SEOKEY the simplest and most effective Search Engine Audit and Optimization plugin for WordPress. SEO has never been so easy with SEOKEY !
SEOKEY: the simplest and most effective SEO plugin
We give you all the keys to succeed:
- A unique SEO global audit module
- A really easy-to-use interface
- Automatic technical optimizations without frustrating options
- A complete SEO toolbox (redirections, ALT editor, etc.)
There is no point in getting tips on a single content if you don’t have the whole picture.
With SEOKEY, you can audit all your content in one go to improve your visibility in Google and other Search Engines!
With PRO version, we go even further with a more detailed analysis of 100% of your content, and especially by giving you a main directive for each one based on real trafic data: optimize, change the keyword to target, do nothing, wait, etc.
Unlike other SEO plugins, SEOKEY’s interface is by far the simplest one.
We’ve removed all unnecessary options, and simplified the ones that will really improve your visibilty.
The result: you’ll be able to configure and use SEOKEY much faster than with any other SEO plugin.
Automatic technical optimizations
In WordPress, many SEO optimizations should be active by default. This is our belief as SEO experts since 2008. So why would we force you to check and fill in some options when they should already be active?
That’s why SEOKEY automatically deploys SEO improvements without any clicks.
SEO toolbox (redirections, ALT editor, etc.)
With free version, SEOKEY provides you with all features needed in SEO, without installing third-party plugins or the need to upgrade to the PRO version.
SEOKEY offers a complete SEO toolbox:
- the management of your redirects
- an alternative text editor to modify them all in one place (and we fix images without one within your contents)
- 100% automatic generation of your schema.org markup (Local Business, Organization or Person, Breadcrumbs, Website)
- management pages for your Post Type archives if you have one
In PRO version, SEOKEY will warn you in case of 404 error detected by Google or when WordPress generates an automatic 301 redirect without warning you.
Need more info?
This section describes how to install SEOKEY and get it working.
- Install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly with the plugin Search Engine, with the SEOKEY zip file (“Add New > Upload Plugin”) or upload the plugin files to the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
- Use the Wizard to configure it
Contributors & Developers
“SEOKEY — WordPress SEO audit and optimization plugin” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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Interested in development?
Public roadmap for PRO and Free version of our SEO plugin is here: https://trello.com/b/jauwlc3J/seokey-pro-public-roadmap
* Improvement: increased post count used in our global audit. This will decrease global audit limitation.
* Improvement: improved redirection form when user is trying to redirect an already known URL
* Improvement: improved tooltips handling (avoid unreadable tooltips)
* Improvement: various french translation fixes
* Bugfix: when creating a new term, SEO data was not added (meta title, noindex, …)
* Bugfix: fix “Redirection already here” error when adding a redirection with uppercase characters
* Bugfix: classic media library notice is now dismissible
* Bugfix: TinyMCE editor is now available for all taxonomy terms descriptions (for example with WooCommerce)
* Bugfix: various UX and notices fixes
* Third-party: send 410 code for old DIVI Cache files (improves crawl)
* Third-party: add misssing ID in our the_title filter while performing an SEO audit (avoid PHP errors with themes or plugins filtering the_title)
* Third-party: Awin plugins compatibility improved (their CSS were messing up our menus)
* Bugfix: fix main keyword input (users could not add a main keyword since 1.5.0)
* New: automatically add missing alternative texts to images (when user added an ALT to this image with the ALT editor or with the media library)
* New: new keyword menu to help you achieve your SEO goals. You can now view all your targeted keywords with a “next action” to do
* New: new notification after data import. If you import data from another SEO plugin, we warn you about missing OpenGraph and Twitter Card data, and we give you a simple fix to add it back again
* New: new free audit task => no image found in content
* Improvement: increase the number of audited contents in global audit (PRO version is needed to audit all of your contents)
* Improvement: small improvement for our suggestion module (next action to do). Many other improvements have been added to the PRO version
* Improvement: change global score. Scale shown is now 50 and not 100 anymore (full score has always been available only with PRO version)
* Improvement: better menu handling (less code, better performances)
* Improvement: added a link to FAQ in our settings to explain how to install PRO version
* Improvement: new and improved translations for french users
* Bugfix: improved interface (some icons were not correctly showing up on some menus)
* Bugfix: fixing some misplaced tooltips (there are still a few ones we need to clean)
* Bugfix: on some cases, strip whitespace (or other characters) from the beginning and end of tags
* Bugfix: fix missing function to properly delete all data on uninstallation
* Bugfix: fix bad robots.txt encoding on some hosts
* Bugfix: various CSS fixes throughout our plugin
* Bugfix: fix Yoast global post type indexation value on data import
* Bugfix: remove some PHP warning while importing data from YOAST and SEOPRESS
* New: import SEO data from RankMath
* New: import SEO data from SEOPress
* New: automatic schema.org name attribute for mobile results on Google
* Improvement: improved RangePrice and SameAs automatic schema.org markup
* Improvement: wording and translations improvements (some of them were missing or fuzzy)
* Improvement: fix and improved performances for our “known content” function (SEOKEY will tell you if need to check your settings when new content types are found)
* Improvement: speed improvements (we removed useless code)
* Third-party: Genesis framework compatibility (their SEO functions are now disabled)
* Third-party: remove automatic breadcrumbs switch from Yoast to SEOKEY (too many bugs from many themes)
* Third-party: Elementor compatibility improved (avoid rare fatal errors with some themes)
* Third-party: better menu notification function (avoid bugs when another function is filtering $menu global)
* Bugfix: Yoast import function improved (missing data for schema.org markup)
* Bugfix: fix sitemap encoding
* Improvement: improved performance for several functions
* Improvement: better automatic optimization display while using our Wizard
* Improvement: better help message for some audit tasks
* Improvement: adding “contributing FILE” to project
* I18N: adding missing French translations (we still have a few ones to add in the next few weeks)
* I18N: fix bad text for max/min text counters
* Bugfix: improved Yoast data import
* Bugfix: avoid errors with uninstall functions
* Bugfix: avoid another PHP error with PRO version when Free version is still active
* Bugfix: removed some PHP warnings
* Third-party: OceanWP support enhanced (fixes an OceanWP bug with Yoast breadcrumbs)
* Improvement: better performance when importing data from Yoast
* Improvement: better performance when performing an audit
* Bugfix: avoid PHP error with PRO version when Free version is still active
* Major Free update: automatic optimizations, redirections, audit and much more
(version number has been updated to match our PRO version)
* Bugfix: php compatibility for _wakeup method on some hosts
* Bugfix: Excerpt more was displayed on other pages (it should only be present on Feed pages)
* First commit
* Automatically improve RSS feeds.