SEO Enforcer] requires that you use Yoast. And to me, it should sort of be part of Yoast, but it’s not. It’s a real tiny kind of footprint plugin that works with WordPress SEO by Yoast. It truncates your title if it’s too long — same thing with your meta description tags… If it’s too long, it will trim it to that specific point of I think it’s 155 characters. And you can actually set that length limit, so you can go 150, 160 — whatever you want. Now here’s where I used it, which is I have a client site that they decided rather than go through CSS or things like that within their page, that they would just go ahead and put H1s on everything, as far as the headings of every single paragraph and all that.
They just went, “Yeah, that’s a big enough font. We’ll just use that,” without knowing the implications of having multiple H1 tags on your content. It’s a no-no, as far as SEO. You want to make everything else in H2. And typically your title is in H1, so that would mean you really can’t use H1s in the rest of your post. What this does is it automatically finds multiple H1s within your post and automatically changes them to H2, without you having to do anything.
If you use anything like SEM Rush or Moz or Raven Tools or any of those cool things for SEO, that’s one of the biggest errors that it typically finds within an SEO crawl is multiple H1 tags. That and no alt tags on your images. This one doesn’t do that one for you but it definitely takes care of that H2. And if you’ve got a lot of different pages on your site, this is definitely one to help save a ton of time having to go back. So I rated this one an 8 out of 10.