SEO Ultimate Adds Deeplink Juggernaut Upgrades

Deeplink Juggernaut is the autolinking module of SEO Ultimate, the free WordPress SEO plugin from SEO Design Solutions. In the last six weeks, Deeplink Juggernaut has been upgraded with extensive new functionality, officially pushing it out of beta.

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Deeplink Juggernaut now sports a redesigned interface with additional options for your autolinks. Users can now specify custom title attributes for autolinks, and can nofollow links or set them to open in new windows with the click of a checkbox.

The “Import” and “Export” tabs of SEO Ultimate’s “Plugin Settings” section have been upgraded with controls for importing/exporting Deeplink Juggernaut links as CSV files. With this unique feature, users can construct internal linking campaigns in Excel or their favorite spreadsheet program, save the spreadsheet as a CSV, and upload it to SEO Ultimate for instant link campaign execution.

As far as we know, this feature is yet another function that is only found in SEO Ultimate, making SEO Ultimate the ideal plugin for bloggers serious about harnessing the internal linking power of their own sites.

Also, when users are adding or editing autolinks in Deeplink Juggernaut, they can use the new “Destination Type” dropdown and select from options such as “URL,” “Post,” “Page,” and any custom post types their sites may have.

If the “URL” option is selected, users can enter an arbitrary relative/absolute URL, just like in previous versions of Deeplink Juggernaut.

If the user selects “Post,” “Page,” or a custom post type, a dropdown will appear that lets the user select a post/page by title. This new feature has two main advantages.

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First, this will streamline the autolinking process because users no longer have to hunt down and copy/paste the URLs of posts/pages. Second, and more importantly, Deeplink Juggernaut will automatically change the autolinks’ href attributes if the post/page URLs change. This will help reduce the likelihood of broken links, 404 errors, and lost link juice resulting from post/page relocation.

Install SEO Ultimate today to take advantage of the Deeplink Juggernaut as well as the Rich Snippet Creator, 404 Monitor, Title Tag Rewriter, Meta Editor, and all the other modules of this powerful SEO plugin. Just use the automated installer on the SEO Ultimate homepage or download the zip file directly from WordPress.

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35 Comments

  1. Nick
    Posted August 2, 2010 at 1:51 pm | Permalink

    This is seriously the best feature of SEO Ultimate, saves so much time. I just installed it on my site and love the ease of use. Superb job!

  2. Jeffrey Smith
    Posted August 2, 2010 at 2:15 pm | Permalink

    Thanks Nick:

    I was salivating waiting for this feature to come out of beta. This by far is one of my favorites as well.

    You can use it for internal links and / or affiliate marketing using your affiliate URL’s with the nofollow option selected.

    By far a triumph of on page SEO wizardry allowing you to tweak the most important parts of the optimization process in a few clicks (canonicalization, title rewrite capabilities for tags, pages, categories and posts, social media, the ability to insert code in the header, footer, export or import settings, etc.) and more.

    If we add any more features, we may have to take it off the market as FREE and make it a premium…

    Glad to hear you are enjoying SEO Ultimate. Stay tuned for the next SEO module.

    All the best…

  3. Kris Blair
    Posted August 2, 2010 at 4:26 pm | Permalink

    Hi Jeff
    If you take SEO Ult and make it a premium, you are gunna piss a few people off (me included):-(. Cant wait to have a play with the new features.

    Kris

  4. Jeffrey Smith
    Posted August 2, 2010 at 6:00 pm | Permalink

    @Kris:

    Just wanted to see if that last comment got anyone’s IRE up… Guess it worked, mission accomplished. :D

  5. Paul
    Posted August 2, 2010 at 10:22 pm | Permalink

    I wonder why the old settings and links didn’t transfer to the upgrade? Lost all the old settings but love the new design.
    Also can someone explain the difference in Anchor Text and Title Attribute.

    Also I still have the issue of two word.

    Weird news
    Weird
    example-
    http://www.newsweird.com/become-author

    when two words together should be single anchor and if the 2 word repeats on a page it skips the double anchor and puts Weird but not news.
    Love it though delete this please as not relevant to your post. If can offer advice [email protected] thanks

  6. Paul
    Posted August 2, 2010 at 10:40 pm | Permalink

    The single anchor cancels the double word anchor. Also the ‘open new window’ box checks automatically even when I set it not too.

