Trying to determine which is most effective.

Which one do you use and why?

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roysinOnline Premium Plus
I am using AIO SEO as i am currently focused on following the training. When the training is done and i get my head above the water, i will start investigating other tools as well. That doesn´t necessarily mean that i will change from AIO SEO, but it will help me acquire comprehensive knowledge essential to creating the online business we all are searching for.

Roy
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CassiOfTroy Premium Plus
Roy, we think alike.

That is exactly where I am at.

Thank you.
Cassi
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nathaniell Premium Plus
Wow. Haha. Lots of comments on this thread. I use AIO SEO.

Yoast is the most popular, but it's very invasive. Always telling me I'm using the wrong keyword density and adding all kinds of features I don't need. I like that AIO SEO does the basics and leaves me alone for the most part!
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CassiOfTroy Premium Plus
Thank you, Nathaniell.

As my WA Sponsor, you have a lot of influence on my decision. 😉

Cassi
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Mark1957 Premium
Different people will have different views on the various SEO plugins Cassi.

I'm not a techie or an experienced user of them all so I can't give you a definitive answer although Rank Math appears to be very popular.

One thing I would say is that Kyle's training videos talk about using the All In One SEO plugin so I'd caution any new or inexperienced person from straying from that in the first instance.

Maybe further down the line when people become more experienced they could try something different but there's more than enough to get your head around without messing with the recommended plugins.

Mark
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CassiOfTroy Premium Plus
Mark,

This makes very good sense.
It is an approach I practice - work with what I know until I have mastered the learning and complexities.

Thank you.
Cassi
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Mark1957 Premium
Absolutely Cassi, I agree 100%

Mark
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CassiOfTroy Premium Plus
Thank you, Mark.
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lesabre Premium
Hi Cassandra, I have tried both AIO and Yoast but I eventually settled for Rank Math. It is about two and a half years old. It has a few features the other SEO's do not have.

Version: 1.0.42.3
Author: Rank Math
Last Updated: 2 weeks ago
Requires WordPress Version: 4.9.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 5.4.1
Requires PHP Version: 5.6 or higher
Active Installations: 300,000+

Version: 3.8.6
Author: SEOPress
Last Updated: 4 days ago
Requires WordPress Version: 4.7 or higher
Compatible up to: 5.4.1
Requires PHP Version: 5.6 or higher
Active Installations: 100,000+

Version: 14.0.4
Author: Team Yoast
Last Updated: 2 days ago
Requires WordPress Version: 5.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 5.4.1
Requires PHP Version: 5.6.20 or higher
Active Installations: 5+ Million

Yoast seems to have the most installations and has the most recent update.

I like my Rank Math though.

Hope those numbers will help you decide.

Best wishes,
Michael
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CassiOfTroy Premium Plus
Michael,

Thank you!
I appreciate this depth with the stats.
It will certainly play a role in my decision.

Cassi
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TonyJS Premium
I started off on all in one but have moved to yoast and I absolutely love it! It really helps with the way I write and gives you hints to improve your writing too. I have also found that my articles are getting indexes quicker using yoast but it could be a coincidence!
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neilrc Premium
Another good point is that it's got a sitemap feature built in, which means not needing to install a sitemap plugin :)
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CassiOfTroy Premium Plus
Interesting, Tony.

Thank you.
Cassi
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ChrystopherJ Premium Plus
AIO SEO, Yoast and Rank Math all provide XML Sitemaps :-)
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neilrc Premium
OMG, AIOS has actually evolved?!
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ChrystopherJ Premium Plus
AIO SEO has Features that you can Enable, one of them being XML Sitemaps
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