Fuzzy SEO - OUR wp seo plugin

MOGmartinMOGmartin Registered Users, 500 Post Club
edited September 2010 in Fuzzy SEO for Wordpress
Hey Folks,

we have an seo plugin that we have written to increase your long tail traffic in wordpress.

You can DOWNLOAD IT FREE HERE: Wordpress SEO Plugin


Its already quite popular with around 4,000 websites using it - it has also had quite a lot of coverage on popular seo sites:

you can read all about it here on seoMoz:

Other places where it has been featured:
Search Engine Journal
Cre8aSite Forums
SEO Black Hat World Forum
Irish Webmasters Forum
Digital Point
BlackHat World Autoblogging
DownloadIc

So try it now!

MOGmartin
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  • FredFred Registered Users
    edited November 2009
    Excellent tool many thanks for the share
    Fred
    www.teddybearspersonalised.com
  • OmeghaOmegha Registered Users
    edited November 2009
    Aoo bro, i've got this error after tried place widget on my WP 2.86,.
    [You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'ORDER BY std.founded DESC LIMIT 20' at line 1]
    SELECT st.term_value, std.founded FROM wpx_seoqueries_terms st INNER JOIN wpx_seoqueries_data std ON st.stid = std.stid WHERE std.page_type='category' AND std.page_id= ORDER BY std.founded DESC LIMIT 20
    Nobody landed on this page from a search engine, yet!
    


    help how to fix this..
  • MOGmartinMOGmartin Registered Users, 500 Post Club
    edited December 2009
    checking it mate, thanks for flagging that!

    can you confirm:

    url its installed on
    php version on your server

    thanks!

    MOGmartin
  • blogophilblogophil Registered Users
    edited December 2009
    Omegha wrote: »
    Aoo bro, i've got this error after tried place widget on my WP 2.86,.
    [You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'ORDER BY std.founded DESC LIMIT 20' at line 1]
    SELECT st.term_value, std.founded FROM wpx_seoqueries_terms st INNER JOIN wpx_seoqueries_data std ON st.stid = std.stid WHERE std.page_type='category' AND std.page_id= ORDER BY std.founded DESC LIMIT 20
    Nobody landed on this page from a search engine, yet!
    


    help how to fix this..

    I've the same SQL error
    PHP 5.2.6-1+lenny4 with Suhosin-Patch 0.9.6.2 (cli) (built: Nov 22 2009 02:38:03)
    Copyright (c) 1997-2008 The PHP Group
    Zend Engine v2.2.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2008 Zend Technologies
    with eAccelerator v0.9.5.3, Copyright (c) 2004-2006 eAccelerator, by eAccelerator

    URL of my blog http://philippe.scoffoni.net

    I'm using WP-Super-cache too

    Thanks for your help
  • MOGmartinMOGmartin Registered Users, 500 Post Club
    edited December 2009
    blogophil wrote: »
    I've the same SQL error
    PHP 5.2.6-1+lenny4 with Suhosin-Patch 0.9.6.2 (cli) (built: Nov 22 2009 02:38:03)
    Copyright (c) 1997-2008 The PHP Group
    Zend Engine v2.2.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2008 Zend Technologies
    with eAccelerator v0.9.5.3, Copyright (c) 2004-2006 eAccelerator, by eAccelerator

    URL of my blog http://philippe.scoffoni.net

    I'm using WP-Super-cache too

    Thanks for your help

    Im not sure if its an incompatibility with the super-cache plugin, I will check that tonight and let you know - as soon as Ive got a patch I will release it and send you a private message to let you know,

    thanks!

    MOGmartin
  • blogophilblogophil Registered Users
    edited December 2009
    Ok i'm waiting your message :)
  • MOGmartinMOGmartin Registered Users, 500 Post Club
    edited December 2009
    so, my tech guys have been trying to replicate this problem but with no luck, I really could do with a dive into your config, could you PM me and lets do this:

    enable the plugin on your site at a predetermined time, to get the error "live" and then we can run a fix for your site, once we've got that (might take an hour or so) we can roll it out to a new version of the plugin.

    Let me know, send me a PM and we will arrange a convenient time to do it.

    thanks!

    MOGmartin
  • deforemandeforeman Registered Users
    edited December 2009
    MOGmartin wrote: »
    Hey Folks,

    we have an seo plugin that we have written to increase your long tail traffic in wordpress.

