Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ney69613, Jul 9, 2017.
hello please help problem Yoast SEO Here I have the red dot in the article
This is very bad
make your keyword in colour and bold
please can you give me example .... i'm add keyword but not work
" keyword " put keyword like this style
and your article has only 1.2% of keyword
Put your focus keyword in the first paragraph of the article.
Say you keyword is "bad dog"
So your first paragraph would be:
Who has not heard the phrase; a dog is man's best friend? But what happens if you end up with a bad dog? This article has the 25 best puppy discipline tricks, which doesn't include hitting @Neon on the nose with a newspaper.
Now post the rest of your article.
Don't put any H tags before your paragraph or anything like that.
Save or post and yoast should show everything as fine.
Poor neon <<<<< next insult to neon get shit listed .
That recommendination is useless anyway. Put your keyword in an h2 heading somewhere and you're fine.
Op do you understand english?
The yoast plugin is telling you exactly what to do.
Yoast gives great SEO recommendations. Too bad Google doesn't give a fuck about them.
OP: any luck?
Also, use Yoast recommendation and do everything it asks you to do and you will end overoptimised as fuck.
Yoast is a piece of shit, its only good for a general guideline and setting the meta data.
The kw density recommendation is ridiculous and it doesnt account for LSI keywords, keywords in a different order, or even capitalization. Ignore it OP or youll probably get nice panda slap in the future.
just copy the first two words in the first paragraph and paste it into the keyword textbox
After migrating my WordPress site to another hosting, restoring the database and uploading the wp-content folder to the new one; everything works as expected except the Yoast SEO variables on the title tags of each page.
You should open your own thread not hijack someone else's
In your post page, scroll down and you'll see the yoast interface, it tells you exactly what you need to do, follow what yoast suggests and it will go green
OP, see here: https://kb.yoast.com/kb/warning-focus-keyword-not-in-first-paragraph/
Also, Yoast recommendations are just guides but it doesn't mean you really need to follow it.
You need to edit your page to fix this error
As @blogzandstuff said use keywords multiple time and highlight them..
I like to use Yoast and see loads of Orange and Red. This way I know I've not spammed the living fuck out of my page.
Separate names with a comma.