PAGE 1: The All in One Does it ALL for You

PAGE 2: Understanding the Title Meta Tag

PAGE 3: Understanding the Description Meta Tag

PAGE 4: Understanding the Keyword Meta Tag & Blog Tags

I know I have talked about this many times before but I felt that an easy to understand training tutorial with pictures would help people to see how simple and extremely easy it is to deal with Meta Tags when using the All in One SEO Pack plugin that comes pre-installed with every website built here by Site Rubix.

WHY DOES WA USE THE ALL IN ONE SEO PACK

When you build a website here at WA Kyle and Carson have chosen to pre-install the All in One SEO Pack plugin, and why is that? Because it is super simple to use and will lead websites to better ranking than other SEO plugins. Those words are Kyle’s words not mine, see below image.

But Kyle must be right because I do rank fairly high and I rarely fill in my Title and Description Meta Tags. Of course I never fill in my Keyword Meta Tag. What I will be discussing and showing you in the upcoming pages is why the All in One (AIO) is the easiest and better SEO plugin to use.

NEXT UP = Understanding the Title Meta Tag

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SantaFez Premium
Hi, what if my title is 63 or 67 characters - without my website title, how will that affect the title's appearance on the SERPS?
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SantaFez Premium
Thanks Phoeby, will check it out =)
Cheers - Orion
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boomergp08 Premium
Sometimes it will get truncated, meaning it would show 57 characters and then ... immediately following it. It depends on the letters used in your title because some letters are wider than others.
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SantaFez Premium
I see, Phoeby's link is actually very helpful - and it explains all about the changes that were made in December 2017.
Now it has to do with Pixels and not characters - I recommend you check it out =)
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes, I already know about it.
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DarrenAngus Premium
Hello, I am a bit confused, you were said that don't use keyword meta tag at all, coz it was no longer using by Google and Bing etc. But then you add 3 keywords into that, so do we need to use it or not?
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Labman Premium
There is no reason to add keywords. Meta Title and Meta Description are still used. Including your keyword in the title and description is a good idea.
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DarrenAngus Premium
Thank you, so I don't need to ado the blog post tag an leave the keyword at all right, why in the tainting video, we have to activated this keyword section?
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Labman Premium
If you look at lesson four in the second line. You will see DO NOT USE IT AT ALL. That is somewhat self-explanatory.
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DarrenAngus Premium
May I know lesson 4 in which level of training? Thank you so much!
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Labman Premium
You are commenting in the Meta Tags tutorial so that is the one referenced.
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boomergp08 Premium
As I have stated above, you do not need to use the keywords meta tag. Google and the other major search engines stopped using it more than 5 years ago.

Watch Matt Cutts of Google explain that you should not spend any time on the keywords meta tag but instead focus on the description meta tag. Click the link to his video at the bottom of the following page. The words you are seeing in some of the images above are NOT keywords I typed in. When using the All in One SEO Pack plugin, it will insert your post tags into that meta tag.
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suzy2107 Premium
Hi Robert, I want to change the Meta Title of a post as I realized I had another with the same catch phrase, but Google will not pick up that I have changed it. Is it possible to do this?
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Labman Premium
It will take a bit of time for Google to recognize the change. Just be patient.
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suzy2107 Premium
Ok, thank you. It has been about a week since I changed it so I hope Google recognizes it soon! :)
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boomergp08 Premium
It will take about a week for Google to see the change. For faster results try doing a Fetch as Google in Google Search Console of the post you have changed.
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suzy2107 Premium
I just went to my post, but as the title is wrong (as in link below) if I copy the end of the URL, ie. the post title, how will Google know to change it? The correct title is within the post itself and also at the very top of the page. Should I carry on and do the Fetch anyway?

http://skinfoodforyou.com/the-beauty-chef-glow-for-glowing-skin-from-the-inside/
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boomergp08 Premium
I would do the fetch any ways.
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suzy2107 Premium
Hi Robert, I did the Fetch as Google, but my post is still the same. I did it last night and checked tonight. My site shows 2 posts with nearly the same description and although I changed the Meta Description and then did the Fetch, nothing has changed. Can you advise what I can do to fix this? Sue
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boomergp08 Premium
Just leave it as is. Google will change it on their own time. You could try resubmitting your sitemap.
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suzy2107 Premium
Hi Robert, hope you had a great Xmas and New Year!

