SEO Content Randomizer Documentation
* This plugin also works with WooCommerce. In the documentation we describe how to randomize pages. However, you can use the same steps to randomize product descriptions.
- Buy the plugin on intellasoftplugins.com.
- You will receive an email with the download link.
- Click the download link to download the plugin.
- Login to your WordPress site’s admin dashboard.
- In the admin dashboard, go to “Plugins > Add New”.
- Click the “Upload Plugin” button at the top of the page.
- Click the “Choose File” button and select the plugin file you’ve just downloaded.
- Click the “Install Now” button.
- Once the plugin is installed successfully, click the “Activate Plugin” button.
- On the next screen you can opt-in to automatically receive updates (recommended), or skip.
- After clicking on the “Allow & Continue” button, you will receive an email with an activation link.
- Click the link and the plugin is ready to be used.
After activating the plugin, you will be redirected to the “SEO Content Randomizer Settings” screen, where you will see one settings panel for every post type.
Enabling Post Type Randomization
The first field of every panel lets you decide if you want to be able to randomize the content for a given post type.
Auto Content Replacement
When you activate a post type and then activate a page of that post type to be randomized, you will see a “Content” panel on the edit screen. Enabling “Auto Content Replacement” will automatically select a random content block from this panel and replace the page’s content with it every time the page is rendered.
Hide Default Content Editor
By default a randomized page hides the default content editor, because it uses the content blocks from the “Content” panel. However, if you had content in the default editor, that is hidden after you enabled page randomization, this field lets you see that content again. Especially if you disable the field “Auto Content Replacement”, you might want disable this field too, to use shortcodes directly in the default content editor.
Custom Content Panels
The field “Content Panels” lets you create custom content panels that allow you to create multiple content blocks, which can be injected into the content via a shortcode. The shortcode will display a randomly selected content block from that panel every time the page is rendered.
Custom Image Panels
The field “Image Panels” lets you create custom image panels that allow you to add multiple images, which can be injected into the content via a shortcode. The shortcode will display a randomly selected image from that panel every time the page is rendered.
Custom Keyword Panels
The field “Keyword Panels” lets you create custom keyword panels that allow you to add multiple singular and plural keywords, which can be injected into the content via a shortcode. The shortcode will display a randomly selected keyword from that panel every time the page is rendered.
Using the Plugin – Creating Randomizer Pages
After enabling the post types you want to be able to randomize, you can start to create randomizer pages. Let’s assume you want randomize pages of the post type “Page”. To do that you just need to make sure that the post type is enabled in the plugin’s Settings. Then you can navigate to “Pages” in the admin dashboard and either edit or create a new page.
On the edit screen you will see a panel with the title “SEO Content Randomizer” that contains a switch. If you turn the switch on and click the “Update” or “Publish” button, you will see that the edit screen’s default content editor is gone and a few new panels appeared in its place (assuming you operate on the default settings).
When you open the Content panel, you’ll see a block called “Content Block 1”. When opening that block, you can start entering the content you want to appear on your page (just like you would do in the default content panel). However, below the first content block you can now click the button “Add Another Content Block”. Clicking this button will create another content block, in which you can write an alternative version of the content you’ve put in the first. Depending on your plan, you can keep adding more content blocks with more versions of your content. Once you’re done entering content, you can view the page and the content that’s rendered on it, will be the content of one of the blocks you’ve created, selected randomly each time the page is rendered.
If “Auto Content Replacement” and “Hide Default Content Editor” is turned off in the settings, you can also display a randomly selected content block in the default content editor, by using the shortcode [iss_content].
If you want to examine a specific content block when viewing the page, you can enter its number into the “Pin Content Block” to turn randomization off temporarily. Empty the field to turn randomization back on.
Static Content Panel
In situations where you need the same content in multiple random content panels, you can create Static Content Blocks. Let’s say you enter an address and contact information into “Static Content Block 1”. You can use this content now in any random content block via the shortcode [iss_static_content block=“1”]. If you ever need to update the address or contact information, you just have to change the content in this block, without searching through all your random content blocks.
Page Meta Panel
Any text or shortcodes you enter in the text field in the “Page Meta” panel, will be set as the “Meta Description” of your page. Meta descriptions are should provide a concise summary of your page’s content should be between 50–300 characters long. Here is more information about the SEO benefits of using meta descriptions: https://moz.com/learn/seo/meta-description
Custom Content Panels
If you entered the name of a Content Panel in the “SEO Content Ranzomizer” settings under the “Page” post type, it will appear on the edit screen. A custom content panel works just like the content panel, with the only difference that you have to enter its respective shortcode into a content block to have it rendered on your page.
Custom Image Panels
If you entered the name of a Image Panel in the “SEO Content Ranzomizer” settings under the “Page” post type, it will appear on the edit screen. This panel lets you add multiple images. By using its respective shortcode in a content block, one randomly selected image from the panel will be displayed on the page, each time the page is rendered.
Custom Keyword Panels
If you entered the name of a Keyword Panel in the “SEO Content Ranzomizer” settings under the “Page” post type, it will appear on the edit screen. You can add singular and plural keywords, that can be added into a content block with their respective shortcodes. Each time the page renders, one randomly selected keyword will be displayed.
SEO Best Practices
- Check your citations.
- Make sure you have good, stable backlinking.
- Make sure your site has not been hacked.
- Do not have a spammy domain name with too many keywords in it.
- When building keyword pages, do not use spammy content or try to stuff in too many keywords. Content should read natural for people and should not be specifically designed for search engines.
- Use social media and other advertising platforms to link to your site.
- Maintain and update your website weekly.
- Do website speed tests for mobile and desktop.
- Make sure your server has enough resources.
- Get tracking phone number for your landing pages, to differentiate between calls coming from your static pages and calls coming from your landing pages.
- Use the plugin’s XML and HTML sitemap for best results.
- Submit the plugin’s XML sitemap to the Google search console.
- Your website must be secured with an SSL certificate provided by your hosting company.
- Make sure you have a strong password.
- Use internal linking provided with the (LPG) plugin.
- Server speed
- Key word density
- Reduce spam by not over using key words
- Every page should be different content relevent content
- Create custom landing page.
- Use landing pages for your PPC campaign