April 30, 2014
Hey everyone, anyone have a rebuttal to this comparison?
I am in zero way starting a debate. I LOVE AIOSEO. But I’m getting ready to role out a bunch of new sites to non-techy people and was just poking around before I loaded them all up with an SEO plugin to see what the latest vibe was.
I do know I’ve had a lot of issues on my main site with images being indexed when I don’t want them to. I like the Yoast will redirect image links to the actual post.
Anyway, would love to hear comments. Last time I used Yoast, it crashed my site. Didn’t have the stability of AIOSEO.
April 30, 2014
Thanks for responding.
Again, my hope is that AIOSEO is always the king, so let me lead with that vote.
Here’s what scares me: Articles like the one I shared seem to be easy to find. There’s a 2015 one out there too supporting Yoast, it just wasn’t as detailed.
Do the articles mean your product is inferior? No. But if the masses think the vibe is with Yoast, AIOSEO will suffer regardless of quality. It’s how Novell NetWare crumbled before Windows NT back in the late 90s. If you read comments underneath that 2014 article, you’ll see you’re losing once loyal people.
Somehow we need to have more content online that supports AIOSEO as the no argument leader. And if you don’t mind me saying this, your image on the WordPress.org plugins section needs a refresh. People are so impressed by the marketing crap…they need to see AIOSEO as current, snazzy and the plugin to use for their sites.
Don’t mean for any of that to be offensive. I just want my investment in you guys to continue!
I love your product. It has NEVER caused my sites issues, and I’ve used it on probably 20 sites so far.
June 17, 2015
I posted to try to crush the comparison back in July of last year…The rage continues…what a post/comment thread!
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