I ended up deleting the post and doing it again. Even in the Meta Description on Google itself, two words were duplicated that weren't duplicated in what I had typed.

Just regarding my problems with pasting Amazon links (I have now applied to other companies) my girlfriend tried copying and pasting some codes (she is in IT) and it didn't work for her either, so it looks like copying and pasting from Amazon isn't as simple as it looked in the training! :)
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boomergp08 Premium
I would have just left the post an had written a new one. Reason being is that once a post is published and indexed into Google, when you delete it you will create a 404 error.

Because now when Google crawls your website and doesn't find what it had once indexed it will register an error. This is why I never delete content that is already indexed.
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suzy2107 Premium
Oh, I didn't know that. None of what I'm learning now was in my initial training and now I'm just learning as I go, with the help of good people such as yourself and watching the Live Video Classes as they come up.
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SantaFez Premium
Wow! This clarified a lot to me thanks so much for this!

Quick question - on my WP AIO in the meta description, I do not have the first paragraph of my post appearing in gray!
I do have it on the Meta Title - but not on the Meta Description.
I see that you show your Meta description WITH a grey "copy" of your first paragraph.
Is there something I need to do to get this to appear too?
Thanks in advance.
SF
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Henniest Premium
SF, I think it is grey because he copied it. The grey will disappear as soon as you move on.
Hennie
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boomergp08 Premium
It should appear in the meta description by default. Go into your General Settings for the AIO SEO plugin and scroll down until you see Advanced Setting. The top box should be checked. See attached image.

Once you check that box, scroll the screen down and click the Update Options button. Even if the box is checked already, then I wouldn't worry about it. Google will still see it and it will still get indexed and eventually ranked.
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jenni1309 Premium
This is very helpful. Thank you!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Jenniline.
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mduhamel Premium
Hi thanks for the info. Just curious, when verifying a website through google, one of the options is placing a meta tag in the home page. would this code be placed inside the all-in-one-seo pack?

Thanks again!
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Labman Premium
No you copy the Code from Google Analytics and use the alternate Google Analytics verification .
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boomergp08 Premium
No. Craig (Labman) gave you the correct response.
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mduhamel Premium
Thanks although when I had support set it up this method did not work. They inserted a HTML code and I was looking to figure out how they did that (or using the meta tag option)
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MarnikV Premium
This cleared some things up for me. Thank you :)
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. Happy I could help.
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ZaidAlasad Premium
In the backend of Wordpress under "Posts" I see three columns for the list of posts: SEO Title, SEO Description, and SEO Keywords. Should we even bother with these if the keywords are already in the title and body of the posts themselves?
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boomergp08 Premium
No. Approximately 90 percent of my posts are all empty in regards to these three columns for the exact reason that you question.

As long as the keyword is in your post title and in the post content, that is all you need. Google does not need any more help knowing what your keyword is.
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ZaidAlasad Premium
Thank you so much for the quick reply. I have learned so much and only 8 days into it!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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FutureGuru Premium
If the title and description are supposed to be filled in automatically, why doesn't that happen for any of my pages? For my home page I filled in the title and description boxes and they appear if I search for my site with Google. The title and description boxes aren't filled with text automatically on any page.
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littlemama Premium
When they are blank and not filled in, Google just uses your actual title and the words in your first paragraph.
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boomergp08 Premium
When using the All in One SEO plugin, the plugin uses the title you typed in at the very top of your WordPress editor window above your content. Then for your description it uses the first 155-160 character spaces of your content.

