Adding Meta keywords to each Individual Blog Post in Blogger for Improved Presence on Google with improved SEO in 3 simple ways
|Adding Meta Keywords to each Blog Post for SEO|
Instructions to Follow:
Actually adding meta keywords to individual blog posts is quite easy via the blogger template by using the selective targeting of meta tags for each written post by following the below code:
Adding Meta Keywords using Blogger Template:
<b:if cond=’data:blog.url == “Your Blog post URL”‘> <meta name=’keywords’ content=’Your Keywords For that particular blog post URL’ /> </b:if>
Tags or categories is one of the most crucial parts in keeping a blog or website organized and in fact should be used carefully to avoid redundant pages being served under different category or tag pages. Well the trick here is to target your tags and narrow them down to include the most used keywords under that section. You can use textalyser.net to get an idea of your most used keywords and narrow them down accordingly using the tags section. Finally add these narrowed down categories as your meta keywords which work for both Homepage, category pages and individual blog posts as well.
Adding Meta Keywords using Tags Ratio
<meta name=’keywords’ content=’Your Category and Tag Pages as Keywords’ />In the above code replace keywords in second line (marked in green) with you most used tags each separated by a comma. Do not use more then 4 or 5 most used tags.While in the 5th line marked in red replace it with the code we prepared in first code of this method. The code serves as keywords for both homepage and individual blog posts including your title and blog name as keywords with the help of data tags thereby serving SEO optimized tags in your title tag as keywords to your content.
<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "item"'> <meta expr:content='data:blog.pageName + ",keyword1,keyword2,keyword3,keyword4 ," + data:blog.title ' name='keywords'/> <b:else/> <meta content='Your most used tags and categories)'/> </b:if>
Adding Meta Tags using Google's recommended Meta Tag (Pushstate SEO)
<meta name="fragment" content="!">
<meta name="keywords" content="Add whatever you want or add some dummy keywords">