We offer a great Joomla SEO course. The course will teach you everything you need to know about Joomla and SEO in 52 easy video tutorials. We highly recommend it! We also offer a couple of excellent SEO eBooks.
Yes, both versions are supported.
Yes, you can install iJoomla SEO on more than one domain. However, we only provide support to the domain you register with us at time of purchase.
No, iJoomla SEO doesn't handle duplicate URLs, redirects or any other URL issues. iJoomla SEO focuses on helping you do SEO as fast as possible as well as monitor your keywords on Google.
Yes, we currently support the following languages for iJoomla SEO:
You can download translations to all our languages here.
Note: We've used Google Translate to translate the language files, which means that the translations may not be perfect. However, they will save you 95% of the time you would have spent translating it yourself.
No, but these extensions will do that for you:
- Core Joomla
- SEF Advanced
The description metatag summarizes page content and may encourage clicks in search results. Some search engines use the description to help categorize pages, but more importantly, the page description may also appear in search results. A clear and persuasive description may not boost your search engine ranking, but it may encourage prospective customers to visit your site.
It’s important that your description metatag is readable and interesting, no longer than 256 characters, and also features one or two keywords that appear on the page, preferably placed near the beginning of the description.
If you’re struggling to think of a description, try using the first sentence or two from your page. iJoomla SEO automatically does this for you.
Choosing the right keywords is the first step to a better search engine ranking. Here’s how to do it:
Your title metatag should be concise, descriptive and unique to each page. Do not include more than ten words and make sure that they accurately reflect the page's content.
Sure. iJoomla SEO will automatically create an alt and title tag to your images from the keywords of the page. This is a super fast way to make sure you’re compliant and optimized for search engines.
No, but you can download our iJoomla MetaTags Generator for free here. It’s not as comprehensive but it does have some of iJoomla SEO’s features.
No, but it’s good practice to create a backup of your database first.
No. The keywords and description metatags you’ve created in the individual articles will appear on the right of the article but you will not see the title metatags. They're only displayed in iJoomla SEO plugin.
No. If you’ve already added descriptions and keywords metatags, you'll see them in the Metatag Manager. You can then choose to keep them or modify them. To auto-generate metatags without affecting your current tags, simply select only the articles you want to modify.
Google (and other search engines) rely on page headings to determine what’s important on the page. If your article title has an obscure class such as “contentheading,” then Google won’t consider it important. Replace this class or add a heading tag to it, such as H1, and Google will make sense of your page and rank you higher.
Keywords and descriptions metatags are not as important as they used to be for some search engines. But the title metatag is still considered by experts to be the most important element for SEO and description metatags are used to create the snippet that appears on the search engine search results. Even if it doesn’t affect your search engine results, it will certainly affect your click-through rate.
iJoomla SEO will save you 95% of the time it will take you to perform the same functions for SEO. Feel free to use our demo site and see for yourself. Doing SEO the old fashioned way can take days; days that could be better spent growing your site.
Joomla's SEO capabilities are limited and slow. For example, Joomla doesn’t allow publishers to assign a title metatag to an article. Instead, article titles are used automatically as the title metatag even though the title of the article rarely contains keywords.
iJoomla SEO allows you to assign a title metatag for each article so you can optimize keywords and phrases.
nofollow is a non-standard HTML attribute value used to instruct search engines that a hyperlink should not influence the link target's ranking in the search engine's index. Using nofollow tag will prevent your site from bleeding Google PageRank.