Ideally the ONLY Meta Tag you should be typing in, if you do not like what the All in One SEO plugin has used, is your Meta Description Tag.

But this is not a guarantee that Google will display it in search results. Google will only display what you typed in if it is a good enough description to answer the search query. If not they will display snippets of content from elsewhere in your website.
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Readyforthis Premium
This happened to me also, here is how it got fixed, thanks to boomergp08...

"You may want to go into your All in One General Settings in the upper left side menu of your WordPress dashboard.

Then scroll down to the area that says Advanced Settings and make sure the first box is checked, as seen in the attached image.

Once checked, scroll the screen all the way down and click the blue Update Options button."

Farther Down this blog is this original message with a screen shot too.

Just scroll all the way down this page and "Ctrl F" (find/search) for a keyphrase like "Adavnced settings" and it should take you there

Hope that helps. If that is confusing let me know
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FutureGuru Premium
That doesn't answer the question. According to the training, they're supposed to be filled in automatically. Mine aren't. My question was why not.
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FutureGuru Premium
"When using the All in One SEO plugin, the plugin uses the title you typed in at the very top of your WordPress editor window above your content. Then for your description it uses the first 155-160 character spaces of your content.

Ideally the ONLY Meta Tag you should be typing in, if you do not like what the All in One SEO plugin has used, is your Meta Description Tag."

This is for every page?
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Readyforthis Premium
Your's aren't filling in automatically because you don't have a box checked in your all in one seo. The same thing happened to me...

"...go into your All in One General Settings in the upper left side menu of your WordPress dashboard.

Then scroll down to the area that says Advanced Settings and make sure the first box is checked, as seen in the attached image.

Once checked, scroll the screen all the way down and click the blue Update Options button."
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FutureGuru Premium
I found it and checked the box but if you click the "?" next to "Autogenerate Descriptions" it says "Check this and your Meta Descriptions for any Post Type will be auto-generated using the Post Excerpt, or the first 160 characters of the post content if there is no Post Excerpt."
That sentence mentions posts but not pages. Does it apply to pages too?
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes, it applies to both Posts and Pages.
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haiderkh87 Premium
Excellent training. I was missing the meta description part, will add that to all my posts/pages now. Thanks for sharing, highly appreciated :)
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. I am happy you liked my training and that I was able to help you learn about the meta tags.
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haiderkh87 Premium
I followed the steps for meta description mentioned in your training and my posts are suddenly getting ranked in top pages on Google :)

However, it is giving me different results for different Google locations. For example, if I check Google UK, my post is appearing on page 1 but the same post does not even make it to top 5 pages on Google Pakistan. Can you please explain this peculiar behaviour?
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boomergp08 Premium
Google search results are based on search locations and the types of search queries that are used in those locations. The description you create will not always appear because Google determines if it is a good enough description based on what a person types into the search query.
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haiderkh87 Premium
So, it means it is not necessary that the same post is ranking on page 1 across the globe! Thanks for the explanation, Robert :)
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes.
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Jalby Premium
As always, you have solved my query... I should have just asked you outright or just searched your training blogs.
Cheers
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boomergp08 Premium
I am pleased my training tutorials are able to help you.
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Readyforthis Premium
hello. Do you know why my all in one seo is not automatically filling in my description? The title is there, but no description.
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boomergp08 Premium
When you scroll down below the WordPress editor window within the all in one SEO pack meta tag area, you are not seeing a description?
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Readyforthis Premium
Nope. I see a title, but no description on any of my pages or posts
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boomergp08 Premium
I do not think you are looking in the right area because the All In One SEO Pack area under the WordPress editor always has a Meta Title and Meta Description.

Look at the attached image of the area from one of my posts. The areas within the green areas are the Meta Description.

If you are not seeing this, can you provide a screen shot or describe in better detail what you are seeing?
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Readyforthis Premium
I had to go through and manually added descriptions to all of my other pages once I realized none of my posts had one. Not sure what is going on.

