Key Drupal SEO Modules To Get Installed

Drupal has several modules that every site should install. That is, if you're looking to take advantage of what Drupal already has to offer, and if you care to get found online 'organically' through someone typing words other than your company's name.

  • Alinks: Creates automatic links allowing users to associate defined text to links.
  • Content Optimizer: Helps to ensure content conforms to Drupal SEO best practices and provides analysis pages to ensure SEO best practices are followed.
  • Custom Breadcrumbs: Allows you to set up parametrized breadcrumb trails for any node type.
  • Global Redirect: After turning on clean URLs and Pathauto, it fixes some of the more common URL problems.
  • Google Analytics: Visitor tracking.
  • HTML Purifier: Fixes substandard HTML on content generated by users.
  • Link Checker: Checks for broken links.
  • Menu Attributes: Additional attribute specification for menu items such as id, name, class, style, and rel.
  • Metatag: Enables full control of meta tags on your site, nodes, categories, views, etc.
  • Mollom: Spam protection.
  • Page Title: Allows the page title to be set.
  • Pathauto: Based on the title of the page, this module autocreates an SEO-friendly URL.
  • Path Redirect: Creates proper redirects for URLs.
  • Read More Link: Creates customized, SEO-friendly read more links.
  • SEO Checklist: Checklist that provides admin shortcuts and download links to pretty much all the modules and tasks to perform SEO on a Drupal site.
  • SEO Compliance Checker: Checks for on page SEO compliance giving the user analysis when a node is saved or previewed.
  • Scheduler: Allows scheduling for the publishing of nodes.
  • Site Map: Creates a plain text version of the sitemap.
  • Site Verification: Verification assistance of site ownership for search engines.
  • Syndication: Centralization, through a web page, all RSS feeds generated by Drupal.
  • Taxonomy Title: Title setting for taxonomy pages.
  • URL List: Lists every URL on your Drupal-based website by creating a plain text sitemap.
  • XML Sitemap: Creates search engine readable, dynamic sitemap that is Sitemaps.org compliant.

Reference: https://www.appnovation.com/blog/7-drupal-seo-tips-rank-better-google

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