Are you using the aioseo faq and toc blocks?

Last Update: Jul 20, 2022

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Hi, WA Friends

If you use the All-In-One SEO plugin, are you taking advantage of the new AIOSEO-FAQ block?

It works with the free version of AIOSEO and gives your FAQs Schema Markup to help the article rank in the search engines!

Here is an example of an FAQ block I use in my Local Pattern (created with GenerateBlocks Pro) for amplifier review articles on my guitar website.


It has three AIOSEO-FAQ H3 blocks prepopulated in the container and the screenshot is showing you how to add a fourth one.

If you use AIOSEO, you should check it out.

The new version of AIOSEO also has a Table of Contents block that looks like this.



It can be inserted anywhere in your post or page and the published result will give you something like this.


The AIOSEO-TOC block can also be formatted using bullets instead of numbers and can save you from using a TOC Plugin.

Have Fun!
Frank

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I have never used AIOSEO, but that sounds pretty good!

Barbara

What SEO plugin are you using, Barbara?

I have been using Yoast Premium for SEO. That's the only plugin I have ever used for SEO.

Barbara

That’s a good plugin. 👍

Thanks, Frank. I am mostly satisfied with it.

Barbara

Nice. I haven't used it. Actually didn't even know about them so thanks for the heads up because I've always wanted a toc block but just didnt want to add another plugin.

That's great, Jay!
Glad it helps. 😊

Frank

Good to know. Thanks for this information.

You bet, Brenda! 😊

Frank

This is great thanks Frank.
I briefly read it when updating my AIOSEO plugin, but thought it was only for the pro version.
I use the free version, so I will check it out.

Hi, Jenny

I think AIOSEO might be feeling the heat from SEO plugins like Rank Math and YOAST, which offer more functionality in their free versions.

I still use the free AIOSEO plugin and I have no plans to change, but you will lose all FAQs in your articles if you delete AIOSEO so that's also a consideration.

I would like to see a schema markup FAQ block implemented inside of WordPress, maybe down the road.

Frank

I’m still pretty happy with aioseo, and don’t plan on changing anytime soon.

I haven't started using them yet but I do plan on it. I just got the chance to read about the updates yesterday.

Hi, Siobhan

The FAQ block is definitely worthwhile!

I'm still up in the air about the TOC block, so I'm not ready to ditch my TOC plugin yet.

Frank

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