“It is my understanding that auto-blogging means all the content is generated automatically.
How do I put my partiulcar keywords into the title, meta keywords, meta description, etc to help the SEO of my blog?
Would I have to do this manually for each of the posts which are automatically generated?”
No, the articles posted get the title from the articles found on the feed source such as from the article databases. So, if the author is SEO conscious, they include the keyword in the title already. This title is then copied to your blogpost and to your post title tags, etc.
Auto-Creating Good Titles
You may also notice a field titled, ‘Title Template’ inside of the settings page of WP Scraper, WP Feeder and the YouTube plugin, WP Tube. Inside of this field you should see something like…
WP Spinner adds some icons there to each of the spinnable sections including the title section.
So, the Title will be replaced by the title of the article in this case.
Spinning Keywords Into Your Titles
That’s great! But, what if you want to also randomly include keywords in your titles?
No problem. You can easily drop a long tail keyword into both the title of the article (usually an H1 or H2 tag) and the Page Title (in the header section of your page). Simply stuff a list of keywords in this section after the [TITLE] tag.
Note: If you want to keep your blog open to views from human visitors, you probably DO NOT want to do this as it may appear slightly spammy (ish). If its ONLY for the SE’s, then its not an issue.
An example might be something like:
…where kw1-3 are replaced by real keywords.
So, lets say one of your categories was ’spanish ringtones’.
You might make your title something like:
Now, on eZineArticles.com, I see there are over 200 articles for that come up when searching for that term alone. Without looking too deep it appears that might be a niche little niche to build a blog or two around.
Some random titles that might be generated from the above example using the approach described would be something like this below where the yellow is the title pulled from eZineArticles and the light blue is randomly pulled from the WP Spinner keyword list from above.
Or, another example…
It may not be perfect for humans because it looks slightly spammy (though not horrible) but its great for Search Engines and SEO.
Now, since we’ve created a keyword rich post title, Wordpress will also include this title as the header Title so now two very important SEO important areas will contain the long tail keyword.
Its a bit random and untargeted but in the end, it works.Tags: auto-blogging, SEO