Support » Plugin: Yoast SEO » Keyphrase in subheading wrong

  • Resolved bsl64

    (@bsl64)


    I use Yoast SEO on all my sites. For the last few months, Yoast SEO says in the Focus Keyphrase analysis:

    “Keyphrase in subheading: Use more keyphrases or synonyms in your higher-level subheadings!”

    it says this even when I have the perfect amount of a keyphrase in the higher-level subheadings and even when I have too much of a keyphrase in the higher-level subheadings.

    This has been happening a few months ago, appeared to be fixed and now is happening again with this latest update to Yoast SEO Version 11.3.

    Please look into this and fix this as it is indeed a real issue as it happens on every site.

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  • Curious as to what theme you might be using?

    Plugin Support devnihil

    (@devnihil)

    @bsl64 If you are receiving inaccurate content analysis messages this may be due to that the content of the page was created outside of the default WordPress editor. Some page builder plugins are not able to share the content created in them with the readability analysis feature of Yoast SEO.

    Can you let us know if you are using a pagebuilder plugin such as Visual Composer, Site Origin, Beaver Builder etc to create your page’s content? The SEO and readability analysis feature scan sometimes not work correctly if you are using some kind of visual page builder, as they can cause the page’s content to not be accessible to the plugin due to it being created outside the functions of the standard WordPress page editor.

    Plugin Support amboutwe

    (@amboutwe)

    This thread has been marked as resolved due to lack of activity.

    You’re always welcome to re-open this topic. Please read this post before opening a new request.

    Thanks for understanding!

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