Embrace the Joomla! SEO revolution!

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Yes! the Joomla! SEO revolution has just started with RSSeo! The most advanced SEO tool for Joomla! is born and it's ready to increase your website traffic.RSSeo! - Joomla! seo extension

RSSeo! has all the features that you need to optimize your Joomla! website and to monitor it and your competitors.

First, it will crawl your website and index all the pages. Then you'll be able to immediately improve each page.

Also, say hello to the first Joomla! Google and Yahoo! sitemap generator. Yes, RSSeo! has that too!

You can quickly set each page title, meta description and keywords and you'll get a real-time report on what you should change to make the page SEO friendly.

Just download the free version or try the demo and I'm sure you will embrace the Joomla! SEO revolution!



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HERMAN BRUMMER - 04.04.2010 (06:12:08)
Love RSEO

I have been using RS SEO since last year, and it rocks!

Makes life a breeze, Meta tags and description tags can be edited quickly and easily.

My only gripe is that the Page Rank reporting tool is not accurate.

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Mihaela - 16.03.2010 (07:12:38)

Hello Max, First of all, RSSeo! crawls the entire Joomla! site so you can be able to identify pages that aren't optimized yet for search engines; identifies pages with duplicate title tags, duplicate meta description, missing or short title tags. You will be able to add meta tags to all pages, including menu items. After crawling the site, you will be able to generate a sitemap so you can submit it to search engines easily; with the help of the System RSSeo! plugin you can enable canonicalizatio n and verify the site in Google Webmasters Tools. RSSeo! monitors competitors and how they evolve in time: remembers Page rank, backlinks and indexed pages in Google, Bing, Yahoo. You can add keywords, check their rankings and set anchor links to improve internal link structure. There are some video tutorials that you can check on RSJoomla! TV: http://www.rsjoomla.com/tv

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Max Kempten - 16.03.2010 (07:11:45)

How is it compared to Ijoomla SEO revolution? http://www.ijoomla.com/ijoomla-seo/ijoomla-seo/index/

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Alex P. - 16.03.2010 (07:10:26)

Yes, in the settings you can set up ignore links as patterns: index.php?option=com_something{* } will ignore all com_something. We use {*} for variable number of characters and {?????} for a fixed number of chars.

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Martin Blodau (Pixpro) - 16.03.2010 (07:09:04)

Sounds great! Is there an option to hide certain areas from the indexing?

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Alex P. - 16.03.2010 (07:08:11)

Hello Martin, thanks for your comment :). From what I see in the XMap description it creates a Google Sitemap based on the menu system that you have. The difference is that RSSeo! builds the sitemap based on all your website pages, not only the menu.

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Martin Blodau (Pixpro) - 16.03.2010 (07:07:33)

XMap, the real first dynamic Google Sitemap generator: http://extensions.joomla.org/extensions/structure-a-navigation/site-map/3066 (But you only see that they have this function when you install the component) :-) Apart from that little detail you are definately right with the SEO revolution! RSSEO blows the competition out of the water. Congratulations and big thanks from your swedish fanclub!

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