Here is a screen shot. Thanks for helping!
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boomergp08 Premium
You may want to go into your All in One General Settings in the upper left side menu of your WordPress dashboard.

Then scroll down to the area that says Advanced Settings and make sure the first box is checked, as seen in the attached image.

Once checked, scroll the screen all the way down and click the blue Update Options button.
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Readyforthis Premium
It was not checked! Got it updated now...Thanks so much for your help! I really appreciate it!

Thanks again,
Jamie
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Jamie
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Jamie
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37mikew736 Premium
Im a little confused. Im understanding that I need to fill out the section that says title, do a quick description in the description box, but leave the "keyword (comma separated)" box blank? In one of your illustrations the keyword box was blank, in the next it was filled out. Sorry for my not understanding. Great article nonetheless!
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boomergp08 Premium
Technically you do not have to fill any of the meta tags because the All-in-One, AIO, does it for you, as is shown in my images above. I rarely fill them in. What you see in the above images are placed there automatically by the AIO.

When you title your pages and posts at the top of the WordPress editor, the AIO places that in the title meta tag.

The first 155 to 160 character spaces of your content, the AIO places that in your description meta tag.

The AIO puts your post tags into the keyword meta tag because post tags are similar to keywords but only for posts, just like what we place at the end of our WA blogs.

BUT

If you want to create a new title and description meta tag because you do not like what the AIO has placed in them, you can. However you always want to leave the keyword meta tag blank.

Google does not look too kindly of people putting keywords in that tag. There was a time a few years ago when using the keyword meta tag was important, but not anymore.
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37mikew736 Premium
This is good to know, thank you! From now on I will just leave those 3 fields blank. That actually makes it much easier when I don't even have to worry about messing with it. Too many times I'd have an accidental misspelling or some other mistake id discover once it was too late. This is defiantly a learning curve but Im leaning into it!!
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37mikew736 Premium
Do you have any in depth training on the All in One SEO pack settings? On another site I have the keyword box doesn't even show up. I have no idea what settings should be checked, and what need to be unchecked.
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boomergp08 Premium
No I do not have any training on it mainly because there really isn't much more that needs to be known than what Kyle mentions in his training.

It's funny I have heard another member mention that on one of his websites the keyword meta tag doesn't even show up. It shows up on all 12 of my websites.
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Hari S Nair Premium
I have always been confused about tags, a lot of people suggest to avoid them and say that it does not matter from SEO perspective. However, whenever I look into my Google Analytics, I find my posts getting ranked for the tags.

Is it a good idea to use 2-3 keyword tags to every post, Robert? I mean the amount of tag slug links keeps increasing because of this, will that be good for out blogs in the future?
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boomergp08 Premium
I think you are confusing yourself on what kind of tags you are getting ranked for.

The tags you get ranked for are the tags you add in the right side area of your WordPress editor that is just above where you set your Featured Image. This has nothing to do with Meta Tags.
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Hari S Nair Premium
I am not talking about the meta tags, just the one you are pointing here, I use them a lot in my posts and seems like the number of tags I have on my blog keeps increasing.. I'm just a little worried if it is okay to put 2-3 tags to every post.
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boomergp08 Premium
Oh, OK. I always use no more than 3 blog posts tags. As is shown in the image above I have only 3 tags

Make Easy Money Online
Wedding Supplies Services
What is Affiliate Marketing About

Obviously these will not be the same for every post and will be more relevant depending on the post. I am not sure I understand what you mean by your tags keep increasing.

I hope you are not using the same tags for every post. They should mainly be different per post. Most times I will place my target keyword within the tag.
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Hari S Nair Premium
If it has worked well for you till now then I should probably not worry much about this.

Just like categories, we have a tag section on our WordPress, there in my dashboard, I find a plethora of tags now since I have been using them in about every other post. These tags are supposed to be used as sub categories, so I think using the same tag is not an issue.

