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SEO SearchTerms Tagging 2


Description:

The purpose of this plugin is to strengthen our On Page SEO by adding new internal linking to the blog post using the most popular keywords used by search engine visitors to find the blog post from a search engine ( incoming search terms ).

We can also display the most popular & recent search terms in the sidebar to get a side wide internal linking to the corresponding blog post.

New since version 1.25: Automatically convert popular search terms into Post Tags.

Click here and go to my sidebar to see the live example of this plugin in action.

Screenshots: (click to enlarge)

Admin Page:

Plugin admin page.

Incoming Search Terms in single post/page:

The internal linking created base on users search terms.

Sidebar Widget:

Popular Search Terms and Recent Search Terms Widget

SEO SearchTerms Tagging 2 Main Features:

  1. Display the search terms/keywords used by visitors from search engines for each blog post.
  2. Display the most popular search term for the entire blog posts.
  3. Display the most recent search terms for the entire blog posts.
  4. Display random search terms for the entire blog posts.
  5. Add the list of search terms automatically after the post content or manually by editing the template.
  6. Limit the search terms to be displayed.
  7. Display the search terms only or automatically change it into internal linking to the blog post or search page.
  8. Display popularity ( search counter ) after each keyword.
  9. Automatically delete unused search terms after X days.
  10. Automatically convert popular search terms into Post Tags.
  11. Display most popular search terms in the archive category ( courtesy of Pile )
  12. Delete unwanted search engine terms & delete all search terms ( reset ).
  13. Popular, Popular in Category & Recent Search Terms widgets ( you can find it on page Appearance » Widgets ).
  14. Block unwanted keywords/bad words.

Usage Instructions:

  1. Download it here. or search from WordPress Admin » Plugin » Add New.
  2. Install and activate from WordPress Admin » Plugins page.
  3. Go to the WordPress Admin Options page » SearchTerms Tagging 2, and set the options as you wish.
  4. If you decided not to select option “Add list automatically after post content”, please add this following code to display popular search terms in your single post and page template (single.php and page.php).
    1 <div class="stt2">
    2
    3 <?php if(function_exists('stt_terms_list')) echo stt_terms_list() ;?>
    4
    5 </div>
  5. Use this following code to display 10 most popular search terms for all blog post, can be placed anywhere you want it
    1 <div class="stt2">
    2
    3 <h3>10 Most Popular Search Terms</h3>
    4 <?php if(function_exists('stt_popular_terms')) echo stt_popular_terms(10) ;?>
    5
    6 </div>

    If your theme supports widgets, it is better to use the “Popular Search Terms” widget.

  6. Use this following code to display 10 recent search terms for all blog post, can be placed anywhere you want it
    1 <div class="stt2">
    2
    3 <h3>10 Recent Search Terms</h3>
    4 <?php if(function_exists('stt_recent_terms')) echo stt_recent_terms(10) ;?>
    5
    6 </div>

    If your theme supports widgets, it is better to use the “Recent Search Terms” widget.

  7. Use this following code to display 10 random search terms for all blog post, can be placed anywhere you want it
    1 <div class="stt2">
    2
    3 <h3>10 Random Search Terms</h3>
    4 <?php if(function_exists('stt_random_terms')) echo stt_random_terms(10) ;?>
    5
    6 </div>

    If your theme supports widgets, it is better to use the “Random Search Terms” widget.

  8. Use this following code to display 10 popular search terms in category archive page.
    1 <div class="stt2">
    2
    3 <h3>10 Popular Search Terms in This Category</h3>
    4 <?php if(function_exists('stt_popular_terms_in_category')) echo stt_popular_terms_in_category(10) ;?>
    5
    6 </div>

    If your theme supports widgets, it is better to use the “Popular Terms in Category” widget.

Please note that the search term tags will not be displayed until there are any visitor coming from search engine into that blog post, until then, it’s still invisible.

Like many others SEO plugins, this plugin require your theme to call wp_head() hook on the HTML header. Put <?php wp_head(); ?> code between your <head>…</head> , usually on header.php file. Open file header.php on theme WordPress Default as a reference if you need to.

sumber : http://exclusivewordpress.com/searchterms-tagging-2-plugin

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