SEO Tagger

Automatically add a ton of SEO related META tags to each page of your website

SEO Tagger Man!

The daddy of all SEO plugins for Joomla 2.5 and Joomla 3.0 has arrived. This plugin will automatically add a ton of different tags plus pre-defined tags set by you. Here's what it does:

  • OpenGraph Article - These tags will tell Facebook and search engines what your page is about. It also makes links shared on Facebook alot nicer. This all generates from content set within articles.
  • OpenGraph Other - Allows you to set information on your company and where it is based. Takes full advantage of the OpenGraph platform easily.
  • Twitter Cards - Add Twitter Card Meta Data on the fly with this section that allows your articles, when shared to display your Twitter username.
  • Google+ Publishing - Displays the code that's compatible with the Google+ platform including the publisher code to link your website to Google+
  • Google Anayltics and Webmaster - To allow tracking this plugin will also publish your Google Analytics code plus webmaster tools publishing information for Google, Bing and Yandex.
Plus : Alexa Verification | Skype Click to Call | Robots | Google+ Recommendations | Google+ Verfication | Last Modified Schema | Published Schema Purchase

Why this Joomla Extension?

Google Support

Google Logo
Supports Webmaster Tools verification, Analytics tracking, Google+ sharing options and more.

OpenGraph Support

Open Graph Supports the Facebook sharing functions including that for local businesses, contact information, articles and websites!

Twitter Support

Twitter Meta Tags Sharing on Twitter has never been easier as this will read all the content from your pages and then make sharing more intuitive and productive for your website.

Purchase SEO Tagger

Purchase Individually

$20 USD
  • Support for this item
  • Future item updates for free!
  • Documentation for the item
Created Date 22 December 2013
Joomla version Joomla 2.5Joomla 3.0
License GPLv2 or later
Current Version 1.0
Last Updated Date 1 January 2014