It is very usefull to use SEO modules in web development. So if you want your Drupal-site to fit all SEO demands there are hundreds of out-of-box modules on drupal.org. Previously we have described the most important SEO modules. This time we will provide you with the list of modules one can hardly call ‘must have’. However your website will gain additional benefits if using them in a right way.
So let’s review these modules.
Page Title is a good module for free-running generation of very important ‘Title’ meta-tag. We talked to Jay Soriano, he runs a SEO Company out in Las Vegas called SorianoMedia, and he mentioned that one of the biggest mistakes webmasters make is with the page title, and it's not just because they're targeting the wrong keywords, but because a lot of webmasters have duplicate content, and duplicate page titles. With the help of pattern settings it is possible to create unique and relevant titles for each website page. In order to avoid the duplication of page titles and pagination and as a result to increase the number of pages which will be indexed, we insert «[current-page:page-title]» in field Default, and «page № [current-page:page-number]» in Page Suffix page.
So in Views with pagination we will avoid the duplication.
Media Sitemap — this module generates image_sitemap.xml. This sitemap will help your images to be in top of the search by relevant requests. You can also use Google Image Sitemap but it generates several maps with pics depending on content type - which is not good for large projects.
Site verification is a useful module for your website registration in search engines. This registration will provide your and search engine cooperation: tune in targeting of search, remove mistakes, etc.
Word Link is a useful module for the internal linking. You define content types and appropriate words and the module automatically puts links into the needed words.