  7. Jeffrey Smith
    Posted August 2, 2010 at 11:03 pm | Permalink

    Thanks Paul:

    We will have a look under the hood to see what we can work out in future updates. Thanks for tuning us in.

    Jeffrey

  8. Jeffrey Smith
    Posted August 2, 2010 at 11:18 pm | Permalink

    Paul:

    I am glad to inform you that John Lamansky (WordPress Expert) has already fixed all of the concerns you stated and uploaded SEO Ultimate Version 3.9 to WordPress for download.

    You should also be able to upgrade within your dashboard within minutes.

    Here are the stats on those and other groundbreaking improvements.

    Version 3.9 (August 2, 2010)

    Feature: Added “Instant Post Propulsion” feature to Deeplink Juggernaut (new “Incoming Autolink Anchors” postmeta field).

    Improvement: File Editor now limits .htaccess editing to super admins on multisite installations

    Improvement: Deeplink Juggernaut no longer links webpages to themselves

    Improvement: Deeplink Juggernaut’s post/page dropdowns now include drafts; now you can build links to in-progress posts that automatically enable when the post is published!

    Improvement: When a post/page is sent to the trash, autolinks pointing to it no longer disappear from the Deeplink Juggernaut interface

    Improvement: Added a workaround for Firefox so that “Destination Type” dropdowns in Deeplink Juggernaut no longer get “stuck” on the incorrect value

    Improvement: Miscellaneous aesthetic changes

    Bugfix: Removed duplicate “title” attribute from “Deeplink Juggernaut” links

    Bugfix: Fixed bug that caused “New window” option to enable itself on Deeplink Juggernaut autolinks

    Bugfix: Contextual help dropdowns are now styled correctly in WordPress 3.0+

    Bugfix: Contextual help dropdowns no longer generate 404 errors in WordPress 3.0+

    Bugfix: Fixed invalid HTML in admin interface

    Thanks again for helping us make this plugin the Ultimate SEO Accessory for any WordPress installation.

    Give a major hat tip to John Lamansky for the “amazing as usual” feature-rich additions to the most recent SEO Ultimate Version 3.9.

  9. Paul
    Posted August 3, 2010 at 3:30 am | Permalink

    I for one absolutely love and can not work without SEO Ultimate. Your plugin has allowed me to take a new 5 month old site and pass the 150,000 visitors per month mark. I always look forward to your updates and new tools. I wait with much anticipation a taxonomy solution to be added which will take SEO ultimate 1 step closer to being the only plugin needed.

  10. Professor Money
    Posted August 4, 2010 at 4:07 am | Permalink

    What do we use the “Title Attribute” for?

  11. Jeffrey Smith
    Posted August 4, 2010 at 11:47 am | Permalink

    @ Prof:

    Title attribute is used for when someone hovers over links and then the keyword appears from the “title”.

    Jeffrey

  12. Mike
    Posted August 4, 2010 at 11:49 am | Permalink

    Is there a way that the “Deep Link Juggernaut” will autolink pages/ post based on the tag(s) for that page/ post.

    Example: If page1 has a tag of SEO and page2 has the word SEO in the text. Is there a way to auto link the text, SEO, on page2, to page1?

    So instead of having to do it manually, it will do it on its own, automatically.

    Thanks

  13. Max
    Posted August 4, 2010 at 8:33 pm | Permalink

    @Jeffry – I LOVE SEO Ultimate and the Deep Link Module. I was thinking as a quick upgrade for Deep Link you could allow users to link to categories as well as the other options. I know you can do it with the URL option but it would make the plug in just one step better.

  14. John Lamansky
    Posted August 4, 2010 at 10:56 pm | Permalink

    @Paul: Would you mind elaborating on the taxonomy solution you mentioned? I’m interested in hearing your ideas. The features you’re thinking of might already be in the works, but I thought I’d ask just in case you’re thinking of something else.

