Many professional bloggers have written about The SEO Framework, the Extension Manager, and our philosophy.
Below are few of many excerpts.
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WPMU DEV — Honestly speaking, when I first heard about SEO Framework I was sure I’d find a plugin that planned to cater to a few SEO basics. Yet, when I first installed it, I could see that I was wrong. The scope of the plugin is broad. Very broad. […] There’s clearly been a lot of work put into this plugin, but it’s not overwhelming in any way. The interface is very intuitive and the tab-based interface makes sure that sections that require a fair amount of parameterization are “simplified” by splitting them over multiple tabs.
Kinsta — The SEO Framework plugin does the trick for those who want a fast, lightweight SEO plugin for WordPress without any ads our upsells. It strips some of the bells and whistles you probably don’t need and focuses on helping out those who are more concerned about keeping site speeds high while also spending less time with confusing SEO articles. It’s often considered as the greatest alternative to Yoast or All in One SEO, and that has much to do with the visual nature of the SEO ratings–along with more flexible options for targeting keywords.
Pagely® — Compared to many other SEO plugins, the interface and associated meta boxes feel unobtrusive. Yet, you still have the ability to set up over one hundred settings that the plugin uses to automatically generate outputs for titles, meta information, and structured data, as well as sitemaps, social media meta tags, and plenty more[…] If you want something that’s lightweight but still powerful enough to handle the important details, The SEO Framework is a great option.
Create and Code — This is one nifty SEO plugin. When you install it, there’s just one long list of options. No bloat. No notifications popping up everywhere… I much prefer how The SEO Framework approaches recommendations. They’re there if you need them, but not in an overpowering way.
Mickey Mellen — Speed: Keeping your plugins light is a big key to a successful website, and this plugin takes a big chunk out of that overhead on your site… Simplicity: The SEO Framework keeps things simple; it has all of the features I need, without all of the extra cruft.
Deliciae Design (Translated from Dutch) — For a couple of weeks I’m using SEO Framework and I’m really very satisfied about it. Easy to use, all settings are neatly and clearly displayed on one page, there’s a clear interace, no disturbing notifications, pleasant support and I score just as well in the search engines.
Pilvia — The SEO Framework plugin provides an automated and advanced SEO solution for your WordPress website. This is better than Yoast SEO.
Mbrsolution — Extension Manager will add more power and control over The SEO Framework. It is a must have extension. Sybre Waaijer has done it again with this extension. He truly is going to bring a great SEO service to the WordPress community.
the Vanguard Blog — I love it. Very clean and simple. All the necessary functions. Very fast, no bloat. And not obnoxious. It’s the newest one to the SEO plugins market and very refreshing. Added bonus is that it integrates very nicely with Genesis framework.
Nose Graze — I started installing The SEO Framework on my new sites instead, and was very happy with it. I also recently migrated Nose Graze over to it as well.
WP USP — It looks like Yoast and functions like All in One SEO. The functionality part is rock solid and the best part is that there is no premium version to it.
WP Tutor.io — The SEO Framework is simple and lightweight, it does exactly what it needs to. The SEO settings looks like it came with WordPress.
aThemes — The SEO Framework has everything you need for SEO. It will automatically generate titles, descriptions, and canonical URLs, and it comes with built-in sitemap functionality. One of my favourite features is the SEO bar that is displayed next to posts and pages. It helps you easily see at a glance the SEO status of an article.
Wpplugincheck — Feature wise it has all the tools usually found in other SEO plugins. It has a metabox on the end of the admin post page where you can individually set SEO settings for that page. You can also set it up for custom post types[…]. As a bonus, you can also setup 301 page redirects from this metabox.
A Design Day — The SEO Framwork is not another WordPress gimmick, this a serious SEO plugin by a serious developer. Sybre Waaijer from the Netherlands has developed what I think is the most streamlined SEO plugin yet. It’s fast and light which is unheard of in the WordPress community for SEO plugins.
CollectiveRay — As somebody who has been in the industry for a while, we are always on the looking for the next big thing, and we think we might have found a strong contender for the title of best plugin for on-page search engine optimization.
- Roots — We’ve migrated from Yoast SEO
- Genesis Clubbers — How To Set Up The SEO Framework Plugin
- IMWZ — Yoast SEO vs [The] SEO Framework
Short and sweet reviews from “recommended plugins” lists.
- WPOutcast — 7 WordPress Plugins To Increase Engagement and Traffic
- eMarket Experts — 10 Best WordPress Plugins for SEO