Multilingual SEO Plugin

If you are using an SEO tool like Yoast, All in One SEO or Rank Math, you already know the essentials of SEO best practice. You understand the importance of aligning your web content with metadata such as the SEO Title and Meta-description. We know how challenging this can be when you are only optimising for one language but trying to design and implement an international SEO strategy can seem like an impossible task. Our SEO Plugin is designed to make this key task easier.

Introducing the PureFluent Multilingual SEO Plugin

Our Multilingual SEO Plugin makes localisation of your SEO metadata easy.

It works alongside your other plugins such as Yoast, allowing for the automatic extraction of your Focus Keyphrase, SEO Title, Meta-description and image Alt Text.

Our translation teams are then able to translate your SEO metadata, complying with character restrictions where appropriate and retaining a focus on your focus keyphrase.

Multi-lingual SEO
Multi-lingual SEO

Translating web content and metadata together

It’s hard for your translation team to maintain focus on your keyphrase when you run separate projects for web content and metadata.

Our plugins and connectors for WordPress, TYPO3, Umbraco and other CMSs work alongside our Multilingual SEO Plugin, allowing translation teams to translate web content and metadata within a single project.

This makes it easier to maintain focus on the keyphrase whilst keeping the translated copy natural and engaging.

Getting you the visitors you want

Our SEO plugin is a component within our integrated Multilingual SEO solution, helping you to turn high quality translated content into the right sort of website traffic.

Used in conjunction with our Multilingual Keyword Research and Keyword Management tool, the SEO plugin helps you reach your audience and maximise the impact of your translation budget.

Multi-lingual SEO


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