    You can DOWNLOAD IT FREE HERE: Wordpress SEO Plugin


    Its already quite popular with around 3,000 websites using it - it has also had quite a lot of coverage on popular seo sites:

    you can read all about it here on seoMoz:

    Other places where it has been featured:
    Search Engine Journal
    Cre8aSite Forums
    SEO Black Hat World Forum
    Irish Webmasters Forum
    Digital Point
    BlackHat World Autoblogging
    DownloadIc

    So try it now!

    MOGmartin
    Your plugin creates multiple outbound links to seoforums.org, and, it does not give notice that this will happen. Essentially every page that has a fuzzy seo tag block on it is linked to this forums URL.

    Don't you think that this is deceptive behavior, and that it is improper? I certainly do.

    What are your plans for eliminating these excessive outbound links, notifying users properly that they exist, or charging for a plugin with only a single outbound link per site?

    Dennis
  • plienineplienine Registered Users
    edited January 2010
    Hello,
    How about integrating this plugin in e107 CMS ?

    This plugin is great and e107 system really needs seo help...
  • edited January 2010
    Thanks for the plugin. I have it activated on my website, and while my site is still very young, and growing I hope that it will help me in my organic marketing campaign.
  • MOGmartinMOGmartin Registered Users, 500 Post Club
    edited January 2010
    deforeman wrote: »
    Your plugin creates multiple outbound links to seoforums.org, and, it does not give notice that this will happen. Essentially every page that has a fuzzy seo tag block on it is linked to this forums URL.

    Don't you think that this is deceptive behavior, and that it is improper? I certainly do.

    What are your plans for eliminating these excessive outbound links, notifying users properly that they exist, or charging for a plugin with only a single outbound link per site?

    Dennis

    Hi Dennis,

    its clearly labelled in wordpress that this plugin creates a link back to this site, and its why I provide the plugin free of charge. I also state in the readme that you can remove the links, but please link back to this site somewhere appropriate if you can.

    If you dont want to link back at all, then thats your choice!

    thanks
  • MOGmartinMOGmartin Registered Users, 500 Post Club
    edited January 2010
    Updated 12/01/2010 with a new version, includes SEO rank tracking - and more to come in the next big update over the next few days!
  • edited January 2010
    I think I have the general idea behind the plugin. Would it be possible to describe in a paragraph or two how this helps the search results? I understand how it places keywords on the page, but does this help with keyword density? Are these meta keywords placed on each page? I have this plugin on my relatively new blog, and I would just like to understand a little better how it works, so I can maximize its uses for my site.

    Thanks!
  • MOGmartinMOGmartin Registered Users, 500 Post Club
    edited January 2010
    biascuts wrote: »
    I think I have the general idea behind the plugin. Would it be possible to describe in a paragraph or two how this helps the search results? I understand how it places keywords on the page, but does this help with keyword density? Are these meta keywords placed on each page? I have this plugin on my relatively new blog, and I would just like to understand a little better how it works, so I can maximize its uses for my site.

    Thanks!

    Sure thing!

    it works like this: google will a lot of the time "broad" match your site on search terms, (broad matching being wording borrowed from PPC, where the term that the person was actually searching for does NOT appear word for word on your website, but google still deems it somewhat relevant so it sends you the traffic anyway).

    Your actual search engine position for these terms is likely to be lower than if it was an "exact match" for keywords on your site - which is where the plugin comes into its own.

    Firstly a hypothetical:

    The user is searching for "blue widgets in New York", you have a page on your blog dedicated to "New York Widget Manufacturers", whilest this isnt strictly what the person was looking for, its still pretty relevant, so google may return your site in 7th-10th position for the search (we are talking long tail here). The plugin then detects what the actual search term used was, and places it on your site.

    The next time google spiders that page, it finds the exact term, and then places more relevance on your site, hence you will go from that 7th to 10th place up to 2nd/3rd, and you get more traffic!

    This plugin does depend on:

    Good, unique, well written content on your site, for google to start paying attention to it in the first place


    As long as you have that, this plugin will increase the total traffic you get from the long tail over the course of a few weeks to months.
  • edited January 2010
    Thanks for the explanation. The idea behind the plugin makes sense. I put the plugin on right as I started my blog, so it will be difficult to tell if there is an increase in search, but I think it will help. The idea sounds pretty solid. Thanks for the plugin!
  • MOGmartinMOGmartin Registered Users, 500 Post Club
    edited January 2010
    biascuts wrote: »
    Thanks for the explanation. The idea behind the plugin makes sense. I put the plugin on right as I started my blog, so it will be difficult to tell if there is an increase in search, but I think it will help. The idea sounds pretty solid. Thanks for the plugin!