    @Mike: Neat idea, except that multiple posts could have the same tag, and so the plugin wouldn’t know which post to link to. The alternative approach that SEO Ultimate will be taking in a future release is that users will have the option to automatically link all tag names to the respective tag archive pages.

    @Max: The feature you mention is in the works.

  15. Professor Money
    Posted August 5, 2010 at 4:20 am | Permalink

    @ Jeff Thanks for getting back to me…

    Tried to post yesterday but the site kept on returning error. Also I’m not getting any notifications of replies on this post via email?

    So attribute I get now but I’m unable to save the URL. When I click save it just shows blank after.

    Linking to pages or posts works fine… Any idea?

  16. Paul
    Posted August 5, 2010 at 4:33 am | Permalink

    @John: The idea I think you already have in the works, Which would allow clean up of categories and have the ability to hide unrelated categories while on a single category page to prevent link loss.
    Something that would allow clean up of early design mistakes and for incorrect naming of categoies without creating 404 errors and unwanted redirects. I guess basically a taxonomy guide for dummies :) like me

  17. Jeff Santoro
    Posted August 5, 2010 at 3:15 pm | Permalink

    I’m trying to use this now to link from the blog to internal pages on my site. For some reason, when I select to point at a URL it won’t take on a “save changes.” Everything looks right, but the destination box is always empty after saving. Any ideas?

  18. Melissa Cleaver
    Posted August 6, 2010 at 1:37 am | Permalink

    I’m currently using this plugin and love it! I am trying to get rid of other plugins that I have installed before because I think SEO Ultimate does the same thing.

    Can you confirm that SEO Ultimate keeps my blog from self-pinging?

    Also, does it automatically add alt and title attributes to all your images?

    Improves traffic from search results and makes them W3C/xHTML valid as well?

    Do you also know whether it does what SEO Super Comments and SEO Smart Links plugins do?

    Thanks so much for all your help! I really hope that I can eliminate some of these extra plugins now and speed up my site at the same time!

  19. John Lamansky
    Posted August 7, 2010 at 10:29 am | Permalink

    @Melissa: SEO Ultimate has many of the features of SEO Smart Links. It doesn’t yet have the other features you listed, but it will in the future.

  20. Mike
    Posted August 13, 2010 at 4:51 pm | Permalink

    When I click Deeplink Juggernaut and am transferred to ‘/wp-admin/admin.php?page=su-autolinks’ I just see a blank page. I assume this is probably a plugin conflict. Anyone else have any trouble?

  21. Trevor weir
    Posted August 15, 2010 at 9:31 am | Permalink

    I have seen a persistent bug all the way from 3.9 to the latest 4.5.x that i downloaded a few minutes ago.

    Deep Link Juggernaut is simply fabulous and truly earth shattering but the using or editing existing entries and using the url option can easily erase all data for that record with the exception of the keyword(s) phrase.

    Using post or page or media seems to work but functions dealing with the url tend to erase the actual url field content even if no change was being made to that field.

    Just to start afresh, I deleted all records but the one that I had just input. The deletion function correctly deleted all the appropriate lines/records then modified the url content field of the just previously added record.
    So, if i were to take a guess at what was happening, I would say that the code is re-initializing the URL CONTENT Field of all existing records for many if not all functions being requested.

    This would account for why seemingly unrelated functions are erasing this critical information.

    When doing batch processing like this, where the application has given the users the ability to modify x variable number of records before hitting the save button – particularly on critical functionality that a user may not have stored the data elsewhere, I would as a programmer institute a hasRecordChanged() function, so that no records are inadvertantly modified if their hasRecordChanged() flag is false.

  22. Trevor weir
    Posted August 15, 2010 at 9:36 am | Permalink

    And thanks for an awesomely fabulous addition to wordpress.

    My other comment for ease of use would be that the query that pulls up the posts on a site be ordered alphabetically.

    I had a site with over 2000 posts, and could not find the article I was looking for even by repetitively typing the first character of the title.

    I am sure that i skipped right over the post any number of times, but this would have been so much easier if the posts were sorted by their title vs the order that they were entered into the blog.

