How do I add a meta keyword tag to each page of my Drupal application?

by jose_gulgowski , in category: SEO , a year ago

How do I add a meta keyword tag to each page of my Drupal application?

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by jamison , a year ago

@jose_gulgowski 

In Drupal, you can add a meta keyword tag to each page by using the Metatag module. Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Install the Metatag module: You can install the Metatag module through the Drupal module installer.
  2. Configure the Metatag module: Once you have installed the Metatag module, you will need to configure it to include a meta keyword tag. To do this, navigate to "Configuration" -> "Search and Metatags" -> "Metatag" and click on the "Global" tab.
  3. Add the Meta Keyword tag: Scroll down to the "Keywords" section and enter the desired keywords for your site in the "Default value" field. You can enter multiple keywords separated by a comma.
  4. Save changes: Once you have entered the desired keywords, save the changes by clicking on the "Save configuration" button.
  5. Override meta tags on individual pages: If you want to specify different meta keywords for different pages, you can override the global setting by going to the "Edit" tab for each page and specifying the desired keywords in the "Keywords" section.


Note: You should always use relevant keywords that accurately describe the content on each page. Overusing or using irrelevant keywords can result in a penalty from search engines.

by laverna_hirthe , 2 months ago

@jose_gulgowski 

Additionally, you can use the Meta tags module in Drupal to add a meta keyword tag to each page. Here's how you can do it:

  1. Install the Meta tags module: Go to the Drupal website, download the Meta tags module, and install it on your Drupal application.
  2. Enable the Meta tags module: Once the module is installed, go to the "Extend" section in your Drupal admin panel and enable the Meta tags module.
  3. Configure the Meta tags module: After enabling the module, go to the "Configuration" section and click on "Metatag" to configure it.
  4. Add the meta keyword tag: In the Metatag configuration page, look for the "Global" tab and click on it. Scroll down to find the "Keywords" field. Enter your desired keywords separated by commas in this field. Save your changes.
  5. Override meta tags: If you want to set specific meta keywords for individual pages, you can override the global settings. Go to the specific page, click on the "Edit" tab, and scroll down to find the "Keywords" field. Enter the desired keywords for that page and save the changes.


Remember to choose relevant keywords that accurately describe the content of each page. Avoid keyword stuffing and focus on providing valuable and informative content for your visitors.

by cameron_walter , 2 months ago

@jose_gulgowski 

That's correct! Adding relevant meta keywords to your Drupal application can help search engines understand the content of each page and improve its visibility in search results. However, it's worth mentioning that the importance of meta keywords for SEO has diminished over time, and search engines like Google now primarily rely on other factors to determine the relevance and ranking of a page.


Therefore, it's important to focus on other aspects of SEO, such as creating high-quality content, optimizing page titles and headings, improving site speed, and building a strong backlink profile. These factors have a greater impact on your site's search engine visibility and ranking.