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Search result on my site name does not return what's specified in SEO setup
May 2, 2013
11:33 am
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Morten Ross
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Hi,

All posts and ranking work OK, but when I search “Morten Ross” (https://www.google.com/search?q=morten+ross&oq=morten+ross&aqs=chrome.0.59j60l3j0l2.2866j0&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8) which is my site name, the excerpt is not from SEO setup, but from the sidebar content from the plugin displaying the most visited posts.

I use Woothemes’ Aperture with SEO “Use 3rd Party Plugin Data” checked.

I’ve searched for a long time to find similar scenarios, but came up empty.

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Morten Ross
http://ross.no

Regards

Morten Ross
http://ross.no

May 7, 2013
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May 7, 2013
8:06 pm
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Morten Ross
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Hi Peter,

After further testing I see this plugin conflicts with WordPress’ General settings Site title and Tagline fields. When I deactivate AiOSEO I get the value of Tagline in addition to Site title.

In my case I only get site name displayed when AiOSEO is active, and when I disable the plugin I get site name + tagline.

I suspect AiOSEO has other issues that is affecting SEO in Google, etc, but let’s first find out why I have to deactivate AiOSEO in order to have tagline displayed in browser tab.

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Morten Ross
http://ross.no

May 8, 2013
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May 8, 2013
11:23 am
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Morten Ross
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OK – let me clarify:

Blog title=”Morten Ross”

Home Description=”Stories from nature”

Only “Morten Ross” is displayed in browser tab.

When I disable AiOSEO, “Morten Ross | Stores in nature” is displayed in browser tab.

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http://ross.no

May 8, 2013
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May 8, 2013
12:54 pm
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Morten Ross
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This is located in
Settings\General\Site Title => Morten Ross
Settings\General\Tagline => Stories from nature

It’s the same whether or not I have entered identical info in AiOSEO\General\Home Title & Home Description fields

It seems the upcoming release is dealing with my issue here…?

Do you have an ETA for the new release?

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May 8, 2013
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May 8, 2013
4:58 pm
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Morten Ross
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To clarify:

Home Title is located in section Home Page Settings in AiOSEO, so I’m not sure what you mean it will override.

Do you mean to say that whatever is set here:
AiOSEO\General Settings\Home Page Settings\Home Title
AiOSEO\General Settings\Home Page Settings\Home Description

overrides what is set here?:

WordPress\Settings\General\Site Title
WordPress\Settings\General\Tagline

Example 1:
If this is blank:
WordPress\Settings\General\Site Title
WordPress\Settings\General\Tagline

and this is is not, this will override and be displayed:
AiOSEO\General Settings\Home Page Settings\Home Title=”Morten Ross”
AiOSEO\General Settings\Home Page Settings\Home Description=”Stories from nature”

Example 2:
If this is not blank:
WordPress\Settings\General\Site Title=”Morten Ross”
WordPress\Settings\General\Tagline=”Stories from nature”

and this is is not, this will override and be displayed:
AiOSEO\General Settings\Home Page Settings\Home Title=”TestTitle””
AiOSEO\General Settings\Home Page Settings\Home Description=”TestStories”

As this is not working (only Title is allways displayed), are you in fact addressing this scenario in the upcoming release?

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Morten Ross
http://ross.no

May 8, 2013
5:08 pm
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May 8, 2013
5:41 pm
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Hi Steve,

Thanks for your confirmation. My problem is that this does not work, as only the Title is allways being published. Whatever I put into AiOSEO\General Settings\Home Page Settings\Home Description, it’s never displayed.

The only way for me to have the WordPress\Settings\General\Tagline displayed is to deactive AiOSEO, as nothing entered in AiOSEO\General Settings\Home Page Settings\Home Description is ever displayed. Only the title.

Is this bug being addressed in the upcoming release, or is this a new bug?

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Morten Ross
http://ross.no

May 8, 2013
5:45 pm
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May 8, 2013
6:18 pm
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Morten Ross
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Yes, that’s correct, but when you see in the browser tab (IE/Chrome..) it’s only displaying “Morten Ross”, not “Morten Ross | Stories from nature”.

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Morten Ross
http://ross.no

May 8, 2013
6:21 pm
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May 8, 2013
6:37 pm
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Morten Ross
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Hmm – that’s really not possible to see from the GUI – there is no explanation that of the two fields in in WP:
WordPress\Settings\General\Site Title
WordPress\Settings\General\Tagline

The latter is allways suppressed by AIOSEO! The contents of the two abovementioned fields allways display in browser tab when AiOSEO is deactivated.

This is the first plugin I’ve come across so far that suppresses the content of WP’s Tagline…..

What is the reason for this?

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Morten Ross
http://ross.no

May 8, 2013
6:39 pm
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May 8, 2013
6:54 pm
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Morten Ross
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By default Wordpress does it from these fields:
WordPress\Settings\General\Site Title
WordPress\Settings\General\Tagline

and Woothemes has done it in their now discontinued SEO support, where they clearly stated in the Theme\SEO\Page Title-section that:

“Blog Title” – NOTE: This is the same setting as per the SETTINGS > GENERAL tab in the WordPress backend.
“Blog Description” – NOTE: This is the same setting as per the SETTINGS > GENERAL tab in the WordPress backend.

So coming from Woo-framework it’s quite confusing entering AiOSEO in this scenario, as Tagline value is overriden with nil by AiOSEO but I’m glad it’s been clarified, so I’m able to get the content of my home page title back to what it was.

Regards

Morten Ross
http://ross.no

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