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WordPress Plugin Releases for 3/27

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Daily Top 10 Posts tracks the number of pageviews per blog post for the current day and cumulatively with options to display sidebar widgets for both.

Recent phpBB Topics will display a list of the latest topics in your phpBB forum on your blog.

Page Feed creates a page feed to show the page content.

All in One SEO Pack is a single plugin to make your blog more search engine friendly. It rewrites your post titles, uses categories and excerpt as Meta Keywords and Description and adds noindex,nofollow to category pages.

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  1. John (17 comments.) says:

    Oooooh. I will have to see how well the SEO plugin works. :)

  2. Benoy (2 comments.) says:

    SEO Pack sounds quite interesting. Will give it a try.

  3. Naz (1 comments.) says:

    Give the SEO Pack a try and let see what it can do. :)

  4. Dave (16 comments.) says:

    I’m all over the SEO plugin. Lookin forward to seeing some results with it. Thanks!

  5. Amanda (18 comments.) says:

    The seo tool sounds good I just hope it doesn’t mess anything up.

  6. Michael (1 comments.) says:

    In WordPress there is already some nice permalinks, does this expand upon that? I am new to wordpress, sorry for the lame questions.

  7. Geren (14 comments.) says:

    I’m not sure what the All In One SEO Pack is up to. I installed it today on several of my installations (WP versions from 2.0.4 to 2.1.2 — yes, I know, I need to get them all to 2.1.2). Anyway, all it did was provide blank displays when attempting to view the site. Nice idea, but, it appears not ready for prime time.

  8. Fred (1 comments.) says:

    Thank your for this interesting information, being a new blog owner this will certainly be useful.

  9. Daniel (38 comments.) says:

    The All In One SEO Pack author does denote that it is currently in development cycle, and that the current code is a preview.

  10. Jeff (1 comments.) says:

    Thanks, I’ll have to check out the seo plugin.

  11. shimon (1 comments.) says:

    Why would you put a no index, no follow on category pages? I get tons of traffic from Google because of my category pages (each category is a good keyword).

  12. uberdose (1 comments.) says:

    > Why would you put a no index, no follow on category pages?

    There can be a problem with duplicate content and even get you into supplemental index.

    > The All In One SEO Pack author does denote that it is currently in development cycle

    It’s always been in development cycle and always will be :), but it’s gotten a tad bit more mature in the last 6 months.



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