When someone finds that tag and clicks it on a search engine, he will be brought to a page where all our posts that contain that particular tag will be shown, it is in a way more convenient for navigation.
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes, I feel that you do not have to worry about this. I know for me, I have not experienced any problems with a growing list of tags, as long as I do not use more than 3 per post.
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Hari S Nair Premium
I get it, thanks :)
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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SplitHead Premium
Hey,
Can I change or outright delete my custom Description Meta Tag if my post is already ranking in Google? Would doing this mess up my SEO or hurt my ranking?
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes you can change it. But if you are ranking well with it you could see your rankings drop. If you are currently not ranking high, the change can boost your rankings.
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SplitHead Premium
Thanks for your help.
Happy New Year!
JT
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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nyaaba Premium
Please still on my first question on whether the meta description should be different on every page; must the difference be in the description only or both the title and description?
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boomergp08 Premium
If you are using the All in One SEOpack plugin that was installed when you built your website, you do not need to fill in the title or the description meta tags because the AIO does it for you automatically.

The title meta tag is the same as your page or post title and the description meta tag is the first 155 characters of your content.
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nyaaba Premium
Must this meta description be the same on every page or post?
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boomergp08 Premium
No. Each page and post description should be unique to that particular content.
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nyaaba Premium
Oh ok, thank you.
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RFaulkenham Premium
Thanks Boomer, this has been a big help.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. Glad I could help you.
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solidwalnut Premium
So what you're saying is that since the SEO all in one saves time and populates the Title Meta tag, that we should just disregard and save time and not do it at all.

But I'm measuring this against your post about using a long tail keyword to show up in a search along with your page title keyword. So, you're saying that the Title Meta tag is still important, it's just not something we need to worry about accomplishing because it's essentially already done for us?
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Labman Premium
You can add it yourself if you want control. But Google will take care of it for you if you don't.
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solidwalnut Premium
Yes, that's what my understanding was. Thanks for confirming Labman!
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boomergp08 Premium
It all depends on your approach and what you want to do. If you made your page or post title at the top of the editor window, a keyword, long tail or otherwise, then there is no reason to type it below in the title meta tag because the All in One has already put it there.

BUT

If you used a generic name for your page or post title at the top of the editor window like Get Started, and you would like to get your keyword in the title, then you would manually type the title and keyword below in the title meta tag.
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solidwalnut Premium
Right. Thanks for the great info. I understand what you're saying.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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varleysheen Premium
do you always have your website name on the end of your title, I have noticed on many sites they have there title a - then something snappy does it matter?
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boomergp08 Premium
No, the title hardly ever appears in search results. If my title is 53 characters long like in the example in the training above, only the words "The Best" will be seen in search results. If my title was a full 60 characters long, none of my title would be seen in search results.
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AnnieB Premium
Hi Robert, thank you for the training. I wonder how long it will be before AIO and others like it, remove the keyword meta tag box due to it being irrelevant to the search engines now. Do any search engines still look at it?
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boomergp08 Premium
I often wonder why it is still there, seeing how Google announced a couple of years ago that no major search engines use that meta tag.
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mvalverdec Premium
Thank you again... very good post, I also like the LSI kw training.
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you.
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viyee Premium
Great training and hepful. Every time I do search my post with Google but can't find it. How to find the POST IN GOOGLE PAGE?
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Kyle Premium
Google will naturally index your website. The more quality content you create, the more authority you acquire, the quicker your new pages/posts will get ranked in Google.

For a new site, it can take up to 14 days to initially index and the indexing speeds of each post after that will incrementally speed up. If you share your new posts on social channels (FB, Twitter, G+), this can help speed up the indexing process.
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boomergp08 Premium
As Kyle has said, it takes time before you will see your pages in a Google search. Just because you don't see them does not mean they are not there.

