You’ve got a store on Magento 2?
Then you know firsthand that, in a highly competitive e-commerce environment, SEO techniques are more important than ever.
We are to say that authoritative content, schema markup, keywords, page speed, link juice, a problem of duplicate content, breadcrumbs, Magento 2 default SEO settings, and common mistakes do warrant extra scrutiny.
Unfortunately, in this post, we won’t help you find an excellent SEO specialist for all these cases. However, we want to share with you this set of modules for your Magento 2 SEO.
The extension is a basic feature-rich solution for any Magento 2 website. Perhaps this is the reason why the module is so popular among our customers. Apart from allowing visitors to browse the catalog in a more comfortable way, the plugin serves well for SEO needs.
Amasty SEO hint: If you are looking for a winning SEO strategy for your website, see our Magento 2 Layered Navigation: best settings for SEO guide.
Everyone knows Magento 2 is well-optimized for fast load (at least compared with Magento 1), thus, Full Page Cache and Varnish go out-of-the-box. But there’s always room for improvement. Our Full Page Cache Warmer brings order to any multipage website. The module sorts pages by their priority and adds them to a cache warming queue respectively.
Amasty SEO hint: Sort out the logged data by any parameters right on the ‘Warmer Log’ grid.
Landing pages are an additional channel for attracting new visitors. With the Landing Pages plugin, you can gather a custom selection of products for each Magento 2 page to increase customer conversion rates. Besides, thanks to custom metadata and content, as well as SEO-friendly URLs, you’ll manage to boost your website ranking significantly.
Amasty SEO hint: Import landing pages as CSV files. For this, navigate to Stores > Configuration > Amasty Extensions > Landing Pages. Then choose a store where you want to display the landing page, upload the landing and click Save Config, that’s all.
Amasty SEO hint: Having bought the toolkit, you get an all-in-one solution with the functionality of Cross Linking, XML Google Sitemap, HTML Sitemap, Unique Product URL, Meta Tags Templates, Google Rich Snippets, and Pager Optimization.
Amasty SEO hint: Create unique meta titles and descriptions, exclude FAQ sections from XML sitemap, set ‘noindex’, ‘nofollow’ tags and canonical URLs in a separate SEO settings tab.
Amasty SEO hint: Use the Show Configurable Products as a List of Simple Products Offers feature to make Google display simple products of a configurable as offers in search results.
An XML sitemap is a navigator for search engine crawlers and bots. Set it up correctly to make your website and search engine ‘speak the same language’. Make your website structure clear for Google to index the content quickly.
Amasty SEO hint: Configure the Cron Settings for relevant indexing and sitemap generation. Learn from our blog how to configure Magento Cron job properly.
To get a story of your business aired, apply our Meta Tags Templates. Raise traffic and bring new clients by making your Magento 2 store visible in search engines. To save time on the job, choose to generate the templates manually.
Amasty SEO hint: Add meta tags, titles, and other parameters to absolutely any page of your website. For example, you can specify these SEO settings for Contact Us, Partnership pages and others. To do it correctly, navigate to the user guide.
Amasty SEO hint: Add a block with a 3D tag to the main blog page and post pages to make them more noticeable. To make it work on the first try, go to our user guide.
Amasty SEO hint: Create Google shopping feed in a few clicks with our Feed Wizard guide.
And that’s about it. Whether to use the modules or not, the choice is yours. The most reliable way to see changes in your Magento 2 SEO showings is to try a new approach.
Choose your method and give a desired extension a try.
To find more SEO extensions for your Magento 2, visit our SEO category.