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Hi, My name is Floyd. My friends call me Flizzy (That's why its my username) I actually came across WA by accident. I was about

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I have a few posts on my site that I wrote with no regards to keywords, I now want to fix that (If needed) Any advice on how to check if I need to add or change keywords for be

Hello, what you'll simply do is that you'll check keywords for the title in each of the old posts. Replace the old titles with the new keywords. Thanks for asking!

Israel Olatunji

OK so doing that has created a new question...I have a post titled "How to turn bad luck into good luck" in doing a search in jaxxy I noticed very little competition but whe I searched the same term in google, I noticed titles ranking waaayyy above me that don't even match the keywords mentioned above (this is I'm guessing is one of the main reasons I don't get how keywords work)

Is the same thing Floyd ...

Try to identify a few good keywords that are relevant to your existing content and re-build your content incorporating them into each post

OK Cool, but I was wondering if it was possible that I could have entered good keywords just during the writing of the post. Not sure if that makes sense but I don't want to accidentally take out good keywords or spend too much time finding keywords I don't really need. (Still having a hard time understanding how keywords work exactly)

Yes, most likely your content already contains some good keywords ... Just find the most relevant, most important terms in each post and use Jaaxy to evaluate them properly

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How do I check keywords in old posts?

How do I check keywords in old posts?

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Keyword, Niche and Market Research

I have a few posts on my site that I wrote with no regards to keywords, I now want to fix that (If needed) Any advice on how to check if I need to add or change keywords for be

Hello, what you'll simply do is that you'll check keywords for the title in each of the old posts. Replace the old titles with the new keywords. Thanks for asking!

Israel Olatunji

OK so doing that has created a new question...I have a post titled "How to turn bad luck into good luck" in doing a search in jaxxy I noticed very little competition but whe I searched the same term in google, I noticed titles ranking waaayyy above me that don't even match the keywords mentioned above (this is I'm guessing is one of the main reasons I don't get how keywords work)

Is the same thing Floyd ...

Try to identify a few good keywords that are relevant to your existing content and re-build your content incorporating them into each post

OK Cool, but I was wondering if it was possible that I could have entered good keywords just during the writing of the post. Not sure if that makes sense but I don't want to accidentally take out good keywords or spend too much time finding keywords I don't really need. (Still having a hard time understanding how keywords work exactly)

Yes, most likely your content already contains some good keywords ... Just find the most relevant, most important terms in each post and use Jaaxy to evaluate them properly

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I switched my home page from a static page to a Blogroll of most recent posts but the images won't show. How do I fix this?

You should check to see if you have set featured images.
Just click on a blog post like you were going to edit it in Wordpress
Scroll down and near the bottom right side there should be a set featured image.
This shows the image on the website

Can I use an image that's already in the post?

Yes you can.

I think you may need to add a feature image. In the Wordpress back office, when I'm in a post, at the bottom on the right side, I can add a feature image. That's the one that's on the homepage and at the top of each post.

I knew it was something simple!! Thank you so much!

You're welcome :-)

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How do I fix missing blogroll images?

How do I fix missing blogroll images?

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Everything Wordpress

I switched my home page from a static page to a Blogroll of most recent posts but the images won't show. How do I fix this?

You should check to see if you have set featured images.
Just click on a blog post like you were going to edit it in Wordpress
Scroll down and near the bottom right side there should be a set featured image.
This shows the image on the website

Can I use an image that's already in the post?

Yes you can.

I think you may need to add a feature image. In the Wordpress back office, when I'm in a post, at the bottom on the right side, I can add a feature image. That's the one that's on the homepage and at the top of each post.

I knew it was something simple!! Thank you so much!

You're welcome :-)

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