Posts page help

by green877 2 replies
Hello everyone!

I have a question about the "post page" when setting up a blog for SEO.
Well I guess that is the question

Whats the best way to do it?
Leaving it blank w/ the title "blog" doesn't seem very SEO friendly to me.
And..
If I commit that page to a keyword, as I would if it was NOT the post page.. It appears not to be avail from SEO perspective.

Example:
If I devote the page to the keyword "cat box."
Someone finds it thru SEO & they are taken to the most recent post which may be something like "cat medicine." ~Which of course is NOT what they are searching for.

I hope my question is clear as I am finding it a bit difficult to put down in text.

Advice?
#search engine optimization #page #posts
  • Profile picture of the author VegasGreg
    I sometimes just use the word 'blog', but more often than not I add a general keyword in front. Like 'Cat Blog' or 'Travel Blog'.

    Then use the All-In-One-SEO pluging to dynamically generate the keywords from the current posts on the blog page.
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    • Profile picture of the author green877
      Originally Posted by VegasGreg View Post

      I sometimes just use the word 'blog', but more often than not I add a general keyword in front. Like 'Cat Blog' or 'Travel Blog'.

      Then use the All-In-One-SEO pluging to dynamically generate the keywords from the current posts on the blog page.
      Simple enough.
      Thanks vegas
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