I've written two different posts on developing your site's meta tags, keywords and nkọwa. Keywords will definitely assist in your site's ịchọta, ma nkọwa ga-enyere ndị ọbịa na-achọ nchọta aka aka site na ịnye nkọwa ka mma.
Rather than program these optimizations as I've suggested, there are a couple plugins that can do the job for you.
Na Yoast SEO plugin you can control which pages Google shows in its search results and which pages it doesn't show. Yoast not only helps you to customize the meta descriptions, it also provides you feedback on your keyword usage and a beautiful preview of how your page would look in the Search Engine Results page.
Yoast na-enyekwa nhọrọ nke Adịchaghị Add-On SEO plugins that I'd highly recommend as well.
Ihe niile na otu SEO Pack
John Chow tụrụ aro na Niile na Otu SEO Pack Plugin but I never took a good look at the plugin until last night. Shame on me. The plugin does a fantastic job at utilizing your “Optional Excerpt” in WordPress as your single page's description.
Here's how the search engine result looks (you can click on the image to see the actual post):
That said, the All in One SEO Pack does a great job with the Description Meta Tag, but I don't believe it does as good a job with the Keyword Meta Tag. It simply assigns your selected Categories as keywords for your post, not nearly descriptive enough. You can set additional keywords for the post, but they're not utilized anywhere else.
That's where my next plugin recommendation comes in, Ultimate Tag Warrior. Here's how to ensure you don't write a keyword meta tag using the All in One SEO Pack, disable the option Use Categories for META Keywords:
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