SEO King (Seo Images)

SEO King (Seo Images)

by Engage Apps

Best bulk editor for products, photos, pages, keywords & stats

4.5 of 5 stars

The overall rating is calculated to reflect the app's most recent performance instead of an average off all reviews.
  • 5 of 5 stars
    80% of ratings are 5 stars
  • 4 of 5 stars
    11% of ratings are 4 stars
  • 3 of 5 stars
    4% of ratings are 3 stars
  • 2 of 5 stars
    1% of ratings are 2 stars
    (5)
  • 1 of 5 stars
    4% of ratings are 1 stars

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FYT USA

SEO Images all in one seo app is the best app in the app store. This app makes everything a lot easier. Thank you for the amazing App.

Basarti.Store

Have been using this app for a while now. Well worth the monthly fee to use. Fantastic results and Jason in customer support is incredible!

Studio MOTIF Co.

This app is amazing if you have a photo heavy site. It has helped me save so much time. I highly recommend.

MeltedDiamond

Pretty good, lots of useful features. I'm just now launching my store so I'm not sure how effective it will be yet, but seems like it will be helpful

Oru Ink Pen

I really loved this app. Does the job right well. Will recommend it to others for sure, It had saved me a hell lot of time.

Brinquedos Baratos

Great app, works well, very simple to use and with free plan. One of the best apps in Shopify App Store!

Urban Gift Box

Love love love! Saves slot of time! I have the free version and it optimizes images and image alt tags and other SEO.

Mountain City Candle Co

This is my go-to app for renaming, resizing, and creating alt tags for images. This app is very helpful. Thanks!

A Little Of Dis And Dat

App is easy to install and work. really helpful for sizing pics and much more. will give 5 stars..and a thumbs up

blakshop

Rude service. The app works well the way they store metafields is crazy. The app is polluting the metafields namespaces, and if you use them extensively as we do then it is a problem.
The app creates many namespaces with a code a name and store inside a json.
metafields.seoimager.12356495 where I suppose the code is a identifier for the product or something similar. They could simply store the code inside the same json or use a new namespace for that, and have only one or max 2 metafields instead of hundreds

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