your homepage. This title can be different from your WordPress website’s title. You want to make it catchy and use your most important keywords in the title.
If you leave this field blank, then All in One SEO will use the default WordPress website title. Whether you use a different title or the same title as your blog, make sure that it contains your website’s main keywords. For example, our homepage title is WPBeginner – Beginner’s Guide for WordPress.
In the homepage description field, you need to provide a brief description of your website. Keep it under 156 characters and try to use your website’s most important keywords in the description. However do not go overboard with keywords in the description. You want to make sure that it is readable and easy to understand.
If you leave description field blank, then All in One SEO will not use them on your homepage. If you want to get maximum benefits, then you must fill these in.
If you are using a static front page, then you can click enable next to ‘Use Static Front Page Instead’. You can now edit your front page and add title and description under All in One SEO meta box..

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