  23. John Lamansky
    Posted August 16, 2010 at 9:11 pm | Permalink

    @Trevor: This bug should have been fixed in 4.5.1. If you’re using this version or later and the problem persists, please start a support thread.

  24. John Lamansky
    Posted August 16, 2010 at 9:11 pm | Permalink

    @Trevor: I agree that alphabetized post titles are preferable. I will make this change in a future version.

  25. John Lamansky
    Posted August 16, 2010 at 9:14 pm | Permalink

    @Mike: A known issue is that some setups (e.g. setups with low execution time limits) will render a blank or partial Deeplink Juggernaut page on sites with lots of posts/pages/attachments. It sounds like this might be the problem you’re having. A fix is in the works.

  26. jukooz
    Posted September 5, 2010 at 8:42 pm | Permalink

    This plugin is really great as I see and You update is so quicly, so often. WOW
    There are few question I have to ask before I’ll start using it.
    1. Will it stay FREE forever?
    2. Will You keep updating it to be compatible with all WordPress versions?
    3. If WordPress itself add some functions to its platform (i.e. meta description or rich snippets) will You make it easy to transport the data from plugin to WordPress?
    4. Can You co-operate with StudioPress guys to add your plugin to SEO Data Transporter plugin? So that no one will have to worry about losing data in case of changing the plugin (and when deciding to give it a check for some time :).

  27. jukooz
    Posted September 5, 2010 at 8:47 pm | Permalink

    *and if changing from plugin any other than All-in-one-SEO (one that You support)

  28. Emma
    Posted October 13, 2010 at 2:40 pm | Permalink

    I would just like to say what a wonderful job you have done on this plugin the ease of use and documentation is amazing. The only thing on my wish list is, I wish the descriptions would generate automatically this is one of the functions that still makes all in one seo a requirement.

  29. Jeffrey Smith
    Posted October 13, 2010 at 10:49 pm | Permalink

    Emma:

    With its current functionality, you can rewrite every meta title. What better way to dial in the title, tags and meta data, which should take you one afternoon to revise. I appreciate the All in One SEO Pack, but that feature is somewhat overrated in my opinion.

    Why leave it to chance, when you can use the Title Rewriter Module in SEO Ultimate with specific, mid-tail and long-tail implications?

  30. Graham Stoney
    Posted November 9, 2010 at 12:38 am | Permalink

    Deeplink Juggernaught is very cool, but it generates links from a page to itself if the page contains its own incoming autolink anchor text. I’d rather not have a page with links back to itself! It also needs a limit on the number of times it will turn each keyword into a link, to avoid appearing spammy to search engines and annoying to readers. Cheers, Graham

  31. Jorik
    Posted July 7, 2011 at 8:28 pm | Permalink

    hey – on my website the pages and posts STILL link to themselves even though I have that function turned off in the admin panel. I’m using SEO Ultimate version 6.3

    Can you help me please?

  32. Jonas
    Posted October 6, 2011 at 3:17 pm | Permalink

    Unfortunately, it doesn’t support international characters for autolinks phrases, like: ž and maybe others – ąčęėįšųūž. Is it possible to fix that?

  33. andrew
    Posted November 30, 2011 at 12:49 am | Permalink

    Is there a way to customize the anchor text links to where they don’t look like links unless maybe they are hovered over? Just trying to get a cleaner look to the posts, not so invasive to viewers. I think you can control the look of links in all of the post links by changing standard wordpress css, but I would love to change the look just for “SEO Ultimate, Deeplink Juggernaut” links. For some links in my posts, I need viewers to be able to clearly realize that it’s a link (so they know to click it). In the SEO Ultimate settings, there doesn’t seem to be a setting to hide “link color” or “underline” settings. Thank you for any suggestions.

  34. Jake
    Posted January 2, 2012 at 1:54 am | Permalink

    Is it possible that google will penalise me if I have too many internal links?

  35. Jeffrey Smith
    Posted January 2, 2012 at 1:01 pm | Permalink

    @Jake:

    Yes, it is possible, but that is why we have the link limiter function when you enable setting link caps on options, then go back to the individual links and add the max number of links for that anchor text.

    Jeffrey

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