I’ve already told you about Yoast SEO but there are a lot of SEO plugins for WordPress that offer you very different features. As with everything else, here it’s a matter of taste and need.

Among the best WordPress SEO plugins you can find are:

Google XML Sitemaps

The Google XML Sitemaps plugin automatically generates a complete XML sitemap with the structure of all the URLs of your website to facilitate the indexing of your contents in the main search engines.

It also notifies search engines every time a new entry is created.

All in One SEO Pack

Along with Yoast SEO, this is another of the great classics among SEO plugins for WordPress.

The All in One SEO Pack plugin also has the function of generating an XML sitemap and sending it to search engines, allows you to define titles and meta descriptions on all your pages, can be integrated with AMP and Google Analytics plugins, etc..

It’s easy to install and requires no configuration, but it also integrates advanced features to include settings.

Broken Link Checker

The Broken Link Checker plugin crawls all the content of your website for broken links, both internal and external. That is, links that lead to a non-existent page.

This way, you can keep these links under control and correct them to avoid 404 errors, improve the usability of your site and make it easier for Google’s web crawlers and other search engines to crawl and index your content.

You can edit the links in the same list of broken links that it provides you, without having to enter the entries or pages.

Simple 301 Redirects

The Simple 301 Redirects plugin allows you to easily add 301 redirects if you don’t want to touch the htaccess file.

This way, you will be able to optimize your old URLs, passing their strength to the new one, and you will be able to correct 404 errors of pages not found. These types of errors, among others, can be checked with the Google Search Console tool.

SEO Redirection Plugin

SEO Redirection Plugin is in charge of tracking the content of your website to detect pages not found (with 404 error) and allows you to create redirects in your URLs to correct them easily and without having to touch the.htaccess file.

WP Keyword Suggest

This plugin gives you direct access within your WordPress to Google’s own keyword suggestions.

To do this, it integrates a small box inside the WordPress editor itself where you can write a search and it will return a combination of suggestions of related keywords as Google does in its search engine.

It may be a good idea to find long tail or long tail keywords that may be of interest to you without leaving your WordPress.

Yet Another Related Post Plugin

This plugin is in charge of generating a bar at the end of each entry to propose other related contents to the readers.

To detect these related posts, use an algorithm that takes into account the contents, titles, tags, categories of all the URLs of your website. This way, you can improve usability and encourage users to spend more time on your website.

Google Analytics for WordPress

This plugin allows you to automatically insert the Google Analytics tracking code into your WordPress site.

With the Google Analytics plugin you only have to paste the Analytics ID where it says so and that’s it. You won’t have to touch anything else.

If you want to learn how to take advantage of web analytics, don’t miss this comprehensive Google Analytics guide.

All in One Rich Snippets

With the All in One Rich Snippets plugin you can easily deploy rich snippets on your pages in order to highlight your results in Google SERPs and increase your CTR.

The plugin makes it easy for you to implement these rich snippets without having to touch any code, but it doesn’t guarantee that they will be displayed to your users when they search. This, at all times and whatever you do, will depend on Google.