If you just want to check that they have been indexed aand it has been about 2 weeks since you published them, go to google and type in the word site followed by a : and your domain name. Type it like this. site:domain.com
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viyee Premium
Hi Kyle, Thank you very much. Wonderful.
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viyee Premium
Hi Robert, Great and thank you verymuch!
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boomergp08 Premium
Glad I could help.
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SupportWorx Premium
VERY timely for me... Am building two new sites and doing my best to dial everything in in a time efficient manner. Thanks B -Alexx
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boomergp08 Premium
Glad I could help keep things in a timely manner for you.
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rudog Premium
Short, sweet, and to the point. Rudi
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you Rudi.
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SherryV Premium
Thanks for the explanation of the website title name. Those extra words at the end of the post title has been infuriating. Now I can ignore them. A guy at work used to say, have you learned to ignore? Also it is good to know that 2-3 keywords is okay to fill on that right side area. Now, these issues are rock solid and not iffy.
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boomergp08 Premium
Google will from time to time rank a website post based on the blog tags that are used, as long as they are relevant to the content.
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The-Fran Premium
You've illustrated how simple this important step really is. Excellent. :)
--Fran
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boomergp08 Premium
Thanks Fran. Simplicity is always the way to go when possible.
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wrs Premium
Thanks, helps clarify.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. Glad I could help.
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Judy-B Premium
Thank you for taking the time to make this simple. :)
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boomergp08 Premium
It was my pleasure Judy.
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MBrownie Premium
Great tutorial as usual Robert. I have been filling in the AIO information at the end of each article should I go back and erase it or just leave it?
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boomergp08 Premium
Just leave it. Erasing it might do more harm than good.
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MBrownie Premium
Thanks!
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Marcel92 Premium
Excellent training, Robert. Thank you for sharing.
Marcel...
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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Brooklyn2008 Premium
That was really great. I was just having a conversation on Live Chat last night about the placement of Keywords in the first paragraph. I'm happy you creating this training. I now have a better understanding of Meta tags :)
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boomergp08 Premium
Thanks Nicki! I am happy I was able to give you a better understanding of the Meta tag process. :)
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JasonDK Premium
I now have a deeper understanding of keyword optimization in regards to post/pages. Thank you!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. Glad I could help.
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LyndiM Premium
Thanks, sometimes I wonder if I have missed something when I read others talking about something way more complex!
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boomergp08 Premium
Even though there are some things you could change within that area, for most people it is not necessary. If it were Kyle would have mentioned it within the training.
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johnwnewman Premium
Awesome training again Robert! :-)
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boomergp08 Premium
Thanks John!
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Ericabried Premium
Thanks Robert. This confirmed to me that I was right to stick with AIO - easy and simple suits me best.
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boomergp08 Premium
If the AIO wasn't the best SEO plugin, I am sure Kyle & Carson would not pre-install it on all of our websites.
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olivingstone Premium
Loved it Robert. Thanks for sharing. Olive
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Olive. Glad I could help.
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AussieJeff Premium
Thank you.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Jeff
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bjdluna Premium
What if you are submitting your website for the first time so key words in your domain don't matter? I thought they did? very confusing.
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boomergp08 Premium
I never said they don't matter. They DO matter but this training is not about a domain name. This is about Meta Tags and domain names come before what is listed in the title Meta Tag.

Example:
DomainName .com/Meta Title
OR
http://legitimatejobfromhome .com/make-easy-money-online-with-wedding-supplies-services

legitimatejobfromhome .com is my domain name.
/make-easy-money-online-with-wedding-supplies-services is the Meta Title where my keywords are.
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bjdluna Premium
So just to be sure I have this right--there is nothing at all that you have to do in the settings or anywhere for All In One?
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boomergp08 Premium
If by settings you mean what is under the WordPress editor, than no, you do not have to. The AIO does everything for you.
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sahananushka Premium
Thanks for the sharing your knowladge with us. Easy to understand with your examples and images.
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boomergp08 Premium
My pleasure and glad you liked my use of images for better clarity.
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dunbar Premium
Thanks for sharing Robert, i get something out of every training session cheers Helen
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boomergp08 Premium
That's great Helen because that is my goal, to educate people.
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SaulGold Premium
Very nicely done. I thank you and so will many others.
Saul
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Saul!
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HowardJaros Premium
Awesome as usual Robert!!
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boomergp08 Premium
Thanks Howard!
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gmegs Premium
Great Training Robert!
... perfect and simple rules everyone should follow.

