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How to add keywords Tags to a blogger post?| rank higher on google search results

How to add keywords Tags to a blogger post?| rank higher on google search results.

- Hello friends! Welcome back to our site. Today we are publishing a helpful information about setting up keywords to your blog to help your blog posts rank higher in google search. We have collected technical people recommendations about this issue and now you are about to learn the help behind this need. You may join Some WhatsApp groups where you will find experts of SEO who will help you with various Tech info on the issue of ranking (SEO).

- Many people(publishers) with website or blogs have been looking for a way to make their blog content rank higher in google search by inserting a keywords in individual blog posts. The FAQs about this issue are like this below; 

  • "how do I add keywords to a blogger post? I just can't seem to get it right", 
  • "Is it possible to add a markup inside post content and control it from the blog html template?"
  • I have been trying to rank up this site www. gistwagon. com anyone with helpful idea?
  • How Do I Add Keywords to Individual Blog Posts?
  • How do I add meta keywords to Blogger?
  • Why would bloggers tag posts with keywords?
  • How do you add keywords to my content?
  • How do you use keywords in a blog?

However from our findings, Below are some of recommendations about this issue, check them out and you may decide which way to follow:

#1.  Just write content naturally, for users

Google does not use the meta keywords tags (hasn't for almost 10 years now) to rank sites in search.

Google uses on-page text content, written in natural language, without multiple keyword repetition. Read what google search central say about this πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡...
 

#2.  To attract more readers and potential clients, your business blog needs to appear in search results when Internet users enter appropriate keywords. BlogSpot blogs offer HTML editing so you can insert a “meta” keyword tag directly into the blog’s code. Adding a keyword tag is one way to help search engines categorize your blog’s content and can be part of your search engine optimization strategy. The keyword tag tells search engine robots the words and phrases that are relevant to your blog, so include search terms that match your business’s products and services. Read below stepsπŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡...

1. Sign in to your Blogger account.

2. Click on your blog’s title and click “Template.”

3. Click “Edit Html" and a pop-up window will appear.

4. Click the “Proceed” button.

5. Locate the “head” tag, which is usually found in the first several lines of HTML code.

6. Insert <meta name="keywords" content="first keyword, second keyword, third keyword" /> under the “head” tag to define your keywords. 

In the “content” attribute, type your keywords between the quotation marks and separate them with commas followed by a single space. Keywords can be single words, or a short phrase of two or three words. Include three to five keywords that are relevant to your blog.

7. Click “Save Template” to apply the changes and click “Close.”


#3. You don't add keywords anymore. 

Google has said many time that they do not use them.
(These are the meta tags Google does use -https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/79812?hl=en)

It is rumored that Bing uses them as a spam signal.

#4. You can put keywords in the label section under Post settings of the Blogger post editor.

πŸ‘‰However the above solution was challenged by SEO experts who may be correct than this. Look down hereπŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡

"You can't use variables in the post editor, but there's a workaround. Add your code in the post footer. Then manually add a div with id somewhere in the body of each post. Move your code with links to this div with javascript (there are many tutorials on the web).

Conclusion: After reading the above information now it is your turn to decide which way will be good for you but remember everything you are doing using the information given above is at your own risk. We are not SEO experts at all. W have just collected information that we thought it could be helpful if you find out what have been said before concerning the issue of blog ranking. 

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