Rank Math

The new SEO plugin 100% compatible with GeoDirectory

today we released V2.0.0.65 with several fixes and 1 exciting new feature:

Rank Math Compatibility

untill today, the only SEO plugin fully compatible with GeoDirectory was Yoast SEO plugin.

Rank Math is the new WordPress plugin for on-site SEO.

Given that it is creating a lot of buzz in the WordPress community and we rarely or ever heard anything negative about it, we worked with its developers and made it fully compatible with GeoDirectory.

Most of those who tried it fell in love with it and swear they’ll never go back.

One of the main perks is that currently, it is 100% free.

The features are outstanding and put all other SEO plugin to shame, in some cases even their premium versions.

This is what you’ll get:

  • SEO Analysis
  • Advanced SEO Optimization
  • 5 Keyword Optimization
  • Rich Snippets
  • XML Sitemaps
  • Breadcrumb Navigation
  • 404 Monitor
  • Redirection Manager
  • Google Search Console Integration
  • External/Internal Link Counter
  • OpenGraph Mark-Up
  • Local SEO
  • Role Manager
  • Advanced WooCommerce SEO
  • and much more…

Have you tried Rank Math already?

Do you intend to install it on your GeoDirectory powered website?

We would be thrilled to hear your experience with it and know what their PROS and CONS are in your opinion.

Another news is about the GeoDirectory Google Analitycs add-on.

We repurpose it and changed its name to:

Google Analytics Block plugin

Google Analytics Block plugin

Google Analytics Block plugin

It is now a standalone plugin and no longer a GeoDirectory dedicated plugin.

This means it can be used on any WordPress website and of course, it remains 100% free.

Probably we’ll release it through the WordPress.org plugin repository next.

The plugin now allows you to add the Google Analytics block on any page or blog post.

You can show the statistics for any page to all visitors, or restrict who can see the widget.

For example, if you have guest posts, you could show it to the author of the post only.

We hope you enjoy this new release! Let us know your feedback in the comment down below!

Published by Paolo

Paolo Tajani is the co-founder and growth hacker of AyeCode LTD. With his business partner Stiofan, they are the makers of the GeoDirectory, UsersWP and Invoicing plugins for WordPress. Paolo developed his first WordPress website in 2008. In 2011 he met Stiofan O'Connor and together they started building and marketing successful themes and plugins for WordPress. Today their products are used by +100.000 active websites.

13 thoughts on “Rank Math

  1. Does GeoDirectory work with WPRocket?

    1. Yes it does, we are a big fan of it.

  2. Time to move over Yoast! Hi Paolo,
    What a brilliant post. I Have been a web developer for over a decade now building bespoke sites on mainly WordPress for a number of clients across the globe.
    Recently though (nearly 2 weeks) I started a new blog and rebranded my web design/development to it as well when I came across this plugin via Matthew Woodward and his so blog.
    I was thinking about upgrading the Yoast plugin when I started the blog as have used this for a number of years but as with everything in the field things change.
    Really highly impressed with the plugin, not only the UX friendliness and design but also the features which blows Yoast out the water. This so should be a paid and premium plugin.
    Will we eventually have to pay for it and are you considering making it a paid version soon? May be worth also offering it as an affiliate product in the future.
    Will write a review of the plugin after testing it over the next few weeks.
    Cheers for indulging me.

    1. Hi Phillip, we are not the developers of Rank Math, we just made our plugin GeoDirectory compatible with it.


  3. I will be testing this on my site rebuild. My only concern is how they can offer this for free.

    1. my impression is that they are trying to get as many free users as possible and then start selling add-ons for more sophisticated features. Just like the guys behind Elementor did…

      1. I also believe they are going to be releasing a premium version.
        I will give this a test. I hate doing SEO so anything that makes the process less painful is a blessing!

  4. I was looking into Rank Math but lots of the reviews I’ve looked at claim that it contains spyware? Do you know whether that’s true?

    Another thing that put me off was the reviews of it, they just scream fake.

    1. Hi Matthew,

      some reviews could have been left by shills or even bots. Some were definitely asked for, after solving some issues through the Facebook group. We ask for nice reviews too, when we manage to make someone happy through support.

      However, the fact that a company uses an overly aggressive marketing strategy, doesn’t make their product a scam.

      There is definitely no spyware in it, nor obfuscated code. The WordPress plugin team and moderators would have caught it before approving the plugin.

      I believe you are referring to this thread, that has been deleted: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/embeds-spyware-without-warning/

      I can’t find traces of data collection either, I’m not sure what people are referring too in the Reddit threads. I wish someone would point out the files where they see the malicious code, rather than just throwing accusations. They are not better than fake reviewers.


      1. “some reviews could have been left by shills or even bots.”

        That seems to be an understatement. I’ve just been looking at some of the reviews and the 10 I’ve looked at are all bots and they all follow the same pattern.

        Account created on wordpress in January. Left another review for another plugin just over 2 months ago, and then left a review for Rank Math.

        Doesn’t matter how good the product is that fact that they seem to feel the need to leave fake reviews rather than let the product speak for its self makes it a big no no for me..

        1. Good for you. Instead, I base my decisions solely on how good a plugin is for what I need, I can’t care less if they are giving themselves fake reviews or not. Why would you? Especially for a free plugin.

  5. This is exciting news as I’ve been looking for a better solution to replace the Yoast plugin. Was considering their upgraded version, but didn’t notice too many benefits that I could not implement myself.

    I’m currently testing out RankMath on one of my websites and the setup process alone seems quite robust. Once I get a better feel for it, I would like to transfer my existing websites which utilize the Yoast SEO plugin over to RankMath. My only concern is whether the current Page Titles and Meta Descriptions I have set up in Yoast would transfer over properly. Have you tested out the transfer feature yet?

    1. Not yet Corey, we’d love to hear how it goes for you…

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