5 WordPress Plugins Designed With Your Blog Traffic In Mind

by Coleen on March 12, 2012 · 23 comments

in Guest Post, Plugins, Traffic, WordPress

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While you can certainly handle your blog’s SEO on your own, wouldn’t it make sense to get help where you can? Especially if that help was as easy as simply downloading a new plugin to your WordPress blog? The good news is SEO is easier than ever these days and it really is as simple as adding in a few new plugins!

If you’re looking to boost your blog’s traffic try implementing one or all of these:

1.  All in One SEO Pack

Like the name implies this plugin is an all in one option for increasing your blog’s SEO efforts. If you’re looking for a way to simultaneously increase your Page Rank, traffic, and optimization, among a slew of other benefits, then this is the plugin for you.

2.  Tweet Old Post

Instead of letting your old posts get lost in a black hole of blog posts bring them back to life and draw more traffic to your blog with the Tweet Old Post plugin. It automatically selects prior posts and sends them out to Twitter so that you can get more traffic to your blog and keep old posts fresh.

3.  WordPress SEO

This plugin has a unique feature in that it lets you do things such as preview posts and see if a title is too short or too long and ensure that your meta description will actually pull in the search results you want. It also does a slew of other things, all of which are geared at optimizing your blog to its highest extent so that you get focused traffic that benefits your blog.

4.  Google XML Sitemaps

If you’re looking for a way to ensure that your blog is indexed more effectively on the major search engines then this is the plugin to download. It works by creating a specific sitemap for your blog that makes it easier for the search engines to crawl your website and index accordingly. In addition, every time you publish new content it alerts the major search engines.

 5.  SEO Title Tag

Every time you write a blog post WordPress automatically assigns specific title tags to it, which is what search engines use to find your posts. However the assigned tags might not necessarily be the best ones for your post in terms of generating targeted traffic. With SEO Title Tag you are able to go in and customize the title tags associated with each post so that they’re more search engine friendly, allowing your blog to be more easily found.

There’s no reason not to take advantage of all of the plugins out there designed to help improve your blog’s traffic. Download one or all of them and your blog’s traffic will steadily continue to grow. It just takes a few clicks to download and implement them to your WordPress site, and you have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

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Bryan Ring 1 March 12, 2012 at 12:15 am

Thank you Coleen for your reviews. I am gonna give the Twitter plugin a shot and see how it works. The All in one, I love it! I use it for all of my SEO efforts on all the sites I touch. I have also used “Yoast”, not bad.
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Megan Brown 2 March 12, 2012 at 8:24 am

Hello Coleen…

All are awesome one and also very useful as I am using many from this from which I have derived lots of benefits.

Anyway thanks a lot for this important sharing.
Take care. Bye for now…


Kharim Tomlinson 3 March 12, 2012 at 8:51 am

Hey Coleen, your guest post is awesome and I love it. I am currently using 4 of these plugins on my blog. The only on that I don’t use is the SEO Title Tag and this is because with the Thesis Theme I already have those features.

Thanks for your contribution to my blog and keep up the good work.
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Samuel 4 March 12, 2012 at 9:36 am

They are many ways to use plugins to your advantage.

These are some great ones to have and many more to use.

Great reviews, ova here, and I currently use the all-in-one SEO pack that I am so well pleased with! :D


JamesW 5 March 12, 2012 at 11:33 am

Great post, I like “tweet old post” plugin, it’s good to get traffic from the posts that are old but still valuable.


Ayesha 6 March 13, 2012 at 12:43 am

Plugins are used to manage traffic of site. By following all these points we can increase traffic, optimization and page rank of our site. Old post also very important to increase traffic. Sitemaps are very significant in understanding the structure of sites. Selection of title tags play vital role in increasing traffic.


Arvind 7 March 13, 2012 at 5:41 am

Nice list, I have heard a lot about “All in SEO” and “Tweet Old Post” plugin in wordpress. These plugins are really helpful in generating traffic to your blog.
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Mark 8 March 13, 2012 at 8:47 am

WordPress SEO all in one pack is the best way to go if want to achieve traffic fast. I use it all the time and it definitely works.


Jeff Gross 9 March 14, 2012 at 2:09 am

Great post Coleen. I didn’t know about “Tweet old posts” plugin and can’t wait to try it. Other plugins are familiar to me and they are all very useful for SEO and getting traffic to your blog.


Maja from fantastic sams 10 March 14, 2012 at 6:40 am

I have installed some of these plug-ins. All in one SEO pack is must to go for on site optimization of a blog.
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Azam 11 March 14, 2012 at 5:49 pm

These plug-in are requirement to get presence in online community. Wordpress has a lot of plug-ins but these are essential for working.


Bishwajeet from Comptalks 12 March 15, 2012 at 7:22 am

I am using All in one SEO from the day I installed wordpress and just love it.
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Beth from Grants 2012 13 March 16, 2012 at 2:44 am

This is a good list of wordpress plugin. I really think that the most important plugins are those SEO related since most people really need to focus on the SEO activities of their websites. But I like how you actually give emphasis with tweeting the old post. As we all know, old posts get limited visitors so it is a good thing that we at least put some effort to make it visible again.
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Jeane from Philippines Outsourcing 14 March 16, 2012 at 3:37 am

That was really gold mine article. Strategics in driving traffic to one’s website have been an indispensable one for social media marketing specially having great web functionalities. Got a handful of tips and learning here. Now its time for applied learning.


Amit Shaw 15 March 16, 2012 at 8:41 am

Coleen i am using All in one SEO and trying to change it to Yoast. If i will change than how can i transfer all the data to there.
Is there any simple solution for that?
Tweet Old Post its really awesome plugin to expose our old post to get more attention.
Thanks for sharing the list.
Amit Shaw
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Archie Ward from Dejan SEO Melbourne 16 March 19, 2012 at 9:14 am

All of those tools will be invaluable to anyone starting out in the blog world.
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Becca 17 March 20, 2012 at 9:01 am

I agree, All in 1 Seo Pack is all what needed for business if monetizing
the business. It is still the best plugin to monetize the site.


Marnie Byod 18 April 12, 2012 at 8:18 pm

Hi, Coleen WP plugins are always great and useful. All of the tools above are useful for any WP blog. Thanks a lot for sharing such information.


Sandy Moore 19 May 15, 2012 at 8:53 pm

My favourite of these plugins you have mentioned above Coleen, would have to be Tweet Old Posts…. This plugin drives an amazing amount of traffic to your blog.

I would also highly recommend all of the above plugins.

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David 20 May 23, 2012 at 6:12 pm

I use almost all of the plugins listed and you I will have to look at seo title tag plugin it looks pretty cool.


anis chity 21 February 7, 2013 at 12:51 pm

these plugins are extremely helpful an useful thanks for sharing


anis chity 22 February 7, 2013 at 12:53 pm

these plugins are extremely helpful and useful thanks for sharing they must be installed right after installing wordpress


Sam Adeyinka
23 October 31, 2013 at 11:31 am

hey Coleen, and welcome to Kharim’s blog – it surely is nice to see you here. :)

This review is quite inventive and I quite resonate with the five of them. Albeit, I no longer use all in one SEO plugin. Instaed I stick with Wordpress SEO and xml site map. I’m thinking of uninstalling the latter though as I don’t want a lot of plugins. Would you be kind enough to advice me, Coleen?

I haven’t yet heard of SEO tilte tag save for now. Any further explanation before I install it?

Thanks for the share, sister!

Stay blessed,
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