It took me awhile before I figured out using the Tags - like you said, they become keywords.

Thank you as always.
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boomergp08 Premium
And I think it was you who I recently saw commenting or blogging about hiow Google ranked one of your posts based on your tags? At least I thiink it was you. :-)

But yes, the tags are becoming or being placed in the keyword Meta Tag now.
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Elijah1916 Premium
Thanks for the training. Most of the training need to be updated in line with current changes in the internet world.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Lanu. I agree that some of the trainings need to be updated because internet algorithms are always changing.
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SuzQ Premium
Always great and easy to understand tutorials. Thank you Robert!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome SuzQ. If the process is simple, I try to project that in my training.
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Martstervt Premium
Thank you, Robert, I have seen some affiliates change to Yoast but I am staying with AIO. This tutorial will help me get a better understanding of what is important and what not to worry about. I wiil file this so I can go over it again as needed.

Marty
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boomergp08 Premium
I used Yoast in the past and Kyle is right, the AIO is quicker (and easier) to use. Many of the "green light" features of Yoast that many people waste their time trying to get for what they believe will give them better SEO, are outdated. That is one of the reasons I do not use Yoast anymore.
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Martstervt Premium
Thank you, Robert, I try to be cautious as to what I get into because I create enough problems for myself. "All in One" seems to be something I can navigate; especially with tutorials such as yours.

Marty
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Marty. I look at it this way too. If the AIO wasn't good and easy to use, Kyle & Carson wouldn't pre-install it on all our websites.
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Martstervt Premium
Point taken. There are many bells and whistles that want to get your attention but I will stay with the tried and true and try to take careful steps. I have misstepped before and learned the hard way. It is best to avoid the hard lessons.

Marty
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boomergp08 Premium
Like it is said, If it isn't broke don't fix it. :-)
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terrberr Premium
Yes Robert, and Marty! Just as you both said...I feel with you strongly.
I thank you both for your humility:)
And I thank you for this good guidance once again, Robert!
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TheAnswerGal Premium
Thank you so much Robert. Up til now this has completely confused me. You've made it super simple to follow. Thanks!

Linda
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Linda. Just like Kyle has said in the past, many things are simple but people tend to think they aren't and over-think the process. Plus there is someone on WA giving false info, so I needed to make things clear.
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AWHTE Premium
Thank you for this info it has answered a lot or questions
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boomergp08 Premium
My pleasure. I am happy I was able to help you get some answers.
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Harrysastar2 Premium
Nice one Robert, clears up a few misconceptions of title and meta tags, thanks for sharing. Bookmarked.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Brian. Glad I could clear up some of those title and meta tag misconceptions.
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Debs3 Premium
Thank you, Robert!
:)
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Deb!
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sandlyn Premium
Thanks Robert. Great training.
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boomergp08 Premium
My pleasure. Glad you liked it.
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Brookline Premium
Many thanks Robert, that clarifies a great deal,.... A most valuable training item. We move on some more. Getting there slowly.
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boomergp08 Premium
Thanks! I just needed to make it clear after receiving a question from another member who was given some incorrect information about Meta Tags.
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terrberr Premium
Perfect, Robert.
Thanks a million for taking time out of your day to steer us right!!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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KarinKnoetze Premium
Thanks Robert! Very well explained.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Karin. Happy you liked it.
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paulgoodwin Premium
Nice one my friend
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