    Well, just from experience I have it installed on 60+ sites of my own, all of which have seen some positive benefit, from 5% to 50% over the course of two to three months.

    Im actually rebuilding it to get it working here on the forums as well, and its been installed on about 4,500 other websites as well, so I guess a lot of other people are happy with the idea as well!

    be sure to let us know how it goes!
  • Gene SteinbergGene Steinberg Registered Users
    edited January 2010
    I've tried this plugin on my four WP sites, all running WP 2.9.1.

    It puts the "no search" message in the sidebar window, so it must be set up correctly (I used the PHP code since my forum's themes were not designed with widgets in mind and nobody has been able to help me fix that). But it never updates, even when I have manually accessed the sites from a Google search. That work fine for me in vBulletin 4, but not in WP>

    Can I have some help?

    Peace,
    Gene Steinberg
  • MOGmartinMOGmartin Registered Users, 500 Post Club
    edited January 2010
    I've tried this plugin on my four WP sites, all running WP 2.9.1.

    It puts the "no search" message in the sidebar window, so it must be set up correctly (I used the PHP code since my forum's themes were not designed with widgets in mind and nobody has been able to help me fix that). But it never updates, even when I have manually accessed the sites from a Google search. That work fine for me in vBulletin 4, but not in WP>

    Can I have some help?

    Peace,
    Gene Steinberg

    Hi Gene,

    can you post me a link to your installation? (I might need login details as well to take a look under the hood, but I will let you know - and if needed PM me here on this forum)

    thanks!

    MOGmartin
  • Gene SteinbergGene Steinberg Registered Users
    edited January 2010
    MOGmartin wrote: »
    Hi Gene,

    can you post me a link to your installation? (I might need login details as well to take a look under the hood, but I will let you know - and if needed PM me here on this forum)

    thanks!

    MOGmartin

    By the way, your forum isn't sending me email notices.

    In any case check these:

    www.technightowl.com
    www.technightowl.com/newsletter
    www.technightowl.com/radio
    www.theparacast.com

    Except for one item on the Archive pages of the last site, I see nothing but our default announcement, even after "goosing" it with direct links from Google.

    Let me know if you need a login via PM.

    Peace,
    Gene
  • bajaybajay Registered Users
    edited February 2010
    useful, now its work on my blog, thanks
  • LinkbuilderLinkbuilder Registered Users
    edited February 2010
    If I use it, this is safe from Google banned?
  • MOGmartinMOGmartin Registered Users, 500 Post Club
    edited February 2010
    its being used succesefully on 5000+ other sites mate
  • LinkbuilderLinkbuilder Registered Users
    edited February 2010
    MOGmartin wrote: »
    its being used succesefully on 5000+ other sites mate

    thank you MOG
  • bobbybbobbyb Registered Users
    edited March 2010
    Hi,
    thanks for this really cool plugin.
    I was wondering, if there is any guideline on how many keywords to display per page?
    10, 100, 200, 1000 ?
    Thanks in advance!
    Cheers
  • MOGmartinMOGmartin Registered Users, 500 Post Club
    edited March 2010
    Sure, in my experience between 20 and 30 is the best place to be aiming for.

    more than that is overkill, and less than that and you dont get the long tail terms enough.

    by the way, are you using the vBulletin or the wordpress version?
  • bobbybbobbyb Registered Users
    edited March 2010
    Ok, thanks for the info.
    I am using the wordpress version.
    Cheers
  • MOGmartinMOGmartin Registered Users, 500 Post Club
    edited March 2010
    bobbyb wrote: »
    Ok, thanks for the info.
    I am using the wordpress version.
    Cheers

    hey no probs, and welcome to our forums!
  • seomarketingcompanyseomarketingcompany 100 Post Club
    edited March 2010
    Thanks for sharing bro....If will install on my wordpress blog and give you feedback:)
  • MOGmartinMOGmartin Registered Users, 500 Post Club
    edited March 2010
    look forward to your feedback, and I hope it helps out with your long tail traffic! Any questions, just post them here.

    thanks
  • qixnqixn Registered Users
    edited April 2010
    This plugin is very good.
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