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[Resolved] [Plugin: WordPress SEO by Yoast] Where is the keywords meta tag???

  • I’ve recently switched to the Yoast WordPress SEO plugin from the All In One SEO Pack. Firstly, I love the search results preview and analysis parts in the post edit screen.

    However, since installing, I no longer have the keywords meta tag in my HTML code. I’d like to be able to specify keywords and short phrases related to my post, but now I have no keywords anywhere!

    Am I missing something??

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-seo/

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  • Please ignore the above. I found my answer here: http://yoast.com/meta-keywords/

    Ideas about meta keywords:

    1. It seems the current tags or categories can be added from the Titles page. This is worth mentioning next to the checkbox option on the Dashboard page. It may be too much work adding custom taxonomies, but for those who get users from the search engines that are not among the big three (Google, Yahoo and Bing) that don’t use these, it can mean a difference in the traffic. In the majority of the world the big three aren’t market leaders in search engine traffic.

    2. The keywords form on Edit Post page is too long for smaller displays, hampering the mobile admin experience. Maybe try max-width:100%; or !important to keep it from overflowing its box?

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