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Seo for Wordpress tags using Yoast Plugin

 2:48 am on Apr 9, 2014 (gmt 0)

To understand my question, please type "abraham lincoln" in the search box on left side of my homepage here [danscartoons.com....] Those 3 images which appear, are tagged as you'll see on this page: [cartoonistconsortium.com...] Please advise if I ought to leave that description box empty or if I did fill it in, how to word it? Using descriptive keywording or? Any insights feedback and / or constructive criticism is appreciated....I have about 5,226 of these tags throughout my site. . .the name "Abraham Lincoln" is only one of them!



 3:20 am on Apr 9, 2014 (gmt 0)

The Yoast field for the meta description is (theoretically) what users will see when your page appears in the search results. Craft a description that will make good sense when seen in that context.

The meta description won't affect rankings but a good one can attract more clicks when users see your listing in the search results.

Mention relevant keyword(s) but don't cross the line into keyword stuffing. Your highest value here is to make good sense to searchers and let them know what they'll find if they click through.


 10:47 am on May 7, 2014 (gmt 0)

@buckworks btw how much density you will suggest to get rank higher ..

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