Fully-integrated SEO solution - ie: Yoast SEO (WordPress plug-in) for Webflow

- Add SEO tools to the CMS (ie: SEO settings, Open Graph settings, etc.)

- Readability analysis of page, CMS article

- Focus keyword(s)/related keywords for SEO rating of page/CMS element

- SEO analysis of page/CMS article for titles, content length, internal/external links, etc.

- Grammarly (like) checking tool or integration

- Open Graph settings for different social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)

  • Barrett Telfer
  • Jan 10 2019
  • Already exists
  • Admin
    Webflow Team commented
    18 Jan 22:55

    You can already add SEO data (meta tags and open graph) without a plugin in Webflow:



    Hope this helps :)

    Nelson, Customer Success Specialist

  • Barrett Telfer commented
    22 Jan 16:55

    Hi Webflow Team,

    Yes, I know Webflow has basic SEO capabilities – my suggestion asks for more depth to the tools currently available. The feature set I describe goes beyond the basic tools currently available.

    * If you’ve ever used “Yoast SEO” which is a WordPress plug-in, you’ll know what additional page readability and keyword analysis is available.
    * Webflow doesn’t allow for different images to be used for different social media sharing images – ie: having the images (dimensions) different across the platforms Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. Also, the Open Graph ability isn’t integrated into the CMS tool – allowing a user the ability to set Open Graph information per CMS item (similar to a page), but instead only allows Open Graph information on the CMS Collection Page Templates.
    * Grammarly is a separate tool, but it would be nice to have a Grammarly plug-in for Webflow.


    Creative Director, Modern Earth

    Neovation Corporation

  • Benny commented
    20 Mar 11:08

    Hi Nelson form Webflow,

    do you have any news regarding the request from Barrett?

    For my future project this is also essential.

    Thanks a lot


  • Andres Luna commented
    18 Apr 16:22

    Hello Webflow team,


    I second Barrett and Benny. SEO is extremely important and it's highly desirable to have access to advanced SEO controls. Otherwise, Wordpress+Yoast seems to be the way to go when SEO fine-tuning is looked for.