Yes, that's Buddy in the lower right hand corner...
I wrote a post about a month or so ago about the elusive Keyword Box that is mentioned in one of the main Courses here at WA. I made this quick tutorial to show you how to enable the Keyword Box.
The Keyword Box is in your WordPress Dashboard.
Hover over All In One SEO.
Click on General Settings.
Scroll down to Home Page Settings. This is where the Keyword Box should be.
Scroll all the way down to the bottom. There you will see Keyword Settings.
Just a tad bit further, click Update Options button.
After this is done, the page should automatically be back at the top. Scroll down to Home Page Settings. Is it there? Third one down? It is? Yes!
Note: This is my first video of any kind. I was NERVOUS!
UPDATE: It was brought to my attention that a few of you may not know what a Keyword Box is used for or may have forgotten. So, to the best of my ability, here is an explanation:
The Keyword Box is used for putting keywords that describe your website. Notice how it says 'Home Keywords'? Yup, that is what it is there for: Keyword description of your site. And, to help with your rankings on Google or other search engines. This is where it gets sticky:
Some people believe filling out this box doesn't affect your Google rankings. Others do. Me? I agree with a different site that says 'there is no harm adding a few keywords to each post'. And, yes, you can add them to each post and/or page if you want too. I do.