Whether youre a SEO marketer or a developer who works majorly with Drupal, running a content management technology that enhances search engine optimization should never be underestimated.

It should in fact be a properly planned part of your efforts to get your business on the search engine results page (SERP).

With an easily customizable core and architecture and a variety of useful modules, Drupal prices itself as one of the top SEO friendly Content management systems in the market.

These modules are engineered to help boost your website in search engines, if you know exactly what you are doing.

Heres a list of some of the best SEO modules for Drupal that you should be concerned with, if Drupal is your Content management services of choice.

As one of the most downloaded modules of Drupal, Pathauto helps to automatically generate path/URL aliases for content (nodes, taxonomy, terms, users) based on patterns that you configure.

For example a blog entry is configured as blog-entry/[node:title].

If a blog post is published with the title “Best SEO Modules For Drupal, Pathauto simply generates a SEO friendly URL like this: blog/Best-drupal-seo-modules instead of node/41.

Page Title allows you take control of the node which renders Drupals default title, and assists you in creating whatever title name you want.

By setting patterns for the title, you can create unique and relevant title for the content by setting pattern titles.

If your preference is to automate the page title to be generated, you can also set different patterns that it can respond to.


Imagine a module that scours your website and gives an analysis on where you are SEO-wise and recommends required actions to help improve its search engine rankings.

The Content optimizer does all the above with statistics to help you rank higher in your SEO efforts.

This particular module creates a breadcrumb menu line on the top of your website to help the user know where he is while navigating the site.

The breadcrumb also has an anchor text that gives an internal link to the relevant URL.

An XML Sitemap is a directory of your website that makes it easy for Googles search bot to crawl and index the website.

It automatically generates an up-to-date sitemap that conforms to the specifications of sitemaps.org.

The site verification module simplifies the site verifying process easier and ensures that search engines are properly crawling and indexing your site.

The Site verification module supports a number of search engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc. and enables verifying by uploading a html file or adding meta tags.

To make sure you have a clean and easy-to-read html code for the search engines to read, the HTML purifier is the module to use.

Its Html filter will check your website code to ascertain whether it conforms to the standard html rule helping to remove malicious code when it spots it.

Although the Google Analytics can be manually installed into your site, the Google analytics module simplifies the process.

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This tool by Google is without a doubt one of the best free analytic software you should integrate into your website because it offers a variety of interesting features that include tracking/excluding certain users, establishing roles & pages and modifying what kinds of links are tracked.

Mollon module helps detect and prevent spam-based threat on posted content and also the reputation and activity history of your users.

It functions by blocking the threat or poster immediately or forcing them to enter the Captcha menu.

Since Drupal sadly does not support scheduling content to be published later, the Schedule module should be an important install on your Drupal website.

It allows posts to be published on a given date and unpublished later at your configuration, giving you unrestricted access to manage multiple content.

You can set a duration for the life cycle of the blog posts, or strategically select when your site gets the most visitors for the content to be posted.

If you know a thing or two about SEO for Drupal then you will know that these modules come in handy to help optimize your site for better reach and ranking.

This not only helps your SEO efforts but makes your content management approach easier to supervise.

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